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?
In place of tonight's off-topic post, I thought I'd turn it over to you guys.
One of the biggest surprises of Sony's Wednesday evening press conference was the appearance of Braid lead designer Jonathan Blow. The outspoken indie game creator revealed this his team's next game, The Witness, would make its console debut on the PS4.
I went to Sony's over-hyped 2006 press conference and they showed the world a version of the PlayStation 3 that we never quite got. And so last night, I went to Sony's 2013 PlayStation 4 press conference wondering what new ways they'd planned to trick me.
It's a simple question: "Can the PlayStation 4 play used games?" After nearly a year of rumors, speculation and mysterious patents indicating that Sony could limit the play of pre-owned titles on its next-generation console we're finally getting answers—answers that leave us with more questions.
One of the oddest, most memorable parts of last night's PlayStation 4 announcement event wasn't a game or a piece of hardware. It was four dudes, standing still.
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.
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!
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.
Diablo 3 is coming to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, Blizzard just announced.
In a presentation by Ubisoft at the PlayStation 4 event, they talked a little bit about their upcoming title, Watch Dogs—which we reported as likely coming to next gen consoles last week. According to the presentation, you'll be able to control all sorts of things—like traffic, and folk's personal information.
No real news yet, but Square Enix's Shinji Hashimoto took the stage at today's PS4 event to say they're working on a Final Fantasy game, and that we should "please be excited for E3 this year." That's it.
More news from today's PlayStation 4 event: the ongoing tyranny of the polygon. No, but seriously though: here's Media Molecule on their latest project, which uses the move controller as a sculpting tool. It looks crazy cool for you creative types. Watch footage above!