As is custom, E3 day zero brought with it a long list of new games and hardware. We've rounded up Sony hardware announcements below, as well as some game pre-orders worth your attention.

We've also put out an update to our release calendar that attempts to pull in all the new game announcements, so check it out and contribute.


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Sony Hardware Pre-Orders

Announced at Sony's E3 presser, we're getting a white Playstation 4 bundled with Destiny for release on September 9.

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Sony also revealed that the Playstation TV would finally make its way to North America, either in a standalone package or bundled with a DualShock 3, The LEGO Movie Games, and a few extras for $40 more.

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Next we have three new DualShock 4 colors: blue, white, and camo.

Moving on, there's a new white variant of Sony's Gold Wireless Headset, which was one of your nominees for best in the category.

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Pre-Orders To Take Note Of

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth: The Wild Cards Premium Edition

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The Order: 1886 Premium Edition | also available in Collector's Edition

Assassin's Creed Unity Collector's Edition

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Pre-order the excellent X-Men: Days of Future Past and get it for just $23. [Days of Future Past, $23]

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Cosmos is out today on blu-ray. Grab it while the pre-order price is still active. [Cosmos, $30]


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MLB.TV (almost inarguably the best streaming service offered by the major sports) is offering a rare deal right now for Father's Day. $50 gets you MLB.TV Premium for the rest of the season, which includes access to home and away feeds, HD video, and access to the MLB.TV app on all of your devices.

We're barely more than 1/3 of the way through the season, and this was going for $130 back in April, so this is reall is a fantastic bargain. [MLB.TV Premium, $50]

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Xbox One

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Playstation 3

Xbox 360

Wii U

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Playstation Vita

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Board Games

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iOS

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