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Hi! This weeks news involves whats listed in the title, as long as, yet again the inFamous info like story time, and a bit on destruction and also the button layout, along with some new PS Vita games. Enjoy! Read the rest of this entry »
Your favorite mic dropping CEO is stepping down from Sony and Playstation. Effective April 1st, 2014 Jack Tretton will be stepping down from Sony and Playstation. Jack has been with the company for over 19 years. Sony stated that this is part of an agreement reached by both Jack Tretton and Sony to not renew his contract. He says he will be starting the “next chapter of his career”. No word yet on what his next plans will be.
Twitch the popular platform for broadcasting and viewing videogames announced that they will be launching their new Mobile Software Development Kit (SDK). This will allow game developers to enable their iOS and Android games to be broadcasted directly from consumers their mobile devices. Read the rest of this entry »
On March 25th (US) and March 26th (EU) Fez, an indie game that hit it off huge on Steam, will be coming to PlayStation devices. The game was ported by Blit Works (Spelunky and Sonic CD) with help from Polytron (the original developer), and Sony’s dev team, so you can expect a great game. As stated in the title, the Fez will run at 60 fps and 1080p resolution on the PS4. Read the rest of this entry »
Remember when I said the PS4 launch was the biggest console launch ever? Sony confirms regularly that initial success, and today announced on their blog that they reached 6 million units sold worldwide, since the day the console launched less than 4 months ago.
Yup, that’s 1.5 million sales a month on average, or more than 50000 a day!
Although you may yet to have heard of it, Pavilion, is a puzzler by indie developer Visiontrick Media coming out later this year. It was a game announced by Sony last year at the Tokyo Game Show, and has a little twist, it is a ‘fourth person’ game. Read the rest of this entry »
Sony may have more access to your PlayStation devices than you may know. I encountered something very interesting on my PS Vita, and to be honest with you, I’m not sure if it is legal. Here’s the story. Read the rest of this entry »
Hey, there’s plenty of entertaining news for you to lay your eyes on this week. including news about Gran Turismo 7, Driveclub, oh, and apparently the FF 7 HD Remake is happening! Read the rest of this entry »
As you all probably know, last year the was an exploit on the Brazilian PlayStation Store that allowed users to repeatedly purchase a PS Plus subscription without paying a dime. This has apparently happened again on another store now. The US PSN Store, where a PS4 owner was able to subscribe to PS Plus until 2035. On the topic of PS Plus, there is also a method out there for any new PS Plus user to get PS Plus free, for three months. Read the rest of this entry »
The PS4eye blog recently came to my attention thanks to an anonymous tipster: Although PS4 hacking is in its infancy, we are starting to see some really cool stuff out there, and one of the most promising initiatives so far is PS4eye, a series of tools designed to hack the PS4 camera.
Today PlayStation revealed a two and a half minute long trailer for the highly anticipated PS4 exclusive The Order 1886.
With its graphical artstyle and steampunk depiction of victorian era London this game is definitely on my ” looks promising radar”. Mystery seems to surround the Order and not only in terms of game plot. First party studio Sony Santa Monica in collaboration with Ready at Dawn are quite tight lipped about what we can expect from their new IP, that is until today.
Hey guys we’ve got a couple of gameplay videos for you lot today, along with the rumoured news about next months ps plus content for the EU region.
With less than a week before the PS4 (finally) comes out in Japan, Sony are blasting promotional content for the beast. In case you haven’t heard, the PS4 is on the right track to set new records, and allegedly outsold the Xbox by a 2 to 1 ratio in January. And that was without the machine even being available in the country where it has the most chances to crush competition.
Sony are getting ready to launch the PS4 in Japan, although many fans probably already ordered it a while ago from either the US or Europe a while ago.
I still find it kind of strange that I had to order a Japanese product in the US in order to get it in a timely manner, but Sony’s strategy makes lots of sense: Japan is their turf and they have nothing to prove there, US and EU are the place where the battle really happens. It made sense for them to focus their manufacturing efforts in these places to be sure they would not be stolen sales by Microsoft.
So far this strategy seems to have worked pretty well. But now that the console is coming to Japan, enjoy the “Play & Peace” ad that debuts in Japan this week:
I’ve seen a lot of complaints about people loving the remote play feature but not liking the feel of the Vita for it. Some people think the joysticks are to small, some people miss the rumble effect. Well suffer no longer. Now you can use a DS4 as a controller for remote play. The Vita will be your screen, but you will be playing PS4 games and controlling with a DS4. This “hack” allows you to do that. Read the rest of this entry »