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Console modder Ed Zarick managed to cram in the guts of both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 in one unit, along with a 22″ LCD. It uses just one power plug, though you can’t have both consoles on at once. More on Technabob.
Insert Coin Clothing has officially licensed 20th anniversary PlayStation unisex apparel. Both the varsity jacket and the basketball jersey bear the console’s color, the four-color logo and the number 20.
PlayStation Now is a subscription service that lets you play PlayStation games on the PS4, PS3, PS Vita, PS TV and soon Sony TVs via online streaming. Choose from over 100 PS3 games, with more coming soon. $20/mo or $45/3mo.
The PlayStation 4 20th Anniversary Edition bears the dull gray color and the four-color logo of the original PlayStation and is etched with the PS button icons. The edition is limited to only 12,300 units. Available 12/6/14 in US & Canada.
TakaraTomy’s consoles in disguise. Optimus Prime transforms into the original PlayStation, complete with a controller and a memory card, while Megatron turns into a Mega Drive with a controller and a Sonic cartridge.
(NSFW: Language) A PlayStation Network exclusive, Powers is based on the Marvel comic book series of the same name. It follows two detectives tasked to take on cases involving people with supernatural powers.
Rime is an exploration and puzzle game puts you in the shoes of a boy who wakes up on a deserted island. The boy soon finds an artifact that will help him manipulate time and space, and uncover the island’s “terrible secret.”
A survival-adventure game exclusive to the PlayStation 4. From the new studio of the creator of Rayman and Beyond Good & Evil, WiLD has an ancient land the size of Europe, which you can explore as a human or as another type of animal.
The latest game from Housemarque, the guys behind Dead Nation: Apocalypse and Resogun, pits you and up to three co-op teammates against hordes of aliens in an explosive world with destructible environments. Coming to PS4.
PlayStation TV lets you play PS Vita, PSP and other PSN titles on your HDTV. It also streams games from your PS4 and from the upcoming PlayStation Now service. Plus, it provides access to Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and other media apps.
For those of you holding out for a PlayStation 4 in a color other than black, Sony has fulfilled your wishes with this special edition, to be sold in a bundle with Destiny this September 9th. Matching white headphones on the way too.
A 3D virtual reality headset accessory for the PlayStation 4. It has a 5″ 1080p LCD display and uses onboard sensors along with the PlayStation Camera to track head movement and position. It also has 3D positional sound.
PlayStation Now will let you stream PS3 games from a PS4, PS3, PS Vita and soon Bravia TVs and even mobile devices. Customers will be able to rent games or subscribe to access a library of games. Coming Summer 2014.
A dad pulls up to the traffic light in his Honda with his kid riding shotgun when he’s joined by an army of supercars, living out a daydream many of us have had rattle around out minds. An awesome spot for the PS3 racer Gran Turismo 6.
Sony takes us on time warp back to 1995 with every PlayStation console from the very first release through this year’s anxiously-awaited PS4, perfectly nailing the decor, clothing, hairstyles and music of each generation.
Without fanfare, Sony has launched its counter to Microsoft’s budget Xbox 360 console. This PS3 model is exactly the same as the slim and power-sipping variant that was released in 2012 except it only has 12GB of flash-based storage.
If you haven’t already seen this trailer for the upcoming Sony PlayStation 4, it’s well worth a watch, as players and game characters come together to lure us towards the shiny, candylike future of next-gen gaming. (Sponsored by Sony)
A look at some of the secondary features of the PlayStation 4, including the much-hyped video sharing, messaging, the PlayStation Store mobile app and staggered game downloads. It may also make you squint excessively.
At E3 2013, we saw some epicblockbustergames and twonew consoles. But our favorite game playable on the show floor was this goofy indie, starring a gangly octopus who struggles to perform even the most basic of tasks.
Sony’s new PlayStation could give the Xbox One a run for its money, with awesome next-gen graphics, a touchpad controller, sharing and social features, and no limitations on selling or buying used games. Plus, it’s $100 less. Pow!
The guys at TechRadar envision a world in which Microsoft and Sony put aside their differences to collaborate on the ultimate gaming console. One which not only plays next-gen games, but games from past-gen systems.