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Video: InFamous Second Son: Your PS4 Questions Answered

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19w ago - Sony Blog Manager Fred Dutton shared an InFamous Second Son video today that answers some PS4 questions from PlayStation 4 fans below.

To quote: With the the March 21st launch of inFAMOUS Second Son on PS4 just a few weeks away, we recently reached out to you all via Twitter, Facebook, and regional forums with a call for any questions you might have about the latest entry in Sucker Punch's open-world, superhero series.

Duly, you deluged us with queries, which Brian Fleming - studio co-founder and producer on Second Son - has kindly taken the time to answer. Read on for his responses, and let us know if you have any additional questions in the comments below.





How did you come across the idea for Second Son? (‏@Crodogile)

Brian Fleming: Like a lot of things, it's not a single point. It's actually the reverse - you have a bunch of ideas that eventually coalesce and gel into what becomes Delsin Rowe.

The character himself was an offshoot of the decision to do Seattle. Once we picked Seattle, the idea of taking the roots of the area and having a kid who grew up on one of the Native American reservations here really was the genesis of Second Son.

On the flipside,...
 

Rayman Legends on PlayStation 4: Your PS4 Questions Answered

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23w ago - Ubisoft French Blog Coordinator Florian Dos Santos answered some PS4 questions below on the upcoming PlayStation 4 title Rayman Legends.

To quote: Next week sees the release of Ubisoft's phenomenal platformer Rayman Legends on PS4. The limbless mascot's latest adventure won huge acclaim when it launched on PS3 and PS Vita last year, and we can't wait to see how its gorgeous visuals translate on the new hardware.

With that in mind, we've been harvesting a few of your questions via Twitter and our official forums, and put them to Senior Game Designer, Emile Morel. Read on to find out more about what you can expect from the PS4 release.

Can we use the touchscreen of the PS Vita to get the most out of the game? (Fragbeat, Netherlands)

Emile: In the PlayStation 4 version of Rayman Legends, you can use your PS Vita in Remote Play mode, which means that you can play the entire game on your PS Vita, without the need to use the TV. This mode is useful when you're in the middle of a game and someone wants to use the TV, so you don't have to stop, and you can continue playing for as long as you want!

As you will see, we have adapted the game controls to PS Vita so the experience is as enjoyable on this console as it is with the PS4 joystick in your hands!
 

Video: Killzone Shadow Fall: Your PlayStation 4 Questions Answered

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39w ago - Sony Social Media Manager Sid Shuman is back with a Killzone Shadow Fall PS4 video today alongside answers to PlayStation 4 questions from fans below.

To quote: As Killzone Shadow Fall gears up for PS4's November 15th launch in North America, we caught up with Game Director Steven Ter Heide to get answers to your burning questions across single-player and multiplayer.

We reveal new details on co-op, dedicated servers, weapons, DualShock 4, and much more. Enjoy!





@ShawnMacLean: Is Killzone Shadow Fall a good entry point to the Killzone franchise?

Steven Ter Heide: Absolutely! In many ways, Killzone Shadow Fall is a fresh start for the franchise - the game takes place some thirty years after the original Killzone trilogy, so most of the characters and story arcs from those games have passed into history. And while die-hard fans will appreciate the nods to earlier Killzone titles, no knowledge of the Killzone universe is required to get into the story.

@nick_serio: How long is the campaign?

STH: Killzone Shadow Fall's campaign should last well over 10 hours for most gamers.

@DGuetta52: Will Killzone's campaign be co-op?
 

Video: Destiny: Your Questions Answered, PS3 Gameplay Trailer

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42w ago - Sony Social Media Specialist Ryan Clements made available a PS3 / PS4 gameplay video trailer today while answering fan questions on the upcoming title below.

To quote: The team at Bungie is hard at work on Destiny, a vast and dangerous adventure that pierces the depths of the galaxy, tasking players with the defense of humanity. Bungie just recently revealed the cover art for Destiny, showcasing the awe-inspiring Guardians in all their cloaked glory.

And yesterday, the [Register or Login to view links] was formally announced. It's been a busy week.

With so much talk of Destiny in the air, you might have a few questions about this sci-fi, multiplayer shooter. That's why we submitted your inquiries to Bungie's Community Manager DeeJ, so he could shine a light in the black of space.

Read on for tons of details from DeeJ himself, including how easy you can drop into public events with other players, and what sorts of ways you can customize your Guardian.





@Zarshark: What does Destiny do that's unique? What's revolutionary that sets it...
 

Insomniac Games on Fuse: Your PlayStation 3 Questions Answered

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69w ago - Sony Social Media Manager Sid Shuman is here with some answers to Fuse PlayStation 3 questions courtesy of Insomniac Games.

To quote: During a PAX East panel over the weekend, Insomniac Games announced a May 28th North American release date for its upcoming PS3 co-op shooter Fuse.

The game blends some familiar elements of Resistance 2's large-scale co-op mode with exotic weapons powered by an all-powerful alien substance dubbed, you guessed it, "Fuse."

Given the news, we reached out to [Register or Login to view links] President Ted Price with a list of topics we plucked from a recent Twitter call for questions. Enjoy, and be sure to leave your thoughts in the comments.

PSB: Games this generation have take a longer time to develop, how long have you guys been working on the Fuse concept (via [Register or Login to view links])?

Ted Price, President, Insomniac Games: We started working on Fuse a few years ago. It's evolved significantly since then, as all of our games have. Thematically the best way to describe Fuse is to take the dry humor and teamwork of Mission: Impossible (the new films, not the old TV show) and combine it with the crazy weapons of District 9.

That's the kind of alien...
 
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