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PlayStation 5 Fanboys Can’t Handle Positive Xbox Series X Announcements

A recent Xbox Series X announcement has one fanboy crying Sony. No matter the news, there will always be fanboys to ruin the vibe. Why can’t Xbox fans just have this one? While we’re all dying to hear more about the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, any new information also brings fanboys out of…

It’s PlayStation 5’s Time to Pounce After Embarrassing Xbox Misfire

The near-flawless Xbox Series X marketing campaign took a hit this week as Microsoft squandered the trust of gamers. Microsoft’s next-gen Inside Xbox was nothing short of disastrous, amassing widespread criticism from disappointed fans. The misfire gives Sony an unexpected opportunity to pounce and secure the upper hand in the next-gen tussle between the PlayStation…

More Proof the PlayStation 5 Will Get a Brand New VR Headset

All signs point to the PlayStation 5 having virtual reality support. PSVR is a top-selling headset. Sony has every reason to improve upon it. Virtual reality will deliver the PS5 a victory against the Xbox Series X. Thanks primarily to Half-Life: Alyx, virtual reality (VR) is going through a bit of a revolution. While Valve’s…

Think PlayStation Downloads Are Insanely Slow? You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

Coronavirus lockdowns have led to a surge in internet activity. To manage the increased demand, Sony is throttling PlayStation downloads. Users may experience slower or delayed downloads, but gameplay won’t be affected. Is there a chunky patch you’ve been meaning to download? Or maybe you’ve just picked up Doom Eternal and are eager to get…

This PlayStation 5 Feature Could Change Game Development Forever

Sony is sticking to a developer-friendly approach with the PlayStation 5. The innovative SSD is set to revolutionize how games are developed. Among the benefits to developers is the potential to reduce crunch. In keeping with a core philosophy established during the development on the PlayStation 4, the PlayStation 5 is very much a console…

PlayStation 5 Reveal News Is Already Stealing Xbox’s Series X Thunder

PlayStation 5 lead architect Mark Cerny is hosting a deep dive event tomorrow. Industry insiders and developers are already lauding the PS5 ahead of Sony’s reveal. It’s unclear what will be covered after Sony explained that the event would incorporate a planned GDC technical talk. Today’s announcement that Sony will stage a deep dive into…

The PlayStation 5 Controller Could Invade Our Privacy in Alarming New Ways

A Sony patent hints at a potentially invasive feature to pair with its controller, the DualShock 5. It seems harmless at first, but the more you read, the more invasive it seems. Could Sony be putting our privacy be at risk? Remember the AI director in Valve’s Left 4 Dead? The artificial intelligence would alter…

This PlayStation Microtransactions Patent Sees Sony Going Full Evil

Sony filed a patent for an “in-game resource surfacing platform.” The system will offer player-specific in-game solutions ranging from tips and strategies to microtransactions. If a practical application of the patent sees the light of day, microtransactions could become an even more prevalent part of the gaming experience. Sony has filed a patent with the…

Sony Stirs the PlayStation 5 Rumor Mill With New PS5 Website

Sony launched the PlayStation 5 website. It features little information other than the promise of upcoming PS5 news. Unfortunately, it sheds no new light on rumors of an imminent reveal event. The official website for Sony’s upcoming next-generation PlayStation 5 (PS5) console went live earlier today. No formal announcement or word from Sony. It sprung…

PlayStation Plus’ January Free Games Pale in Comparison to Xbox’s Great Deal

Xbox and PlayStation announced their ‘free’ game collections for January 2020. Xbox is offering four games over the month, including Styx: Shards of Darkness and Tekken 7. Sony is offering Uncharted the Nathan Drake Collection and Goat Simulator, a package that doesn’t seem to measure up to Microsoft’s offerings. Free game collections are super common…