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God of War 3 Coming to Playstation 4 March 20, 2015

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Sony Santa Monica has just announced that God of War 3 is being ported to the Playstation 4.  The God of War series is one of the most well known Playstation exclusive franchises, with some of the highest rated and biggest selling games on the PS2, PS3 and PSP.  Now, it looks like God of War 3, the game which concluded the original God of War Trilogy is getting rereleased on the Playstation 4.  It was originally released on the Playstation 3, and while it was without a doubt one of the best looking games on the PS3 platform, it’s going to be looking even better on the Playstation 4, as Sony promises the PS4 version will be at 1080p resolution at 60 frames per second.

God of War 3 is coming to the Playstation 4 July 14th, 2015.

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Life is Strange Episode 2 Launch Trailer March 20, 2015

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I have been counting the days until the second episode of the episodic adventure game Life is Strange gets released.  Today, the game’s developer has just released the next epsisode’s launch trailer just a few days before its digital release.

Just be aware, there may be spoilers. Not just for Episode 1, but for Episode 2 as well.

Life is Strange Episode 2 is coming March 24th, 2015 to the PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS4 and PS3

How to Get a PlayStation System Serviced March 20, 2015

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I know that after the horrible failure rate of Xbox 360 systems during the last console generation, many gamers believed that in comparison, their Sony consoles would last forever. Well, Playstation systems break too. It’s just a fact of life. I’ve had a brand new PS4 break on me in less than a week after I purchased it, and from the looks of it I’m going to need to send my own PS3 in for service soon.

But what is a gamer to do when their Sony console fails on them?  The PS systems hardly use off the shelf parts, except for the hard drive, and any attempt to fix a Playstation on your own without Sony’s permission will void your warranty. 

Thankfully Sony has updated their Official YouTube Channel with some important information on what to do if you’re having trouble with your Sony console. If you live in the US or Canada, you should give this a watch.