Are you ready for the championship rematch between reigning featherweight titleholder Jose Aldo and challenger Chad Mendes? Two years after facing each other in Brazil, the fighters will battle again and you can watch it as it happens on  PlayStation Live Events Viewer app on Saturday, Oct. 25 (10PM ET/7PM PT) at Rio de Janeiro’s Maracanazinho Gymnasium. The bill also includes a match between No. 6 light heavyweight Glover Teixeira vs. No. 7 Phil Davis.


Delivered straight to your living room from your PS4™ and PS3™ systems, the Live Events Viewer gives users the opportunity to watch exciting live content or catch up with on-demand viewing of UFC and wrestling events, concerts, races and more all with no subscription and no commitments.

Here’s how to download the Live Events Viewer app for free to get started:

  • Log on to PlayStation®Store on your PS4™ (or PS3™).
  • Find Live Events Viewer for download in the Apps section.
  • Once the Live Events Viewer is downloaded, find it on PS4™ in the TV & Video tile (or on PS3’s XMB under TV/Video Services).
  • Log on with your Sony Entertainment Network username and password.
  • Then, simply select UFC 179, purchase the event and enjoy the action.

*UFC 179 is available on the Live Events Viewer app in US and Canada

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“In space no one can hear you scream.”

With that simple statement Alien introduced a generation to a universe of face huggers and other things that terrified not only the characters on screen but also audiences everywhere.

The story was simple: A crew of researchers on their way back to Earth stop to investigate a distress call coming from a planet near them. But what they find is a perfect killing machine, an alien that incubates in a human host and then goes on a killing spree. Only the tenacity and resourcefulness of Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) ends the threat from spreading to Earth.

After the first installment was such a hit a sequel was inevitable. So Aliens took Ripley and a group of Marines to the remnants of a human colony that has been ravaged by the parasitic aliens. The movie was a big shift from the original, featuring more overt action where the first was more a dramatic fright fest but was even more successful than the first movie.

Ripley’s story would continue with both Alien3, which introduced audiences to first-time director David Fincher, and Alien: Resurrection, which finished the story 200 years after the events of the third movie.

All four movies are available on PlayStation Store now as Special Editions with Bonus Features. So even if you’ve seen the movies you’ll want to check these out and find out even more.

And now the story continues in the new game Alien: Isolation. Set 15 years after the first movie (meaning it also takes place before Aliens) it features Ripley’s daughter Amanda, who has set out to find out what happened to her mother. The game features the same sort of thrills and chills as the movies as players navigate Amanda through her struggle to not just find out the truth but also simply survive.

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If you’re enjoying the game then you’ll also want to check out the Alien Isolation: Friday Night Gamers playlist on Music Unlimited. Featuring tracks by Lana Del Rey, Soft Moon and a host of others, this is the perfect soundtrack for your gaming.

As always, Sony Entertainment Network is your go-to destination for the best in games, movies, TV shows and music. Where else can you get all this Alien goodness in one place without leaving home?

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For this month’s Flash Sale, we’re offering discounts on dozens of games and movies. Grab Hatsune Miku: Project Diva, Bayonetta, Fat Princess, Portal 2 and more for up to 85% percent off today through Monday, Oct. 20, 2014.


Visit PlayStation Blog for a full list of movies and games on sale and other details.

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Shadow of Mordor: Friday Night Gamers: It’s Friday Night Gamers time, and this week is all about Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor! Listen to our brand new selection of songs as you battle as Talion in Middle-Earth to break his curse.

Stax Soul Classics: The flagship indie label that defined the Southern soul sound, Stax Records introduced the pop world to such stellar artists as Otis Redding, The Staple Singers, William Bell and The Dramatics. Stax talents such as Isaac Hayes, The Bar-Keys and Booker T & The MG’s started as behind-the-scenes alchemists and were quickly elevated to brilliant careers. Stax folded in 1975 but its catalog is still prized today.

Dance/Electronic New Releases: Fantastic mix this week of new tracks from SBTRKT, The 2 Bears, Royksopp as well as top singles from Deejay Deer and AVICII. We start this mix off with a track from techno pioneers LFO, whose founding member Mark Bell sadly passed away this week.

Brit Pop: When American grunge ascended at the start of the ‘90s, Britain fought back for alt rock dominance with a guitar-based party-ready sound that recalled everything from the glory days of The Beatles and The Stones to The Smiths and The Jam. Blur, Oasis, Supergrass, The Verve and Pulp led the new breed while veterans such as Paul Weller, Morrissey, Julian Cope and Edwyn Collins were sited as key influences.

Intro To…Movie Themes: Imagine watching Jaws without John Williams’ gripping film score. Movies have been brightened by the orchestral brilliance of Bernard Herrmann, Ennio Morricone and Philip Glass and given jazzy, midnight sheen by the likes of Henry Mancini, John Barry and Duke Ellington. Today’s synth mavens, such as Cliff Martinez and Daft Punk compose pulsating electronic scores which recall the glory days of Vangelis and Giorgio Moroder. The directors John Carpenter and Clint Eastwood often score their own films.

Alt/Indie New Releases: Weezer are back with an album that delivers on the promise of the Blue Album so many years ago. Other new tracks comes from Tweedy, Perfume Genius and Christopher Owens (ex-Girls). Don’t miss out on the especially Kate Bush-esque tracks from BØRNS and Lydia Ainsworth.

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Seth MacFarlane’s A Million Ways to Die in the West ruled supreme, beating out Transformers: Age of Extinction and Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow to top this week’s Video Unlimited Top 10.

Anime fans helped Goku and the Z-Fighters of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods – Uncut round out the top 5 and horror fans decided The Purge: Anarchy was the best way to get in the mood early for Halloween.

See below for this week’s full ranking.

  1. A Million Ways to Die in the West
  2. Transformers: Age of Extinction
  3. Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow
  4. Neighbors
  5. Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods – Uncut
  6. The Purge: Anarchy
  7. X-Men: Days of Future Past
  8. Godzilla
  9. X-Men: Days of Future Past (plus Bonus Features)
  10. Million Dollar Arm


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Solo John Lennon excelled at direct, often painfully confessional songs that confronted his childhood, his emotional highs and lows, political ideals and the course of his marriage to Yoko Ono. Often at his artistic best when his life was falling apart, Lennon recorded these songs in ten short years when he was fighting to stay in America, separating and reuniting with Yoko, and starting over as a husband and father. We collected some of the best for our John Lennon: MU Icon playlist, which features beloved songs such as “Imagine,” “Jealous Guy” and “(Just Like) Starting Over.”

Listen to the John Lennon: MU Icon playlist right here.

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Here’s this week’s PlayStation Store update.


Fight for survival and experience profound fear in The Evil Within, a perfect blend of horror and action. Play it now on PS3 and PS4.


Launch yourself into the universe and shoot ‘n’ loot your way onto Pandora’s moon in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel for PS3.


Pre-order Lords of the Fallen today and get access to Demonic Weapons DLC and Monk’s Decipher DLC as a bonus. Play this epic title on 10/28 starting midnight Pacific Time.


On 10/21 you will be able to play Nickelodeon’s popular animated series The Legend of Korra on PS4. Pre-order it today.

See the full PlayStation Store update here.

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Powers: Watch the first trailer for PlayStation’s first original series, an adaptation of the hit comic series Powers.

Tomorrowland: This teaser doesn’t give much of the movie’s story away but it does give the sense that it will involve a magical journey.

Get transported to a magical place in these movies: The Wizard of Oz, TRON

Focus: Will Smith plays a con-man who takes an eager young woman under his wing to teach her the ways of the grift.

Never drop the con with these movies: The Sting, Ocean’s Eleven

Merry Friggin’ Christmas: Robin Williams’ final movie gets a trailer that makes it seem like a mix of wacky comedy and dark family drama.

Mix the holidays and families and you get these movies: Four Christmases, The Family Stone

Wolves: A popular high school football player finds he’s turning into a werewolf, which understandably freaks him out a bit.

Don’t watch these movies when there’s a full moon: The Wolfman, Underworld


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Here are just a few of the exciting new releases that can be found on Video Unlimited today:


Tammy (Plus Bonus Features)Tammy, played by Melissa McCarthy, sets out on a road trip with her grandma in hopes of forgetting about her recent misfortunes. Watch this side-splitting comedy today.


The Walking Dead | Season 5Rick, Daryl and rest of the group leave prison behind and make way for “sanctity” in Terminus. All caught up on episodes? Re-watch the season 5 premiere of AMC’s original series here.


Another MeA teenage girl’s seemingly perfect life is upended when her father becomes ill and a mysterious double begins inserting herself in her life.


The Flash | Season 1After an unexpected accident, police scientist and everyday guy Barry Allen finds himself suddenly charged with the ability to move at incredible speeds, which he uses to help the people of Central City.


Rage (On Sale for a Limited Time): Academy Award® winner Nicolas Cage stars as Paul Maguire, a reformed criminal who is willing to do whatever it takes to save his daughter. Get this exciting title for a low price for a limited time.

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For fans who want the total package, Ultimate Editions bring it all together. Not only do you get the core game but also all the playable add-on content.

Now you can get up to 67% off (up to 85% if you’re a PS Plus member) for a limited time on a long list of Ultimate Editions, including six brand new ones.


Visit PlayStation.Blog for a full list of titles on sale.

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