Product archive: Playstation 4 Archives - Twinfinite [ 62 ]

ps4_logoSony’s Playstation 4 is the latest generation of console hardware, released on November 15, 2013 the system is the first of the line to incorporate x86 technology developed by AMD for the system. The Playstation 4 works to offer larger community interaction, higher interactive offerings via Streaming online or to the Vita and enhanced controls found in voice commands and the newest Dual Shock controller.

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Playstation 4 Hardware Specs:
CPU: Semi-custom 8-core AMD x86-64 APU | GPU: Semi-custom Radeon GPU | Memory: 8GB Unified GDDR5 | Storage: 500GB HDD (user expandable)

PlayStation Camera Back In Stock At Best Buy, Amazon

A key peripheral for the PlayStation 4 has come back into stock online at leading retailers Best Buy and Amazon today; the PlayStation Camera. The peripheral, which exploded in popularity in conjunction with the insane popularity of Twitch streaming on Sony’s next generation platform, has been out of stock for quite some time at retailers physical and digital. The camera will run you around $60.00 at both stores. Worth noting is that we do not know if they are back [...]

Project Morpheus Feedback? PS1/PS2 Support on PS4 with 1080p Rendering?

Good news Sony gamers! Ahsan Rasheed, a mysterious Twitter oracle, tweeted a few things to be excited about regarding Sony’s future plans for the PS4 late last night. He started off listing the fact that there are upcoming updates for the Bluray and Media Player, plans for local PS2 and PS1 support with native 1080p rendering for select titles. What I found more interesting was that he mentions that Sony has asked for criticism from third parties about the Morpheus and [...]

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Review – Almost There

It would be careless of me not to mention the circus surrounding the announcements of Metal Gear Solid V — A fake trailer, from a fake studio, with a bandaged face lead who’s first name happens to be an anagram for Kojima. All this buffoonery points to some of my major issues with the Metal Gear Solid series, and moreover, Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes; Kojima seems equally bored and enamored with something he created twenty-odd years ago, and is now imprisoned [...]

PlayStation 4 Software Update Bringing Requested Features

According to a post on the PlayStation Blog today, the software update coming to the PlayStation 4 sometime in the coming weeks will be implementing features that the players have demanded over the past few months. Some of the features that are being added with the update include an easy-to-use video editor that allows you to personalize your clips on the fly and export them to a USB drive by clicking the “Share” button on your controller. In addition, the [...]

Basement Crawl Review – Return From Whence You Came

Take a multi-player only game with no audience, the cheap haunted house your neighbor puts up every Halloween to scare infants, and a homage to Bomberman. Put it in a bag, then shake said bag, set it ablaze and you’ll have something resembling Bloober Team’s Basement Crawl for the PlayStation 4.  Basement Crawl takes the classic game-play of Bomberman and tries to, I don’t know, rejuvenate it? Players must navigate a grid-based maze and set traps in order to inflict damage on [...]


Delsin Has A Little Fun In inFAMOUS: Second Son Live Action Spot

inFAMOUS: Second Son is upon us, and Sony’s marketing blitz for the game is probably just beginning with the latest official live action spot. There’s something, I don’t know, rebellious about inFAMOUS: Second Son’s protagonist, Delsin. He wears a beanie, a plaid shirt and a tattered jean vest — no cape, or tights in sight. He strikes me as the type of guy that would lead the D.U.P. on a wild goose chase throughout Seattle, which makes this live action spot all the [...]

Next PS Vita Game for 2014 Is…Cheesy?

Of all the games of mice and men, the ones about mice are pretty hilarious. That’s why Curve Studios is excited to announce their first PS Vita game of 2014 is…*drumroll*… MouseCraft! Mousecraft, which is actually not a mouse version of Minecraft, is an indie puzzle game that pits you against the classic “cheese in a maze”. You’ll manipulate a series of puzzle blocks to guide a group of mice to their dairy dreams, while being observed by what looks to be [...]


Ready to Run Coming to PS4

Beatshapers, the publisher who brought the world Canabalt, Furmins and Jetpack Joyride, are preparing to release their latest game Ready to Run; A RC car racing game exclusively for the PlayStation 4. Alexey Menshikov, CEO of Ukraine-based Beatshapers, took some time to layout some of the features Ready to Run would have over on the PlayStation Blog. Some of those features included a focus on real-time and asynchronous multi-player modes, in addition, to highly responsive arcade game-play. Personally, I’ve been yearning for a new Re-Volt, so I’m cautiously optimistic for this Ready [...]

Emulation on PS4 is Great News… For Gamers and for Libraries

One hot topic when a new console cycle begins is what to do about all those old games people have accumulated; do we need to keep everything plugged in, or will we be able to enjoy them on our fancy new hardware? If you’re a Sony fan, you now have an answer. According to a report by Digital Foundry, Sony’s streaming service, there are plans to introduce backwards compatibility for PS1 and PS2 games via local emulation software onto the [...]

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