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Run Like Hell! to Vita in September

Diplomacy can be tough to conduct with a language barrier in the way. Of course, it doesn't help if spears are flung before the first untranslated word is even exchanged. Such is the scenario in Run Like Hell!, Mass Creation's runner that follows a treasure hunter's long-distance sprint from ...

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Trapt coming to PlayStation Store as PS2 classic

A recent episode of the PlayStation Blogcast announced that Trapt will make its way to PlayStation 3 as a PS2 Classic. Despite Trapt's absence of clever space battle tactics, it does involve plotting the deaths of enemies by ensnaring them in traps. In Trapt, Princess Allura is framed as the mur...

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PlayStation Blog reveals Game of the Year winners, as chosen by readers

It's that time of year again! No, not when we gather with our loved ones and take a break from working. It's Game of the Year season, meaning we've got a great excuse to look back on games we played in 2013 and tell everyone about our favorite experiences. The PlayStation Blog finished tallying up...

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PlayStation Home updated to version 1.7

PlayStation Home has earned itself another global platform update, bringing Sony's virtual environment to version 1.7. This update adds the Camera to the Emotes menu, so you can pull it out at any time and take some pictures of your bad virtual self. There are also improvements to the in-game item ...

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Axel free to all in Twisted Metal tomorrow, Sweet Tooth skin for Starhawk previewed

For those of you still firing missiles in Twisted Metal (but didn't think of pre-ordering it ahead of time), good news! Axel was formerly only available as a pre-order bonus, but as of tomorrow, April 18, his vehicle will be available to all. You too can run around on two wheels, pushing smaller ve...

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PSN Spring Fever promo begins tomorrow, it's probably contagious

PSN has a fever, and the only prescription is... well, lots of liquids and rest, probably, and definitely not cowbell. Seriously, have you been near someone playing the cowbell while your head is in a vice grip of feverish pain? It's terrible. PSN has spring fever, and its only symptoms are offerin...

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PS Vita 1.61 adds Maps app, video recording, and other updates

The PS Vita has a system update lined up for tonight, preceding Wednesday's mainstream launch. Early adopters can update their systems to firmware version 1.61, which adds a Maps application to the home screen, allows for video recording in the Photos application, and allows for any ratings you mak...

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PlayStation blog's all-stars enter week three of official 'blogcast'

Being a team composed of ex-media, the PlayStation Blog dudes have been sorely missing a podcast for some time, leaving Major Nelson to eat their lunch. Last month, however, PlayStation US social media guys Sid Shuman, Jeff Rubenstein, and Rey Gutierrez teamed up with product evaluator (and kno...

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PSA: PlayStation Blog comment system tied to PSN accounts, also down

The PSN outage has caused another (online) casualty: the PlayStation Blog's comment system. Commenters are required to sign in using their PlayStation Network accounts, which, of course, are inaccessible. Only those who signed in before the PSN went down are able to comment. The European PS Bl...

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Sony abre el 'PlayStation Blog' para América Latina

Despite already having a Spanish language version of the PlayStation Blog, Sony today announced plans for the official company blog to extend into Latin America. Unlike the Spanish language version, however, the Latin American version will directly target Central and South American PlayStation fa...

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