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jdixon
4 weeks ago

I was looking at both the PS4 and the XBox One, and it seems like the PS4 is the less expensive option, both initially ($400 vs. $500) and on a continuing...

Tags: Microsoft, PS4, sony, XBox One |
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stephenb
6 weeks ago

I’m a big fan of a lot of more obscure Japanese games that never make it to the US. I’ve actually imported consoles before so that I could play Japanese...

bralphye
11 weeks ago

I came across a 500Gb Playstation 3 at the local video game shop for $150, including a used game. A new PS4 will cost $400, and a new XBox One will be $500...

Tags: PlayStation, PS3, PS4, xbox |
5 Answers |
Number6
14 weeks ago
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One of my more fun Christmas presents was a copy of Gran Turismo 6 and a Logitech Driving Force wheel for my PS3. I’m also planning on getting a PS4 soon,...

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bcastle
17 weeks ago

I know that it is early in, but it seems as if I’m hearing a lot more buzz about the PS4 than the XBox One. It makes a difference over the life of a console...

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Number6
18 weeks ago
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Instead of using the baked-in Playstation Network avatars, how can I use an actual photograph for my profile image?

Tags: avatar, PlayStation, PS4 |
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stephenb
21 weeks ago

I’m not quite ready to spend $500-$600 for a new Sony Playstation 4 or Microsoft XBox One (cost of system+tax+one game). Maybe in a year or so. The Wii U...

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dniblock
21 weeks ago

When the X360 came out, the first version of the console suffered from the Red Ring of Death, aka RROD. Early PS3s also suffered from a Yellow Light of...

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jnaze
22 weeks ago

Any guesses on what Sony's Playstation 4 will cost when it launches? Blogger Peter Smith speculates on the price point here:

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