Sony has announced a price cut for the PS4 in North America, according to IGN. Beginning October 9th, residents of the United States and Canada will be able to purchase a PS4 for $349.99, $50 cheaper than the original retail price. Sony previously announced a price cut in Japan at the Tokyo Game Show in September. If you are in the market for a PS4, however, you may want to wait until the holiday season for even greater potential deals on bundles.
Earlier this month, we wrote about the rumors regarding Sony releasing a new Playstation 4 with a 1TB Hard drive. According to The Verge, Sony has confirmed the rumors today by officially announcing the Playstation 4 1TB Player Edition. The Player Edition model is scheduled to hit the shelves in Japan by the end of June before releasing [...]
According to Ubergizmo, Samsung Smart TVs will now feature the Playstation Now video game-streaming service. The subscription-based service will allow owners of the 2015 Samsung televisions to play over 350 games without the need of a console. The monthly subscription will cost you $19.99 a month and will allow you to play any available game, any time, [...]
Sony and Microsoft may both be releasing new models of their 500 GB next-gen gaming consoles, according to the International Business Times. We first learned of the 1TB PS4 last week, when the FCC revealed that Sony was working on an upgrade to its PS4. This week, Amazon unintentionally leaked the Xbox One news via an early listing [...]