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Video: Uncharted 4: A Thief's End First Gameplay on PlayStation 4

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3w ago - Naughty Dog Community Strategist Eric Monacelli shared a PS4 video today showcasing the first gameplay of Uncharted 4: A Thief's End on PlayStation 4 below.

To quote: Saturday morning at the inaugural PlayStation Experience we unveiled the very first Uncharted 4: A Thief's End gameplay. In case you missed it, here's the full playthrough:

Although we are still in the pre-alpha stage of development, everything you see in the video is in-game and in real-time running at 1080p and a stable 30hz.

It's looking pretty spectacular already and we still have quite some time to optimize and refine our technology to make this the best looking and playing Uncharted game to date.





If you're wondering who called Nathan Drake "little brother" and exactly what that means, we'll be trickling out more details soon. Why is Drake on an island? What's he searching for?





Who's shooting at Drake again and why is he shooting back? Be sure to pay attention to our Twitter feed and social channels for the latest news and updates. 2015 is going to be awesome.
 

Video: A New Journey Through No Man's Sky on PlayStation 4

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3w ago - Hello Games' Alex Wiltshire shared a PS4 video today which showcases a new journey through No Man's Sky on PlayStation 4 with details below.

To quote: It was almost exactly one year ago that we announced No Man's Sky at VGX 2013.





So when Geoff Keighley gave us another amazing invitation to show it on The Game Awards 2014, of course we jumped.

It's kind of fitting that we should show you how the game looks today. In one year, we've done so much. The galaxy is fuller of life and consequence. We constantly find ourselves facing unexpected situations, and surrounded by unfamiliar forms.

So here's a tiny window into it: a new No Man's Sky trailer, exclusively unveiled at The Game Awards tonight.

We wanted to take you on a journey to demonstrate five ways you'll travel through No Man's Sky's infinite worlds. From hearing a distress signal, we find ourselves spanning the galaxy. It's just one story that you could find yourself writing as you play. There are so many more.

That's not all for No Man's Sky. Watch out for more from us over the weekend at PlayStation Experience, including A Night Under No Man's Sky tomorrow night.



 

XDev Announces Super Stardust Ultra Hits PS4 in Early 2015

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3w ago - XDev Studio Europe Producer Mark O'Connor announced today that Super Stardust Ultra hits PS4 in early 2015 with details below.

To quote: Hi PlayStation fans. I'm excited to announce that Super Stardust Ultra is blasting its way onto PS4 in early 2015 for $12.99!

For those of you who aren't familiar with the Super Stardust series, the critically acclaimed Super Stardust HD by talented developer Housemarque was originally released on PS3 in 2007, followed up on PSP and most recently on PS Vita as Super Stardust Delta in 2012.

This timeless shoot 'em up has you pilot a start fighter in the depths of space, defending planets against the onslaught of enemy attacks in the midst of a deadly meteor storm. Your mission is simple: use split second timing and pure arcade skill to make every shot count and destroy everything in your path.

Super Stardust Ultra, has an array of new planets, glorious visual enhancements, and includes no less than nine different game modes, including new modes and established favorites from the series and its various add-ons.

With the PS4 socially connected features, you can now show the world your skills in the new Interactive Streaming game mode, letting your viewers vote periodically to change up your gameplay as they watch.

Because...
 

PlayStation Experience: Panel and Livestream Schedules Detailed

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3w ago - Sony Social Media Senior Manager Sid Shuman is here with the PlayStation Experience Panel and Livestream Schedules below, as follows:

Just a few more days until [Register or Login to view links] takes over Las Vegas!

As promised, here's the full schedule for panels for on-site PlayStation Experience attendees; see below for our planned livestream content schedule, which we'll be streaming live on [Register or Login to view links].

Protip: You definitely won't want to miss the opening keynote presentation at 10am Pacific Time Saturday.

If you can't make it to the show (boo!), you'll still be able to watch Saturday morning's keynote presentation, live gameplay demos, and excerpts from select panels (yay!) on [Register or Login to view links]. See below for our planned livestream schedule.

TWITCH LIVESTREAM SCHEDULE

Saturday, December 6th
All times are in Pacific Time

10:00am PlayStation Experience keynote
11:30am Dying Light live gameplay
12:00pm Destiny: The Dark Below gameplay
12:30pm Virtual Reality: A New Era for Games (live panel)
1:30pm The Tomorrow Children live gameplay
2:00pm...
 

Videos: Miegakure for PS4: Exploring a 4D World on PlayStation 4

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3w ago - President of MTB Design Works Inc Marc ten Bosch shared some new PS4 Miegakure videos today spotlighting the exploring of a 4D world on PlayStation 4 below.

To quote: Miegakure is a 4D game. It lets players explore a detailed 4D world and use their ability to move in 4D to perform miraculous feats. In this game, the fourth dimension is not time! It is an actual fourth dimension of space, that works just like the first three dimensions we are familiar with. If you count time, this game is 5D!

For a while games used to be 2D, taking place solely along two directions. For example, a game character could only move forwards and backwards, or jump up and down. Then came computers powerful enough to render 3D graphics, which allowed for full 3D movement: up / down, backwards / forwards and left / right.

(Of course, the graphics we see, while they are computed in 3D, are displayed on a 2D screen. They are projected down from 3D to 2D, in a way that mimics how our eyes perceive the third dimension.)





But it doesn't stop there. If in a 2D game every object's position is represented in the computer using two numbers, and if in a 3D game every object's position is represented using three numbers, what if each...
 
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