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Andrew

Now that the PS4 has been released it feels like a good time to start a new topic for everyone to post their IDs, arrange parties and swap Twitch IDs.

 

If there's a particular game you want to play then mention it and the times you are available to play. It'll help others in the same time zones party up with you.

 

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firey

Firey21

However, I currently don't have a ps4.. the BLOD replacement unit is on truck for delivery.  So assuming IT doesn't BLOD I will be on tonight playing some Killzone.

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sbauer

sbauer318

 

I have BF4, Killzone, NBA 2k14 and Madden 25.

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Brandon H

DetinatorX

 

I'll be getting a PS4 as soon as I can catch my local Walmart in stock with them

 

edit: per D. S.'s idea my timezone is GMT -6

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KoL

KoL028

 

Same ID I use everywhere, Twitch, Live, Steam, Wii U.

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Atomic Wanderer Chicken

I think mines obvious but its not Lone Wanderer

I don't have a PS4, but my PS3 PSN ID is something to do with chicken

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D. S.

Like the title says, my PSN ID is Goiva.

 

You should add your timezone, I found it to be a crucial detail when setting up gaming sessions (so many RDR games until I got that 100%). I'm on GMT+0.

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soniqstylz

still soniqstylz on PSN/XBL/Steam/Twitch.  Should prolly set up on Ustream as well.

 

Twitter is the same name if you want to coordinate.

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+Audioboxer

Audioboxer

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firey

:( No one added me.   On a side note.. ps4 is pretty slick.. though the UI feels kinda strange.  It's like PS3 but with color.. and metro.. but still xmb.. I dunno...

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American Ninja

AmericanNinja1

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Boxster17

Boxster17 (GMT -4, though I don't get home until after 9pm most weekday nights)

 

NFS: Rivals and Resogun are probably what I play the most.  Play KZ here and there but not as much as those other two at the moment.

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Nilus

Randomnut add me and let's get some bf4 and killzone going!

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Nick H.

Still on my PS3, but if I'm right the user IDs will be transferred over? If so, you can find me as Intrinsica. Although if you decide to add me, let me know that you're from Neowin - I don't accept stranger requests as a general rule. ;)

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D. S.

Still on my PS3, but if I'm right the user IDs will be transferred over? If so, you can find me as Intrinsica. Although if you decide to add me, let me know that you're from Neowin - I don't accept stranger requests as a general rule. ;)

 

Yes, the PSN ID will be the same as it ties all of your devices together.

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fusi0n

svfusion - Need for Speed and Ghost

 

Feel free to add me, but if your name is different on PSN than the forums, please send me a message on here or PSN with your Neowin name so I know who the hell you are :D

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AJerman

:( No one added me.   On a side note.. ps4 is pretty slick.. though the UI feels kinda strange.  It's like PS3 but with color.. and metro.. but still xmb.. I dunno...

 

Okay, I added you! :D

 

I'm ajousooner, and yeah, comment with your Neowin name if you add. I only have a couple of friend still since I had Xbox before.

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hdca18

Holla, my PSN ID is hdca19 play BF4 all the time in the DOB clan check us out at www.dirtyoldbastards.net 

 

 

Cheers :D

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ozzy76

I mostly play offline, SP games, but I just want to see how soon I can hit 2,000 friends. So, feel free to add me.

 

PSN: strotee

Central Time USA

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firey

Thanks (Y)

 

Added it to the OP. Sign up people :)

Signed up.. however I am far far away from leading.

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sbauer

Just signed up, but I know I won't be anywhere near the top of the list.

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RageOfFury

RageOfFury is my PSN name. I currently have no friends :cry:

 

I just have Killzone thus far

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