On the wrong foot it would start out the new PlayStation 4 if it didn’t back an army of developers working to nourish its catalogue of launch, and fortunately for Sony, this essential support is there. During the Conference we have seen the logos of the usual suspects, which logically include heavyweights such as 2 K, Activision, Capcom, EA, Konami and Ubisoft, but also other smaller firms; such is the case of Mercury Steam and Team 17.
The announced games, which are already a few, include the announcement of a new Final Fantasy can exit to celebrate naked in the street if you want, but you notice that there are no more details, a new episode of the saga Killzone and The Witness by Jonathan Blow, creator of the singular Braid that will land exclusively on PlayStation 4. Continue reading Sony put names to companies who support your PlayStation 4→
Sony is going to get you take less traditional screens which have accompanied the consoles since the dawn of games on CD. In addition to discovering the PlayStation 4 hardware keys, the Japanese company has announced that its new console will be able to recover your last game by simply pressing the power button, what gives us to understand that the PlayStation 4 will be “hibernating” by default instead of completely off.