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The new consoles have finally been announced, the dust is beginning to settle, and now there are a lot of choices for anyone wanting to make their way back into gaming or starting from scratch. Maybe you don't know one PS4 SKU from another or have any idea who Nathan Drake is — and that's ok. Not everyone has the time or the motivation to be a gaming enthusiast, and so this guide is for the rest of you: explaining the consoles, the games, and the technologies you need to know about to hold up a reasonably detailed conversation about video gaming in 2017.

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It's that time of year when manufacturers are cycling out old TVs for their latest ones. And that means you can get some pretty solid deals on end-of-life models, like this 65" 4K Sony TV with HDR support.

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Every couple of Fridays, we have Jackbox games on the chill-out TV in the middle of our office. Anyone that wants to play brings their phone to tap answers in Quiplash and maybe draw one or two things in Bidiots. It's simple and fun, for an hour or maybe two. It brings people together.

Sony's PlayLink does exactly that, but with more depth — like serious, long games like Hidden Agenda (from the team that made Until Dawn) as well as party games like Knowledge is Power and That's You! If you've got a PS4 and some friends or family or maybe strangers to play with, it's a tempting proposition.

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Sony may have shown more of the new God Of War at their press conference Tuesday, but there's still a lot they haven't explained about the game. A few things are clear: Kratos is a dad, and the focus had shifted from Greek mythology to Norse myth. I sat down with the game's director Cory Barlog today at E3 to to get a better sense of what's in store for our angry Spartan.

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A new original game from Until Dawn developer Supermassive Games was quietly dropped at the beginning of Sony's pre-show. It's called Hidden Agenda, and it's described as "a gritty crime thriller" supporting one to five players. The best part is, the devs looked at how people were playing Until Dawn and, with their next game, worked those trends into the gameplay of the new title.

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Game Freak is best known for one thing: Pokemon. But while they created the iconic franchise, Game Freak isn't afraid to let its developers get their sea legs making non-Pocket Monster games on non-Nintendo hardware. That's why, in the past few years, Game Freak has released a number of totally original titles on platforms you might not expect.