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Sony LogoLaunched in 1994 the Playstation was Sony’s first entry into the console market. Moving to a CD-ROM based medium with dedicated memory cards and the first look at high capacity storage with simple 3D environments. Since release, Sony has pursued detailed advancements in technology with the Playstation 2, 3 and 4 as consumer gaming devices.

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Console Hardware Specs

Playstation - CPU: MIPS R3000A series R3051 33.8688 MHz | Storage: Memory Card | Media: CD-ROM
Playstation 2 - CPU: Emotion Engine 294.912 MHz | GPU: Graphics Synthesizer at 147.456 MHz | Memory: 32MB RDRAM, 4MB eDRAM | Storage: Memory Card, 40GB HDD
Playstation 3 - CPU: 3.2 GHz Cell Engine | GPU: RSX at 550 MHz | Memory: 256MB system and 256MB video | Storage: 20-500GB HDD SATA
Playstation 4 - CPU: Semi-custom 8-core AMD x86-64 APU | GPU: AMD Radeon (Semi-custom) | Memory: 8GB GDDR5 | Storage: 500GB

PSP - CPU: 333 MHz MIPS R4000 | Memory: 32MB, 64MB | Storage: Memory Stick 32MB – 32GB
Vita - CPU: 2GHz Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore | GPU: Quad-core PowerVR SGX543MP4+ | Memory: 512MB RAM, 128MB VRAM | Storage:  Memory Card 4GB – 64GB

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Full Details Revealed For The Last of Us Grounded DLC Bundle

Not long ago, Naughty Dog announced that their third and final DLC drop for PS3-exclusive title The Last of Us would contain new multiplayer maps and a brand new difficulty mode for the single player campaign. Just yesterday, the EU PlayStation Blog disclosed full details about these exciting new additions that will be available in the upcoming Grounded DLC bundle. First up, the Reclaimed Territories Map Pack will feature four new multiplayer maps and they are: Wharf, Capitol, Coal Mine, [...]

New Killzone Mercenary Botzone DLC Releases Today

A new downloadable content pack for PlayStation Vita shooter Killzone Mercenary will allow players to team up with and battle against AI bots in all of its multiplayer maps. The Botzone Solider Training Pack will be priced at $2.49/£2.49 and will be released later today with Sony’s weekly Playstation Store update. A post by Guerrilla Cambridge technical director Matt Porter on the U.S. PlayStation Blog describes what Killzone Mercenary fans can expect:

The Last of Us: Remastered Officially Confirmed for Next-Gen Release

Sony has officially announced The Last of Us Remastered for the PS4. With all the fans clamoring for a PS4 version of the game, along with the banner advertisement on Sony’s website, this announcement should come as no surprise to fans of the game. The US PlayStation blog has released more details about what the remastered version entails and what kind of improvements have been made.

inFAMOUS: Second Son’s Sales Surpasses 1 Million Mark

Just yesterday, a Neogaf user reported a rumor concerning inFAMOUS: Second Son’s sales breaking the one million mark. Well, Sony posted an entry on the US PlayStation blog today boasting Second Son’s sales for its first nine days since the game’s launch. Global sales of the game has “exceeded over 1 million units”, including both physical and digital purchases. This also means that Second Son is now the second PS4-exclusive title to have broken the one million mark, with the [...]

The Last of Us: Remastered Coming Soon

A Sony executive revealed last month that a next-gen version of critically acclaimed PS3 game The Last of Us might be in the works. Well, a banner advertisement was released on the US Sony Entertainment Network website showing off a certain title called The Last of Us Remastered. It looks like it’ll be available for a digital download at $59.99, hopefully with all the DLC packs thrown in as well. I expect it won’t be long before Sony and Naughty [...]

Unity Provides More Details for Free PSM Build Option

We’ve received more details from Unity concerning its free PlayStation Mobile build option. With Unity for PSM, indie developers will not need a PS Vita Dev Kit and will have a much easier time producing content for the Vita. However, unlike the existing Vita build option from Unity, it does not provide developers with “full native access” to the Vita and PSN. It is unclear if Unity for PSM will include the Visual Studio integration and Razor CPU/GPU performance tools. [...]

PlayStation Camera Back In Stock At Best Buy, Amazon

A key peripheral for the PlayStation 4 has come back into stock online at leading retailers Best Buy and Amazon today; the PlayStation Camera. The peripheral, which exploded in popularity in conjunction with the insane popularity of Twitch streaming on Sony’s next generation platform, has been out of stock for quite some time at retailers physical and digital. The camera will run you around $60.00 at both stores. Worth noting is that we do not know if they are back [...]

Project Morpheus Feedback? PS1/PS2 Support on PS4 with 1080p Rendering?

Good news Sony gamers! Ahsan Rasheed, a mysterious Twitter oracle, tweeted a few things to be excited about regarding Sony’s future plans for the PS4 late last night. He started off listing the fact that there are upcoming updates for the Bluray and Media Player, plans for local PS2 and PS1 support with native 1080p rendering for select titles. What I found more interesting was that he mentions that Sony has asked for criticism from third parties about the Morpheus and [...]

PlayStation 4 Software Update Bringing Requested Features

According to a post on the PlayStation Blog today, the software update coming to the PlayStation 4 sometime in the coming weeks will be implementing features that the players have demanded over the past few months. Some of the features that are being added with the update include an easy-to-use video editor that allows you to personalize your clips on the fly and export them to a USB drive by clicking the “Share” button on your controller. In addition, the [...]

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