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Perfect Day

PlayStation 4's 'Perfect Day' Ad Wins 2014 Marketing Award

The Game Marketing Awards took place last night, which annually awards the greatest video game marketing. Of those winners, the one that took home Outstanding TV Ad was PlayStation 4‘s Perfect Day.

In the ad, two gamers sing about how the other’s company keeps them hanging on as they ruthlessly try to beat the other in the live-action recreation of the games that they are playing.

You can check out a full list of all the winners right here and the Perfect Day ad below. [youtuber youtube=’http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0d9d-cdxhk’%5D

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I love this ad, so I’m glad it beat out the competition. The mixture of the heart-warming lyrics and the viscous rivalry that is going on at the same time is genius.

Dragon Age: Inquisition

'Dragon Age: Inquisition' Release Date + Inquisitor Trailer Revealed

A release date and new gameplay trailer for BioWare‘s upcoming RPG Dragon Age: Inquisition have been revealed. The game will come out for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC on October 7th, and the Inquisitor trailer shows off some epic story action. Check out the trailer below.[youtuber youtube=’http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uO2h4qUNJ60′%5D

The trailer also shows that if you pre-order the game you’ll get the Flames of the Inquisition pack, though it wasn’t revealed exactly what this pack consists of.

Condemn (OR) Condone:

Good to know that this game is definitely coming out this year and the trailer is pretty flippin’ choice, if you ask me! I would not be ashamed in admitting that I condone all parts of this news, so go ahead and shout this info to the masses.

A Release Date For Transistor Has Been Revealed…

The Scoop:

The sci-fi action RPG from developer Supergiant Games, Transistor, has been given an official release date of May 20th in North America and May 21st in Europe. The game is set to release on PlayStation 4 and PC.

The game will cost $19.99 when purchased through the PS Store, but is currently unavailable for any kind of pre-order. Apparently, the developers are working on it. Slackers.

Condemn (OR) Condone:

I will say that the game sounds very interesting. You control a young singer named Red who comes into possession of a mysterious sword called Transistor that has some form of intelligence. Sounds whacky, out there, and that’s why a weirdo like me is interested in it. I’ll be reserving judgment due to it only being a release date.

News Judgment – Sony's Project Morpheus Virtual Reality Headset

Rumors have been swirling for a while now that said that Sony had been developing their own virtual reality headset that would supposedly blow the Oculus Rift out of the water, and now the rumors have been proven true!

Sony unveiled what that are calling Project Morpheus at this year’s GDC event. The headset contains a white headband and black screen that also wraps a bit for peripheral vision, with the edges of the device giving off a blue LED glow.

PlayStation head Shuhei Yoshida said the following about the device

“We believe Morpheus will further enhance the world of PlayStation 4 with seamless integration with PlayStation Camera, DualShock 4, and PS Move.”


The device will apparently have high-end specs in regards to video and audio, and I can say that from the pictures I have seen it looks a lot more classy than the Oculus Rift.

Condemn (OR) Condone:

It’s official: The Oculus Rift creators are crapping themselves right now. With news that developers are already on-board with the new device and the fact that it is backed by Sony means this thing has a lot of power. I’m still not sure how this whole virtual reality thing will pan out, but it looks like Sony has some faith in where it can lead.

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PlayStation 4 System Details & Confirmed Games Revealed

It’s official, everyone! PS4 was announced last night at a live event in New York, and put months of speculation to rest on console titles, controller designs and release date time-frames. The presentation lasted over 2 hours and was followed by pretty much anyone with even a hint of an interest in gaming. Interestingly enough, the actual system was not shown at the event, though there certainly was no shortage of other details. Continue reading