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  1. Gaming

    PSA: Buy Call of Duty: Ghosts on PS3, Get it for $10 on PS4

    Remember how Sony CEO Andy House said yesterday that purchasing select PS3 games will allow you to buy them again on PS4 for a significantly discounted price? Well, we've just learned the specifics on that deal for one such game-- Call of Duty Ghosts. If you buy it at retail price on PS3, you'll be able to get it on PS4 for a mere $10.

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  2. Gaming

    Presenting the PS4 Presser Proceedings

    Today Sony used its Gamescom spotlight to give us a closer look at the PS4. Everything was very exciting, with new games, ports, price drops, and a release date for the PS4. Everything, that is, except the camera. Don't think we didn't see you zooming out half the time, cameraman.

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  3. Gaming

    Grand Theft Auto Online Just Announced, Will Be Playable October 1st

    Today Rockstar revealed the first gameplay video of one of their new titles: Grand Theft Auto Online, a long-awaited MMO set in the GTA universe. Specifically it'll be in Los Santos, the location of Grand Theft Auto V. It looks just like the regular GTA games, only now you can play online.

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  4. Gaming

    What We Learned From The Call of Duty: Ghosts Live Stream

    So, this afternoon Activision held their Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer reveal event and live streamed it for the world to see. On top of the vast customization options, seven new multiplayer modes were announced. And Eminem revealed a new single, Survivor, off his upcoming album with the trailer! Needless to say, people are excited.

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  5. Gaming

    The Batman: Arkham Origins Special Edition is Enormous

    If you've got money to blow and want even more Batman paraphernalia for your collection, you can purchase the Batman: Arkham Origins collector's edition for $119.99. While it's double the price of the actual game, the amount of stuff you get is just bonkers. Robin isn't in the game, but I'm sure if he was he'd say "Holy swag, Batman!"

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  6. Gaming

    Watch Call of Duty: Ghosts Multiplayer Live Stream Event

    Grab your dog and gather round the ol' computer-- today we finally get to see what the highly anticipated multiplayer for Call of Duty: Ghosts will be like. The latest in the megaton series is coming this fall, and you can get your first look at how you'll be playing it with your friends at right here.

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  7. Gaming

    Surprise! First Bioshock Infinite DLC Launched Today, Second One Set in Rapture on the Way

    The first DLC for Bioshock Infinite is now available! Clash in the Clouds isn't a continuation of the story as much as a glorified battle arena, but that's fine. The next DLC for the game, Burial at Sea, will have Booker and Elizabeth travel to the setting of the first two BioShock games, Rapture.

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  8. Gaming

    Walking Dead: 400 Days Launch Trailer Brings the Zombies [Video]

    Let's face it -- we don't generally expect video game adaptations to live up to the works that inspired them. It's just not the way the world works, generally. So it was a happy surprise last year when Telltale Games released a take on the Walking Dead series that stands right up alongside the comics and AMC series that inspired it. Since then, players have been waiting with bated breath for the promised second season of the episodic title. To tide us over until then, Telltale and Skybound Entertainment have released new DLC that will bridge the gap between Seasons 1 and 2: 400 Days. And since you're getting new DLC, you're getting a trailer for it, because what's new content without a preview?

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  9. Gaming

    12 Video Games You Should Play If You Like The Last of Us

    I'm now a few hours in to The Last of Us, and am enjoying it immensely. Yes, it has been the subject of some controversy recently, but that shouldn't undercut how great it is. I feel it places an interesting spin on the post-apocalyptic zombie genre, and it injects a level of humanity that few games today really show off. When you finish the game, you'll probably be longing for another special experience. As such, we've compiled a list of 12 games that we think you'll enjoy if you're a fan of The Last of Us.

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  10. Gaming

    Put on Your Horse Mask: Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Trailer Isn’t Messing Around [Video]

    Hotline Miami was the little game that could of last year. Despite being a low-budget, $10 indie game, it managed to steal the hearts of a good number of those that played it, and it ended up on many Game of the Year lists -- including my own. It didn't hurt that it was inspired by the movie Drive, either. Now, Dennaton Games returns with a second and final installment -- Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number.

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  11. Tech

    Ouch: Sony’s Bond Rating Now One Step Above Junk Bonds

    How the mighty have fallen. Credit rating agency Moody's has dropped their rating on long-term bonds issued by Sony to it's lowest investment grade, marking them just one notch above junk bonds. For the couple of you that might not be investment bankers out there, this means that the agency believes there is a very, very good chance that the Japanese tech giant is in real trouble and may not be able to pay off its long-term debt.

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  12. Gaming

    The Game Genie Is Back And It’s Coming To PS3

    Those of us who grew up with cartridge-based consoles remember that those could be really freaking hard. As such, sometimes cheating was practically necessary. Back then, old-fashioned cheat codes were still a thing, but the good stuff -- the real awesome cheats -- always involved awkwardly strapping a piece of third party hardware to your game, thereby doubling the amount of dusty connections that might fail, and crossing your fingers that this time it would actually work. If you miss that, I've got good news: Game Genie is coming back, and it's going to come to the PS3.

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  13. Gaming

    Sony Unveils God of War: Ascension for PS3, Will be a Prequel

    If you were hoping and praying to all the gods that you couldn't pray to (because Kratos savagely killed all of them) for a new God of War game featuring Kratos on the PlayStation 3, those dead gods must've somehow listened. Sony has unveiled God of War: Ascension, what will be a prequel to the entire God of War series, back before Kratos became the titular god of war and went on his rage-fueled quest that spanned three console installments, two PSP adventures, a surprisingly decent cellphone adventure back before smartphones were prominent, and a very sufficient amount of dismantling the entire Greek mythos via his temperament issues. Check out the teaser for the game below.

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  14. Gaming

    Amazon Prime Movie Streaming Comes To PS3

    Amazon Prime's "Amazon Instant Video" pack-in is now getting a little cooler and a little more of a threat to services like Netflix. Amazon Instant Video is now available on the PS3, and by extension, your TV. If you've got Prime and you want to get things going, all you have to do is hop on to your PS3, download the app and let her rip. With console support, Amazon Instant Video seems like more of a direct competitor to Netflix, and by going with PS3 instead of Xbox, they've saved viewers the cost of an Xbox Live subscription.

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  15. Gaming

    Journey is One of the Best Games You’ll Ever Play [Review]

    Every now and then, you hear the old "can video games be art" discussion pop up, and as times goes on, the answer becomes more of a resounding "yes, stop asking," than something more nebulous. From the very first moment Thatgamecompany's downloadable PlayStation Network adventure Journey was shown off years ago, the video game world knew it would be one of those "art" games. It finally released to the masses on March 13, and not only is the game one of the best examples of video games as art, but it's one of the industry's finest instances of gaming.

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