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PS4 sales hit 60 million with huge software attach rate

Quantic Dream, the French development studio behind Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls, announced an all-new game at E3 that's will launch exclusively on the PS4. Spider-Man will be released exclusively for PlayStation 4 in 2018. Elsewhere a Final Fantasy fishing game called Monster of the Deep was unveiled alongside a port of the excellent Superhot VR and a new title in the Until Dawn universe called The Inpatient .


Rory Best vows Lions will get to bottom of latest 'hiccup'

Rory Best vows Lions will get to bottom of latest 'hiccup'

Sam Warburton was one of the best players on the ground in the second half and Joe Marler, Best and Sinckler were similarly huge at scrum time, where they dominated the home side in the first half. "We would be lying if we said we weren't a little bit disappointed that we hadn't crossed the whitewash a few more times", the 28-year-old Glasgow Warriors wing told reporters in Dunedin.


Gary Neville posts amusing tweet after Man Utd announce Victor Lindelof signing

Gary Neville posts amusing tweet after Man Utd announce Victor Lindelof signing

It wasn't the first summer signing most Manchester United fans had hoped for, but Victor Lindelof could turn out to be a very shrewd purchase by Jose Mourinho . During an interview earlier this year, he did mention his desire to play for a club as big as Manchester United . The Ivorian was a key man for United following his arrival from Villarreal last summer, yet finding the right partner for the 23-year-old proved remarkably tricky.



England knock out Australia, enter Champions Trophy semis

He, at the moment, is busy playing the English County cricket for Hampshire. Prior to this game, England had already made it through to the semi-final. Australia's 150 came up in the 27th over. At 136-2, Moises Henriques joined Smith and the duo brought up the 150 in 25.3 overs. Moises Henriques scored 17 off 19 balls before sending a weak drive off Rashid to Liam Plunkett at mid-on, for the batsman's latest disappointing innings at global level.



India sweep aside insipid South Africa to reach Champions Trophy semi-finals

To cap things off, Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudulah Riyad's magnificent hundreds in a 224-run fifth-wicket stand that won they the game against more fancied New Zealand after being 33/4 chasing 266 to win showed their mettle. Subsequently, Pakistan's victory in a nail-biting battle against Sri Lanka paved the way for entrance in Semis thanks to good fortune in that game.