According to a recent study, the PlayStation 4's popularity revolves around the console's mastery of high-resolution video output.
If the mechanics are pretty cool but get hampered by constant frame-drops or stuttering, such as Bayonetta on the PlayStation 3 or GTA IV on both the Xbox 360 and PS3, it can ruin the experience. Well, one developer explains why it's important to put gameplay and gameplay performance ahead of everything else.
The team at Media Molecule came on stage to announce that LittleBigPlanet 3 is scheduled to arrive this fall, exclusively for the PlayStation 4. To be more exact, the game will arrive in November.
Another popular game is arriving on the PlayStation 4, this time it's the third-person, weapon-customization-heavy free-to-play shooter from Edge of Reality, Loadout.
White Paper Games have more on their minds than just getting their independent title up and out on PC, though, they plan on bringing their very interesting looking title to the PlayStation 4 as well.
Well, it's now official: Killzone: Shadow Fall has managed to sell 2.1 million copies for the Sony PlayStation 4 since launch.
The supply problem that the PlayStation 4 is facing after launching in more than 50 countries is a serious issue for Sony. The company's console is in such high demand that no matter how often they try to bring in weekly shipments, they just can't keep up.
Warframe on the PlayStation 4 is about to kick the ninja badassary up a notch or two as the team at Digital Extremes announces a handful of updates for the console port.
It looks like the PlayStation 4’s Bomberman-esque grid-based combat game, Basement Crawl is finally ready to blow up on the PlayStation Network, hitting Europe next week and the US sometime “soon.” Oh, and there’s finally a gameplay video to show off!
Sort of new footage for the PlayStation 4 exclusive inFamous: Second Son has gone public from this year's Consumer Electronics Show. The event played host to a ton of cool gadgets and content that sometimes frequently had a thing or two to do with a little $60 billion dollar industry known as video games.
The upcoming Feudal strategy game for the PlayStation 4 set for release in late February to launch alongside Sony's latest console in Japan, has been confirmed to run at native 1080p and it will run at a sparkling 60 solid frames per second.
The Cronus Max adapter we recently wrote about yesterday revealed that it was available for the Xbox One. Basically, gamers are able to use the Cronus Max adapter to plug in and use a wide assortment of various controllers from different platforms. Well, today, the PS4's Cronus adapter is available that allows PlayStation owners to extend beyond the realm of the DualShock when it comes to controller support.
Fancy those PlayStation 4 DualShock controllers? Well, if you like them more than the Xbox One pads, which are effectively super-models transformed into the format of a game controller, then you can grab yourself a CronusMax adapter and play all your favorite Xbox One games to your heart's content... with a DualShock 4.
Today it was revealed that the PlayStation 4 will have some measure of backwards compatibility via the Cloud. Sony will bring select “critically acclaimed” PlayStation 3 games to the PlayStation 4 via Gaikai, as reported by Siliconera.
It was recently revealed that the PlayStation 4 is a hard item to keep on store shelves. The video footage of European gamers “storming the retailer gates” to grab up their very own PlayStation 4 sent chills down the spines of many, and Sony has recognized the demand for the next-gen console and will try to keep it in stock.