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PS4 fans rejoice! Sony revealed Project Morpheus at GDC 2014 (Game Developer Conference) in San Francisco yesterday, and it's basically a virtual reality headset designed for their flagship gaming console. According to Yoshida, Morpheus is the "culmination of our work over the last three years to realize our vision of VR for games, and to push the boundaries of play." Continue reading for a video news report and more information.

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There's nothing wrong with fans coming up with concept images, and this one by David Hansson looks very interesting to say the least. The first thing you probably noticed with the monolithic, glowing console, and then the carbon fiber controllers. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video exploring just how much of our brain we actually use.

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Sony's PS4 is sold out just about everywhere, whether it be online or a brick and mortar store, but Amazon has just got some back in stock. Best of all, if you order now, the console can still arrive before Christmas. The PS4 system is centered around a powerful custom chip that contains eight x86-64 cores and a state of the art 1.84 TFLOPS graphics processor with 8 GB of ultra-fast GDDR5 unified system memory, easing game creation and increasing the richness of content achievable on the platform. For those looking to pick up a few to resell, now would also be a great time to stock up. Product page. Continue reading for an Xbox One vs. PS4 comparison video and more information.

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For gamers, it may have seemed like just yesterday when Sony debuted the original PlayStation console, but in reality, it's already been nearly 13-years 19-years. This infographic shows just how much the PlayStation controller has changed over the years, including the upcoming PlayStation 4. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of someone aging from child to grandparent in just minutes.

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Sony's PlayStation 4 will be officially hitting stores on November 15 in North America, retailing at $399. Gamers will be able to play games while they install to the PS4's hard drive and be able to enjoy PS1/PS2/PS3 games through Gaikai's cloud-streaming service. Product page. Continue reading for a video preview and more information.

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Ok, so Sony hasn't yet finalized the design for their upcoming PlayStation 4 console, but here's one concept design it definitely won't look like. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational poster gallery. Continue reading for a video of 64 voice impressions in under 7-minutes.

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Here's an up-close look at Sony's new DualShock 4 controller for the PS4. As most of you already know, it includes a capacitive touchscreen at the center of the controller, two updated analog sticks, and a newly added speaker. Continue reading for more pictures and a video.

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Well since Sony left us hanging yesterday by spending their entire press conference talking about the system, but not showing, these ten cool and geeky concepts might whet some of your appetite. Continue reading to see them all - bonus videos from yesterday's press conference included.

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While the PS4 was officially announced today, the actual console was nowhere in sight. However, the controller that was leaked a few days ago, seemed to be right on point, as you can see above. The PlayStation 4 will compete with Nintendo's Wii U, and Microsoft's as-yet-unannounced Xbox 360 successor, as part of the eighth generation of video game consoles. The console was revealed at a press conference on February 20, 2013, with a release date set for Holiday 2013. Continue reading for more.

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Just keep saying Orbis to yourself, as that is what Sony plans to call the next PlayStation. This next-generation console "will be capable of playing games at extremely high resolutions up to 4096x2160 -- Toshiba has recently unveiled a television capable of the same 'Ultra HD' resolution, and other manufacturers are set to follow suit." Click here for more pictures of the Orbis concept. Continue reading to see a cool fan-made PlayStation 4 commercial.

The most shocking part of the report is that the Orbis will not support PlayStation 3 games (just like the slim PS3 has no PS2 BC) and there might be some kind of "anti-used games" security in place. Orbis games will be available on Blu-Ray or as a digital download on SEN (people, stop calling it PSN).
[via Dvice - DailyMail]

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