Bungie’s highly anticipated game Destiny will be released on September 9th, 2014, according to a post on the company blog. This new title appears to have some interesting and experimental ideas attached to it, and given Bungie’s pedigree it’s no surprise fans have been clamoring for it.
We first shared the design pillars of Destiny less than one year ago. We promised to redefine what players should expect from a Bungie game. We said we wanted to change the way…
For those of us that only had access to the PlayStation 4 from Friday last week, there was one very big feature missing. “What’s New” has been touted as a social feed to keep up with all your PlayStation gaming, and yet it had to be turned off to deal with the sheer amount of people logging into the PlayStation Network. Now it’s back, and we can finally see what all the fuss is about.
And actually, there’s a lot…
Sony have this morning announced that their PlayStation 4 console, launched this past weekend in Europe, has sold 2.1 million units worldwide. That's a record breaker, folks, and it still hasn't released everywhere.
Some were surprised when the learnt that Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and The Phantom Pain would be two separate games, but perhaps they'll be more surprised by the length of time that it's going to take between the two. Hideo Kojima took to Famitsu this week and said that Konami had come up with the idea of a prologue title after realizing just how far from finished The Phantom Pain was.
Well, after a rather explosive episode of The Walking Dead aired this week, I’m sure we’re all hoping to find some way of getting our franchise fix to tide us over until the show continues in February next year. “Coincidentally,” TellTale is on hand to provide.
The official TellTale Twitter account yesterday confirmed that the first episode of season two of The Walking Dead would debut later this month. The episode will be called “All That Remains,” and ...
The PlayStation 3's launch was full of potential, but in the end fell short of instant love. Sony had underestimated the importance of social and online features and so had paled in comparison to Xbox 360 in that regard, and the cost and available games did nothing to help the situation. Sony hasn't made the same mistake twice. The PlayStation 4 is the perfect console for today, with room to grow as the industry does.
Looking to spend some digital cash tomorrow, but want to make sure you're not getting entirely ripped off? Earlier this week, there were reports of high pricing on the PlayStation Store and... there still is. But it's come down to match retail stores (which is to be expected) and now shouldn't be too rough on those virtual wallets.
Was going to pick up a PlayStation 4 but suddenly felt a little nervous after hearing nightmare stories from the US launch? Don't worry. Sony UK boss Fergal Gara today revealed that they've used the small gap between the UK and US launches to fix some of the issues the system had over the pond.
Last generation was far too long, and while it allowed for the development of impressive platform-pushers like The Last of Us, it also led to reduced sales and even studio closures. Thankfully, it seems Sony will be swapping things out a little more this time around, with the PlayStation 4 lifecycle reduced over its predecessor.
Sony have revealed the apps that'll be available on the PlayStation 4 when it launches later this week. Those hoping to completely replace their PlayStation 3 will be happy to know that all the major ones are there day one, and that there will be a lot more available to download between now and Spring 2014.