Sony Has A New Feature Coming For The PS4 That's Going Bury The Xbox One Amid all the exciting announcements coming out of last weeks Gamescom trade show in Cologne, Germany, Sony announced a handful of new features coming in its 2.0 firmware for the PlayStation 4. And while firmware is rarely anything to get excited about, this particular update is different because it will effectively help Sony put distance between itself and Microsofts Xbox One.
The Order: 1886 Is Incredibly Terrible So Far WhatIfGaming writes: "A disclaimer: no I did not play the full game, and no the final product is not out. Obviously it is not good to judge a title permanently until the final product (Watch Dogs) and it is good not to follow unwarranted hype either due to fancy CG/Real-Game Trailers."
Uncharted 4s Nathan Drake Looks Different, Now Looks a Lot Like a Certain Actor With each iteration of Uncharted, Nathan Drake appears to looks slightly different. He originally was compared with Nathan Fillion, leading to rumours (or more like hopes) that the Firefly actor would eventually play the treasure hunter and adventurer Nathan Drake in a movie. However, in Uncharted 4, Nathan Drake looks like a different person yet again, and he looks more like a famous Hollywood actor. Could Naughty Dog have done the same thing they did with The Last of Us and accidentally create a main character that looks like a real life actor?
How New PS4 2.0 Update Could Make You Rich "During PS4's press event at E3 last year, Sony talked of a ground breaking concept that will radically change the way we play video games forever and at Gamescom14, we discovered just how lucrative this new feature could be for both Sony and Gamers." PS4.sx
Diablo 3 on the Xbox One, for instance, couldn't quite get there. The original response was to drop the resolution down to 900p and keep the frame rate. A smooth game, many would argue, is worth sacrificing a few lines of resolution. The problem is that this solution created a PR problem for Microsoft, a company that is scared of consumers seeing the Xbox One as a less-powerful console compared to the PlayStation 4.
Cancelling EA Access already? EA Access launched just about a week ago, but thanks to lack of content and some rather strange decisions, the service has stumbled out of the gate.