Check out these awesome screenshots of the Dragonball game coming to PS4

A new Dragonball game was recently announced for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 (but weirdly no word on the Xbox One) by Namco Bandai. With the announcement of the game, the developers have released some screenshots which you can check out below.

The press release for the game also reveals that there will be a new character introduced who will bear the logo of the Capsule Corporation. The release also promised advanced facial expressions and beautiful cell shaded graphics never before seen. A teaser website has also been launched.

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PlayStation 4 price increases by $50 in Canada

Canadians who haven’t yet bought a PlayStation 4 but are planning to have got some bad news. The PS4 has gone up $50 and related merch such as the DualShock 4 and camera have also increased in price.

Sony Computer Entertainment has officially announced that the PlayStation 4 will go from $399.99 to $449.99. Both the DualShock 4 and the PlayStation Camera will soon cost $64.99 as opposed to their original price of $59.99. These new prices went into effect on Saturday, March the 15th.

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PlayStation 4 outsold the Xbox One in February, but only by a fraction

In the USA the Xbox One shifted 258,000 units which is 90% of the PS4’s sales in February which means that Sony remain one step ahead of Microsoft for another month. However, Microsoft’s more expensive console means that they made more money despite selling slightly less.

The NPD Group have stated that the the total software sales for the month were $318 million and hardware earned $347 million. Both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 have sold incredibly well over the last month with sales up 80% compared to the PS3 and Xbox 360’s first four months. NPD Group’s Liam Callahan stated: “experienced double-to-triple digit increases compared to January 2014.”

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