12w ago - Lukewarm Media Founder / Game Director Ashton Andersen has announced today alongside a video that Primal Carnage: Genesis is bringing dinosaurs to PS4.
To quote: At some point, everyone has wondered about what it was like to walk among the dinosaurs. We were wondering that for ourselves, so we've set out to develop Primal Carnage: Genesis.
What better way is there to realize that dream than a new generation of PlayStation hardware to drive an incredible immersive experience?
From towering behemoths like the brachiosaurus and the tyrannosaurus rex to smaller creatures like the velociraptor and the dilophosaurus, there is no doubt that there is something magical about the creatures of the prehistoric world. In order to capture that magic in real time, we used Unreal Engine 4 as our software platform of choice.
As the gameplay itself will feature a mix of linear gameplay and open-world exploration from a first-person human perspective, next-generation rendering is key to selling the lush island environment and suspending the disbelief that these dinosaurs aren't actually, well, real.
In the early stages of development, it became clear that we wanted Primal Carnage: Genesis to champion an immersive story driven experience....
87w ago - Sony Director John Koller has made available a video today from PS Vita key hardware and software developers who discuss the genesis of PlayStation Vita.
To quote: Yesterday, we made the big announcement of PlayStation Vita's availability in the U.S. Starting on February 22, 2012, you'll be able to pick up PlayStation Vita and play the world around you!
A lot of hard work goes into creating such a powerful device. We wanted to you to hear first-hand about PS Vita's development process and the many minds behind the product. Check out the video for a look at the movers and shakers behind PS Vita and the types of experiences you can anticipate come February.
With the price and release date set, we'll have many more inside looks for you. We'll be updating you on new game launches and providing you with deeper looks at all things Vita over the next couple of weeks and months. Be sure to check back on the PlayStation.Blog for more information soon.