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Sony has released details of what the next PlayStation 4 update will include, some of it sounds great, but a few things don’t really seem as if we’re getting what we would have preferred.
To some discontent, Sony are releasing a new streamlined version of the PlayStation Vita, but while it promises a longer battery life and is fifteen percent thinner, the main concern is the lower quality screen.
Now that the PlayStation event is over and it’s what everyone guessed it would be, the announcement of the PlayStation 4, all the specification details have been released and are here for you to peruse at your leisure.
This will be the post with info about what happens during the PlayStation live event. At the moment, it’s just playing videos of various games and live adverts, once it starts properly, certain events will be posted here.
With plenty of rumours going around about Microsoft and the next Xbox, Sony felt a bit left out and decided to allow a ‘reliable source’ leak some details to Kotaku, although, Sony themselves refuse to comment about the information, nothing new there then.
You’ve probably already seen news about PlayStation Vita and that it came from information that Sony has trademarked the names PSVita and PlayStation Vita, so I think it’s safe to say that Vita it is.
After mistakenly deleting the email with this info, a good ol’ reliable source has provided it… even though I just found that it’s still in my trash on the server.. never mind, anyway, here is the info about PlayStation Suite.
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. or SCE for short, has announced its next generation portable entertainment system which goes by the codename: NGP, and will make its debut at the end of the year 2011.