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Mar 26 2015

At long last! The gothic, brutally challenging action RPG by From Software is out on PS4. We already love Bloodborne, despite how hard it shattered our confidence. On today’s show, we rave about its intricate combat system, the miraculous development of Axiom Verge, and we also do some Christopher Walken impressions. Enjoy the show!

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This Week in PlayStation: Welcome Home, Dear Hunter

Justin Massongill's Avatar + Posted by Justin Massongill on Mar 28, 2015

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Bloodborne out now, PS4 2.50 now available, Axiom Verge & MLB 15 The Show out Tuesday, 10% off on PS Store this weekend, and more.

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PlayStation Blogcast 158: Bloodcast

Ryan Clements's Avatar + Posted by Ryan Clements on Mar 26, 2015

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At long last! The gothic, brutally challenging action RPG by From Software is out on PS4. We already love Bloodborne, despite how hard it shattered our confidence. On today’s show, we rave about its intricate combat system, the miraculous development of Axiom Verge, and we also do some Christopher Walken impressions. Enjoy the show!

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10% Discount Weekend for PS Store Purchases Starts Today

Sid Shuman's Avatar + Posted by Sid Shuman on Mar 26, 2015

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Surprise! Just in time for tax refund season, PlayStation Store is holding a 10% off PlayStation Store discount starting today for this weekend only in the US, Canada, and Latin America. Pick up tons of new games, including even deeper discounts on Spring Fever content.

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MLB 15 The Show: New Graphical Upgrades Detailed

Ramone Russell's Avatar + Posted by Ramone Russell on Mar 26, 2015

MLB 15 The Show includes a lot of new features and upgrades to the franchise, but today we’re excited to show off the graphical improvements our studio’s made to the game. We’ve added new minor league stadiums, introduced dynamic sun generated in real-time, and as a special shout out to the grounds crews across the MLB, we’ve upgraded the grass patterns at each MLB stadium to reflect each ballpark’s unique look.

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Free-roaming Shooter Project Root Coming to PS4, PS Vita

Pablo Testa's Avatar + Posted by Pablo Testa on Mar 26, 2015

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Hola, PlayStation fans! My name is Pablo Testa, Technical Director at OPQAM — an indie game studio based in Argentina. Our team has always been big PlayStation fans, and it was very important for us to launch our first game on the most popular next-gen console in Latin America.

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Steampunk Puzzle Game Ironcast Coming to PS4

Daniel Leaver's Avatar + Posted by Daniel Leaver on Mar 26, 2015

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Hello there, PlayStation fans! My name’s Daniel Leaver and I’m the lead designer at Dreadbit — a game developer from Guildford, England. I’m a long time PS.Blog reader so it’s truly something special to be able to write a few words here today.

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Broken Age Comes to PS4, PS Vita April 28th!

James Spafford's Avatar + Posted by James Spafford on Mar 25, 2015

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Two mere months ago, a gone but not forgotten video game from the days of yesteryear was lovingly dusted off, given a hefty makeover and sent forth once more into the land of the living so it might be played again by fans both new and old. The resurrection of Grim Fandango Remastered took place thanks to some help from our friends at PlayStation, so it naturally made it’s way onto PS4 and PS Vita, and we very much hope that those of you who have played it had a lot of fun!

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Paperbound Launches on PS4 March 31st

Dan Holbert's Avatar + Posted by Dan Holbert on Mar 25, 2015

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Hello, everybody! Allow me to take you on a magical ride into storyland. I once waved my hands and foretold a nebulous launch date for Paperbound of “March 2015.” Entire weeks have passed, and some quantity of humans has been anxiously awaiting the happy ending for this tale.

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