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E3 is over - Sony wins, probably, and everyone's still hating the Xbox One


So it's come and gone. Every year, this giant news source drops a boatload of content onto fans' shoulders, and leaves us to sort through the mess. In the coming weeks, we're going to take a look at some of the things that might have been overshadowed by the major console news.

For now, here's a quick recap of the biggest stuff with Microsoft and Sony, in case you missed it!


E3 2013 Press Conferences

The day of E3 press conferences ended with a bang thanks to Sony's strong showing. We saw the console, got the price ($399, lower than Xbox's $499), nice announcements (Kingdom Hearts 3, Final Fantasy XV (formerly Versus XIII)), and support for indie developers!

Tomorrow, the adventure continues with Nintendo's video presentation.

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by Joshua Whitman on Jun 10, 2013


Sony announces the PS4 for Holiday 2013

Yesterday, Sony officially unveiled its PS4. The console will feature 8 GB of memory, an x86-64 AMD "Jaguar" 8 core processor, an AMD Radeon-based "next-gen" GPU, a "large" built-in hard drive, Bluray, and all that jazz. Sony-owned Gaikai is present in a major way with remote-play, instant streaming of your game play, and instant access to game demos from the store, among other things. A new Killzone and inFamous were announced, along with a new IP called Knack. Third party contributions include a new IP from Capcom Deep Down, a Diablo 3 port from Blizzard, Jonathan Blow's The Witness and Bungie's new persistent world FPS RPG Destiny.

Discuss this and other Sony news in the Bosskey forums! Stay tuned for more articles about the PS4 and the next generation of consoles in the near future.


by Joshua Whitman on Feb 21, 2013