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Submitted by vflhp 517d ago | opinion piece

Three First Party PS4 Launch Lineup Titles We Need

MouseEatsCat writes:

"Hardware can only do so much. So when Sony presumably announces the PS3 successor later today, have no doubt, this console will need to be simply amazing. It’ll need to be able to withstand time in an era where technology moves so fast. And it needs to be buyable – as in practical to the average gamer at a reasonable cost. But that’s not all the PS4 needs. Sony better make sure they have an exciting PS4 launch lineup of first party games. And here are the three we think are most important:" (PS4, Sony)

thirtyandnerdy  +   517d ago
With games like Killzone and Uncharted, because they already look so good, I wonder what the extra horse power will enable these franchises too look like when given the next gen treatment? Yeah, better textures, extra smooth framerate, and crazier particle effects... But I wonder what else. Will the tech allow for even more fluid and innovative gameplay? Will Drake's spectacular jumps look a little less jerky? Hopefully we'll find out soon. =)

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