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  • Final Fantasy VII First Soldier and Ever Crisis announced as upcoming mobile games for iOS and Android

    Final Fantasy VII First Soldier and Ever Crisis announced as upcoming mobile games for iOS and Android

    If you're a PlayStation fan, you probably have already checked out Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade trailer reveal on the State of Play. But besides that, it seems that Square Enix (the developers) are also planning two more FF7 games - First Soldier and Ever Crisis for iOS and Android.

  • Sony PlayStation 5 officially available for pre-order on Lazada and Shopee on 19 February 2021

    Sony PlayStation 5 officially available for pre-order on Lazada and Shopee on 19 February 2021

    Sony Malaysia has announced that the third batch of pre-orders for the PlayStation 5 is officially available via Lazada on 19 February 2021 from 12AM onwards. But that's not all, it's also possible to pre-order the console from Shopee at 12AM and 12PM on the same day as well! To refresh your memory on the pricing, the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition is priced at RM1869 while the regular console with the Blu-ray disc drive is priced at RM2299.

  • Second batch of Sony PlayStation 5 will be available for pre-order from 8 January 2021 onwards

    Second batch of Sony PlayStation 5 will be available for pre-order from 8 January 2021 onwards

    Sony Malaysia has officially announced that the second batch of Sony PlayStation 5 series which includes the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition, as well as the PlayStation 5 with Blu-ray disc drive, will be available for pre-order from 8 January 2021 onwards. For those who are not familiar with the pricing, the Digital Edition is priced at RM1869 while the console with the Blu-ray disc drive, on the other hand, is priced at RM2299.

  • A throwback to the best tech news and launches of 2020

    A throwback to the best tech news and launches of 2020

    2020 might not have treated some of us well, what with the COVID-19 virus still at large. But a lot of great stuff happened in the tech space in the past year including (but not limited to) product launches, VR headsets, PC components, new technologies, and more.

  • PlayStation Store deemed Cyberpunk 2077 as "faulty" and offers refunds for the game

    PlayStation Store deemed Cyberpunk 2077 as "faulty" and offers refunds for the game

    Based on a statement by Sony Interactive Entertainment, it seems that they will be offering a full refund for all customers who bought Cyberpunk 2077, due to the fact that it was deemed faulty, and did not perform up to expectations. This is because the game was virtually unplayable with the framerate dropping to as low at 18FPS, which is not a smooth experience.

  • Stand a chance to win PlayStation 5 with vivo's Creative Graduation Photography Online Contest!

    Stand a chance to win PlayStation 5 with vivo's Creative Graduation Photography Online Contest!

    vivo Malaysia has officially announced that you could stand a chance to win a Sony PlayStation 5, simply by taking part in the vivo Creative Graduation Photography Online Contest. If you’re interested in taking part, you have to be under 20-years old and the contest runs from 8 December 2020 until 3 January 2021.

  • Patent hints that the Sony Playstation 5 Pro will come with dual graphic processing units

    Patent hints that the Sony Playstation 5 Pro will come with dual graphic processing units

    It seems that a patent from Sony has recently been spotted which hints that the upcoming Sony PlayStation 5 Pro, will most likely come equipped with dual graphic processing unit inside. With that being said, there could be a possibility that the PlayStation 5 Pro could be physically larger than the current variant of the console due to the additional hardware.

  • New patent for Sony VR/AR headset could be the PlayStation VR 2 with haptic feedback

    New patent for Sony VR/AR headset could be the PlayStation VR 2 with haptic feedback

    Other than making the PlayStation 5 (PS5) backward compatible with PlayStation 4 (PS4) games, there is another PS4 thing that Sony would like to bring over and it's the PlayStation VR. Currently, the company is working hard to improve the VR experience to match the PS5. However, a leak suggested that they might also be making a totally new VR headset for the next-gen console.

  • PlayStation 5 achieved more pre-orders in 12 hours than PlayStation 4 did after 12 weeks

    PlayStation 5 achieved more pre-orders in 12 hours than PlayStation 4 did after 12 weeks

    It seems that Sony’s PlayStation 5 has achieved more pre-orders in 12 hours than the PlayStation 4 did after 12 weeks, based on a statement by Reuters. With that in mind, it seems that there is heavy demand for the PlayStation 5, which is great news for Sony due to the fact that it was predicted to be the first PlayStation console to be the first console to not be sold at a loss.

  • GSC allows customers to play console games at their cinemas from only RM188

    GSC allows customers to play console games at their cinemas from only RM188

    GSC has officially announced Big Screen Gaming on their Facebook page, where you can play console games at their cinemas starting from today onwards from the price of RM188. As of now, there are only 4 locations where the service is being offered such as the Queensbay Mall, Ipoh Parade, AEON Bandaraya Melaka, as well as the Paradigm Mall Johor.