Sony cuts price of PSVR bundles by $100, PS4 Pro by $50

by Lawrence Cooper December 11, 2017, 0:25
Sony cuts price of PSVR bundles by $100, PS4 Pro by $50

Sony definitely tried to strike a balance between horror and comedy when it made MediEvil, and that helped it stand out from some of the other early 3D games.

Both The Last Guardian And the Wipeout Omega collection are coming to the PS VR.

The PS4 Pro system, on sale December 10th through December 16, includes PlayStation 4 Pro systems and bundles. Of course, you'll need PlayStation VR, as this doesn't work with the console by itself.

Soul Calibur VI, which was also unveiled at The Game Awards 2017, launched a new trailer that gives players a glimpse of the gameplay from the highly anticipated sixth installment of the fighting franchise.

The book is fantastic - it contains such a wealth of information on PlayStation, it's games and basically everything you ever wanted to know! That means, unless someone decides to do a surprise reveal for a single game, that there are now no more opportunities for new game announcements this year. We'll also update this hub with any more news from the show. But apart from a new Monster Hunter: World trailer (remember that the beta is this weekend) that really was it.

The 2017 PlayStation Experience is now ongoing at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California.

MediEvil was released in 1998 and developed by SCE Cambridge, who eventually became Guerilla Cambridge before its closure this year. So it's a good job we already got plenty to look forward to...

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