1. Gaming

    All the Animated PlayStation 4 Facts You Can Handle from Vsauce’s Fact Surgery [Video]

    How many PS2 memory cards would it take to equal the amount of hard drive space on board the PS4? Sure, it had the fastest selling console launch of all time, but how much money did Sony make off of it on a per-second basis? Vsauce is here with the answers to these questions and more presented by a stop-motion animated PS4.

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  2. Gaming

    Watch Jimmy Fallon and Ice-T Play With The PS4 Because Why Wouldn’t You Want To Watch That? [Video]

    If you're like us, you've always had a burning desire to watch Ice-T kick a virtual reality robot in the face, but you never quite knew you needed to see it until just this second. Well, worry no longer, friends! He and Jimmy Fallon both got a chance to check out the playroom demo last night, which comes with a  bunch of adorable ARG bots to punt.

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  3. Gaming

    You Can Use Your Real Name on the PlayStation 4 at Launch, While Xbox One Owners Wait

    If you want to use your real name when playing online instead of a silly gamertag, you'll be getting your chance with the next generation of consoles. While Microsoft promises the feature eventually, Sony has confirmed that it will be available as an option with the launch of the PlayStation 4 on November 15th.

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  4. Gaming

    PlayStation 4 Demo Stations Coming to US Retailers Today

    PlayStation fans can now get their hands on the new PlayStation 4 about a month ahead of its November 15 debut. Starting today, demo kiosks will be installed in retailers around the US.

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  5. Gaming

    Your PS4 is Probably Being Built by College Interns at Foxconn

    Foxconn has enlisted the help of engineering students at the Xi'an Institute of Technology in China to keep up with PS4 production demand. In this instance, enlisted means they're basically being blackmailed with their college degrees. It's OK, greatness awaits!

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  6. Gaming

    PS4 Could Be Getting its Own Oculus Rift-Style 3D Headset

    Sony could be about to launch its latest shot across Microsoft's bow with an Oculus Rift-style 3D headset for the Playstation 4. Then you could feel like you're inside your favorite games! And if you're anything like me you can feel like you're inside those games with a migraine because 3D makes my brain hurt.

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  7. 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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  8. Gaming

    Missed Out on Xbox One and PS4 Preorders? Walmart’s Giving You a Second Chance

    Those Xbox One and PS4 preorders went by pretty fast, huh? If you overslept the day that retailers put them out, then good news: Walmart's going to have a new stock of preorders available August 24, which is this Saturday. So maybe South Park was wrong and Walmart's not that evil after all.

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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. Gaming

    Deep Down is an Actual Thing, Will be Playable at TGS

    Remember that all-gameplay video Capcom showed off at the PS4 reveal earlier this year? The one that kind of looked like Dragon's Dogma, but super beautiful? Well, it turns out that wasn't just a tech demo: it's a real game that's actually happening.

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  13. Gaming

    Conan O’Brien Versus E3 [Video]

    Most videos of E3 focus on the usual types of attendees-- games journalists, developers, PR managers, and booth babes. This year, talk show host and clueless gamer Conan O'Brien crashed the party. He tried out some of the big games on display and spoke to a number of familiar faces, including Microsoft's Major Nelson and the voice of Mario himself, Charles Martinet. It's especially funny to see an outsider's perspective on an event that we scrutinize annually.

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  14. Gaming

    Three Hundred And Ninety-Nine U.S. Dollars: PS4 Will Retail for $100 Less Than Xbox One

    Let's face it, folks -- I think we were all a little put off by Sony's "unreveal" of the PS4 earlier this year, and no one was particularly impressed when the company tried to steal the Xbox One's thunder with a blurry video of pieces of their own hardware. Credit where credit's due, though -- yesterday at E3, Sony made their time on the big stage count, revealing (for realsies!) the PS4 with a bevy of attractive details, from simple sharing and reselling of your games to a price point of $399 -- $100 lower than Microsoft's new console.

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  15. Gaming

    Sony Releases Pointless Blurry Preview of PS4, So Let’s Pretend To Be Pumped About It!

    Tomorrow is Microsoft's big Xbox event, so to try and steal their thunder Sony released a sneak peek of the PS4 hardware. It's a blurry wide shot of the box cut, with quick flashes of close ups. If they showed the box itself we'd be excited. Instead we're just disappointed -- again. Sony, if you want to steal someone's thunder by showing your junk -- you need to show your junk. Let's break down this failure frame by frame.

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