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Sony Reveals Mass Effect 2, Mirror's Edge, More Coming to PS Now

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2w ago - Sony PS Now Director of Marketing Peter Jamshidi revealed today that Mass Effect 2, Mirror's Edge and more are coming to PlayStation Now.

To quote: I'm pleased to announce a partnership with EA to bring their games to PlayStation Now, including some of their biggest hits like [Register or Login to view links], Mirror's Edge, and [Register or Login to view links].

Starting December 2nd, you'll be able to stream the following games from EA through PS Now. Each of these games can be rented for a week for about $1 / day, though you'll be able to select from a variety of options depending on how long you'd like to rent the game.

• Mirror's Edge
• Mass Effect 2
• Dead Space 3
• NBA Jam On Fire Edition
• Bejeweled 3

If you've missed out on playing these great games, or just want to revisit favorites, PS Now gives you an easy way to access them. With our streaming technology you can quickly jump into the game right after you rent it - no need to wait for downloads, installs, or patches. And with automatic cloud game saves, you can start playing...
 

Sony Reveals Bloodborne Update: Now Launching March 24th, 2015

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2w ago - Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Studio Producer Masaaki Yamagiwa revealed today that Bloodborne for PS4 is now launching on March 24th, 2015.

Below are the details, to quote: Dear community,

It is with regret that I must inform you that Bloodborne will be slightly delayed.

While development continues unabated, we would like our team to deliver the best possible final experience. We were gratified by the feedback and data we received from those who participated in our limited Alpha test.

The extra production time will also allow us to better integrate these learnings.

Bloodborne is now set to launch in North America exclusively on PS4 on March 24th, 2015.

Please look forward to some exciting Bloodborne news in early December. Thank you very much for your continued support.
 

Sony PlayStation Store and PSN Updates for November 11,2014

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2w ago - Sony PlayStation Store Senior Director Grace Chen is here with this weeks US PlayStation Store and PSN updates below, as follows:

PlayStation Store Update

PS4 Games

Assassin's Creed Unity ($59.99)
AC: Unity Gold Edition ($89.99)

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
($59.99)

Nano Assault Neo-X
($9.99)

Retro City Rampage DX
($9.99, 3-Way Cross Buy)

Terraria Bundle
($19.99, Includes PS4 & Vita versions)

PES 2015 - Pro Evolution Soccer 2015
($59.99)

PS3 Games

Assassin's Creed Rogue
($59.99)

Digimon All-Star Rumble
($39.99)

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
($49.99)

Retro City Rampage DX
($9.99, 3-Way Cross Buy)

Toybox Turbos
($14.99)

PES 2015 - Pro Evolution Soccer 2015
($39.99)

PS Vita Games

Tales of Hearts R Digital Limited Edition
($39.99)

Get Off My Lawn!
(Free)

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
($29.99)

Retro City Rampage DX
($9.99, 3-Way Cross Buy)

Ring Run Circus
($9.99)

Senran Kagura: Bon Appetit
($14.99)

Demos
 

Sony Invites Fans to Enter the Impossible World of Relativity on PS4

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2w ago - Developer and Designer Willy Chyr invites fans to enter the impossible world of Relativity on PS4 today with details below.

To quote: Hello! My name is Willy Chyr - I'm an artist and indie game developer based in Chicago. I'm happy to announce that my game Relativity will be coming to PS4 in 2015, and you will get to try it at PlayStation Experience next month in Las Vegas!

Relativity is a game that re-imagines the laws of the universe. What if the normal rules of gravity no longer applied? The basic mechanic of the game is the ability to change gravity, allowing you to re-orient yourself to walk on walls and ceilings. In this world, up is down and down is up. It's all relative.

Let's take a look at what an early puzzle in the game is like. In the gif below, we need to get the purple block to stay on the purple square in order to unlock a door, but the block keeps sliding down. The solution: we lock the blue block in place while in the blue gravity, and then use it as a shelf to hold up the purple block.

What you just saw is the basic gameplay mechanic. But Relativity is more than just about stacking cubes - there is an entire world full of wonder and impossible...
 

Ex-Sony Engineer Kazuya Sakakihara Left His Name Inside Every PS4

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2w ago - Today Kotaku reports that Ex-Sony Engineer Kazuya Sakakihara left his name inside every PlayStation 4 console, and requires no PS4 decryption to see it because it's written as a text string.

Below are the details, to quote: "Kazuya Sakakihara spent ten years working at Sony as a senior software engineer, helping bring both the PS3 and PS4 to the world. He's no longer at the company (parting ways in early 2013), but before he left he made sure his name quite literally lives on inside the code of pretty much every PlayStation 4.

As you can see here, in this snippet sent in by [Register or Login to view links], Sakakihara has left his name inside the PS4's HDD code. Now, coders leaving "calling cards" is nothing new, it happens all the time, but it's usually left in the "[Register or Login to view links]", the parts where humans leave human messages for other humans. And even then, it's often in the form of initials. Sakakihara's full name is lying there in the actual code, and doesn't require any kind of decryption to see it.

Sure beats scrawling it on the bathroom wall on his last day at the office.

Interestingly, his name also has a typo. I wonder if that was just that, a typo, or whether it was a concession...
 
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