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    PSN Online ID Change

    PSN Online ID Change Feature Entering PlayStation Preview Program Soon Preview program to kick off soon, with full rollout for all PS4 users planned for early 2019. We’re happy to announce that we will soon begin testing the long-awaited feature that will allow users to change their PlayStation Network Online ID from their PlayStation 4 system. The PSN Online ID Change feature beta will be a part of the PlayStation Preview Program, and will become available to select users that have pre-registered as testers for previous PS4 system software betas. During the preview program, you will be able to change your online ID as many times as you want. The first change is free, and changes after that will cost $9.99 USD / CAD. For PlayStation Plus members, it will cost $4.99 USD/ CAD after the first change. Changes to online ID can be made through the Settings menu or via the Profile page of your PS4. When you change your online ID, you will have the option to display your previous ID with your new ID, so your friends can recognize you. Once you decide to display your old ID or not, you won’t be able to adjust this after completing the online ID change process. This feature is compatible with PS4 games originally published after April 1, 2018, and a large majority of the most-played PS4 games that were released before this date. However, please note not all games and applications for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita systems are guaranteed to support the online ID change, and users may occasionally encounter issues or errors in certain games. If for any reason you experience issues after changing your ID, you can revert back to your original ID for free at any time (you will only be able to revert once during the preview program). Reverting back to an old ID will resolve most issues caused by the ID change. In addition, when this feature officially launches, a list of compatible games published before April 1, 2018, will be provided on PlayStation.com for reference before you make a change. The preview program for this feature is scheduled to conclude at the end of November 2018. The full rollout of the feature to all PS4 owners is planned for early 2019, so stay tuned for updates down the road! SOURCE
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    PSN Online ID Change

    Its an actual PSN ID change but i think what they are saying is in the new settings coming out for the new firmware theres a feature to show your original ID with the new one so your former friends can find u or an option to JUST show the new one chosen its also saying it might not work for older games TBH it might be a bit of a shambles when its released its a wait and see kinda thing lol so u might choose a new name but on an older game it might still show your older one
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    Sega MegaDrive Mini

    Sega Delays Mega Drive Mini in Japan…With Plans For Worldwide Release! Going off of the news today that Sony is releasing the PlayStation Classic this Winter, Sega has some news of its own. Remember that Sega Genesis Flashback last year? According to reviewers and fans alike, it was unfortunately a pile of poo. Sega apparently took it upon themselves to announce back in April the Sega Mega Drive Mini at Sega Fes 2018. What’s the difference? The Sega Genesis Flashback was developed by AtGames, whereas the Mega Drive Mini is an official release. Now, news today has Sega announcing a delay in the shipping of the Mega Drive Mini. The reason? According to Gematsu, Sega plans to create a Genesis model for North America, and a Mega Drive model for Europe, with plans for a simultaneous worldwide release! Also, in order to avoid what happened with the Flashback, Sega has “established a system to rethink the design of the device with the original team at its core, as well as cooperate with Japanese developers proven in software development.” In other words, if you want something done right, you do it yourself. No games have been announced for any version of the console, so begin your wishlists as to what goes into the system. If it doesn’t include Castlevania: Bloodlines, Altered Beast, Mortal Kombat or Splatterhouse 2 or 3, you’re doing it wrong. Related Topics: retro gaming Sega sega genesis Sega Mega Drive Mini
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    Sega MegaDrive Mini

    you must have had a cheap clone of the clone AtGames put out lol Oh well this will be an Official SEGA release when it drops so its essentially a perfect mini genesis hope fully loaded with lots of games. I'm down to pick one of these up and the PS1 classic too On a side note... very interesting that this news dropped the day after Sony announced a mini Playstation 1 the old power houses are still fighting for supremecy with their re-releases of old consoles lol almost sounds like a video game LOL
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    Ps1 Classic Announced

    Introducing PlayStation Classic, with 20 Pre-Loaded Games Featuring Final Fantasy VII, Tekken 3, Wild Arms and 17 other legendary titles, the new mini-console launches December 3 at an MSRP of $99.99. Almost 25 years ago, the original PlayStation was introduced to the world. Developed by Sony Computer Entertainment, it was the first home console in video game history to ship 100 million units worldwide, offering consumers a chance to play games with real-time 3D rendered graphics in their homes for the first time. Today, we are excited to announce that we are bringing back the original PlayStation experience in a new miniaturized version – PlayStation Classic! The console will come pre-loaded with 20 classic titles, including fan-favorites such as Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3, and Wild Arms. The mini console is approximately 45% smaller than the original PlayStation, and it emulates the original’s look and feel by featuring similar controllers and packaging. Long-time fans will appreciate the nostalgia that comes with rediscovering the games they know and love, while gamers who might be new to the platform can enjoy the groundbreaking PlayStation console experience that started it all. All of the pre-loaded games will be playable in their original format. Available for pre-order at select retailers across the US and CAN, each unit will also come with an HDMI cable to connect to their TV, a USB cable, and two controllers for local multiplayer within compatible titles. PlayStation Classic will be available for $99.99 USD (MSRP) / $129.99 CAN (MSRP) on December 3, 2018 – a historic date for all of us at PlayStation. Visit PlayStation.com for more details on regional availability, and stay tuned to the Blog for the full lineup of titles coming to PlayStation Classic. There are more fan favorites, and we can’t wait to share more details in the coming months.
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  7. Need a Red Dead Redemption 2 bottle opener? Candle? Dominoes? The Outlaw Essentials collection is for you Show your love of Red Dead with t-shirts, merch, and more Red Dead Redemption 2 is a video game. But thanks to developer Rockstar's freshly-announced "Red Dead Redemption 2 Outlaw Essentials Collection," it is also a collection of words you will find *ahem* branded onto a USB charger shaped like a stick of dynamite, a candle, a domino set, and so, so many more things. According to a post on the Rockstar newswire, the two-and-a-half dozen pieces of merch that comprise the Outlaw Essentials Collection will be available in limited quantities through the Rockstar Warehouse (what the studio calls its online storefront) and "other select retailers, including GameStop". No further details on pricing or exact availability were given. There are a whopping 30 pieces of merch in the Outlaw Essentials Collection, some more kitschy than others. We've embedded a gallery showing them off below: Personally, I'm keen on the scented candles, particularly because they seem to contain so many odors. Here's Rockstar's description: "Blow open your nostrils with this blood orange, incense, amber, rockrose, smoked cedar, sandalwood, violet leaf and juniper tar-scented, black wax candle". At first I thought that must be a list of options you could choose from, but the use of singular words like "this" and "candle" makes me think otherwise. In which case, that is the most scent-packed candle I have ever heard of. What's your favorite? DYNAMITE USB CHARGER PENDLETON BLANKET DOMINO SET BOTTLE OPENER COLLAPSIBLE SHOT GLASS BRASS ZIPPO LIGHTER ENGRAVED MATCHBOX SLIP CASE PIN SET BARRELL CANDLE BY JOYA DYNAMITE CANDLE BY JOYA VINTAGE ROCKSTAR GLASS DECOUPAGE TRAYS METAL EARTH SAWED OFF SHOTGUN 3D PUZZLE LEATHER IPAD CASE ROCKSTAR GAMES LOGO KEYCHAIN OUTLAWS FOR LIFE T-SHIRT SOURCE
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    Mulder

    Greetings! I am known as Mulder on here, PSN, everywhere lol. Gamer since a fetus, PSHome user 2007 - 2015. Modder extraordinaire. Paranormal Expert/Spiritual Padawan/Occult master/Jedi-Sith in training 'Balance is the key' Any questions? Ask me!
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    RAGE

    Thanks 4 making this forum Rage. A great place 4 gamers to chill and socialize and be creative!
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    Star Trek: Starfleet Academy

    Wow this is awesome i never even knew about this game. Looks a little dated these days but still cool as hell.
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    The Power Pad

    THE NINTENDO POWER PAD Bandai first released the accessory in 1986 as the Family Trainer pack for the Famicom in Japan, and later released in the United States. Nintendo released it in 1988 as the Power Pad,[1] along with the game World Class Track Meet, which was a rebranding of an earlier game. The Power Pad was originally released by Bandai as the Family Trainer in Japan in 1986, and as the Family Fun Fitness both in North America and Europe in 1987 and 1988 respectively.[2] Soon after, Nintendo acquired the rights from Bandai for the accessory in North America and renamed it the Power Pad, with the remaining Family Fun Fitness mats recalled from stores.[3] Bandai retained the rights to the product outside of North America.[4] European version Family Fun Fitness. The Power Pad accessory is laid out in front of the video display for various games, generally plugged into the second NES controller port, with players stepping on the large buttons to control gameplay. There are two illustrated sides to the pad: Side A, which is rarely used, has eight buttons, while side B has twelve buttons numbered 1-12. Games using the Power Pad often test players on their timing and coordination, memory, "running" speed, or allow them to play music with their steps. Games such as Dance Dance Revolution can trace the lineage of their control mechanisms back to the Power Pad (see dance pad). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErzuU78v60M Information courtesy Wikipedia, Youtube
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    The Power Pad

    Funnily enough this was the pre-cursor to the 90's console based dancing games and even the interactivity of the wii. Way ahead of its time when released it was actually revived for the Wii in 2007 for use with the Wii remote. Gaming comes full circle!
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    Ecco the Dolphin

    YES! I had this too, great memories, loved it!