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PlayStation VR: $399 at Launch This October

Playstation VR box contents 
Playstation VR box contents 

This week, during a special VR event at this years Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Playstation CEO, Andrew House announce the price and release window for the much-anticipated Playstation VR for the PlayStation 4. At $399 (US), you get everything in the above picture when the headset is released this October. You will need to purchase a PlayStation Camera and Move Controller for game that will utilize them which would bring the cost close to the Oculus Rifts $599 price once you go all in. I can’t wait to preorder. Head over to PlayStation.com for the latest PlayStation VR news and information about how and when to preorder.

Via PlayStation VR Page

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@PlayStation #E3 2015 Reactions

With E3 2015 behind us, just wanted to compile a list of the highlights of the Sony Press Conference and check out our @PlayStation #E3 Event live commentary on The 00Lounge Podcast Episode 10 for moment to moment reactions.

Horizon Zero Dawn (Guerrilla Games)

Ico The Last Guardian (SCEA-Studio Japan)

Street Fighter V (Capcom)

No Man’s Sky (Hello Games)

Dreams (MediaMolecule)

Firewatch (Campo Santo)

Destiny The Taken King DLC (Bungie)

World of Final Fantasy (Square Enix)

Final Fantasy VII Remake (Square Enix)

Shemue III (Yu Suzuki)

Project Morpheus?!? (Sony)

Uncharted 4 Gameplay Live Demo (Naughty Dog)

 

Podcasts

The 00Lounge Podcast #1

We have a podcast now! If there is anything we have ever felt passionate about, it’s games. The podcast allows us to express our opinions and analysis on everything from new releases, past-gen classics and most wanted game concepts to business decisions of console and game makers as well as reactions to the latest game-related or real world news. Listen and let us know what you think.

Games

Sony PlayStation 20th Anniversary PS4

On December 3, 1994 (December 9, 1995 in the US), Sony Computer Entertainment released the original PlayStation in Japan. The console singlehandedly changed the console industry by mainstreaming CD based games and producing revolutionary 3-D graphics and game mechanics. To celebrate Sony is releasing a limited edition PlayStation 4 in OG PSX garb. Only 12,300 were produced and as if this writing, all are claimed. Sad I missed it. – Via PlayStation.Blog

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Entertainment

Chappie

District 9 and Elysium, both Neil Blomkamp’s films, felt like live action Anime when I first saw them. Chappie, is a coming of age story of sort. A robot with a childlike artificial intelligence learns to adapt a world that loves and supports it and survive the same world wherein other fear and hate it. I’m looking forward to this one.

Via –  Sony Pictures