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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.
A new report has been making the rounds on most gaming sites, citing the total costs of production of Sony's latest generational home entertainment console. So how much does it cost to build a PlayStation 4? Try $381 on for size.
Yes, the headline may read like tin-foil hat conspiracy theory jargon, but things readily become a lot more real once the information rears its head. Of course, everything you gather from here is still rumor at this point and should be taken as such.
Sony officially launches the PlayStation 4 amidst drama over the sequel to Resolutiongate. Microsoft also employs some NDAs to keep early Xbox One owners from talking. These stories and much, much more in this edition of the Gaming Blend Weekly Recap.
It's been one entire day and the PlayStation 4 has officially launched to local retailers nationwide, providing gamers with the unadulterated next-generation experience that only Sony could provide with the PlayStation brand. Mission accomplished.
“Just seven minutes left, who's excited?” the DJ asked, receiving a decidedly lackluster round of cheers from the crowd of around 100 people who had just been herded into a single file line outside of a GameStop in Tempe, AZ. Granted, we were a tough crowd, but we were excited despite our lack of enthusiasm. We were all about to walk away with a PlayStation 4 in hand. The new generation of games consoles was about to commence.
Stories about defective PlayStation 4 units have begun making their way around the interwebs, where less than a handful of people telling their detailed stories has been turned into a collective landfill of potentially explosive material for reputation management.
While a lot of you are probably wondering if it was Erik Kain stating that the PS4 wasn't worth the purchase on day one, the review from Forbes for Sony's PlayStation 4 comes from another contributor, David Thier. He mostly has a lot of praise to share for the system and its features but ends on a note that may frustrate some die-hards in the SDF.
Can you feel that? The hum of anticipation. The buzz of excitement. We’re just one week out from the launch of the PlayStation 4. Seven days. A number of hours I do not care to do the math to calculate. It’s almost here and, to celebrate, Sony has announced that would be buyers will get a little somethin-somethin extra when they finally pick up that shiny new console.
Microsoft's reputation management sitting at their computers ready to defend the Xbox One on Reddit, N4G, GameFaqs, NeoGaf and the System Wars threads probably need to go change their pants right now because the biggest piece of flamebait they've been using to dog the PS4 has officially been shot down by developers.
Cross-game chat, also known as party chat, will finally arrive on a Sony console after being absent throughout the entirety of the seventh gen of gaming due to memory restriction issues on the PlayStation 3. The PS4's rendition of cross-game chat will support up to eight players, as confirmed by Sony.
With the next generation of consoles fast approaching and most of the spotlight pouring across the big AAA titles that will kick off the next big cycle of shooting, racing, fighting and platforming, it can be easy to forget that a fresh new batch of smaller, though possibly equally impressive games are also en route. Take Resogun, for instance. It's launching for the PlayStation 4 and it's already looking like a blast a second.