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Sony has never released drivers for any of their console hardware to work on PC. I doubt they will start now. PC gamers will be stuck with Oculus, HTC, Ant VR, and a couple others, for VR outside of the PS4.

Sony has let 3rd parties make PS/PC cross platform hardware (like the Logitech GT racing wheels), but they have never done it with their own stuff -- PS Eye, Move, DS3, DS4, the new camera, etc.

I guess their USB headsets do work on PC, though... maybe... #33.1
6d ago by Ulf | View comment
A platform? Isn't that what MS called Kinect 1.0?

A little worrisome, since that it implies that, like Kinect, games will need to be designed specifically for it, and that it may not have the numbers to justify great games.

Sony REALLY needs to let the Morpheus run under the Windows 10 Holographic API, so that PC gamers can choose it as an alternative to Oculus, HTC, etc... that will allow PS4 devs to justify putting more money into developing PS4 Morphe... #31
6d ago by Ulf | View comment
I hate to say it, but Mark Cerny is a pretty poor story-driven game designer... yeah lookin' at you Knack. Marble Madness is really the only great game he ever "designed", per se -- he's helped with a lot, I'll give him that. He worked on games like Crash Bandicoot 2, Resistance 2, etc, but he wasn't the creative force behind them.

Marble Madness was a game designed well, in that it was a great, innovative technical puzzler. Exactly the kind of ga... #45
6d ago by Ulf | View comment
What an idiotic article. They mention that MS said "requires publisher approval", and then complain that all the games on the initial list are MS published titles.

Duh, of course those are gonna be the first ones available.

If the BC service is limited, it won't be MS' fault -- it'll be publishers who say "no, we'll do a remaster instead". Lets face it, they DON'T want you playing 360 games, because someone already pa... #20
11d ago by Ulf | View comment
If Sony "won" E3, because E3 is about hype, then I suppose so, sure.

Microsoft is definitely winning this holiday season, as far as exclusives go, however. There is no denying that.

Of all the games at the show, I was most excited about Horizon (and Holographic Minecraft), but it's definitely not coming out any time soon. It doesn't count if you can't play it on the show floor, in my book. Sony has played the TLG card before, so that... #8
11d ago by Ulf | View comment
...and they lost last year.

We're talking about this year's E3, bro. #1.3.1
11d ago by Ulf | View comment
Sony is winning?

Sorry, but if I'm gonna VR, it's gonna be on my PC, and with an Oculus. That counts as a win for MS, in my book.

The PS4 is a great piece of console hardware... but given that it's only barely able to pull off 1080p, I have my doubts as to whether or not pulling off STEREO 1080p, and at 60 Hz to boot, is really viable... yeah we all know it's not.

PC is the VR rig for me, and if the XB1 uses it, sure, maybe I... #27
21d ago by Ulf | View comment
I have a Vita, 2 PSPs, and 2 3DS... If I had to choose one to keep, it'd be the Vita, no question.

Best handheld ever made. Helps that I converted most of my UMDs to digital, by selling the physical games on eBay. =) #6
38d ago by Ulf | View comment
Denying a contributor their due in the credits is extremely dishonorable, and a vile action, irregardless of the argument that caused the contributor to leave/be forced out.

You're losin' points fast here, Konami. Taking credit for someone else's work is called plagiarism, and its not welcome in most parts of the world, for good reason. Not crediting someone, when you know who created the work, is the same thing as pretending its your creation by the letter of t... #55
50d ago by Ulf | View comment
Google glass cost what?

And this is WAY better. This isn't only a USB-attached display and sensor package meant only as something you can use for VR gaming -- it's a wearable computer.

HUGE difference. How much do you think an Oculus would cost if it could do it's own computing, and didn't have to be attached to a PC to work?

Also, I don't think HoloLens is really targetted at gaming. I think you'll be able to game... #10
61d ago by Ulf | View comment
It's a wearable computer. It's not gonna cost $299. That's the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard.

Since when do consoles come bundled with 3D TVs, and are able to run Windows apps? #1.3
61d ago by Ulf | View comment
We should be thanking Sony.

If the media ever caught wind of a kid committing suicide after, or while, playing this game, the sheeple masses would demand that broad new laws be made, and then gaming would be screwed.

Then, the sheeple would go buy popcorn, now with aluminum-perserved vaccine butter, and watch Faces of Death 41, or whatever, and the laws would make gaming lame for the next 30 years. #8
62d ago by Ulf | View comment
I wonder how many N4G'ers would pair an i3 with a GTX 970? And then assume the framerate will improve if only they lower the rez?

This is actually relevant to the discussion context, and statement of the dev, but you have to comprehend it. #56
66d ago by Ulf | View comment
You should be asking yourself why Sony doesn't praise MS or Nintendo more, or why Nintendo doesn't praise Sony or MS more. TBH, they should be happy that the other console makers help keep the market alive.

MS benefits from the games industry thriving, in general. They have good reason to be happy of any console makers' success. They would prefer games thrive on PC or XBox, but even Nintendo and PlayStation are better places for gaming than iOS and Android, fro... #11.4
81d ago by Ulf | View comment
I would say that Phil is actually a nice guy, as opposed to merely playing the part. #6.8
81d ago by Ulf | View comment
Erm. Most games since near the beginning of the PS3/360 era have made the same claim. I don't suspect that the photorealism will go much beyond what we've already seen. Don't get overhyped about this, folks. #15
91d ago by Ulf | View comment
The part the title leaves out... "during cutscenes". The in-game animation rigs will not be anywhere near as detailed, for the obvious reasons. #8
99d ago by Ulf | View comment
X1 costs $349, bud, and PS4 still sells more at $399. Both cost $100 more with their cameras.

You're working on year-old knowledge here. #34.1
104d ago by Ulf | View comment
The BIOS is what determines the boot rules, not the OS'es that are installed.

This article could just as easily read "SteamOS machines prevent Win10 from booting", if the BIOS is stopping unverified OS'es from booting.

This has nothing to do with software, and everything to do with firmware and OEMs. #12
104d ago by Ulf | View comment
And which facts are those? Crippled media playback? Playstation Now being overpriced? Studios being closed by Sony? Sony exclusives having terrible reviews? Multiplats being generally good on PS4?

Which one of those is "incorrect"? You claim they all are?

Prove it. Do us a favor and actually add to the discussion. Clicking "disagree" accomplishes the same thing as your empty comment. #33.1.1
104d ago by Ulf | View comment
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