PS4 System Update 4.05 is available to download now, and as is the norm with most of the minor system updates for the console, the only thing it brings with it to the table is some of that stability. Except this time Sony has worded it as ‘improving the quality of system performance.’
Thankfully, the size of the update reflects this, too- it’s just 312MB, meaning it should a blink and you miss it download. So even though there’s no tangible benefit to actually downloading...
With less than a week to go before The Elder Scrolls 5 Skyrim launches on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (and the PC of course), PlayStation Access got their hands on the PS4 version of the Skyrim remaster. As expected the remaster showcases some major improvements in the way lighting is handled along with subtle changes in the game’s renderer.
Due to this improvement, the colors pop out even more giving a vibrancy to the image quality that was never present on the last gen console...24-10-2016, 01:31 PM
Microsoft and Nintendo both believe in controller options for players - Microsoft offer the standard Xbox One controller, as well as the Xbox One Elite controller, a high end, modular controller unlike any on the market. Nintendo, meanwhile, sell multiple variants of their controllers, to cover for all needs players may have.
Sony, however, usually ship one controller with their systems, and that’s that. And that’s not about to change any time soon, either, in spite of the...23-10-2016, 10:15 AM
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Special Edition is out next week but in the meantime, take a gander at how some of the cities look with the benefit of improved visuals. These include Riften, Windhelm, Markarth, Solitude, Whiterun, Winterhold and more courtesy of FudgeMuppet on YouTube.
Along with improved visuals, Skyrim Special Edition will also bring a new Creation Kit and 64-bit support. It will also mark the first time that Skyrim receives mods on consoles, even if it’s just...21-10-2016, 02:27 PM
One of the most influential and best horror games of all time is Amnesia: Dark Descent. And now PlayStation 4 players will have the chance to play it and its expansion and sequel, because the Amnesia Collection has been announced for PlayStation 4 by Frictional Games.
These games were previously available to PC players only, meaning this collection becomes the first time that console players will get to play these games. “From the creators of SOMA, the Amnesia series ushered...20-10-2016, 11:15 AM
Final Fantasy 15 may be the big Final Fantasy game that everyone is looking forward to, but World of Final Fantasy, the monster catching PlayStation exclusive spin off for the series, is out this month, too. And if you want to see what this game is like, and whether or not it is up your alley, well the good news is, a demo for it is available to download now.
The demo is available on both, PS4 and PS Vita. The PS4 version of the game weighs in at a hefty 1.2GB, while the Vita...19-10-2016, 10:52 AM
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Sony partners with Scion, makes MotorStorm RC free for PS VitaGetting set up with Sony's latest handheld can be an incredible drain on the wallet, what with the cost of pricey, proprietary memory cards and actual games to play. Consider this then the company's way of tossing early adopters a bone, because for a limited time Vita owners can download MotorStorm RC gratis on the PlayStation Store starting today. Don't send those imaginary thank you cards to the electronics giant just yet; this special promo comes courtesy of a partnership with Scion (Toyota's Gen Y offshoot) and, as such, is pre-loaded with an exclusive, playable version of its subcompact iQ. Yes, you're being pandered to, but who cares? It's free, it's fun and it'll give your thumbs and Nathan Drake a mini-break.
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