PlayStation News of the Week: October 14 - 19, 2013
- Posted October 19th, 2013 at 14:52 EDT by Michael Harradence
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16
Gamers would rather buy PS4 than Xbox One due to games line-up, says Qubic Games
Gamers would rather purchase a PlayStation 4 over an Xbox One due to the former’s games line-up, reckons Mikael Bourget, Public Relations Manager for Qubic Games.
'PS4 as quiet as a mouse and as powerful as a lion,' says Ripstone
Indie publisher Ripstone Games has received an exciting delivery at its Liverpool-based office this week.
Four PS4 titles announced by Sony Santa Monica
Nathan Gary, Creative Director at Sony Santa Monica, has today taken to the PlayStation blog to announce details of four upcoming PlayStation 4 titles
PS4's The Witness game length revealed
The Witness will always bear the honor of being one of the first PlayStation 4 games announced, and it was one of the first that I saw in intimate detail. Early PS4 buyers will still have to wait until early 2014 to play it, but according to its creator--independent developer Jonathan Blow--the game world's sheer size will be worth that wait.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17
The Last of Us PS4 ruled out by Naughty Dog
The developer behind The Last of Us has confirmed it has ‘no plans’ to bring the critically-acclaimed action-horror title to PlayStation 4.
'It's make or break' for Xbox One and PS4, says System 3
System 3 CEO Mark Cale believes the long seven-year gap between the launch of the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and the arrival of next-generation systems has affected the market dramatically.
PS4 Watch Dogs bundle alternatives confirmed at Amazon UK
If you pre-ordered the Watch Dogs PlayStation 4 bundle from Amazon in the U.K. then don't worry about not receiving the console at launch because Amazon has resolved this rather last-minute problem which was caused by the delay of the game.