How PS4 tech could shake up stealth games forever – from touchscreen throttling to Facebook access

OPM: Stealth games haven’t really changed since Snake first climbed out of the water way back on PS1. There are walls. You hide behind them. Strangle people. You know the drill. However, PS4′s heaving feature-set could completely shake up the way we sneak, snipe and sleuth forever.

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j-blaze1164d ago

one of the most stupid and unnecessary articles i've ever read, leonHurley, do us a favour and stop submitting stories from this joke of a site

Aghashie1164d ago

Opinions are opinions... There will always be somebody who want to listen what others have to share.

So. I have to disagree w u on this one. But u know... Thats just my opinion.

l4nnister1164d ago

Facebook? Really... what's the point?

Aghashie1164d ago

I don't know. Maybe Mantis will trow at u with something like "your girlfriend is having a passionate conversation w her ex on facebook."


That may put anybody out of cosentration...

Dan_scruggs1164d ago

Oddly enough no one wrote this article about the WiiU. A system that has not only a tough screen but also has a "gasp" actual screen. Reminds me on the days when Sony peeps tried to make the six axis sound like it was the future and not just a tacked on flinch reaction to Nintnedo's motion controls.

Sketchy_Galore1164d ago

I think the point is that the PS4 combines these otherwise gimmicky seeming innovations with actual technical boundary pushing games, making for the possibility of games we've never before seen anything like. The WiiU had its controller but it was a current gen system released as the console generation ended for everyone else and the vast majority of its 'hardcore' games are ports of old current gen games from the other systems. The most wrong this article could be is if neither the WiiU nor the PS4 revitalise the stealth genre. You can't complain about them not speculating about the WiiU revitalising stealth upon its release when it's been out for a while now and has clearly not even come close.

Aghashie1164d ago

No doubt I am curious about what the future will bring us. Augmented reality, second screen, gyro-scoping, 3D, new motion technology...

I played Killzone 3 using the Sharpshooter and the whole experience was unique, diferent from anything played before. So, I won't be mad if they try to push new technology onto video games.