2w ago - Below is a picture of a fan-made PS4 case modification that introduces an NES themed retro look on the PlayStation 4 video gaming system.
We will add more PS4 mods to this article as they surface, and to quote:
While we don’t have much choice when it comes to official colors for PlayStation 4, we can customize it to our heart’s content. One user made this NES themed PS4 and it is definitely worth a look for sure.
This custom painted PS4 is themed after Nintendo’s classic NES. The colors work quite well and make for a beautiful looking PS4 system, that would be a dream come true for every retro console lover. The only thing that will make this even better is NES themed DualShock 4 controllers to go with the console.
So what do you think of this NES themed PS4? Do you like this look for PS4? Let us know in the comments below.
32w ago - Sony European Product Manager Elliott Linger shared some new video trailers today spotlighting The Last of Us Special Editions below.
To quote: In only a few weeks you will be able to get your hands on Naughty Dog's hotly anticipated new title The Last of Us!
Set 20 years after a pandemic has radically changed civilization as we know it, The Last of Us follows Joel, a hardened survivor who is hired to smuggle a 14 year-old girl, Ellie, out of an oppressive military quarantine zone. What starts as a small job soon transforms into a brutal journey across what remains of the United States.
Across PAL regions, we have two very special editions that you can pre-order now and enjoy as soon as the game hits the shelves on 14th June - the mirror Joel and Ellie editions, based on the game's protagonists.
Check out trailers detailing the contents of each special edition below:
Retailing at €79.99, these limited editions can be pre-ordered now by clicking on the relevant locale link below:
40w ago - Atomicom Managing Director Gary Nichols showcased Switch Galaxy today for PlayStation Mobile with details below.
To quote: As with many games industry developers of a certain age I grew up with the classics: Atari 2600, Commodore 64 etc. with my very first gaming experience being on a Binatone with Pong.
One game that was always a favourite of mine was Dodge-em from the Atari 2600 which I would play for hours and hours. It was so frustrating at times, especially when it got quick, but that made me really want to beat it even more.
Back in 2011 we'd just finished development of Bang Bang Racing and while thinking what we should do next, I thought about creating a 3D title that paid homage to Dodge-em.
So we started work and soon came to the conclusion that it was going to take way too long and be too difficult to make it enjoyable in full 3D, so we simply just got rid of the turns and made it straight instead.
We ended up with Switch, a mobile game that has gone on to be downloaded 1.7m times so far, which was so awesome considering it was a very simple endless runner that took six weeks to make. Even though it was simple, people loved it...
58w ago - Sony Associate Product Marketing Manager Cristian Cardona of Software Marketing is here with a new Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time video showcasing the costumes for Halloween below!
To quote: Whether for a bounty of candy to induce a wonderfully gluttonous sugar coma, or simply to transform ourselves like Sly Cooper into The Amazing Cooperoni, Halloween's magical powers never fails at making us all feel incredible for one night.
Our master thief raccoon, Sly Cooper, and his pals Murray, Bentley and Carmelita may not need Halloween to hoodwink others but they do fancy concealing their real identities to pull off some of the greatest heists in history. Check out the stealthiest Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time trailer yet, just in time for Halloween:
You'll catch a glimpse of the different get-ups Sly acquires in each time period to blend in. Each costume has its own special abilities to solve puzzles, reach new areas and kill enemies.
What are you dressing up as this year? Share with us below and have a spooktacular Halloween!
93w ago - Sony Senior Producer Harvard Bonin has showcased a new Starhawk Build to Kill PS3 trailer today, complete with details below as follows:
As most of you know, Starhawk is a frenetic 3rd person shooter with a ton of toys to play with. Its got a strong solo story campaign, deep 32 player head-to-head and even co-op! You can run, fly and drive almost anywhere you want.
Its vehicular combat at its finest. The most popular question we get from players unfamiliar with the game is "What is this thing called Build & Battle?"
Simply put its a dead simple way to build up a base all around you while staying in the middle of a fierce battle. Its not block building and its not slow. We're not making Sim City. To show you, here is a nifty trailer!
In Starhawk we have one simple slogan..."Kill to build, build to kill."
It's not a gimmick. Its a really easy way for players to change the battlefield on the fly, in an instant straightforward manner. Its about dropping gigantic crates from orbit, having them smash down in front of you and having a big laser or bunker build right in front of you. You can even drop them on enemies ("Dorothy'd").