Not really. These were features that Killzone Mercenary was built around - a game released in 2013.
That's more, Man-Bat. =p
Pretty much. I hear more people getting called "fa**ot" and "ni**er" than anything else.
Their last game was Ratchet & Clank Into the Nexus. When Insomniac works on console exclusives, they usually (save for two side R&C games) turn out pretty good.
Authors of these articles need to realize: 1) Publishers set the price for titles 2) Sony is currently working on a subscription model 3) PS Now is still currently in beta and thus can change before its official launch. 4) Even after its official launch, Sony has promised that the service will evolve and change 5) The service isn't meant to have universal appeal. 6) Instead of writing the...
@mrpsychoticstalker and others complaining about the service: If you really think the service is bad then tell Sony in a tactful and constructive manner how you would change it. Sony is looking for feedback from the beta testers. The best way to let Sony know your thoughts on the beta and how to make it better is by putting your thoughts on the Official PlayStation Now beta forums: 792d ago 22 agree5 disagreeView comment
True. Not to mention the yearly installments of *other* games that have a large following. People will be on to the next thing by that time next year. I guess that's the purpose. "Play on PlayStation or miss out."
Hopefully it's at a good price when it finally hits the consumer market.
NDA is for private beta which no details were given about. The experience at E3 is open for the press to talk about.
Do that for all systems and we can talk.
I already have all three.
The Japanese text in the image translates to what is said in the English text (for those who read Japanese out there).
To put this into perspective, that's about $470 USD. Still not really a good deal for the region considering the regular price there and the trade-in requirements.
"the new PS Vita Wi-Fi model (PCH-2000 series) will be available via the Borderlands 2 Limited Edition PlayStation Vita Bundle this Spring. The bundle will include the new slim PS Vita system in black, the first-person role-playing shooter hit Borderlands 2 with six DLC packs, and an 8GB PS Vita memory card – all for $199.99 (MSRP)." ...
@princejb134 Of course it is going to be tested on the PS4 and every other device. They're doing that internally at SCE for now.
This is just a closed beta. PlayStation Now will first launch on PS4 and PS3 in North America this Summer. Later, the PS Vita, certain mobile devices, and Bravia TVs will be included.
Puppeteer for $7? If you haven't played the game yet, you have a PS3, and $7 that you can spend, then YOU NEED TO GET THIS GAME! No more excuses!
The quote in this article was from the North American press release and North American Konami PR contacts. Not EU.
@dudeOplenty I find that hard to believe. If you actually contacted PlayStation about a faulty system, they would send you a box for free in the mail and ask you to send it to them for repair, replacement, or a refund. In fact, PlayStation has asked all retailers to direct PS4 returns to them (unless of course you got a product warranty with the retailer). That said, I got my system from Amazon too and it works great. Amazon is no stranger ...
The PlayStation 4 FAQ said that it will not be available at launch but will be enabled sometime in the future with an update.
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