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Sony cuts PlayStation VR bundle price by $100
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Sony cuts PlayStation VR bundle price by $100

Diving into VR on PS4 is continuing to get cheaper and cheaper. Sony has slashed the prices of PSVR bundles by $100. The Camera bundle and the Doom VFR bundle now stand at $299 while the Skyrim VR bundle which also includes the Move controllers retails for just $349. It hasn’t really been too difficult…

PlayStation Plus dropping PS3 and Vita games in 2019
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PlayStation Plus dropping PS3 and Vita games in 2019

Time is running out for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita owners when it comes to the monthly PlayStation Plus slate — Sony will no longer include PS3 or Vita games in the lineup starting in March 2019, the company announced today. February 2019 will be the final month to follow the six-game format that has…

PlayStation Plus offers Bloodborne, Ratchet & Clank in March
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PlayStation Plus offers Bloodborne, Ratchet & Clank in March

PlayStation Plus subscribers will get access to two big PlayStation 4 exclusives as part of their membership in March: FromSoftware’s Bloodborne and Insomniac Games’ Ratchet & Clank. Bloodborne is FromSoftware’s 2015 action-role-playing game and will be available alongside Ratchet & Clank, a reimagining of the classic PlayStation 2 game of the same name, next week,…

Dealmaster: Save $100 on the PlayStation VR Skyrim bundle
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Dealmaster: Save $100 on the PlayStation VR Skyrim bundle

TechBargains, we have another round of deals to share. Today the Dealmaster is bringing you a choice deal on Sony's PlayStation VR headset, which remains the most accessible entry point for the VR-curious (presuming they have a PlayStation 4, of course). Sony has slashed each of its PSVR bundles by $100, bringing them down to…

You can now view, edit PlayStation Network profiles on the web
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You can now view, edit PlayStation Network profiles on the web

The PlayStation Network mobile app is pretty darn terrible, and it seems like Sony has finally owned up to that. The company just launched a browser version of its PlayStation Network features, allowing members to access, edit and view their profiles without having to log into their consoles. My PlayStation is a sleek, easy-to-navigate site…