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UK PlayStation Network fans using PayPal have their accounts suspended by Sony
Some UK PlayStation Network users who use PayPal have their accounts suspended, meaning they can't play online.
[BBC News]

UK PlayStation Network fans using PayPal have their accounts suspended by Sony
Some UK PlayStation Network users who use PayPal have their accounts suspended, meaning they can't play online.
[BBC]

Spider-Man is coming back to PlayStation – but will it feel as free as the original?
Developer Insomniac previewed its forthcoming Marvel superhero spin-off at E3, but can it live up to brilliance of the first PlayStation classic? Spider-Man is Marvel’s most performative superhero. He uses the city like a stage, his movement is balletic and self-conscious, and there is a clear (...)
[The Guardian]

E3: PlayStation VR is still in its early days says Sony chief
Sony's PlayStation chief suggests that virtual reality has been "over-hyped" by others.
[BBC News]

E3: PlayStation VR is still in its early days says Sony chief
Sony's PlayStation chief suggests that virtual reality has been "over-hyped" by others.
[BBC]

E3 2017: PlayStation in one minute
New games for the PlayStation 4 and PSVR are teased, following an event by Microsoft on Sunday.
[BBC News]

E3 2017: PlayStation in one minute
New games for the PlayStation 4 and PSVR are teased, following an event by Microsoft on Sunday.
[BBC]

Xbox One X: Microsoft reveals most powerful – and expensive – console in the world
New console, previously known as Project Scorpio, will challenge Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro Microsoft’s new Xbox model is named Xbox One X and will ship on 7 November with a $499/£449 price tag, the company has revealed. The final name of the machine, previously known as Project Scorpio, reflects (...)
[The Guardian]

Nintendo and Microsoft will take on Sony during gaming's biggest week
The E3 gaming conference will once again shine on the three big consoles: Sony's PlayStation 4, Microsoft's Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch.
[CNN Money]

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