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These PS5 images show what it looks like on its side – GamesRadar+ AU

It’s still massive, mind

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The First Custom PS5 Faceplates Have Arrived And They Look Bloody Nice – Press Start Australia

PlateStation5 has created the first line of unofficial PS5 faceplates. This comes off the back of the PS5 teardown that confirmed that the PS5 faceplates would…

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PlateStation5 has created the first line of unofficial PS5 faceplates. This comes off the back of the PS5 teardown that confirmed that the PS5 faceplates would easily snap off.
They’re suggesting that they’ll be ready to ship on either November 12th or before, and will come in Matte Black, Cherry Red, Chromatic Silver, Indigo Blue and Jungle Camo. Honestly, I’d happily take all five of these to snap onto my PS5, but that Matte Black one looks mighty tasty.
They’ll set you back about $56 AUD and…

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Get ready to raid ‘Ghost of Tsushima’ on October 30th – Engadget

Following last weekend’s debut of co-op gameplay and New Game+, SuckerPunch is ready to release more new ways to play. The company announced on Thursday that beginning…

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Using max level gear earned from the Challenges, Ghosts will be able to undertake raids starting October 30th with the three-chapter Tale of Iyo. It will require full teams of players but beware there is no matchmaking here, you’ve got to get your crew together ahead of time.
And their gear had better be right. In fact, the announcement warns specifically “you’ll want to have your gear at KI level 100 as an absolute minimum before you attempt to take on this challenge.” So you’d better get back…

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First Impressions From New iPhone 12 and 12 Pro Owners – MacRumors

It’s already Friday, October 23, in Australia and New Zealand, which means some customers who purchased an iPhone 12 or 12 Pro already have their…

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It’s already Friday, October 23, in Australia and New Zealand, which means some customers who purchased an iPhone 12 or 12 Pro already have their new devices in hand. We’ve seen dozens of reviews of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro from media sites, but now first impressions from regular Apple customers are available.
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New ‌iPhone 12‌ and 12 Pro owners are sharing their opinions of the device on the MacRumors forums, and for those awaiting their own new iPhone…

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