Typically, unboxing and teardown videos don’t come out until after a new gadget hits the market, but Sony decided to beat third parties to the punch by letting their own engineer take apart the shiny new PS4 console.
There are many areas around the US that have speedy broadband Internet service, but some of us still labor behind incredibly slow connections that take forever to download large files.
With the impending launch of the PS4, the premier launch title Killzone: Shadow Fall is getting a lot of press.
Good news for the PlayStation nation. It seems like the Dualshock 4 controller designed for the PlayStation 4 works with the PlayStation 3 console too. YouTuber Udetto, who writes for German gaming site Computer Bild Spiele, discovered the backwards compatibility while fiddling with a debug version of the PlayStation 4.
At tonight’s pre-E3 press conference, Sony finally showed off the physical hardware for the PS4. Sure, we already know a whole lot about the next-gen PlayStation’s specs and capabilities, but it’s always nice to have a piece of actual hardware to ogle.
If you drooled at the PS Vita hack we saw last year that allowed for Remote Play via PS3, check this out. Sony may have found a solution to the PS Vita’s languishing hardware sales and intrigued more Sony faithful in one fell swoop.
Sony today posted a video announcing that more details about the PS4 will be revealed during E3. In digging through the 39-second-long video, I found plenty of juicy tidbits which give a sense of the industrial design of Sony’s next-gen console.
Earlier tonight, Sony strutted its stuff with the new PS4 – albeit without actually showing the console – along with a number of new games headed to the next-gen console. Sony has now posted high-def announcement trailers for five of the titles shown tonight, and I’ve compiled them for you guys here.
After months of anticipation, Sony today announced their next-generation PlayStation console, the PS4. Despite showing off the controller (which we’ve already seen,) Sony continues to be evasive about showing off the console itself, or discussing pricing.
An image has surfaced showing off what appears to be a prototype controller for the upcoming PlayStation 4 (aka “PlayStation Orbis) console. The photo shows a controller that looks largely like a Dual-Shock, but with the addition of a smooth area in the middle that could be a touchscreen of some sort.
I can only imagine how bad it would’ve sucked if Sony had decided to make its next-generation game console, expected to be called the PS4 only support downloadable games. Maybe Sony learned its lesson with the PSP Go and the mega fail that was download only video games.