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Video: The Forest: Open-World Survival Horror Hitting PlayStation 4

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2w ago - Endnight Games Co-Founder Anna Terekhova announced today that open-world survival horror game The Forest is hitting PlayStation 4 with a PS4 video trailer below!

To quote: Think back to your childhood days: playing outside, building a fort, skipping a stone on a lake... now add cannibals who want to tear you apart.

This is 'The Forest' and it's on its way to PS4.





There are no missions, no NPC's telling you what to do and no text in the middle of the screen telling you to 'Follow.' You know those parts in games where some character is yelling at you, telling you what to do and to do it faster? Those moments' drive us crazy.

When we're in a game world we want to choose what we do and how we do it. This has been the driving force behind all the decisions we make. What would give players the most freedom and options. We think the best stories in games are the ones that occur on their own, the ones you experience naturally in the world.

Something we've learned over the past 6 months is that people love to share their gameplay experiences, as well as watch other people's playthroughs. Using the PS4 Share feature makes this even easier for players.

People can show off the bases...
 

Techland on Building the Open World of Dying Light on PS4

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2w ago - Techland Game Producer Tymon Smektala shared details today on building the open world of Dying Light on PS4 below.

To quote: As we wrap up the production of Dying Light, I took some time recently to sit down and reflect on the incredible adventure the development of this game was.

The team members made me promise that at the release party for the game, I'll perform a rap song for them (Don't ask) and I wanted to write lyrics that would recount the time we spent on this project.

As I started digging deep in my memory I realized that I need to face one (perhaps the only one) personal regret that I have from that period. Early in the game's promotion, I said in one of the interviews that I'm not really fond of the "Mirror's Edge comparisons" journalists were making about our game.

Taken out of context it might have sounded to some ears that I didn't have respect for Mirror's Edge, and it was certainly spun that way by some online media and internet commenters. That's not what I meant!

What I meant was that Dying Light is a very complex game, and I simply wanted it to have a better, more accurate description. I sincerely felt that in our case the blurb "It's Mirror's Edge with zombies" didn't really do justice to what we aimed for with Dying Light.
 

Video: 6 Moments from Far Cry 4's Open World on PlayStation 4

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8w ago - Sony Social Media Specialist Ryan Clements shared a PS4 video today showcasing 6 moments from Far Cry 4's open world on PlayStation 4 below.

To quote: Let loose in Kyrat, I was immediately overwhelmed by the volume of play built into this open world space.

Developed by Ubisoft Montreal, [Register or Login to view links] invites players back into a first-person exploration of quiet villages, dangerous tyranny, and majestic views. It's packed with emergent missions that can hook players into gunfights and high-speed chases. It has laughs and bitter choices.

Far Cry 4 tells the story of Ajay Ghale, a native of Kyrat who has returned to its war-torn valleys to spread his mother's ashes. Ajay is pulled into the civil unrest plaguing the area thanks to the sociopathic despot Pagan Min and his violent regime.

I asked Game Director Pat Methe to share five of his favorite moments from Far Cry 4. Watch the video below and follow along. As a bonus, I sat down and played Far Cry 4 myself and picked out six things that caught my eye during a three-hour binge session.





1.) Emergent Missions

Far Cry 4...
 

PlayStation Now Open Beta Launches Today on PS Vita and PS TV

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10w ago - PlayStation Now Director of Marketing Peter Jamshidi announced that their PlayStation Now Open Beta launches today on PS Vita and PS TV platforms.

Below are the details, to quote: Starting today, the PlayStation Now Open Beta will be available on both the PS Vita and [Register or Login to view links] systems in much of the mainland U.S. and Canada, in addition to already being available on PS4 and PS3*.

Our vision for PS Now is to make it possible for more people than ever to have quick and easy access to PS3 games, making it as easy to stream these games as it is to stream TV, movies, and music.

PS Vita is an important part of that vision, as you'll be able to rent a game on one device, like PS4, then continue playing on your PS Vita or vice versa.

That's possible because of our cloud technology, which lets you play select PS3 games from our library of over 150 PS Now titles including God of War: Ascension on both a home console and a handheld device without the need for game downloads, installs, or patches.

PS Now makes the value of PS TV even better. The system, which launches today and starts as low as $99.99 MSRP, also provides one of the most affordable ways to get access to our library of PS3 games available...
 

Sony Announces PlayStation Now Open Beta Comes to PS3 Today

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13w ago - Sony VP of Platforms Marketing John Koller announced that the PlayStation Now Open Beta comes to PS3 today with details below.

To quote: For a little more than a month, the PlayStation Now Open Beta has allowed PS4 users to quickly access and play games from a rich and expanding library of PS3 titles directly from our cloud servers, without the need to wait for game downloads, installs, or patches.

I am happy to announce that the Open Beta will be available to PS3 users* in mainland U.S. and parts of Canada starting today.

PS3 users will now see PS Now titles integrated into PlayStation Store as part of the Open Beta. The library of PS Now games has grown to more than 150 titles, and will continue to grow as the service expands over time.

I'm pleased to announce that [Register or Login to view links], [Register or Login to view links], and the recently released [Register or Login to view links] are all coming soon to PS Now.
 
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