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Sony adding Indie Games category in the PlayStation Store

Sony continues to support indie development on its PlayStation platforms, with a new Indie Games category in the PlayStation Store. To celebrate, a few games within the new category are on sale for a limited time.
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Sony doubles its profit forecast after last year’s record losses

Kax Hirai started his tenure as Sony CEO after the company recorded a record breaking annual loss of $5.7 billion. Now it expects better than planned profits for fiscal 2013. The question remains, though, if its television and PlayStation…
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‘Guacamelee!’ review: Drinkbox Studios’ adventure is one gorgeous bruiser

Drinbox Studios was the secret star of the PS Vita launch in 2012 thanks to its game Mutant Blobs Attack. Now the studio is back on Sony's machines with Guacamaelee!, a grand luchador quest to save the lands of the living and the dead built…
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The Puppeteer for PS3 paints a portrait of how Sony will sell games on PlayStation 4 and beyond

The Puppeteer, one of two PlayStation 3 games due from Sony Japan this year, will be out on September 10th and cost players $40 for some stylized platforming. The release may also be a sign of how Sony will approach pricing discs and…
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GDC 2013: Sony puts its money where its mouth is on the indie developer-centric future of the PS4

Sony is increasingly emphasizing its future with independent developers. At GDC 2013, Sony talked about lending a helping hand to indie developers working on the PS3, PS Vita, and PS4.
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GDC 2013: ‘Spelunky’ digs up good times on PS3 and PS Vita

Mossmouth's fiendishly challenging 2D platformer 'Spelunky' is officially confirmed for release on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita platforms sometime in summer 2013.
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Long lost PS Vita and PlayStation 3 action RPG ‘Dragon’s Crown’ rises from the ashes

Vanillaware hasn't released a new game since 2011, but with a Japanese release date set for its delayed PS Vita ARPG Dragon's Crown, Atlus is ready to bring back the studio's trademark style stateside. Dragon's Crown will hit PS Vita and…
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‘Sound Shapes’ DLC review: The painful sweetness of the single

Queasy Games' Sound Shapes is remains one of the best reasons to own a PlayStation Vita, thanks in part to its brilliant musical campaign. A brand new free update and a $2 downloadable expansion extend that campaign, but the best parts are…
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Square-Enix closes out the PS3 in style with Sony exclusive, ‘Drakengard 3’

Since 2009, Square-Enix has treated game consoles as nothing but a market for Eidos-made games like 'Hitman: Absolution' and 'Tomb Raider' as well as 'Final Fantasy XIII' and its sequels. The company surprised fans on Wednesday announcing…
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PlayStation 4 says no to 4K games, but yes to 100GB 4K movies

Sony's insistence on packing the PlayStation 3 with all the latest tech last decade drove the cost of the console way up. The PlayStation 4 won't chase the bleeding edge of technology, skipping out on 4K resolution for games. 4K movies…
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Sony Europe says that Gran Turismo 6 is coming to PlayStation 3

Sony debuted the PlayStation 4 alongside a heap of games made by its internal studios, but where was the game for its most visually flashy developer Polyphony Digital? Where was Gran Turismo 6? Revving its engine back on the PlayStation 3…
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Diablo 3 on PS3 and PS4 won’t connect to Blizzard’s Battle.net, won’t need to be always connected

Blizzard has teased a console version of Diablo 3 for over a year, so a version for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 isn't too surprising. The announcement that the game won't connect to Blizzard's Battle.net network or allow cross-platform…