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  • Blog Post: Report: All Signs Point To Beyond: Two Souls PlayStation 4 Director’s Cut

    The Internet is buzzing with evidence suggesting that Sony will be releasing a PS4 director’s cut of Quantic Dream’s divisive Beyond: Two Souls. The first evidence was spotted by IGN, which saw listings for PS4 version of Beyond on two German game retail sites, Alcom and World of Games. The... More
  • Blog Post: PS4 Updates To Allow Pre-Loading, Option To Dim Light Bar

    Amidst all the buzz of Sony's virtual reality reveal , news of smaller changes coming to the PlayStation 4 in the coming months has come out of GDC. In an interview with Geoff Keighley and subsequent tweets, Sony Computer Entertainment's president of worldwide studios, Shushei Yoshida, says a... More
  • Blog Post: New Accessory Allows Keyboard & Mouse, 360 Controller Use On Xbox One

    CronusMax, a new accessory, will let you use a keyboard and mouse or an Xbox 360 controller with the Xbox One. If you're particularly daring, it will even let you use Sony controllers. According to Eurogamer, the CronusMax opens up the Xbox One to use of the DualShock 3, DualShock 4, Wii Pro Controller... More
  • Blog Post: DualShock 4 Also Works With Mac

    We already knew that Sony's new controller would have "limited functionality" with PCs, now it appears that the Apple crowd will be able to game with the new controller as well. Vine user Chris Gallizzi posted this brief video of himself using a DualShock 4 to play Hotline Miami on his... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation 4 Controller Removes Pressure Sensitive Buttons

    We've heard all about the new PlayStation 4 controller's added features, but it was recently revealed that at least one feature has been removed. On the PlayStation 2 and 3, the DualShock and Sixaxis controllers had pressure sensitive buttons, essentially offering multiple functions for each... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation 4 DualShock 4 Controller Will Have Limited PC Compatibility

    In a tweet responding to queries online, Shuhei Yoshida, PlayStation president of worldwide studios, confirmed that the DualShock 4 will have some compatability with PCs. Yoshida said that the DualShock 4 will offer "basic functionality" with PCs, and that the buttons and control sticks will... More
  • Blog Post: Dualshock 4 Light To Remain Always On

    In a tweet to a follower, Shuhei Yoshida revealed that the PlayStation 4 controller's light cannot be turned off – even to save battery. The light sensor is used in conjunction with the PlayStation 4 camera to detect movement. Some developers also plan to use the sensor for game mechanics.... More
  • Blog Post: The DualShock 4 Comes To Life In New Developer Video

    When the PlayStation 4 was revealed in February , much was made of the redesign to Sony's iconic controller. The details on the DualShock 4 came quickly and in the midst of so much other information that it was easy to lose sight of the key improvements made for the next generation console. In order... More
  • Blog Post: Motion-Sense Features Possible With New PS4 Controller

    Vice President of Sony Worldwide Studios Europe, Michael Denny, confirmed with PlayStation Magazine that motion-sensing features are going to be possible with the new Dualshock 4, but it will not be a full Move controller. “So it’s not a Move controller because the Move controller is different... More
  • Blog Post: PS4 Bundled With Headset, More DualShock 4 Details Revealed

    Hot off yesterday's big debut of the PS4, Sony continues to release more information about its new system, this time providing a detailed breakdown of the new controller. We outlined the first details of the DualShock 4 during Sony's press conference, but today SCE World Wide Studios President... More
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