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Sony PlayStation Now Subscription Program: All The PS Now Details

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4w ago - Sony Director of Marketing Peter Jamshidi revealed all the details of their new PlayStation Now subscription program today as outlined below!

To quote: You've been able to rent games through [Register or Login to view links] for several months now, but many of you have asked - what about a subscription?

I'm pleased to announce that starting January 13th, we'll launch a subscription service for PlayStation Now that will provide instant and unlimited access to a catalog of more than 100 PS3 games. And since you're using PlayStation Now, you can enjoy the freedom to quickly discover and play a wide range of full games without downloads, installs, or patches (not to mention trips to the store).

The subscription service will be available first on PS4 across North America, and will come to other PlayStation Now enabled devices in the future.

You'll be able to choose from two subscription plans: one month for $19.99, or a three-month package for $44.99 (about $15 per month). The subscription provides access to a large and diverse catalog of PS3 games, ranging from action to RPG and everything in-between. Check out our launch trailer for a sneak peek.

We know that there are many PS4 owners who never owned a PS3 or had a chance...
 

Video: Tripwire Interactive Bringing Killing Floor 2 to PlayStation 4

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8w ago - Tripwire Interactive Vice President Alan Wilson announced today that the time is right for bringing Killing Floor 2 to PS4!

To quote: Hi everyone. Alan Wilson here. I'm the Vice President at Tripwire Interactive.

What I enjoy doing for the company is writing, game design and research, but I also get to do all the crap no-one else wants to do. Except right now, when I get to talk about a huge step for us - Killing Floor 2 on PS4.





Tripwire Interactive was formed about 10 years ago and we released the original Killing Floor on PC in 2009. Since then, we've released a ton of additional content for free, added in some fun DLC, sold nearly 3 million units of the game and about 10 million units of DLC.

In case you're not familiar with Killing Floor, the game is a fun, dark, sometimes humorous take on a first person survival horror. Its really perfect for a console outing. So, we've been asked why we never did console before.

We've actually talked to a number of console teams over the last few years. But there always seemed to be reasons not to do it. One of the biggest for us was our independence. There always used to be a push to have us publish through some big publisher.

And...
 

Video: Akiba's Trip: Undead and Undressed Out Tomorrow on PS4

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10w ago - XSEED Localization Specialist Tom Lipschultz shared a video today announcing that Akiba's Trip: Undead and Undressed is officially out tomorrow on PS4 with details below.

To quote: In the beginning, there was Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed on PS3 and Vita. And it was ridiculous (But in a good way!).

Now... there will be Akiba's Trip on PS4. And it will be even more ridiculous. In an even better way.

Starting tomorrow, you'll be able to find Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed in stores and on PlayStation Store in North America - just in time for Thanksgiving! The PS4 iteration of the game is less "old hat" and more "all that," with lots of console exclusive features that might just make your holiday season a little crazier in that distinctive way only the best and weirdest Japanese anime and games can.





If you don't know what Akiba's Trip is, it's the story of a customizable dude named Nanashi (which means "no-name" in Japanese). He lives, works, and goes to school in Akihabara, the infamous "geek district" of Japan (which has been recreated as true-to-life as possible in the game).

The district is renowned worldwide for its many shops and restaurants centered around anime, manga, video...
 

One Way Trip on PS4, PS Vita: A Hallucinatory Journey Into Death

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34w ago - Project Lead Michael Frauenhofer announced that One Way Trip is coming to PS4 and PS Vita platforms featuring a hallucinatory journey into death.

To quote: Now that we're a year or so into development of One Way Trip, we have a pretty good idea of what we'd need from a platform to make the best possible "dream" version of our game - versatile/flexible controls, neat connectivity features, hardware powerful enough to push all the giant, detailed art assets we can dream of...

It's for these reasons and more that we're excited to announce that One Way Trip will be coming to PS4 and PS Vita exclusively when it makes its debut next year. Their power frees us to go bigger whenever possible, and lets us focus on making the game itself as exciting as we can.

In One Way Trip, you and your brother Barry discover that you've been poisoned in a mass attack on the water supply that has left a large portion of the nation with only six hours left to live, during which time they will be constantly hallucinating.

To put it another way, it's an atmospheric exploration of what it would be like to find out you and most everyone you love is about to die, and then have to process that while your limbs turn into cartoon dolphins.



 

PSN Price Drop Alert Notification Script Created in Python for PS4

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35w ago - Recently PlayStation 4 developer snipem made available a PSN price drop alert notification script created in Python which allows users to track down PlayStation Network price drops much easier with details below!

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To quote: We have a nice little lifehack for PlayStation 4 owners to use. Basically, you can set up an alert to get an email every time PSN drops its prices. A little warning though, you will need to know Python.

PSN, which is really now SEN or Sony Entertainment network, uses CIDs to identify items in its catalogue. What this is is a Python script that will read those CIDs when prices have changed and alert you.

PlayStation Price Drop Alert

Command line tool for alerting price drops in the Sony Entertainment Network aka Playstation Network

Description

The Sony Entertainment Network (SEN) uses CIDs to identify items in it's catalogue. In order to alert you on the desired price of an SEN you need the CID. Use your Browser (cid GET parameter in URL) or this script (--search) to retrieve the CID.
 
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