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What's on the Store this week? Freedom Cry, Gunslugs & Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn beta

Here's the new content on the PlayStation Store this week. Assassin's Creed 4's stand alone version of the Freedom Cry DLC is probably one of the biggest things, followed by the Final Fantasy 14 A Realm Reborn's beta which starts on the 22nd.

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Warframe PS4 review - Confusing, beautiful and free-to-play

This is the strongest of all PS4’s free-to-play offerings: a four-player co-op shooter built around raids, base defence and occasionally just the sheer joy of killing everything around you. Warframe has a fascinating world of quasi-mythical sci-fi and unusual art design that creates something genuinely distinct around the Tenno – a band of mystical space warriors – as they battle with the lumpy and draconian Grineer.

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Sony deactivating some PSN features for the UK's PS4 launch

Sony has announced it will be deactivating some PSN features for the UK's PS4 launch, "to make sure that your online experience is positive". Basically half the civilised world will be logging in at around the same time and server fuses only go so big.

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The NPC guide to survival: how to live a long & happy life as an unnamed videogame character

The heroes and arch-nemeses might get all the gadgets and sexy love interests, but with these ten tips there's no reason you can't live a long and fruitless life as a faceless videogame drone.

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The Gamescom PlayStation top 50 - the PS4, PS3 & Vita names to watch out for

With Gamescom all but upon us (Sony conference tomorrow, people) we line up the top 50 games heading to PlayStation on PS4, PS3 and Vita. This is the definitive list of what's big and the games you can't afford to miss.

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The Order: 1886 preview - God Of War dev rewrites history to sex up Victorian London

Aren’t you glad you were born in the modern age instead of Victorian times? The poverty, the ‘imperfect’ sewers, inhuman horrors lurking in the foggy streets at night? Good job we nailed the whole Industrial Revolution thing and beat them down for good, right? Okay, that bit totally didn’t happen, but developer Ready At Dawn hopes you might find it at least a faintly plausibly alt-history of Dickensian Britain – it’s the narrative core of new third-person action shooter The Order: 1886. Go on. Guess which year it’s set in.

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Does PS4's lack of backwards compatibility matter? Team OPM weigh up the options

Does the PS4's lack of compatibility bother you? Will not being able to play PS3 games on your next-gen box mean you keep your old PlayStation to hand, just in case you fancy a game of MGS4 for old time's sake? Here's four of Team OPM with their thoughts.

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The big PS4 RPG list: the next gen role playing games heading to PlayStation 4

The PS4 could be the time for an RPG renaissance with 14 impressive looking games heading to next gen. Here's an impressive list of big budget MMOs, niche JRPGs, mainstream stat counters and, of course, Final Fantasy.

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E3's best PS4 games - the Official PlayStation Mag readers' top 10

As the dust settles on this year's E3 the Official PlayStation Magazine reader votes are in and have all been counted for the best PS4 games of the show. This is your top 10 of what to watch on PlayStation 4.

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Second Son screens, PS4 launch games & 10 of the best PlayStation mobile games - The PlayStation Round up

This week we've got the latest PS4 screens in the shape of inFamous: Second Son, We attempt to predict the PS4's launch line up and we round up 10 of the best PlayStation mobile games. Plenty more inside.

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Fuse PS3 review - Insomniac shooter will leave you dozing

A freshly wrecked military base doubles as your whistle-stop tour of Fuse’s high-concept weaponry. In one room, bits of scientists decorate walls and ceilings, impaled by the same deadly melanite crystals they were researching minutes earlier. In another, a turret that glows like the sun spins wildly out of control and burns the last surviving technicians to cinders. Across the way, a solid wall warps and shimmers like liquid metal, impervious to damage. And just when you thought it couldn’t get weirder, a black hole tears a corridor apart. As shop floor demos go, you won’t find many more effective.

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Watch us play Fuse - fresh gamplay from the new demo

Here's me and Joel playing though the new Fuse demo which went up on the Store today. It didn't blow either of us away. It's not particularly original and certainly doesn't play like a new game coming out this year. A couple of years ago, maybe, but not this year.

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Alternate Bioshock Infinite covers available for download. If you didn't like the genero-one here are 8 more to chose from

Irrational Games have finally released 8 alternative Bioshock Infinite covers revealed after fans initially snubbed the original box art.

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Fuse Q&A with Ted Price - 'something different in a sea of sequels'

We chat with Insomniac CEO Ted Price, who discusses the controversy surrounding Fuse's cover and making a game at the end of a generation.

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3 new Fuse screens appear, show teamwork, snow & punching

3 new Fuse screens have appeared online showing more of Insomniac's co-op shooter in action. The screens show off some new moves as well as a new Raven robot plane thing. It doesn't look friendly.

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Tomb Raider PS3 review - Uncharted territory a far cry from series' roots

If series reboots are the new black (and let’s face it, it’s either that or brutal melee takedowns), then it’s safe to say Lara wears hers well. And while this origins story leaves many of the franchise’s traditions at the door, Crystal Dynamics’ cobble job is thankfully far more Batman than Conan; more Street Fighter than Duke Nukem. It cribs heavily from the top dogs in its own as well as other genres, but it does so sensibly and effectively, while throwing in a handful of neat new features along with an enjoyable (if not always totally coherent) shipwreck storyline.

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Cheap games, Aliens: Colonial Marines PS3 review & more: the PlayStation round up

This week on the PlayStation round up we look at 10 of the best cheap downloadable games on PS3, review Aliens: Colonial Marines and gather together the all highlights of the PlayStation week.

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The best PS3 sci-fi games of 2013 - in space no one can hear your trophy ping

If you're into your science fiction then this list lays out the best sci-fi game on PS3 in 2013.Super stealth suits, lightsabers, futuristic eye pieces; these are some of our favourite things.

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Fuse screens - teamwork helps you blow more stuff up!

The latest Fuse screens show off the kind of chaos you can create with four friends and a bunch of alien powered guns. The answer is a lot.

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