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w1nd0fchang3, i mostly play FIFA14, please drop a note that you are from neowin

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neoadorable

well....neoadorable! so feel free to add me. as PS4 is now my only console and my main gaming device next to PC, I will be accosting the PS section more so than the Xbox subforum ^^

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Fugi

My PSN ID is sc305495 I have Madden 25 and Battlefield 4 atm, ps4 =].

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+Anarkii

Got my Playstation 4 for Xmas, adding everyone who has put their name down on this thread :P
 

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suprNOVA

Add me up if u guys play FIFA or NFS RIVALS. if u like games like watch dogs or infamous second son or games like that add me up as well.

Send me a PM with ur gamer tag and I will add u. Reason I won't post my gamer tag is because I'm gonna change it soon. I'll post it up when its changed

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PsychoticOrc

PsychoticOrc I play alot of random things :p

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Techno_Funky

Got a PS3 a few months back, my PSN ID is technofunky. Do add me guys, its very lonely out there :P

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Fugi

My PSN ID is sc305495, I currently have BF4, Madden 25, and playstation plus games.  Please add me, looking for some good companions to game with :).

 

 

EDIT: I'm on a ps4 :P.

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McKay

Sir_Gabe_Newell

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Livin in a box

Livin_in_a_box

 

I have FIFA, CoD Ghosts, Killzone SF, Knack and all the PS+ games.

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TCA

I don't have a PS4 yet, GS didn't have any :/ but when I get one Laughingman119 P.S.

 

I love you!

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Showan

Can anyone on Neowin send me friend request. So that I can feel "kewl" for about 7minutes or so, in my life today :-)

I'm really not that annoying. However I am the weak link in most games. Figured I'd give the early warning about this...

PSN: showeezee (someone has my diezel78 so I let a friend of mines choose showeezee for me)...

No rush.

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iARDAs

PSN ID : iARDAs...

 

I can only join European servers.

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Dirk

Labula

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Elliott

My ID is: synerage

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+LogicalApex

My ID is LogicalApex. This is the first Playstation I have owned since the PS1 so we shall see how this goes... It was a gift so I don't yet know how much I'll play. Typically a PC gamer.

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Pusska In Boots

My PSN ID is zPusska. I have just swapped my Xbox for a PS4 and hoping to get into some Killzone MP initially but mainly COD:AW when released. Please add me as I feel a little alone at the moment. Also cannot wait to try Driveclub.

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WildWayz

Just got a PS4 last week - UserID is WildWayz007 - I know, sucks as I should have called Sony before to get WildWayz re-instated from when I had a PS3 back in 2008...

 

Anyway - got the following:

Destiny + Season Pass (Level 17 Hunter)

The Last of Us

GTA V

Drive Club + Season Pass

Metro Redux (Both the Metro games)

inFamous: Second Son

Need for Speed Rivals
Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams

PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate

Resogun

Titan Attacks!
Injustice: Gods Among Us
Secret Ponchos

And just bought Battlefield 4 Premium bundle and Trials Fusion Deluxe

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Rookas

I've been afk for a long time, but it's good to still see so many familiar names on the boards. I'm on PSN, and I'm still Rookas. Been playing mostly Destiny for a while but I've been burning out on that one. I still play BF4 quite a bit also. Hit me up if you're looking for someone to raid with or blow stuff up. 

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Farchord

My psn id is farchord1, im also on ps4 :)

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soniqstylz

Just got a PS4 last week - UserID is WildWayz007 - I know, sucks as I should have called Sony before to get WildWayz re-instated from when I had a PS3 back in 2008...

Why would it need to be reinstated?  Should just be able to log in.

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T4G3RXIII

PSN ID is TagerXIII and I'm on Eastern time zone.  I have these titles: Battlefield 4, Far Cry 4, Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls, GTA V (barely made a dent in the game though)... got some other games I can't remember.

If you add me, let me know you're coming from Neowin.  I'm currently playing through Far Cry 4, about 30% into the game.  I'm looking for someone to join me in co-op.

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DopefishWoofWoof

chodagin 

Tekken 7, GTAV, Fallout 4, DooM

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