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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)

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PAX East – Road Not Taken Hands-On Impressions

Walking up to Spry Fox’s Road Not Taken‘s booth instantly sets the tone for the game. Banners of the games subtle, chilling aesthetic hang above a demo table dressed with flowers. Road Not Taken is a beautiful puzzle, roguelike about building relationships and sacrifice. The demo starts with the mysterious hooded ranger being rowed into town. Upon arriving, a grieving mother pleads with the ranger to help find her child; that is the rangers task. Saving children from the grasp of the [...]

New Evolve Screenshots Showcase Impressive Beasts

If you’ve ever dreamed of becoming a hulking beast and bashing your friends’ virtual brains in, then you should be on the lookout for Evolve, the upcoming title from Turtle Rock Studios. The multiplayer shooter pits prey against predator, as players will choose a daring hunter or gruesome monster in a competitive 4v1 match. Six new screenshots of Turtle Rock’s title surfaced today, giving some insight into the evolving monsters and 4v1 game style. Most of the images showcase the awesome [...]

PAX East – JetGetters Hands-On Impressions

JetGetters, from tinyBuild, successfully mashes two utterly antithetical game concepts together. It takes the shenanigans of the grappling hook from Just Cause 2 and combines it with the intense dog fighting from the Battlefield series. The hook, however, is that JetGetters is not so much focused on the one-to-one simulation Battlefield attempts. In fact, tinyBuild has put an emphasis on ensuring the game felt great to play, which it undoubtedly does. The build I got hands on with was showcasing some of the core game-play mechanics. With hijacking being the [...]

PAX East – Don’t Starve: Reign of Giants DLC Hands-On Impressions

After I was introduced to Don’t Starve by PlayStation (the game is free for PS+ Members), I was instantly in love. Don’t Starve is challenging and addictive with a twisted sense of humor. Think Minecraft with a Tim Burton art style except where you’re constantly under threat of being killed. Besides the obvious danger of starving to death, Don’t Starve features enemies and environmental elements that persistently aim to kill you and it is up to the player to manage [...]

PAX East – Evolve Hands-On Impressions

Evolve is freakin’ awesome. Walking toward the Evolve booth and seeing the gaping jaws of the Goliath certainly sends a chill down your spine and sets the tone for the game you’re about to jump into. Evolve‘s gameplay is fast-paced, requires an enormous amount of strategy and/or teamwork, and is an exhilirating experience. Alex and I actually got to play the game hands-on and walked away with our jaws on the floor. Here’s a character breakdown below the jump.

The Last of Us Remastered Officially Confirmed for Next-Gen Release

Sony has officially announced The Last of Us Remastered for the PS4. With all the fans clamoring for a PS4 version of the game, along with the banner advertisement on Sony’s website, this announcement should come as no surprise to fans of the game. The US PlayStation blog has released more details about what the remastered version entails and what kind of improvements have been made.

Transistor Release Details for PS4 and PC Revealed

Supergiant Games has revealed the release date for their hotly anticipated title, Transistor while also revealing some answers about its release. The game will launch for PS4 and PC May 20th. The price for both PSN and Steam copies will go for $19.99 (and euro/GBP equivalent in Europe). This is also a worldwide launch and while audio will be in English, text will be available in English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, and Brazilian Portuguese. Those are the key facts [...]

inFAMOUS: Second Son’s Sales Surpasses 1 Million Mark

Just yesterday, a Neogaf user reported a rumor concerning inFAMOUS: Second Son’s sales breaking the one million mark. Well, Sony posted an entry on the US PlayStation blog today boasting Second Son’s sales for its first nine days since the game’s launch. Global sales of the game has “exceeded over 1 million units”, including both physical and digital purchases. This also means that Second Son is now the second PS4-exclusive title to have broken the one million mark, with the [...]

Secret Ponchos Will Be Early Accessing It up on PC

Switchblade Monkeys announced today that Secret Ponchos won’t just be limited to PS4 users, it’s opening up to the PC elitists as well. This summer, the new “spaghetti western” indie title will be available on Steam through Early Access to help with the development and get it to its full potential by the time it launches officially on PC and PS4. No word on when that will be, though. I’m excited for Secret Ponchos either way; I’m not alone in [...]


Why I’m Digging the New Wolfenstein Trailer

Put simply, it kicks ass. But I’m a fan of Wolfenstein: The New Order’s latest trailer for a few reasons. Let’s start with the brilliant decision to use the catchy Motown classic, “Nowhere to Run” by Martha and the Vandellas. I’m a huge sucker for juxtaposing bright, upbeat music with grim-as-fuck imagery, and Bethesda knows this. They used the radio in Fallout 3 to a similar effect: lively swing superimposed on a dying, post-apocalyptic wasteland. And like in Fallout 3, [...]

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