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PlayStation’s Days of Play begins June 3 with discounts on games and more

Days of Play is back in 2020 with even more deals on software and hardware.

What you need to know Days of Play is back with deals on games and hardware. It begins June 3 and lasts through June 17. PlayStation has not yet revealed a limited edition Days of Play PS4 like years prior.

Continuing the tradition, PlayStation’s Days of Play is back for the fourth straight year. Sony announced that the annual sale will take  [Read More…]

PS5 landing page pops up on PlayStation’s website

Sony is preparing its websites for the PlayStation 5.

What you need to know The PlayStation 5 is expected to release holiday 2020. Sony has yet to fully reveal it. A landing page for the PS5 has popped up on PlayStation’s official website.

It looks like a landing page for the PS5 has popped up on PlayStation’s official website. Twitter user Alcoholikaust, who also posted images of the PS5 dev kit, posted a screenshot of PlayStation Germany’s  [Read More…]

PlayStation’s next State of Play will give us an extended look at MediEvil

Don’t expect any next-gen announcements. Sony is staying tight-lipped about PS5 plans.

Was the last State of Play livestream a letdown? Temper your expectations for this next one. PlayStation has announced that the second episode will take place this week and will feature an extended look at MediEvil along with some updates and announcements from other upcoming PS4 games.

The livestream is expected to last around 10 minutes, so the “extended” preview that we’re getting of MediEvil  [Read More…]

This HDMI adapter lets you play vintage PlayStations on modern televisions

You don’t need complicated set-ups with dozens of cables to get your vintage PlayStations running on modern televisions.

Older consoles weren’t exactly built with the future in mind—at least, not decades ahead—so it comes as no surprise that as technology advanced, these systems were left in the dust. Vintage PlayStations just aren’t natively compatible with modern televisions through HDMI, but that’s where adapters come in.

Previously, you’d need to use a convoluted set-up with multiple cords to  [Read More…]