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How to Control Your PS4 Using the TV Remote Control Guide

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6w ago - Below is a guide from kingplay on how to control your PS4 using the TV remote control for those interested, as follows:

To quote: How to Control Your PS4 Using the TV Remote Control Guide

In order to watch a movie or anything in PS4 you probably prefer using a remote control rather than a DualShock4 to control movie playback and to launch the console, but no new official device is available to do this.

Fortunately, there is a solution for this. I will teach you through this tutorial how to use a remote control on your PS4. I will give you the procedure with a Samsung TV.

Note: Your TV must be compatible with HDMI-CEC option, to know if this is the case, look in the manual, or search in the menus of your TV.

The first thing to do is to activate the option in the system of the PlayStation 4.

  • To do this, go to the Settings menu.
  • Then, go to the System menu at the bottom.
  • And then you must check the box "Activate device HDMI link".
  • Now in the menu on your TV, you must go to the HDMI-CEC related menu. On a Samsung, it is in the application menu, and then in Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC).
  • Go to the Configuration menu.
  • Turn the HDMI-CEC option to ON.
  • Return to the previous menu, and go to...

 

Video: Share Songs From PlayStation 4 to Your Social Networks

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9w ago - Sony Entertainment Network Senior Manager of Corporate Communications Greg Belloni shared a video today outlining how to share songs from PlayStation 4 to your Social Networks.

To quote: You can now share songs from [Register or Login to view links] on PS4 to your Facebook and Twitter feeds, with the latest system software update for PlayStation 4 (v1.7).

How does it work?

• Open your PS4 Music Unlimited app.
• Highlight the song you'd like to share.
• Hit the "Share" button your DUALSHOCK 4 controller.
• Select the Facebook or Twitter icon to share to your feed.





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Your First Look at Fire-fighting Roguelike Flame Over on PS Vita

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18w ago - Laughing Jackal Senior Producer Alasdair Evans shared a first look at fire-fighting roguelike Flame Over on PS Vita.

To quote: Hi everyone. I'm Al, Producer at Laughing Jackal and project lead on our latest game, Flame Over for PlayStation Vita.

We initially revealed we were working on Flame Over back in August 2013 but after that, all communication ceased (for which I offer my apologies.) Needless to say, tons of stuff has happened since then, so here's a reminder of what you can expect when the game is released later this year!

Flame Over is a fire-fighting action roguelike, featuring randomly generated levels, twin stick controls, fast-paced gameplay, permadeath and dynamic fire that burns, spreads and threatens the player (and other NPCs) in some cool ways.

Your objective in Flame Over is simple. Just guide your heroic fire fighter, Blaze Carruthers, up through the floors of the Infernal Industries building in London, extinguishing all fires and rescuing all the stranded workers and - naturally - their pet cats as you go.

As you guide Blaze through this mazelike building on your quest to put out the deadly inferno and save the day, you'll move through four different zones, each with their own unique features and hazards.

On top of its original...
 

Video: Aztez is Going to Blow Up Your PS4 and PlayStation Vita

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19w ago - Team Colorblind Combat Designer Ben Ruiz boasts today that Aztez is going to blow up your PS4 and PlayStation Vita consoles.

To quote: Hi! I'm [Register or Login to view links], the artist and combat designer at Team Colorblind in Arizona.

I'm super excited to announced that [Register or Login to view links], the brutal, bloody, expressive, difficult, and replayable action game I've been working on for two years now is coming to Sony's magnificent, next-gen beast machines. For your own information, Team Colorblind is myself and also [Register or Login to view links].

"Brutal, bloody, expressive, difficult, and replayable?!" is probably what you're thinking as your eyes widen in the dim glow of my audacity. But I sincerely believe that we are cooking up something you will like! At its core, Aztez is two games. One of those games is a full on real-time beat 'em up combat experience.

We've piped in the feel and creativity of Bayonetta, the sensationalism and mobility of Capcom's Alien Vs Predator, and the precision difficulty of classic Devil May Cry. As the combat designer, I've been studying these types of games for years, and I refuse to produce and hand you something that won't dangerously raise your heart rate and dopamine levels.
 

Video: InFamous Second Son: Your PS4 Questions Answered

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20w ago - Sony Blog Manager Fred Dutton shared an InFamous Second Son video today that answers some PS4 questions from PlayStation 4 fans below.

To quote: With the the March 21st launch of inFAMOUS Second Son on PS4 just a few weeks away, we recently reached out to you all via Twitter, Facebook, and regional forums with a call for any questions you might have about the latest entry in Sucker Punch's open-world, superhero series.

Duly, you deluged us with queries, which Brian Fleming - studio co-founder and producer on Second Son - has kindly taken the time to answer. Read on for his responses, and let us know if you have any additional questions in the comments below.





How did you come across the idea for Second Son? (‏@Crodogile)

Brian Fleming: Like a lot of things, it's not a single point. It's actually the reverse - you have a bunch of ideas that eventually coalesce and gel into what becomes Delsin Rowe.

The character himself was an offshoot of the decision to do Seattle. Once we picked Seattle, the idea of taking the roots of the area and having a kid who grew up on one of the Native American reservations here really was the genesis of Second Son.

On the flipside,...
 
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