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Lost Soul Aside on PS4 Pro Looks Gorgeous and Super-Fast in New Direct Feed Gameplay

UltiZero Games shows a direct feed recording of the PlayStation Experience demo of Lost Soul Aside, running on PS4 Pro. [Source: ]

Battlefield 2018 isn’t Bad Company 3, And It’s Confirmed

“There are two games. I’m aware that DICE Sweden is WW2. That’s what my next video is about. The one I leaked is DICE LA”, said AlmightyDaq. [Source: ]

November NPD 2017: Call of Duty: WWII leads $2.7 billion month as sales are up 30% year-over-year

Venture Beat: “The video game industry was booming last month as holiday spending kicked in. Spending was up across the board, totaling $2.68 billion and up 30 percent over November 2016, according to the industry-tracking firm The NPD Group. Publisher Activision’s and developer Sledgehammer Games’s Call of Duty: WWII was the biggest winner last month, becoming the best-selling g...

The Ataribox is Coming and Nobody Cares

Alex S. from Link-Cable writes: “Let me get this out-of-the-way first, I have a hard time believing the Ataribox is a real thing. Announced in a vague and bare bones press release back in June the company promised more details in the future in anticipation of the systems release in the spring of 2018. Well preorders officially open tomorrow (on Indiegogo of all places) and we know virtually ...

PUBG Xbox Performance Appears to Improve by Turning off Game DVR/Capture on both XB1X & XB1

It appears that the PUBG Xbox performance can be improved on both XB1X and XO by turning off the consoles Game DVR capturing feature. [Source: ]

November 2017 NPD: Xbox One brings in more spending, but Sony sells more PlayStation 4s

U.S. consumers wanted new video game hardware in November, and they spent a ton of money getting the latest Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo devices. This led to a strong month for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. In fact, November doesn’t have a clear winner in terms of hardware sales. Gamers bought more PS4s than Xbox Ones or Nintendo Switch systems, but people also spent more mo...

PS4 vs Xbox One in the US VGChartz Gap Charts October 2017 Update

In October 2017 the gap in the US between the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One grew in favor of the PlayStation 4. The PlayStation 4 sold 67,751 more units than the Xbox One in the last month. The PlayStation 4 sold 1.34 million more units in the last year. The PlayStation 4 currently leads by 2.90 million units. The PlayStation 4 launched in the US on November 15, 2013, while the Xbox One launched on N...

Sea of Thieves Reveals Progression System and Charming Visuals in New Trailer

Rare showcases the progression system of Sea of Thieves, explaining how players will become pirates of legend in the shared world on Xbox One and Windows 10. [Source: ]

Metal Gear Survive gets first look at single player

Konami has released a video detailing the single player campaign and story of Metal Gear Survive, complete with developer commentary by the games producer. [Source: ]

Final Fantasy XV – Episode: Ignis allows you to fix the game’s biggest flaw

The entire DLC runs just under 4 hours of play time and is really meant to explain the biggest unanswered questions that have lingered in the game for over a year. [Source: ]

Sony Slaying with PSVR and a Ton of Great VR Titles at PSX

COGconnected – As PSX came to a close, it became obvious that the big focus of the weekend was PlayStation VR. Sony is insisting that PSVR is here to stay. [Source: ]

PS4 Update 5.03 Out Now, Brings More of What People Love

Heads up, PlayStation 4 owners, a new PS4 update (5.03) is out now, and it’s a pretty small 374MB. [Source: ]

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