PlayStation is bringing back the 90’s style, see through controllers to PS4. Three brand new crystal controllers are available for pre-order now, or will be released for sale in October 2017. Continue reading New DUALSHOCK 4 Crystal Controllers
Nyko is a company pretty well known for their charge stations, battery packs, and controllers. Over the past week, we’ve put their Dualshock 4 Power Pak to the test, and the results have been positive. If you have a PS4 and the controller’s battery life is too short for your liking, this is definitely a great option for you if you’d like to stay wireless. Take a look at our full Nyko Power Pak review below!
Alright, it’s rant time.
Every time the PS4‘s controller is mentioned on the internet, it seems to be followed by a wave of commenters talking about the things they dislike about the controller. Usually, the main gripe concerns the battery life, as the vocal commenters seem to think it doesn’t last long enough. I’m not saying their argument is invalid… alright, yes I am. I don’t understand the argument, and it really makes no sense. The DualShock 4’s battery life last between 7 and 10 hours, and for people to complain that it’s too short, we have a serious issue.
New game by Russian Developer Dinosaurum Without Memory has launched an official website earlier this morning, bringing an onrush of traffic to the upcoming Playstation 4 exclusive. The site is in Russian, but can easily be translated into any language.
It’s bright, it’s pretty, and it changes colors in different circumstances. But, it seems pretty unnecessary and drains a lot of power from the battery. The Playstation 4 Dualshock 4 controller was designed with a light bar at the top of the controller, that players have never really known why it was there.
It is Sunday again, which means a brand new Weekly Recap is here!
This week…CES 2014 took place, and with it we got some announcements that are of our concern. Interestingly enough, some old news have risen again for this week’s recap, so let’s take a look at them.
Sony’s customers respond well to streaming and spectator services.
The ability to share and record your gaming session on the PS4 straight from the Dualshock controller with a touch of a button was quite genious in my opinion and Sony could not have included it at a better time. Gamers are sharing their game time now more than ever as Sony has announced that 10% of all streaming on Twitch.tv is coming from the PS4.
Shuhei Yoshida, president of SCE Worldwide Studios has stated “PlayStation 4 is specifically designed so people can share their gaming experiences and interest in streaming live gameplay has surpassed our wildest expectations, We’re very excited to see gamers embrace live streaming from their PS4 system and we look forward to seeing how PlayStation gamers advance social gaming in the coming years.”
Twitch was available as a day 1 app on Xbox One but Microsoft announced that the Xbox One won’t be offering live-streaming of games until “the first part of 2014”.
The Xbox team have said that they are “working to ensure the initial Twitch on Xbox One broadcasting experience meets the expectations of the Twitch community,” and because of this the “feature won’t be available right away”.
It is Sunday again, and this only means a brand new Weekly Recap is due. This week, there have been some interesting news here and there, and I’ve been thinking about doing some changes, which I’ll elaborate on sometime soon.
But I know you’re here to see what was trending this week, so let’s get to it!
This post was quite viewed this week, but it isn’t really a news-article, so let’s just throw it in here:
Also, a couple of videos got popular:
The official fan-film in tribute to Naughty Dog’s masterpiece got a sequel, and is looking to crowd-fund a third one!
If you wanted to see every available mega-evolution, here’s the place to do so.
And now, the news:
The really popular streaming service got its servers compromised.
Activision was caught recycling cinematic scenes from a previous release, check out which.
Saving money for the “Black Friday”? Well, you might want to re-think that…
A list of PlayStation 3 games that are compatible with Sony‘s DualShock 4 controller.
The day before its official launch, Call of Duty: Ghosts was already getting hacked.
And just because I don’t post that many reviews, I just recently wrote one about Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us, I hope you enjoy it.
I’m sorry I lied in the title but it seems that this can’t be called a “mini” review after all!