Potential Price Of The Sony Ps5 Revealed On Amazon Listing

Potential Price Of The Sony PS5 Revealed On Amazon Listing

With Sony officially unveiling the PS5, there is still the question of pricing. Sony had previously hinted that it will not be cheap, but how much more expensive will it be compared to the PS4? That’s really anyone’s guess for now, but it seems that we now have an idea of how much the console could cost.

This is thanks to Ben Geskin who shared a screenshot on Twitter in which he stumbled across a listing for the console on Amazon France. According to the listing, the PS5 is priced at €499 for the standard version, and €399 for the Digital Edition (which doesn’t come with an optical drive). This roughly converts to around $565 and $450 respectively.

2021 Nissan Rogue Revealed With New Design, More Features

2021 Nissan Rogue revealed with new design, more features

The 2021 Nissan Rogue is finally here, replacing the version that has been around since the 2015 model with minor updates. The new model is completely redesigned inside and out, and it boasts a large array of standard safety features.

From the outside, the Rogue looks like a blocky, more conservative version of the new Juke that's offered overseas. At the front is Nissan's big chrome "V" grille sitting very upright. It blends into upper daytime running lights, and below those are large LED headlights. The sides are very smooth except for pumped-up sheetmetal above the wheel arches reminiscent of some new Audis. The roof is available in a contrasting color fitting the design trend of the day. The back is fairly plain, and it's beefed up with a rear bumper covered in black plastic and a faux skid plate. Nissan has increased use of high-strength steel and even added aluminum doors, fenders and a hood, all of which helps the new Rogue weight about 100 pounds less than the last one.

'gran Turismo 7' Revealed For Playstation 5

'Gran Turismo 7' revealed for PlayStation 5

During Sony's PlayStation 5 livestream, the company showed a gameplay trailer of "Gran Turismo 7," the latest installment in the driving simulation video game series from Polyphony Digital. The lengthy trailer featured racing gameplay and signs that the game is returning to its roots.

The previous game in the series, "Gran Turismo Sport," took a different approach, focusing on online multiplayer and competition, over past game's focus on single-player races, challenges and collecting of cars. In this trailer, there are shots of a large campaign or career mode menu much like what was used in "Gran Turismo 4," one of the largest games in the series as far as content is concerned. This suggests that there will be an enormous car roster and many single player events. The creator and head of Polyphony Digital, Kazunori Yamauchi, said during the presentation that old fans of the series should be excited at the new campaign mode, supporting this hypothesis.

2021 Acura Tlx Revealed: Here Are Details On Performance, Tech, Style

2021 Acura TLX revealed: Here are details on performance, tech, style

We've been given our first official glimpse into the brand-new 2021 Acura TLX sedan, and so far we like what we see. It's clear that Acura wants to be considered a brand that focuses on performance, boosting power with two turbocharged engine options and the return of the Type S variant after a decade-long absence.

Acura stuck close to the well-received Type S concept when styling the new TLX, which means the sedan boasts crisp lines, aggressively creased sheetmetal and a low, wide stance. An angular grille is flanked by Acura's Jewel Eye headlights and Chicane LED running lights to create an expressive face, and similarly shaped taillights at the back end finish off a cohesive design. An A-Spec sport package adds darkened elements along with a unique set of 19-inch wheels and a rear spoiler.

2021 Toyota Venza Hybrid Crossover Revealed With Photos, Specs, Details

2021 Toyota Venza hybrid crossover revealed with photos, specs, details

The Toyota Venza is back, but it's not the same Venture Monza vehicle it was when Toyota discontinued the car-like crossover after the 2015 model year. Instead, the 2021 Toyota Venza is much more SUV-like, and it's only going to be sold in hybrid form. Measuring in at 186.6 inches in total length, the new Venza aligns itself with mid-size two-row crossovers like the Ford Edge, Honda Passport and Chevy Blazer. Though, it is on the shorter side (by about half of a foot) when compared to all of its future competitors.

Toyota has chosen to go with a highly stylized and sharp design for the Venza, mirroring the approach of others in this segment. There's some Highlander in there, but the aggression has been turned up a few notches. The Venza shares plenty with other Toyotas, as it rides on the TNGA-K platform that underpins vehicles like the new Highlander and RAV4. We've had excellent experiences with new TNGA vehicles from a driving dynamics perspective, so we're similarly hopeful about the Venza.

2021 Toyota Sienna Hybrid Minivan Revealed With Photos, Specs, Details

2021 Toyota Sienna hybrid minivan revealed with photos, specs, details

There's a new minivan on the block. It's the 2021 Toyota Sienna, and the van is totally new from the ground up. Toyota hasn't given us a fresh new Sienna since the current-generation hit the roads for the 2011 model year, so this one is a long time coming. The big news here is the single hybrid powertrain choice Toyota is introducing to the new Sienna. There will be no gas-only option, and there will be no PHEV "Prime" option either.

We'll get into powertrain specifics in a second, but the Sienna's new design inside and out is another huge change. Toyota describes it as a minivan with SUV styling characteristics. One look at RAV4 sales is all you need to know why Toyota wanted to make the Sienna remind people of SUVs. Still, the traditional minivan shape is still very much intact with the short hood and long boxed-off body. The muscular flair and lines arcing down the side, though … that sculpting gives this minivan a much more crossover-like look and an air of aggression not seen in the minivan market today. As we bend around to the back, those taillights catch our eye immediately. The way the bottom black trim piece droops sharply downward, it reminds us of the Atlanta Falcons logo. That rear hatch is full of curves and things that pop out at you, too. The little tail that juts out above the "Sienna" logo even reminds us of the Supra's tail. Bravo, Toyota.

Ayaka's Pv For 'friends' Revealed

Ayaka's PV for 'Friends' revealed

The PV for Ayaka's cover of REBECCA's "Friends" has been revealed. 

This will be included in Ayaka's second cover album "Yu-on Club ~2nd grade~" that's scheduled for release on May 13. The PV was created with the concept "visualization of sound," and it stars dancer Aoi Tsuki. 

Honda Cb-f Motorcycle Concept Revealed With Retro Design

Honda CB-F motorcycle concept revealed with retro design

In addition to major car shows being cancelled or postponed, the Osaka and Tokyo Motorcycle Shows have also been disrupted. That isn't stopping Honda from showing its wares, such as this Honda CB-F concept bike. The company decided to reveal it solely online, rather than at a show with people.

According to Honda, it's a tribute to the CB750F and CB900F motorcycles of the late 1970s and early 1980s. And the styling certainly reveals that. At a glance, the gas tank and bodywork look incredibly similar to those bikes, with boxy lines and and angular tail. But looking closer shows that the tank and bodywork blend together better, and the taillight has been shaped to fit the angle of the tail. The front mudguard is shortened and simplified, and there are no visible turn signals. It does still have dual horns visible on the front fork, though, and the paint scheme is a throwback with light metallic colors and accent stripes.

Visuals For Kame To Yamap's Album Revealed

Visuals for Kame to YamaP's album revealed

The visuals for Kame to YamaP's album "SI" dropping on April 29 have been revealed.

Kame to YamaP is a unit comprised of Kamenashi Kazuya (KAT-TUN) and Yamashita Tomohisa. The photos were shot by Fujiwara Hiroshi at Shibuya's MIYASHITA PARK that's currently being built. 

Japanese Internees' Hardships In Siberia Revealed

Japanese internees' hardships in Siberia revealed

Documents showing how Japanese nationals lived in detention camps in Siberia after World War Two have been discovered in Russia.

Russian authorities have made the postwar internees' writings and drawings available to a Japanese government investigative team visiting Moscow in November.

Soviet Intentions On Territorial Issue Revealed

Soviet intentions on territorial issue revealed

Diplomatic documents have revealed that Japan asked the Soviet Union for progress on the issue of what it calls the Northern Territories at a meeting about three decades ago and Soviet willingness to seek a solution.

Japan's Foreign Ministry made public more than 6,000 pages of documents on Wednesday.

Details On Kana-boon's Best-of Album Revealed

Details on KANA-BOON's best-of album revealed

The details on KANA-BOON's first best-of album "KANA-BOON THE BEST" (March 4 release) have been revealed. 

The best-of album will include all single title tracks and hit songs as well as a newly recorded version of "Snow Esker" and a new song (currently untitled). The Limited Edition will come with a blu-ray disc containing 30 music videos and liner notes.