PlayStation News of the Week: January 13 - 17, 2014


PS4's Yakuza Ishin runs at 60fps

A Japanese blog (via Gearnuke) has confirmed that the PlayStation 4 version of Yakuza Ishin runs at a silky smooth 60 fps.

Microsoft plays down PS4 and Xbox One spec difference

The vice president of retail sales & marketing for Microsoft Australasia has said that the technical differences between the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are ‘fairly marginal.’

Sumptuous new screens of PS4-exclusive inFamous: Second Son released

Sucker Punch has today released a slew of sumptuous new screens and concept art for its much-anticipated PlayStation 4-exclusive, InFamous: Second Son.

Extend PS4's DualShock 4 battery life without modding

The one underlining problem with the PlayStation 4's DualShock 4 controller lies in how incredibly short the battery life is when compared to the PlayStation 3's DualShock 3, and up until this point, the only way to get around this shortcoming is to own two (or more) controllers. However, Reddit user scooby609 has fielded an option that is worthy of sincere note, according to Worlds Factory.


Naughty Dog confirms The Last of Us DLC release date

Developer Naughty Dog has confirmed that The Last of Us’ ‘Left Behind’ DLC will launch on February 14.

Adam's Venture Chronicles announced for PS3

Indie developer Vertigo Games has today unveiled its latest project, Adam’s Venture Chronicles, an old-school puzzle adventure exclusive to the PlayStation Network.

DriveClub's visuals recreate locations 'right down to the angle of light'

Sony has unveiled some tantalizing tidbits on Evolution Studios’ forthcoming PlayStation 4-exclusive racer DriveClub.

Hitman PS4 announced, will return to series' sandbox roots

The Hitman franchise is officially coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, IO Interactive has announced today.

related articles

Related Content


Share With Your Friends!

The Facebook Platform

Connect to PSU's social reader to share articles and see what your friends are reading. [ More info ]

RSS feed

Forum discussions


6,220,707 Posts | 194,745 members