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Ya know Sony don't piss about do they. Dev kits out in Nov, announce in Feb.
Just sayin... Don't go in expecting polished software demos.
^http://i49.tinypic.com/1607itz.gif You can't be serious...
This is what I'm expecting...Sony allowing 3rd party to demonstrate upcoming titles. "PS4 is the only announced platform" and that alone would set the net on fire with "exclusive/multiplat arguments". As for 1st party, I'm expecting teasers only due to E3 being the proper gameplay reveal.
I do recall being a little disappointed when I bought my first PS3 game (motorstorm) and thinking it didn't look as good as promised at E3 but my second game was Resistance: Fall of Man and that blew my mind with the visuals at the time! :drool
IMO I think it stills holds up nicely today!
the rumoured specs are impressive but that's only part of the equation
Microsoft may have a slightly underpowered machine but they'll be pushing their next kinect 2 to the hardcore and casuals with a huge marketing push i predict. . . and this is where Sony might come unstuck
if the Ps4 has the right add ons (such as some kinda advanced eye toy) and a great gimmick must have , alongwith a proper marketing push (and not assume that because they were leaders last gen, that name alone won't cut it) then maybe next gen will be a seismic shift in Sonys favour
That video could mean they were bored and wanted to mind **** US just a little bit
Or one of the female members of staff is expecting a baby on that date
Greatest gif ever from gaf
Next xbox reveal will be within 30-50 days of a ps4 reveal because MS can't let sony make too much of a foothold. Sony announces ps4 and devs will be all like "this is our game on ps4...and some other announced platform" it will sound stupid so MS will definitely come forward ASAP
So quick to call me a liar aint ya Wrath. Anyway I could actually only find one Ubisoft project. http://www.nowgamer.com/news/1791833...ory_tower.html
Sony Corp., trying to reverse a two-year decline in PlayStation sales, is prepping a powerful new version of the home console to deliver more realistic games and entertainment features, an analyst said.
Sony “is 100 percent certain to announce the PlayStation 4″ at a Feb. 20 event, Michael Pachter, an analyst with Wedbush Securities in Los Angeles, said Friday, citing his checks with game developers and retailers.
“They’ll be able to put a lot more characters on the screen and allow for hyperrealistic games,” Pachter said.
Sony’s new console will feature graphics chips developed by Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and processors capable of rendering games at 240 frames per second, Pachter said. Current-generation games typically render at 30 or 60 frames per second. As with past model changes, Sony will continue to produce and sell the almost 7-year-old PlayStation 3.