4w ago - Sony has published the official PS4 User's Guide online today (available HERE) alongside a video below on how to capture PlayStation 4 gameplay from MrVg247 via YouTube.
It also appears that the PS4 don't support 3D Blu-ray format among others, as follows:
Supported disc formats
BD-R/RE (BDAV, BDMV)
DVD-R/RW*2 (video mode, VR mode*3)
*1Hybrid discs are supported.
*2AVCHD is supported.
*3CPRM is supported.
Playback of the following types of discs is not supported:
DVDs that have not been finalized.
From the video's caption: SO, you've got your PS4? How do you setup a capture card to capture from the console? Well, you'll have to deal with HDCP and you'll probably need a better capture card for 1080p.
111w ago - SCEE Manager James Gallagher has made available a video today showcasing the motion capture technology utilized in Uncharted 3 PS3 behind the scenes.
To quote: I don't need to remind you that the release of Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception is less than a week away and you may have seen that the reviews are rolling in, including perfect scores from IGN, PlayStation Official Magazine UK, Destructoid, The Guardian and more.
These critics have all highlighted narrative and, in particular, the actors' performances as particular strengths.
It's unusual, when you think about it, to be talking about performances in the context of a game, but it's that marriage of technology and human acting, along with a great script and a skilled team of animators, that brings Drake, Sully and co. to life in such a believable way.
While we were in Jordan a few weeks ago - you may have seen our Treasure Hunt video here on the blog - we spoke with Nolan North and Emily Rose, the actors behind Nathan Drake and Elena Fisher, as well as Taylor Kurosaki and Arne Meyer from Naughty Dog, about how this performance capture process works.
202w ago - Square Enix London Studios Communications Manager Gareth Ramsey has announced today that Just Cause 2 for PS3 will feature video capture functionality that is exclusive to Sony's PlayStation 3 entertainment system.
To quote: This week we've some fantastic Just Cause 2 news for PlayStation players and not just that it's now only two months until release!
Nope, this week we can reveal that - exclusive to the PS3 - players will be able to capture their favourite moments of mayhem and destruction in Just Cause 2 using a unique, in-built video capture function. Capture, view and share via YouTube your craziest stunts, your most over-the-top grapple kills or your moments of sheer jaw-dropping awesomeness that leave you and your audience lost for words!
If ever there was a game screaming out for video capture, it was Just Cause 2. The freedom given by the game to mess around in the over 1000Km² of game world gives you the power to pull-off some of the most incredible Hollywood-style stunts ever seen in a videogame.
Whether surfing commercial airliners, freefalling from exploding jet fighters into fortified enemy bases or 'grapple jumping' from helicopter to helicopter (you've got to try this!), Just Cause 2 has moments you'll...