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!
A really nice article on the development of PS4 and on making games for consoles in this generation. Great insights on mobile and web here, too, from a gamed developer’s perspective.
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.
First in a series, and good points generally, though I'd cite DC Universe Online as a fantastic game that is a day one release on PS4. Oh, and remote play via PS Vita. I really think PS4 could be a game changer for console gamers.
I’m kind of with the author here – the average console gamer doesn’t think that much about 720p vs 1080p – but I wouldn’t discount hardware poor, however defined, being a selling point that wins several customers.