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Submitted by Pozzle 418d ago | opinion piece

PlayStation 4 Announcement: 10 New Features You Should Be Excited About

WC: The PS4 will launch in “Holiday 2013″ (which we can presume to mean November or December), and we have our fingers crossed that this applies to Europe as well as North America and Japan.

Above all else, Sony have now thrown down a gauntlet to Microsoft, making it clear how seriously they’re going to take the next generation of gaming after their early (and not so early) hiccups with the PS3.

Read on and learn about the 10 new features you should be excited about for Sony’s PlayStation 4. (PS4, Sony)

platformmaster918  +   418d ago
If anyone saw Fallon last night Guerrilla revealed that Killzone will be a launch title! I hope they have a bundle with it and a larger HDD (500gb at least) for $500 or less. I would pick that one up in a heartbeat (getting the system no matter what but I'm just saying that would make me get the more expensive SKU).

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