The official Battlefield website has revealed the case in which PlayStation 4 games will come in. The image shows the case, a sleek plastic one, most likely made of the same material as the current PlayStation 3 case with the PS4 logo on a banner at the top.
Sony’s gaming systems have been difficult to develop for since the days of the PlayStation 2. At the time Sony didn’t care as it had market dominance. When Sony tried the same thing with the PlayStation 3 and its Cell processor, it suffered greatly. Developers moved to the Xbox 360 early on did not look [Read More]
During the Sony conference there was no indication of how much gamers will have to pay to be able to get their hands on the new PlayStation 4. When the PlayStation 3 first hit shelves buyers had to dig deep into their wallets, dishing out over £400/$600 for the console. Earlier speculation suggested that the [Read More]
PlayStation 4 users will be unable to play their games from the past generations of the Sony consoles directly from their disc however, they will be able to access games from PlayStation 1, PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 via cloud thanks to the new Gaikai streaming service. David Perry from Gaikai told the audience of [Read More]
The PlayStation 4 will be controllable from your smartphone and tablet. You will be able to chat with your PS4 friends and download games directly to the system from those devices. No other features were announced other then the fact that it will be working with your favourite platforms such as: Android IOS Web PSVita