Polygon Daily Off-Topic: Friday-ness Awaits (15 Nov)

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Welcome to Polygon Daily. What is this thread you ask? It's your daily Community Off-Topic thread where you're given the floor to talk about anything that's caught your eye over the past 24 hours. Just be sure to stick to the Polygon Community Guidelines, and we'll be golden folks.

Greatness arrives for some today, for others it's still a few weeks away. And next year again for even more people. Enjoy your new PlayStations kids.


Super Mario Galaxy Stage confirmed for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS by Emily Gera

PSN suffering network issues, Sony asks for patience by Jenna Pitcher

Fable Anniversary classified R18+ in Australia by Jenna Pitcher

This is the only PlayStation 4 video you need to watch by Brian Crecente

Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes gets 'Classic Snake' content on PS4 by Michael McWhertor

Destiny beta coming first to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 by Michael McWhertor

Sony's Magic Lab partners with NASA to bring space exploration to PS4 by Tracey Lien

TowerFall Ascension coming to PS4, PC by Chris Plante



Playstation 4 Launch - Polynauts Gaming Groups by Talaviir


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