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Sony Computer Entertainment has moved to assure consumers that they will be free to sell and share PS4 games after an update to the company's terms of service raised concerns.
Meanwhile, more than half an hour of footage from Dragon Age: Inquisition has been filmed at the Digiexpo event in Finland.
All the news:
- CoD: Ghosts reviews split over Xbox One Vs PS4 comparisons
- PS4 pre-orders ahead of Xbox One, Ubisoft boss suggests
- Killzone Shadow Fall launch and tech trailers released
- Ubisoft first-half losses deepen as dev costs climb
- Lego Marvel Super Heroes delayed on Xbox One in Europe
- Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor announced
- PlayStation exclusive content expected for Metal Gear Solid Ground Zeroes
- Xbox One snap feature detailed in new video
- Tearaway TV advert mixes puppets and papercraft
- BioShock Infinite DLC: Burial at Sea episode one launch trailer
- Xbox One Sky TV app delayed until summer 2014
- Music Unlimited can play over PS4 games
- Dragon Age Inquisition - 30 mins of gameplay leaked
- Nintendo Direct 3DS events this Wednesday, November 12
- PS4 to comfortably outsell Xbox One over next 4 years, IHS forecasts
- Humble Store launches, restricts charitable donations
- Call of Duty Ghosts DLC potentially outed
- Faster Than Light coming to iPad
- Sony assures consumers they can sell and share PS4 games
- Wii Fit U retail version delayed in Europe
- Sony donates to Philippines typhoon relief
- PS4: no voice commands for third-party apps at launch, Sony confirms
- Metal Gear Solid 5's plot 'will feature some inconsistencies'
- PS4 Trophies are also classified by rarity
- Diablo 3 remote play confirmed for PS4