I enjoy digital games. My digital library is enormous, and I can never lose it or have it stolen. Well, unless my identity is also stolen. But don't worry, now you can pick up Minecraft in a brick (block) and mortar store.
I told you yesterday that we might be expecting a bit of PSN maintenance next week.The servers were probably being updated to make provision for a few new PlayStation 4 features to be patched in with a bit of firmware. Sony’s has now detailed that update, revealing SHAREfactory – a seemingly robust video-editor built right in to the console.
It's official, I have a PS4 - in case you didn't know already. Thanks to FNB, I can play as much Resogun as my eyes can handle. And I'm certainly not alone - Sony is reporting enormous sales figures.
We’ve heard all of the rumours, but it’s now been confirmed by Sony – though apparently prematurely. The Last of Us is coming to the PlayStation 4 in a remastered package. Above is a screenshot I capped, and saw with my own eyes after seeing something similar on neoGAF.
I was pretty happy with Killzone: Shadow Fall, as that was my debut PlayStation 4 game. It had a decent story, and some superb multiplayer with a netcode stable enough to actually allow me to get some kills in for once. I pretty much stuck to the scout class in that game. But the Insurgent DLC is looking pretty enticing now.
There’s a dearth of games for the PlayStation 4 right now. I’m done with Infamous, and the next really big game headed to the platform is Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs, which is out in May. That doesn’t mean that status quo is set to stay though. There are a staggering number of games headed to the PlayStation 4 this year…and Sony’s listed every single one of them.
Mike Bithell shot to indie development fame following the success of his game, Thomas Was Alone. Now, just a couple of tweets or raw gameplay footage of his new project, Volume, can become gaming news. But what are his thoughts for newcomers? Is Steam still the way to go, or has the tide turned towards consoles?
We previously heard a little while back that the release of Titanfall caused the Xbox One sales in the UK to increase by 96%. And a mere two weeks later the PlayStation 4 exclusive inFamous was released so let’s see how the sales compared.
I just received an email from kalahari stating that the PlayStation 4 is back in stock for the newly increased price of R6799.
inFamous: Second Son is one of the few new games for the PlayStation 4, built on a franchise that isn’t shared with other platforms. It’s a game that is meant to be a bridge between generations, while drawing in new fans and keeping the old ones from moving on as the game shows off what the PS4 is capable of. And it succeeds in all those departments magnificently.
I’ve never understood why anyone is willing to link their credit card to Xbox Live or PSN but even more so the PSN since that was horribly hacked a while back - with Sony having to admit they didn’t even really know what went missing.
I don’t think we can say much more about inFamous: Second Son right now. In fact, I’m all Delsin’ed out, as I wait for the review copy to arrive. So sit back, strap on a beanie and in-vest yourself in the pre-order, because a crapload of pictures speak a million words.
The PlayStation 4 has done pretty well just about everywhere, selling out at most retailers. Even locally, stock of the machine has been hard to come by. But no more. Ster Kinekor has sent out a press release saying that as of this week, stock of the console will now be as regular as Darryn since he started eating more bran.