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After all this time, The Last Guardian has gone gold

That's right folks - The Last Guardian has gone gold after almost 10 years in development. This is truly an history moment, as it means we will definitely get the play the game this December. Shuhei Yoshida, the president of Sony Interactive Entertainment, has revealed the exciting news via a tweet, where he wrote "I've waited a very long time...

The Last Guardian gameplay footage stars the adorable Trico

The Last Guardian gameplay
The Last Guardian was heavily showcased at TGS 2016, with a playable demo featuring the little boy protagonist and the cute, yet clumsy baby griffin Trico. You can watch the 15-minute demo above. The game was recently pushed back to December so the developers can work out a few final bugs, but at least this gameplay segment looks relatively bug-free. The gameplay itself,...

Death Stranding has “something from another world” and online elements

Hideo Kojima took to the stage during Sony's TGS 2016 live show to provide us with more information about his next game, Death Stranding. Although, "information" might be a bit of an exaggeration. During his 5-minute talk, which you can see above thanks to EuroGamer, Kojima basically confirmed that Death Stranding is indeed a game, and that it will have "things in it",...

The Last Guardian has been delayed once again

The Last Guardian, the long-anticipated PlayStation 4 exclusive, is getting one last delay. According to a blog post by Shuhei Yoshida, the game is now set to launch on December 6. Apparently, the developers at genDESIGN and JAPAN Studio need more time to squash some bugs in the final stages of the development cycle. "Fumito Ueda, gen DESIGN and JAPAN Studio have a wonderful...

Mass Effect Andromeda gameplay debuts at PlayStation Meeting 2016

Mass Effect Andromeda Gameplay
Mass Effect Andromeda gameplay was shows for the first time during PlayStation Meeting 2016. The video was supposed to showcase the 4K capabilities of the new PlayStation 4 Pro, but we're much more interested in seeing what the game itself has in store for us. In the video we can see the male Ryder character exploring an unfamiliar environment. According...

Horizon Zero Dawn gameplay footage shows dino-climbing in 4K

Horizon Zero Dawn has received a new gameplay video, showcasing the 4K and HDR capabilities of the new PlayStation 4 Pro. It's beautiful, to say the least. Find a 4K display somewhere and watch it. Even though this video is basically here just to look pretty, we did get to learn a little bit more about Horizon Zero Dawn and its world....

Sony finally unveils the PlayStation 4 Pro

Live from New York, Sony has unveiled the PlayStation 4 Pro, the next step in the PlayStation 4 evolution. The heavily rumored console looks to expand on the PS4's capabilities with the addition of enhanced graphics, improved frame rates and the support of 4K resolution. The design follows suit with the original and slim models, but now sports a third layer to allow room...

PlayStation Meeting press conference goes live tomorrow

Sony has announced that it will be going live on September 7, for a special PlayStation Meeting in NYC. According to the PlayStation Blog, Sony is inviting everyone, including Xbox One gamers, to come and enjoy the many planned surprises through an official live stream of the event. Conversely, industry insiders who were lucky enough to receive an official invite to the event will...

Sony unveils September games for PlayStation Plus members

Sony's September lineup of free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers includes an epic RPG, creative indies and action adventure titles for their entire family of consoles. The most epic title available exclusively for the PlayStation 4 is the unforgiving RPG, Lords of the Fallen. The critically acclaimed, desert sprawling indie title, Journey, will be available on both the PS3 and PS4...

PlayStation Now is coming soon to a Windows PC near you

Sony has officially announced that their PlayStation Now game streaming service will be making its way to Windows PC in parts of Europe. In a similar style to the Nvidia Shield or Microsoft's Play Anywhere program, PlayStation gamers will now be able to access over 400 incredible titles on compatible PCs. The complete list of available games can be found...

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