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  1. Sony will release two new Yakuza-themed custom PlayStation 4 consoles in Japan alongside the new Yakuza game, the company has announced. There's the Kazuma Kiryu Edition and the Mashima Goro Edition, both of which feature dragon artwork inspired by Yakuza tattoo design. Sony's selling them as special consoles, but the fancy design bits are laser-engraved HDD covers. They each come in either the console's Jet Black or Glacier White version and will cost ¥41,980 (which is about $350) when they're released on March 12, 2015. The special edition console will give buyers a small discount on the upcoming Yakuza Zero, a prequel to the open world crime-themed series that takes place in 1988, seven years before the events of the first Yakuza game. During its PlayStation Experience event earlier this month, Sony and Sega announced that Yakuza 5 will finally get a Western release, coming to PlayStation 3 via PSN in 2015. Sega and Sony also recently madeYakuza 4 and Yakuza: Dead Souls available to download. So far, Sony and Sega didn't announce plans to release Yakuza Zero and the special edition PS4s outside of Japan. The companies also haven't said whether Yakuza: Ishin, the first PS4 game in the series, will get a Western release.
  2. "I really believe it's year two when you tend to see those titles come through that start to define the whole generation." "I really believe it's year two when you tend to see those titles come through that start to define the whole generation." Though the PlayStation 4 has gotten off to a hot start, the console's best days are still to come, according to Sony UK executive Fergal Gara. In a new interview, Gara said the PS4 software lineup has been great so far, but explained that generation-defining games are still to come. "I really believe it's year two when you tend to see those titles come through that start to define the whole generation," he told IGN. "The best is yet to come on PS4. We've seen a brilliant start with the mega-franchises, like the FIFAs, Call of Duties, and the Assassin's Creeds, but we've also seen some strong new IPs launch--the likes of Destiny and Watch Dogs. But I think that the ones that are truly to define the generation are probably still to come, to be honest." Gara went on to say that history bears this out. He said the Original PlayStation didn't get its first "truly memorable" game until 1996, which was two years after the console's initial debut in Japan. "It shows that it does take some time for a platform to mature and for developers to make the best of it," he said. "In fact, you look at PS3, two of the highest-rated games of the entire cycle came in the last year with The Last of Us and GTA V. So it's a great sign of how things can progress over several years." Sony has a number of big-name games already lined up for PS4 in 2015, including Bloodborne, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, The Order: 1886, and No Man's Sky, among others. As we look to the future, what are you looking for from PS4? Let us know in the comments below!
  3. Even Nicolas Cage is scared. Do you think you're tougher than Nicolas Cage?# Even before we learned that it was a teaser for the next Silent Hill, P.T. was turning heads back in August. But in order to experience it yourself, you (or someone you know) needed to own a PlayStation 4. That's no longer the case, thanks to a Project Spark player on Xbox One. As demonstrated in the trailer above, Twitter user SpawnN8NE has recreated P.T. using Project Spark, Xbox One's free game creator tool. Known as R.T., the game--described by the trailer as "the world's second interactive teaser," playing on the terminology originally used for P.T.--has you navigating a creepy, seemingly abandoned house. I won't spoil things for you if you haven't followed the game closely, but suffice it to say it's best played in the dark and in an expandable pair of pants. The trailer itself is somewhat of a recreation of a P.T. trailer; at the very least, it has the night vision shots of a scared player making his or her way through the game. Only this time, it's not actually a player, but Nicolas Cage crying in Vampire's Kiss, which might actually be the scariest part about all of this. Silent Hills, the game P.T. was actually a playable teaser for, is currently in the works at Kojima Productions for PS4. Both Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima and film director Guillermo del Toro are involved with its development.
  4. GameSpot offers a breakdown on all the latest additions to the PlayStation 4 operating system. On Tuesday, October 28, Sony will implement sweeping changes to the PlayStation 4 operating system. Codenamed "Masamune," the console update adds numerous new features, from Share Play to a music player to YouTube integration. GameSpot was invited to PlayStation's UK headquarters to watch an hour-long demonstration of the technology, as well as ask questions on each aspect of the new firmware. Here are the key 26 takeaway facts from the event. Share Play 1) How it Works Share Play is an extraordinarily generous feature that allows friends who have PS4s to share their games across the internet. The process is somewhat straightforward though requires robust connection speeds and PlayStation Plus. Here's how it works: During any game, players can press the Share Button and an additional option, called "Share Play," appears in the menu. Once the option is selected, a Party is automatically created, and players then are asked which one friend they'd like to add to it. Once a friend is selected, a notification will appear on their PS4. After they accept the request, they are designated as a 'guest' and their system will link to the host's. By default the guest is just watching a live stream of what the host is playing. However, at any point the host can go to the Party menu and select "Give Controller to Guest". By doing so, the live footage being streamed to the guest can now be controlled too. 2) Share Play Co-Op This option is selected in the same way as Share Play, only this time the host selects "Play a Game Together" in the sub-menu. By doing this, any co-op game can be played, all from the host's PS4. 3) Share Play Resolution and Frame-Rate The footage streamed to a guest's PS4 will be significantly downgraded in resolution and frame-rate. There are no fixed numbers, because the visuals are determined by internet speed. As a rule of thumb, 1080p footage renders at a maximum of 720p on a guest's console. 60fps will almost certainly be halved to 30fps. 4) Share Play Recommended Internet Speed Sony is not disclosing a suggested internet speed for Share Play to work, because a desirable outcome is dependant on numerous factors, such as host and guest bandwidth, as well as distance between systems. Due to these factors, a representative for PlayStation was not keen on offering general internet speed recommendations when asked by GameSpot. 5) 60 Minute Time Limit (and Workaround) Each Share Play session is limited to sixty minutes, though once that expires, the host and guest can immediately start a new session. There are no restrictions on how many times users can activate Share Play, however, meaning they can theoretically play for as long as they like (though with the hour-interval interruptions). 6) All Games, No Exceptions Sony representatives claimed that Share Play works across all PS4 games. When asked whether publishers can opt-out, they suggested that there was no existing option to do this. When asked to clarify on the matter further, the representatives offered an unequivocal indication that Share Play will work on all released PS4 games, providing they do not need an additional peripheral. Publishers cannot opt-out of this, GameSpot was told. 7) Alphas and Betas Publishers have the option to restrict Share Play access to alpha and beta games. 8) PlayStation Plus Requirements Only the host of a Share Play session requires PlayStation Plus. The guest does not. However, in the case of co-op, both members require PS Plus. 9) Privacy The guest who watches the host's PS4 will not be able to see anything other than gameplay footage. If the host, for example, opens the system menu, the guest will be presented with a "please wait" placeholder screen. 10) Security The host can take back control of their game at any point, effectively limiting opportunities for guests to play in an unsportsmanlike manner. 11) Spoilers Some games can, by default, censor spoilers so that only the host can see them. 12) Upselling Once a guest finishes a Share Play session, an icon of the game they have just played appears on their PS4 home page. This is essentially a shortcut link to the game's corresponding PS Store page. YouTube 13) Video Uploads PS4 can now sync with Google accounts, and once done so, users will have the option to share their videos onto YouTube. The system works in exactly the same manner as the existing Facebook sharing process: press the share button, edit a clip, give it a title and description, and uploading will commence. Custom Themes 14) Colour Changes The PS4's classic blue system menu can now undergo a makeover, with seven new colours to choose from: Gold Red Dark Blue Green Purple Pink Grey. 15) No Custom Wallpapers Users cannot upload their own PS4 background wallpapers, but a Sony representative said the team is looking at feedback and will make a decision in the future. 16) Official Themes Sony, as well as third-party publishers and developers, can offer users their own game-specific themes for PS4. Social Areas 17) Live From PlayStation The Live From PlayStation page has been redesigned, now resplendent with a grid showing live streams of PS4 games. 18) Streamer Follow PS4 Users now have the option to follow broadcasters who appear on their What's New page. This interaction syncs with the broadcaster's Twitch channel. 19) Picture-in-Picture Users can now display a small windowed live stream whilst looking through the rest of the Live From PlayStation section. A representative for PlayStation appeared keen on the idea of expanding this picture-in-picture mode across the entire dashboard, but for now it only features in Live From PlayStation. Content Management 20) Homepage Tweak The homepage belt of most recently used games has expanded to 15 items. 21) No Folders Homepage folders will not be included in the 2.0 update. 21) Library Filters Content stored in the PS4's library can now be arranged and organised by content type, or alphabetically, or by most recently used, or by most recently installed. Music player 22) USB Uploads PlayStation 4 users can play music files, uninterrupted, during gameplay and when browsing the system. A mixer, found in the options, allows users to decide on how much music comes from the USB, and how much comes from the in-game audio. 22) Hard-drive Storage Sony representatives have said the reason why they now only allow music via USB is because they wanted to resolve the lack of music player as quickly as they could. They tell GameSpot that hard-drive storage option is not off the table, nor guaranteed. Other Additions 23) Enhanced Voice Commands The PS4 Camera will now respond to a few more demands. The system will not be powered on by voice, however. 24) No video playback via USB or Hard-Drives Sony has said users will still not be able to play downloaded video or movie files via the PS4. 25) Download Pausing Users can now pause active downloads and resume at a later date. 26) Twitter video The PS4 is still unable to allow users to publish video clips to Twitter.
  5. Here's how you invite friends to your "virtual couch." Sony has released a short video tutorial for Share Play, a new feature that allows you to share yourPlayStation 4 games with friends who don't own them. As you can see in the video, Share Play is accessed through the PS4's party menu. If you're the host, you'll see a new option for Share Play in the party menu, where you can select "Give Controller to Visitor." This will give the guest control of the game for up to an hour. The host will need to be a PlayStation Plus member to use this feature, but not the guest. If the guest is a PlayStation Plus member as well, you can use the Share Play feature to play a multiplayer game together without the guest having to own or download the game. Share Play, a feature Sony introduced at its Gamescom press conference as a "virtual couch" experience, is being added to PS4s this Tuesday in the v2.00 firmware update dubbed "Masamune." The update also adds YouTube sharing, themes, and a USB music player that effectively enables custom soundtracks. You can find out more about what's included in the "Masamune" update right here. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  6. Sony launches new PlayStation 4 "Friendly Competition" ad that emphasizes multiplayer. Sony has launched a new live-action PlayStation 4 commercial showing off regular people becoming professional basketball players, action heroes, and space-traveling warriors. The video is called "Friendly Competition." PlayStation marketing executive Guy Longworth says the new video is meant to emphasize the feeling you get when playing games with friends. "There's something special about grabbing your PS4 controller, sitting down with a friend, and starting up a game," he said in a post on the PlayStation Blog. "Whether side-by-side on the couch or online, there's nothing quite like getting ready for some real competitive or cooperative gaming." Given that the commercial was produced by Sony, you might expect it to feature only PlayStation games, but that is not the case, as the titles on display are NBA 2K15, Far Cry 4, and Destiny. These are all multiplatform games, though they do each have special content or features (The Stage for NBA 2K15; free co-op trials for Far Cry 4; multiplayer map for Destiny) that are exclusive to Sony platforms, at least for a period of time. In the case of Destiny, Sony even says that it is treating the Bungie-developed title like a first-party game. The PS4 celebrates its first birthday next month. The system has sold more than 10 million systemsworldwide as of August, which is beyond Sony's expectations for the console. Most recently, the NPD Group announced last week that the PS4 maintained its lead over the Xbox One in the United States during September. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post