One of the biggest surprises during the PlayStation E3 press conference last night was the announcement of a new PS4-exclusive game starring Marvel’s ultra-popular web-slinger. The crimefighter from Queens looks a lot different, though.
The new Doom is a surprise on multiple levels.
Overwatch is to big-budget release bonanzas what eclipses are to the rest of the sky. It’s a multi-million dollar production fueled by laser-targeted marketing. Even Game of Thrones had to glom onto its underbelly to avoid being unceremoniously forgotten. Anyway one of its most crucial sounds was made by a beer can.
Whether you’ve just unwrapped a brand new PS4 or you’ve had one since launch day in November 2013, you probably haven’t explored everything Sony’s powerhouse console has to offer—no doubt you’ve been too busy gaming. Join us on a tour of 10 of our favorite PS4 tips, from upgrading its internals to streaming games to…
The rumors are already flying that we’ll be getting a new PS4 soon. Well, sort of. It won’t play different games than the current PS4 does, it will just play them better. This is all in aid of making a PS4 that can handle the beefy graphics requirements of Playstation VR, and do what the original PS4 should have done:…
Sony is currently planning a new version of the PS4 with increased graphical power and games running at 4K resolution, developer sources tell Kotaku.
Nobody gives a shit about VR.
The PlayStation 4 is an unexciting video game console, all things considered. It’s a box that you put under your TV, and it plays video games. Slowly but surely, it’s getting better at doing that. The games it plays are also getting better and more numerous. Slowly, but surely.
If you’re running out of space on your PS4, a hard drive replacement may be in order—and it’s so easy you can do it yourself in no time at all. Here’s how.
If your PlayStation 4 looks a little different today, that’s because your machine probably updated overnight with firmware 3.00. While it’s a system update less sweeping than its version number implies, and the launch hasn’t been without hiccups and oversights, it comes with some pretty nifty new features.
What’s the most annoying thing about the PlayStation 4? Is it perhaps the jet-engine-like sound it makes, or the capacitive buttons that eject your disc at the slighest provocation? Sony’s latest PS4 solves those woes.
Sony’s announced the big features coming to PlayStation 4’s upcoming 3.00 firmware update, and there’s lots to get excited about.
The next major firmware update for PlayStation 4 owners is coming in the near future, but Sony’s looking for beta testers. If you’d like to sign up and have a sneak preview of what’s coming, sign up over here. Everything kicks off in early September.
Gosh, wouldn’t it be nice to play a little Bloodborne tonight? Shame my wife will be using the TV. If only I had a way to stream games from my PlayStation 4 to another device. How about a hacked version of the PS4 Remote Play app that works on Android phones and tablets—and my Nvidia Shield? Yes. Yes. That will do…
Retailers took their time, but this is an amazing set of Black Friday gaming deals. Deals will be hyperlinked as they go live.
There will be PS4 bundles at some point in the Black Friday/Cyber Monday craziness that include games like GTAV and The Last of Us, but with this $330 PlayStation 4, you don't have to worry about actually wanting all the games in the bundle, and you won't pay tax in most states. This is the best PS4 deal so far, so…
UPDATE (11/5/14): The new v2.01 update appears to fix the widespread Rest Mode issue, so if you've downloaded that, it should be safe to put your system in hibernation again.
Proving the theory that anyone will sue anyone for anything, a legal firm filed a class-action lawsuit for $5 million against Sony yesterday because the multiplayer mode in PS4 game Killzone: Shadowfall doesn't run at a "native" resolution of 1080p.
Playstation Now, the service that will let you stream old Playstation games on your new Playstation (and pretty damn well) will be going into open beta on July 31st. It'll come to PS4 first, but later PS3, Vita, and select Sony smart TVs (Dual Shock 3 controller required).
You’re heading to the store to get a PS4 right now, and need to know which games to get. (Keep your eyes on the road, please!) Or you’re home, all set up, realizing you want more stuff to play. Or maybe you’re suiting up for a battle in the console war, applying your facepaint and trying to remember which games will…