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  1. Jason Clement

    PS4 Social

  2. Jason Clement

    Dualshock 4

  3. Jason Clement

    Drive Club

  4. Jason Clement

    Destiny 02

  5. Jason Clement

    Destiny 01

  6. Jason Clement

    Deep Down Pantha Rhei

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    Gaikai Streaming

  8. Jordan Haygood

    Watch_Dogs Confirmed for Wii U Release

    Following the tail-end of the big PlayStation 4 announcement, Ubisoft has announced that one of the PS4 titles shown off, Watch_Dogs (yes, underscore included), will also be seeing a release on Nintendo's Wii U alongside its PS4 release. This is no doubt good news for Wii U owners who wanted this to happen. It was already rumored that this would happen thanks to some leaked promotional material, but as soon as Sony's PlayStation conference came to an end, Ubisoft didn't hesitate to give us a press release about the game. This press release confirmed these rumors, now making Watch_Dogs an official Wii U title. No release date was given, however, other than the fact that it's set to be released simultaneously with the PS4. Here is an excerpt from the press release for more info about the game: As demonstrated onstage today at PlayStation Meeting 2013, Watch_Dogs“ ambitious scope illustrates that Ubisoft is once again at the forefront of new technologies, giving freedom to development teams to create unprecedented entertainment experiences. Development of Watch_Dogs is being led by Ubisoft Montreal, with support from Ubisoft“s Bucharest, Paris, Quebec and Reflections studios. Receiving more than 83 awards and nominations at E3 2012 where it was first announced, Watch_Dogs blends cutting-edge technologies and sophisticated game design into a realistic, living open world. In Watch_Dogs, players will experience the realities of living in our fully connected society, where individuals and corporations are at risk of exposure by our ever-increasing reliance on networks and technology. Players will assume the role of Aiden Pearce, a new type of vigilante who, with the help of his smartphone, will use his ability to hack into Chicago“s central operating system (ctOS) and control almost every element of the city. Aiden will be able to tap into the city“s omnipresent security cameras, download personal information to locate a target, control systems such as traffic lights or public transportation to stop a chase, and more. The city of Chicago is now the ultimate weapon. ...Watch_Dogs will be available on PS4 at launch, along with its release on the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, the Wii Uâ„¢ system from Nintendo and Windows PC. Yes, Watch_Dogs is also releasing for the PS3 and Xbox 360, but it's still nice to see that the first two next-gen consoles will both be getting the game as well. Plus, the game provide some interesting use of the GamePad, considering the game is centered around a smartphone. Whatever happens, we'll have to wait for the PS4 release to get our hands on any version. Will you be getting Watch_Dogs? Which version do you plan on getting?
  9. When you think about video game systems, "social" is not usually a word that comes to mind. Sony is hoping to change this with their PS4 thanks to a handful of features. First is the Share button on the controller which gives a player access to a whole social networking world as well as ways to share their gameplay content with others. The biggest positive to this is that players will be able to record and upload, or even stream live gaming content to others. If you'd like, you can upload a video of gameplay from just a few minutes ago to your PSN friends and it should not impact your game while playing. However, live streaming will also make an appearance, allowing your friends to watch you as you play through a level. Further intensifying this ability, it was also announced that even weirder features, such as having a friend take over you gameplay if you're stuck somewhere. It's certainly ambitious talk, but who knows if things like this will come to fruition Back to streaming, Sony have partnered with Ustream and Facebook which means your PS4 streams/video should also be accessible through those websites.
  10. One thing that always comes up when looking at upcoming systems is whether or not they will be able to play the previous console's games. For the most part, they do offer such compatibility, but not always. At times it has been due to changing media formats, and other times due to expense. The PS4 was revealed to be able to play PS1 to PS3 games, but not in the way you may be expecting. You see, the PlayStation Cloud streaming service will be what brings these aging games to you. With this service you will be able to play "everything everywhere". CEO of Gaika, David Perry, helped clarify this by saying that PS3 games are not "natively supported". It looks that Sony is banking very strongly on their cloud-based initiative. Thankfully everyone with a back catalog of PlayStation games still has their PS3, or maybe even other systems, and Sony is not going to come and steal them. Still, it's always a shame to realize that your media will not be supported on a new device. Would you buy games again to stream them on a PS4? Should Sony make a back catalog of PS and PS2 games freely streamable to Plus subscribers?
  11. Marcus Estrada

    Sony Finally Reveals PlayStation 4 Specifics

    Finally, we can put all old rumors to rest and focus on what is a reality for the recently-announced PlayStation 4 system. Sony's PS Meeting did not spend too long on the actual console itself, but a handful of specifics were revealed. Sorry, price is not one of those things (you'll probably need to wait until E3). The system will run on a x86 CPU with 8GBs of onboard memory. This supposed "supercharged" PC architecture was also consistently discussed as being easier for developers to harness. Hopefully that turns out to be the case considering it was something Sony struggled with against Microsoft's 360 in the past generation. There will also be a local hard drive, but no size was specified. It was also revealed that the leaked PS4 controller screenshots making the rounds were pretty much accurate. However, recall that Sony did change their controller design before (as with the "boomerang" shown widely to negative response). A front touch screen sits in the center of the controller as well as a share button. This button will allow you to share gameplay or screenshots across social networks. In addition, a 3D camera paired with it will be able to track the environment (similar to the Kinect). The very end of the conference also confirmed a long-standing rumor that the PS4 will be out in time for the 2013 holiday season. With that, now the wait in on to see if E3 unveils price tiers and other content.
  12. Over the past few weeks Sony has been doing little things to hype up their conference event. First, they revealed a website with only a teaser video and date. More recently, their PlayStation Evolution videos have tried to stir up happy memories of Sony's many years of consoles and games. Then there have been a boatload of rumors that the event is to reveal the next home system. Well, the event is tonight and everyone is invited to watch. There are a handful of ways to get the information as it happens too. First, you can simply head to the PS Blog and watch a live streaming video. Or, if you are one of the ten people who still has Home installed, it can be watched from there. If you just need information and not video, then their official Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ accounts will be updated as big news drops. We will also be providing all the big news as it breaks. Perhaps pop on the stream, jump in chat, and freak out over whatever Sony announces. PlayStation Meeting 2013 goes live today at 6PM EST/5PM CST/4PM MST/3PM PST.
  13. Marcus Estrada

    Sony Eating Up "Cloud" Domain Names

    So, there have been rumors about the upcoming PlayStation home system allowing for games to be streamed. It's an entirely plausible rumor, especially when you consider that Sony owns the game streaming service Gaikai already. They acquired the company during Summer of last year. Recently, Gaikai was noticed registering a handful of new domain names. What makes this point to the PlayStation brand and not just more PC-related (or even television) streaming? Well, the names themselves have PS in the title. The new domain names are as follows: PlayStation-Cloud.com/org PS-Cloud.net It isn't necessarily the case that these domain names will be used, but are created to keep others from staking a claim on them. In doing so, they may be revealing their plans a bit as well. Things seem to now be pointing toward the rumor of streaming games on Sony's next console being true. If this turns out to be true, we'll probably see it during tomorrow's conference! Do you think streaming games will be a new addition to PS Plus?
  14. A new report from the WSJ says that the next Playstation, widely believed to be unveiled next week on Feb 20th, will be able to stream PS3 games. This function would be possible using technology made available through Gaikai, which you might remember Sony purchased last year for $380 million. The report states that Sony is heavily investing in Gaikai's technology for the next generation Playstation. This rumor would seem to be backed by the fact that, despite the huge cost of acquiring Gaikai, Sony has not yet revealed what their purpose would be, causing many analysts in 2012 to speculate that the streaming tech would play a huge part in their next generation platform. Another thing to consider is that this would be easiest way to achieve backwards compatibility with the PS3, given that its successor is rumored to back way from the Cell processor and be based on much different architecture. Stay tuned for more info as Sony unveils "the future of Playstation" at its media event in New York this coming Wednesday. Via: Polygon Source: WSJ
  15. It had been a while since we'd last heard anything about The Last Guardian until Fumito Ueda posted a small update on his site. He let fans know that the game was still being worked on despite the length, as well as other issues. There's no doubt that the game has been in development for a very long time now since it was first announced in 2009. Is it possible that after all this time they have just decided to shoot for the next console cycle? That's the rumor going around on NeoGAF thanks to the postings of Kenny Linder. Linder was previously employed by Sony UK's internal studio Bigbig, which closed down last year. He states that the game has been "PS4 for a long time now." He also imparts more possibly insider knowledge with the following: "I don't know, but I know it's been in development on Orbis for a long time now. It's platform has been questionable for nearly two years, but the last time it was restarted (it's been restarted a number of times), it was moved to Orbis." Do you think The Last Guardian will arrive for the next Sony system or will it be one of the last big games for PS3?
  16. Jordan Haygood

    New Call of Duty Coming Within the Year

    It sure hasn't been long since we got a Call of Duty game, and already Activision is ready to release another. During a post-earnings financial call, Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg revealed that they have plans to release a new entry before the year is up. Of course, Activision doesn't expect this new game to perform quite as well as their most recent entry, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, which broke sales records. "The Call of Duty franchise continues to set the bar for innovation and we expect the new Call of Duty game in development for 2013 to raise that bar even higher," said Hirshberg. "There is increased volatility this year due to the ongoing console transition, which makes predicting the future more challenging than during normal years in the cycle. For Call of Duty, consistent with our past practices, we are planning for the mainline release in Q4 to be down versus 2012." Who will be developing this unnamed Call of Duty title? That hasn't been announced yet, but it will probably be one of the five developers involved with the franchise: Infinity Ward, Treyarch, Raven Software, Sledgehammer Games, and Neversoft Entertainment. Are you ready for a new Call of Duty game?
  17. Jordan Haygood

    The Witcher 3 Might Not Be the Last

    It hasn't been that long since The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt was officially announced, and with the announcement, a statement made by head of development studio CD Projekt Red Adam Badowski about how the game would be the last. In the announcement press release, Badowski said "people may ask if this is really going to be the last Witcher game. Yes, it is. Why? Because we believe that we should end the series on a high note." However, It now seems that the developer might not be ready to end the entire series with the third game after all. What Badowski actually meant, according to Eurogamer, is that The Witcher 3 will simply be the game to end the current trilogy, not the series as a whole. CEO Adam Kicinski also stated that the "franchise will be continued." Joystiq contacted CD Projekt Red on the matter, and was told that "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will wrap up the saga of Geralt of Rivia, but we do leave open the possibility of returning to the Witcher world." With all this clarification, we should definitely be expecting more Witcher in the event that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt does well enough to warrant a sequel. Are you a fan of the Witcher series? Are you happy to hear the possibility of more Witcher games coming after the current trilogy ends?
  18. According to the website of their parent company ZeniMax Media, Bethesda Game Studios appears to be looking for programmers for an unknown upcoming project for next-gen consoles. Bethesda is, of course, responsible for such classics as Fallout 3 and the Elder Scrolls series, so it's possible that this could be in one of those universes. This could even support hints of a possible Fallout 4 being in the works, for all we know. The job listing on ZeniMax Media's website calls for a "Future Generation Console Programmer," and they will be looking for "experienced programmers to work on cutting-edge technology for an unannounced game on future-generation consoles." Anyone who wishes to apply must have no less than five years of game development experience, must have shipped several games, and must have "extensive experience" with PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Aside from that, having worked with DirectX 11 and spent some time with Bethesda's own games will really help your chances. With rumors of Sony's and Microsoft's next-gen consoles flying around in swarms, and with an upcoming PlayStation event expected to involve the announcement of the PS4, such a job listing can only make gamers more anxious for the arrival of these companies' new consoles to the next-gen party. What do you hope this unannounced game is? Fallout 4? Elder Scrolls VI? Or perhaps a new IP?
  19. Rumors for Sony's and Microsoft's next-gen consoles have been pouring in a lot lately, with anonymous sources spouting technical specs and others speaking of a 2013 release date. None of these rumors have been proven as of yet, but it appears that Sony's own CEO Kazuo Hirai has provided some interesting hints about his plans on timing for the PS4, suggesting that they might wait until Microsoft makes their move. "Why go first when your competitors can look at your specifications and come up with something better?".said Hirai when asked about console release windows. This train of thought mirrors Nintendo's reason for waiting on releasing their tech specs too early before releasing their own next-get console, so some could see this as a good business move. But keep in mind that Hirai hasn't officially stated this as a company decision of the PlayStation business, so it is unknown if his colleagues feel the same way. One senior source of CVG told them that it would be "ridiculous" to give the next Xbox another head-start when you consider how much ground Microsoft gained last time by launching the 360 a year before the PlayStation 3. Whether Sony does wait for Microsoft before releasing their new home console or attempts to gain more ground on them this generation remains to be seen. We'll surely hear some info in the months to come, though, and E3 seems like as likely a time and place as any. Do you expect Sony to wait for Microsoft before releasing their console as their CEO suggests or do you think they'll try releasing it before them to gain more ground?
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