The big day is almost here, and I am not talking about Thanksgiving or Christmas. What day then, you ask? November 15th, 2013; also known to PlayStation fans across the country as the release date for Sony’s new PlayStation 4. While not an official holiday on the calendar, one can bet that many individuals will be taking a personal holiday to get their hands on the famed PS4. While there are still a lot of questions regarding how successful the PlayStation 4 will be and what all it can actually do, one thing is now known for certain; the names of 22 games that will be releasing along with the PS4.

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A Game For Everyone

Here’s the lineup of games:

  1. Angry Birds Star Wars
  2. Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
  3. Battlefield 4
  4. Call of Duty: Ghosts
  5. Contrast
  6. DC Universe Online
  7. FIFA 14
  8. Flower
  9. Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition
  10. Just Dance 2014
  11. Killzone: Shadow Fall
  12. Knack
  13. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
  14. Madden NFL 25
  15. NBA 2K14
  16. Pinball Arcade
  17. Resogun
  18. Skylanders SWAP Force
  19. Sound Shapes
  20. Super Motherload
  21. Tiny Brains
  22. Warframe

What do you think? Will you (or your kids) be standing in line to pick up a PlayStation 4 along with some games on November 15th? It seems from the list of games that Sony is targeting a wide audience – from those who love a fight on the battlefield to those who love a fight on the field, court, or dance floor – and everyone in between. From kids to adults, there’s games-a-plenty for everyone. Which game are you most excited about?

A Jump on Microsoft?

Sony will release the PlayStation 4 a full week ahead of Microsoft releasing their redesigned Xbox One. It remains to be seen how this will affect the overall sales numbers of the 2 consoles heading into the 2013 Holiday season. One thing is for sure, though; the PlayStation 4 will not come cheap. It is currently available as a preorder bundle on Sony’s website for $519.97.

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SOURCE: http://www.psxextreme.com/ps4-news/783.html