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Submitted by YourSavior 1072d ago | news

PS4 Recap: PlayStation’s Top Game Creators Speak

One week ago, PlayStation 4 was announced in New York City in a presentation watched by more than 15 million people. We met the new DualShock 4 controller, soaked up some impressive hardware specs and services, and saw a barrage of upcoming PS4 games — from inFAMOUS: Second Son to Bungie’s new title Destiny.
During the presentation, Lead System Architect Mark Cerny remarked that PS4 was made “by game creators, for game creators.” To test that theory, we met with two of PlayStation’s top game creators, SCE Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida and SCE Worldwide Studios Senior Vice President Scott Rohde, to see which of PS4’s new features has them most inspired. (inFamous: Second Son, PS3, PS4)

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YourSavior  +   1073d ago
All these developers showing their love for the PS4 is raising my hype and excitement even more. This holiday season can't come soon enough!
seanpitt23  +   1072d ago
I just hope Uk/Europe gets it late this year instead of early next year
hazardman  +   1072d ago
PS4 will be great. It seems like the devs are all in on the new hardware, which is always great for gamers.
3-4-5  +   1072d ago
Yea it seems the whole gaming community for the most part is giving PS4 their full support.

I never thought for a second I would be interested in a Sony console. I've always hated the dual shock controller and the load times but both seem to have been fixed enough.

I'd still have to try out the controller and if it feels good then I might make a purchase.

I'd rather get the new Xbox because I've had the last 2 and loved them, but all the rumors about it sound terrible.

Can't wait for E3.
Clover904  +   1072d ago
I loved Xbox for years, but I had to buy ps3 after years of wishing I could play various exclusives. I've been a Playstation 3 fan ever since. The sheer variety of games is a gamer's dream. And though remote play on the ps3 is limited, from what I've experienced thus far, I can say this is one of my most exciting features of the ps4. I may get the new Xbox down the line (let's make Alan Wake 2 happen Microsoft!), but there is no doubt I'm picking up the ps4 day one.
MasterCornholio  +   1072d ago
"Bigger, better and more immersive game play only possible with a substantial increase in power"

I agree :)

Developers have fallen in love with the system and gamers as well. I expect a lot of great gaming experiences with the PS4.

This is what happens when a company listens to gamers and developers and chooses to fabricate a console based on their feed back instead of doing whatever they want while ignoring the pleas of gamers and developers everywhere.

Im glad that they got rid of crazy ken and its time for Nintendo to get rid of their CEO.
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