Yesterday new Destiny themes were listed on the PSN store as part of the new HEROES program. Turns out the Destiny bronze heroes theme looks pretty good and comes with custom sounds and backgrounds.
Looks more static than dynamic. Not bad looking overall, just not dynamic in my opinion.
More static like you say, tell you what though I do like the dynamic themes, it'd be nice if Xbox had them, they look really nice some of them.
The only problem I have with it is the huge Bungie and Destiny logos. I like the artwork but I don't really want my background branded by a developer.
Could be worse, it could say "Activision" :)
I don't know, but I haven't seen a better theme then the old TLOU dynamic theme for PS3, was the best IMO. Wish it could be brought back for PS4.
To be fair, we are less than half a year into themes on PS4, and TLOU theme was years after the first theme on PS3. Pretty sure we will see much better given enough time.
So by your logic, everything learned on the designing of themes for PS3 (8 years) has been forgotten? That doesn't make much sense.
My personal fave from ps3 was the wipeout one, not sure if there was others but the one I had was like the vehicles being built and means tested etc like a crash testing facility. Also that safari one (for Afrika I think?) that was free for Japanese users was pretty cool (had to make a fake jap profile to get it, and figure out how to navigate the foreign store :P) ALSO! I miss making your own static themes like you could on ps3. I spent hours in photoshop making my own custom icons, my favourite was a Calvin and Hobbes one I made. With personal music via USB being supported now on ps4 I can't see why we can't make our own static themes and upload them with USB. I want to secretly change my flatmates ps4 background to a police sketch of him saying "Do not trust this man". Thats all I ask.
It looks pretty awesome.
i want a bloodborne theme ! :<
That theme looks great!
Sound is good as well
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