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Video: Sony on RiME for PS4: A Guide to the PlayStation 4 Trailer

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4w ago - Sony's Tom Wallis posted up a video today showcasing RiME for PS4 complete with a guide to the PlayStation 4 trailer below.

To quote: Developer [Register or Login to view links] are sneaky. Currently hard at work on their upcoming adventure game, RiME, that didn't stop them cramming hundreds of tiny details into the latest trailer.

We cornered creative director, Raul Rubio Munarriz, and cracked out the thumb screws to bring you every hidden detail you almost certainly will have missed.





1. Stranded (0.21)

"In the beginning you are stranded on this island and have no purpose. You are on the island, you have left your home and you don't know why."

2. Helpful critters (0.23)

"But suddenly you'll see something that shouldn't be there. The animals around you are going to help to varying degrees, here you can see the seagulls flying in one direction - they'll try to act as a guide and circle points of interest to help you out."

3. The little prince (0.25)

"The boy wears a cape, and that's really significant - but I can't tell you everything, you'll have to play the game!"

4. The key (0.31)
 

Video: PS4 Cooling Fan Mod Guide and LCD Display Demo Arrives

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12w ago - Following up on the previous PS4 modification, today Postfire and myself (proskopina) would like to share a Greek PS4 Cooling Fan Mod guide and LCD Display demo video below.

To quote, roughly translated from our Greek guide (via [Register or Login to view links]): Soon we will go up and the driver.

Guide:

Before you start to say that this guide is for you to manually adjust the fan speed to PS4 and know what the temperatures have our consoles.

Note:

We will not have anymore to automatic ventilators ie the console will no longer control run their fans.

The materials you will need are:

  • 1. THERMOMETER (See [Register or Login to view links])
  • 2. Potentiometer 220kohm
  • 3. Soldering 15-20w
  • 4. Cables
  • 5....

 

Video: PlayStation 4 / PS4 LCD Temperature Guide And Monitor Mod

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26w ago - Hi guys, I'm returning a short time after my first PS4 Fan Mod and I will show you how i did an excellent job mixing the LCD Monitor in the PlayStation 4 console below.

Things you will need:

1- A Brain!!!
2- Lots of hours
3- LCD Monitor: [Register or Login to view links]
4- Carbon sticker
5- Anything else you see in the high-res pictures
6- PS4 Temperatures Monitor in the video after Fan Mod





Looking for feedback!


 

Namco Bandai Unveils Dark Souls II PlayStation 3 Survival Guide

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28w ago - Namco Bandai Community Manager J Kartje unveiled a Dark Souls II PlayStation 3 Survival Guide for PS3 fans today!

To quote: Dark Souls II continues a long tradition of games that will challenge even the most veteran of gamers. You'll explore, experiment, and die many times throughout your quest.

While it would be against From Software's design philosophy to give you a detailed map of the world and a full explanation of the game's story, we did want to give you a few pointers before you go beyond death come March 11th on PS3.

A few basic changes exist within Dark Souls II that even the Souls veterans might want to know before venturing into the land of Drangleic:

Fast Travel: Bonfire's serve as the "checkpoints" in Dark Souls II. As soon as you light a new Bonfire, you're able to travel between that fire and any other Bonfire that you've lit.

Leveling: Spending hard-earned souls to level up can only happen with the Emerald Herald, a specific NPC you'll need to return to each time you wish to seek more power.

Welcome to Majula: Soaked in eerie sunlight, you'll be roaming around the hub town of Majula early on in your quest. Majula houses the Emerald Herald, vendors, merchants, and other persons of interest that will help you piece together the many...
 

TxK Offers a Beginner's Guide to PS Vita's Trippy New Shooter

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31w ago - Llamasoft Founder Jeff Minter offers a TxK Beginner's Guide to PS Vita's trippy new shooter below today.

To quote: TxK is an arcade-style shooting game. The basic idea is simple: shoot all the enemies that arrive on each playing surface. When the surface is clear or all enemies arrive at the top, the surface explodes and you transition to the next level.

Use the left analog stick or the d-pad to move the player entity left and right (or clockwise and anticlockwise on connected surfaces). Hold down the x button to shoot. Tap the screen to smart bomb. You get one smart bomb per level. When enabled, press the R shoulder button to jump. Collect Powerups to gain score bonuses and capability upgrades.

I'd recommend starting at level 1 while learning the basics. Starting at this level enables labels on many game elements for the first few levels.

Enemies move quite slowly on early levels. Hold down x and move your ship to shoot them.

Collect Powerups by just moving your ship to intercept them as they move up the surface.

It'll be obvious when you successfully collect one!

If enemies arrive at the top don't panic. Your shots come out of the "leg" of your ship that's in the direction of its motion.

Often if you "walk" slowly towards...
 
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