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PlayStation Blogcast 254: Sid Deleted the Intro

Zombies! Let's go behind the scenes with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Absolution.

Ryan Clements's Avatar Posted by Senior Specialist, SIEA Social Media

Oops! Despite a few technical hiccups, the team is back to talk Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Absolution, the latest map pack that launched today on PS4. The pack adds four new multiplayer maps and a new chapter in the zombies co-op experience — which means more content for COD fans to sink their teeth into.

Plus, we hear from more listeners about their earliest gaming memories. Enjoy!

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Stuff We Talked About

  • Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Absolution
  • PS Now
  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • Early gaming memories

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Official PlayStation Blogcast: Sid ShumanOfficial PlayStation Blogcast: Zac Minor

Sid Shuman – Director of Social Media, SIEA
Zac Minor – Sr. Social Media Manager, SIEA


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hrcrowley said:

July 7th, 12:30 am

My first Playstation memory was in 1995 when Sega stealth released that Saturn. It looked…okay. Butbat 499 I thought I would see what Soby had. So that fateful September afternoon I raced up to Toys R Us who had a shiny Playstation demoing Ridge Racer! The graphics! The speed! The silky frame rate! Never looked back.

Favorite accessory was that Guncon. Played the crap out of Point Blank and Time Crisis. Even had that Working Designs light gun game. Runner up would be the Arkanoid paddle on the NES. C’mon Sony bring back Arkanoid and the paddle!

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