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Spider-Man Miles Morales PS5
Insomniac Games reveals Spider-Man: Miles Morales, an action-adventure game, for the Sony PlayStation 5. This is not a sequel, but rather a stand-alone expansion to Marvel’s Spider-Man that was released in 2018. It is set launch alongside the console in Q4 2020. The title continues from Marvel’s Spider-Man and its The City That Never Sleeps DLC, where Miles Morales is bitten by a genetically-enhanced spider, enabling him to gain spider-like powers exactly like Peter Parker’s

Sony PS5 Voice Assistant
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With Sony’s new PS5 coming equipped with the latest hardware, it wouldn’t be too farfetched to imagine it with a built-in voice assistant. In this case, it’s called ‘Ellie’, inspired by the character from the game The Last of Us. Think of Ellie as Microsoft’s Clippy, but for games, a she will be able to guide you through new games or answer any questions you might have.

Sony PlayStation 5 Black Edition
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Industrial designer was intrigued by Sony’s new DualSense controller for the PlayStation 5 and wondered what a matching console would look like. It didn’t take him long to come up with the Sony PlayStation 5 “Black Edition”, which keeps things simple. Featuring a disk drive two USB ports up top, while the rear boasts aLAN, HDMI, USB, power, SPDIF and AUX ports.

Sony PS5 DevKit
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Sony’s upcoming Playstation 5 is still set for a holiday 2020 release, but recently, several new photos of the development kits have leaked. Unfortunately, not all of them are clear images, but thankfully designer Giuseppe Spinelli has created a stunning 3D render of what we know about the console so far. There has been no confirmation about the specs, but it’s rumored to be powered by an eight-core AMD CPU based on the company’s 7nm microarchitecture, similar to the new PC-based Zen 2 Ryzen processors.

PlayStation Watch
Photo credit: Paladone
Sony’s PlayStation, a home video game console, was first released on December 3, 1994 in Japan, and as a a fifth generation console, it primarily competed with the Nintendo 64 and the Sega Saturn. Paladone decided to pay tribute by releasing an officially licensed PlayStation Watch, which is made of gray silicone and sports three buttons that control the time-displaying LEDs.