Earlier this month we were in the audience to see two gaming legends talk at length about the history of PlayStation
So, what's Energy Hook? Well, imagine a 3D swinging game like Spider-Man 2 had a love child with "points-for-style" game SSX. You swing from rooftop to rooftop, pull off mid-air tricks, run along walls, and rack up points and energy for doing it. Because: it's the future.
Sounds awesome. I, also, agree with the thought here that Vita is the best handheld there is. Such a great device. I’m turning into such the Playstation fanboy now.
The battle has begun: Which gaming console should you buy?
This is a good weekend review of the PS4, and having spent all of my weekend with the machine, I think this is pretty spot on to how I feel about it.
I really do like the PS4. I was fortunate not to have any technical issues with it, as that would have surely soured my mood, but as it stands, I've had a blast with the system this weekend, even if I was playing games I wasn't very excited about going in. I wouldn't say the system is a "must have" with the current game line-up, but in a year's time it almost certainly will be.
I know I bought my PS4 for the promise more than for the moment, though I’ve been having a surprisingly deep amount of fun, especially in Assassin’s Creed IV. I also wanted the machine for the improved DC Universe Online performance, and that hasn’t disappointed, though DCUO looks dated by comparison to the other games.
All in all, the games are good, and I can’t wait to see what this machine is offering 6 months to a year from now.
And here’s the direct link to the PS4 iOS app.
Gamers can use the app to start buying PlayStation 4 games now.
My favorite is the mobile OS emulating:
Of course, that’s just one application – the PS Home button double-tap allows you to quickly switch between any two active apps. Pretty neat, and certainly convenient!
The Tokyo-based Japan Studio, responsible for PlayStation 2 classics such as Ico, Shadow of the Colossus, and the Ape Escape franchise, seemed A.W.O.L. for much of the PS3 generation. Now, on the eve of the PlayStation 4’s release, Japan Studio is trying to make a major comeback.
This video really shows off how revolutionary the PS4 can be. The sharing and live play stuff is pretty cool and unique.