My article on Monday about Respawn Entertainment's first post-Call of Duty game, a sci-fi multiplayer shooter, coming exclusively to the current and next-gen Xbox consoles, turned some heads. So did the part of the piece about Microsoft falling behind with their next-gen machine.
Let's all remember: we haven't seen the PlayStation 4 yet. Along with games that were purportedly running on the system specs, Sony's event last month only showed viewers the controller.
Sony has announced a partnership with Unity that'll let the popular dev tools work with their platforms, including PS4.
Ever try to drink out of a fire hose? Me neither, but I'd imagine that it might feel a little bit like trying to keep up with all the news that's pouring out about the PlayStation 4.
Among the bits of information dropped during last week's PlayStation 4 announcement was this from PS4 lead architect Mark Cerny, as he discussed the system's enhanced social features:
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot likes the PlayStation 4. Otherwise he wouldn't have showed up at Sony's big PlayStation 4 event last week, right?
The first thing that ever puzzled me about the man I used to know as SuperDaE was that he didn't sound Australian.
On CNBC last night, Sony CEO Jack Tretton implied that games for the company's newly-announced PlayStation 4 won't retail for more than $60.
In place of tonight's off-topic post, I thought I'd turn it over to you guys.
Did you miss last night's big PlayStation 4 announcement? Want to watch a highlight reel that has the benefit of being both a lot shorter than the actual event and quite funny? VideoGamer's Matt Lees has got you covered, with this "abridged version" of the event. I very much enjoyed this. Good show, guys.
Last night, during the big PS4 conference, Sony brought Gaikai's David Perry on stage to deliver some lofty promises for the new gaming console.
You have (probably) not held a PS4 controller yet. Neither have I. But Shuhei Yoshida has. He's the head of Sony's worldwide studios, so he better have!
Stemming fears of the always-online requirement still rumored strongly for the next Xbox, a Sony PR rep confirmed to Kotaku that: "PS4 games will be playable without an Internet connection."
Sure, it was fun to watch today's PlayStation 4 reveal from the comfort of your own home. But that was while it was going on. When it ended, the cameras cut away.
Destiny will be out for PlayStation 4, developer Bungie announced today.