PS4

The Banner Saga finally gets PS4, Xbox One release date

The Banner Saga finally gets PS4, Xbox One release date

The Banner Saga, one of the earliest games to find major success on Kickstarter, has been on a bumpy road to console release following its original debut on PC in 2014. The viking-themed turn-based combat game was supposed to come to consoles shortly after the PC version, but kept getting pushed back year after year due to difficulties with porting. Fortunately for fans the wait is finally over, as developer Stoic has announced that The Banner Saga is hitting PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 12th.

Continue Reading

PS4 gets new Call of Duty: Black Ops III standard edition bundle

PS4 gets new Call of Duty: Black Ops III standard edition bundle

With Call of Duty: Black Ops III having already been released on consoles and PC for over a month now, it might seem like an odd time for Sony to include the game in a new PlayStation 4 system bundle. However, with PlayStation now being the official home of the Call of Duty series, basically meaning they get DLC packs and other content earlier than other platforms, Sony is betting on the bundle being a big seller this holiday season, especially for those who haven't picked up the game yet.

Continue Reading

Guitar Hero Live launches Rival Challenges

Guitar Hero Live launches Rival Challenges

Just like with a real guitar, when you've played Guitar Hero long enough, you start to master the songs. But unlike a real guitar, you're not going to bust out your skills on stage for anyone, because it's still just a game. When you've got friends over, it's always fun to challenge them to a head-to-head match. But what about when you want to have that same kind of fun, but there's no one else around? Well, there's a new mode for that.

Continue Reading

PS4 video editor Sharefactory updated with time lapse, slow motion effects

PS4 video editor Sharefactory updated with time lapse, slow motion effects

Sony has released a new updated for the PlayStation 4's built-in video editing app, Sharefactory, which gives gamers the ability to trim and edit gameplay clips before sharing them online. Now at version 1.07, the Sharefactory update includes features such as the ability to add slow motion and time lapse effects to videos, two of the most requested options, Sony notes. Now editors can speed up game footage to get to the good parts, or slow down the scene to that highlights their skills.

Continue Reading

European PS2 titles look worse than their US counterparts on the PS4

European PS2 titles look worse than their US counterparts on the PS4

Recently Sony has started to make older PS2 games available for download on the PS4. While no one really wants to pay for games that they've already purchased on an older platform, it's nice to still be able to play those older games without having to dust off an old console. However, European users might find that their experience isn't quite as good as you'd find in the US.

Continue Reading

Final Fantasy VII for PS4 lets you cheat

Final Fantasy VII for PS4 lets you cheat

Over the weekend, Square Enix finally delivered Final Fantasy VII to the latest generation of consoles. Of course, this isn't the remake that we've all been clamoring for. We did get some news about that version, and a peek at just what it will look like. However, if you're interested in the original, we've got some tips for you.

Continue Reading

Rock Band 4 gets a brutal new mode

Rock Band 4 gets a brutal new mode

You might think that Rock Band hasn't changed a lot since it originally debuted back in 2007. However, since its inception, Harmonix has put a lot of effort into making the game more realistic, with things like “pro” modes for the guitar and drums. Well this week, they're bringing a new update to the game that adds a completely new level of difficulty.

Continue Reading

Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Next