Gaming nostalgia is in full force with more platforms dedicated to reviving classic games. Get in on the retro action on the cheap, with this handheld that comes packed with 400 8-bit games, ready to keep your fingers tapping for hours. It’s 53% off in The Awesomer Shop.
Lazy Game Room was disappointed with the PlayStation Classic, so he made his own take based on a Raspberry Pi. He made this easy to follow guide for those who want to take the DIY plunge. You’ll have to search for certain files on your own, but it shouldn’t be that difficult.
Paul George’s PG 2 Nike shoe debuted with a PlayStation 4 colorway. Nike is back with another signature shoe for the Oklahoma City Thunder star, and with it another PlayStation colorway. This time the sneaker pays homage to the original 1994 gaming console. Drops 12/1/18.
Astro’s high-end controller for the PS4 adapts to your way of gaming. It features a couple of swappable sticks and d-pads, and you can switch the positions of the left stick and the d-pad as well. It also has two programmable buttons and can work wired or wireless.
Sony jumps on the retro console bandwagon with the PlayStation Classic. It looks just like the original PlayStation but is 45% smaller, has an HDMI output and is pre-loaded with 20 games, including Final Fantasy VII and Tekken 3. We hope Tony Hawk Pro Skater is in there too.
(PG-13: Language) “Okay listen you’re gonna control me man. ‘Cause I’m tired okay?” If you love Rick and Morty‘s humor, keep an eye on this VR game by Justin Roiland. You play yourself and a dude named Trover as you try to rescue your dogs and save the universe.
Sony celebrates 500 million PlayStation consoles since 1994 with this sweet translucent blue and gold PS4 Pro. It packs a 2TB HDD, 4K and HDR support, comes with a matching controller, a standard PS Camera, and a vertical stand. Just 50,000 will be available on 8/24/18.
PS4 owners, if you missed out on some of your console’s best games, watch out for PlayStation Hits. Starting 6/28/18, these classics will be at retailers and at the PlayStation Store for just $20 each. The launch titles include Uncharted 4, Bloodborne and The Last of Us Remastered.
This E3 teaser for Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland’s new game tells us very little about the sci-fi comedy adventure game, but it does feature “Bathtub Guy,” and that’s enough for us. Roiland’s interview reveals a bit more about the game, though. Coming to PS4 and PS VR.
(PG-13: Language, Gore) Our latest comprehensive look at The Last of Us Part II shows both Ellie’s tender and brutal aspects. The stunning gameplay and graphics feature tons of contextual actions that the series and Naughty Dog itself has become known for.
SCUF’s Vantage is a customizable controller for the PS4. Available in wired and Bluetooth variants, the controller has side buttons and four detachable paddles that you can remap. It also has adjustable thumbsticks, removable vibration motors and two kinds of d-pads.
The PlayStation 4-exclusive enhanced collection of WipEout games now supports the PSVR virtual reality headset. Not only does it make the game more immersive and runs smoothly, it’s also the most natural way to play, letting you look around and ahead of corners.
The perfect addition to any gameroom (assuming you’re a Sony fan) – this 12″ wide LED accent light features the triangle, circle, X, and square button icons which set PlayStation controllers apart. The lights can glow steady or blink in a seemingly random sequence.
A deeper look at the story behind the new PS4 game, as Kratos heads off on a quest through the Norse wilderness with his son Atreus, who’s about to learn his true place in the universe. The game drops on 4/20/2018, so you can smoke ’em up before you beat ’em up.