EA is gearing up for the next generation, it’s no secret at this point. During the recent conference call we told you about (not too long ago) EA teased Battlefield 4, their next generation AAA shooter that will without a doubt be making a debut on PS4. Rajat Taneja, EA
Today Electronic Arts is hosting a live web (audio) conference about the PS4. EA CTO (Chief Technology Officer) Rajat Taneja will speak at 4:20pm Est time regarding the console during a live Morgan Stanley (an investment firm) conference. You can listen live here: http://investors.ea.com/eventdetail.cfm?EventID=125912 We’ll wrap up the conference following
Well if you were watching Sony’s Press conference you probably know what I am already talking about from the title alone. I wasn’t able to catch the entire conference, but the minute I tuned in I was greeted by a big fiery dragon. Needles to say I was completely blown away
Wow. Today was like a dream, PS4 was finally announced and we got to see the console in action. At its core, the new PlayStation 4 is a PC; this has allowed developers to fully embrace the console without any technical rifts that occurred with PS3 due to the learning curve of
Sony has released some official press shots of the PS4’s Dual Shock 4. The controller is relatively plain looking because of the lack of start, pause, and Sony logo in the middle of the gamepad however it doesn’t look to bad. After all, it’s the gameplay that counts right? In
Sony has just announced the next generation of PlayStation, PS4.
As Sony gears up for their huge PS4 reveal on February 20th, we didn’t expect it would be long before someone spilled a bit of juice prior to the announcement. A leaked photo shows the, not so much, reinvented DualShock controller featuring a rumored touch panel in place of where
Hey, do you like buying games, selling them back to get a new game, lending games, being lent games, trading games? Well guess what SONY recently filed a very ludicrous patent that would destroy the future used game market for the PS4. By installing a chip called the “RFID Chip”