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PS4 News

Discussion in 'Playstation 4' started by Boogaloo, Feb 3, 2014.

  1. In other words it's served the purpose, now it adds to the hype at the event.

    No one cares about the slim, it's all about neo. Now they've got that out of the way it adds to the build up of the event and won't divert attention from Neo

    It's quite clever but ridiculously obvious
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  2. The cynic in me thinks that these days all "leaks" are planned.

    There's so much budget and marketing that goes into all of this, that nothing is said by accident anymore.

    Unless you're Donald Trump or Nintendo.
  3. You'd think for all the press companies get from these leaks that ninty would hop on board instead of leaving it a week before launch to showcase their console.

    No love or want for the slim, neo for me if I'm buying a second console want it to be upgrading.

  4. See the point of the slim is to be an entry level 'cheap' version

    Problem is it always works the opposite way.

    They bring out a new console, the old version value plummets. However the old version prices are already lower than the RRP as well as cheap bundles. And that stock will dry up leaving no option but the slim. So the entry level unit ends up being significantly more than the original version for at least a year if not longer for a poorer class of item with cheaper (though somewhat improved a lot of the time) components

    Quick glance and £270 with a couple of new games with a current model. You won't get cheaper than that for a while with a new model
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  5. :rofl: Saw that yesterday I thought for a second someone took a slice out of a touch pad to get it to work.

    Probably to make up for the lack of seeing the front light which is supposed to represent radar bleeps, health etc in other games, I think it would be annoying especially when you are charging the controller.

    Totally agree they see the slim models as a way to have a cheaper alternative, but really all it is doing is replacing the high level price of the original model, they phase those out and sell at a lower amount but it really isn't much of a saving.

    When I switched from wii to PS3 I did it with the purpose of my console being the slim as it was the newer model, I could have got a phat ps3 but what was the point since there was so many models and near end of their new shelf life.
  6. @Registered

    Sony have launched 2 step verification. I assume @MilkyMalky will be popping this on immediately after this week.

    Very wise to activate given how many stories you hearing of peoples PSN accounts been hacked.

    Just some friendly advice if you set it up download your backup codes :)
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  7. Thanks, appreciate the help!
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  8. Yeah I need to get on this Bartell, I cant think of anything worse than having my PSN hacked, its a nightmare to get put right
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  9. I'll enable this tonight. Had the hassle of an Xbox hack, don't want a PS hack as well
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  10. All sorted just need to activate both my consoles later.
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  11. I'd say I'm going to buy this with the hope it will give me an advantage in the call of duty or on the battlefield....

    But nothing will improve my game, I'll face facts that I'm shit at FPS, I'll save myself £129.99 and buy some more games instead..
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  12. A new Sharefactory update is releasing today with new features that will make Sharefactory more than just a video editor. With Sharefactory update 2.0, you can create animated GIFs, photo collages, and more. Also, with the launch of PS4 Pro just around the corner, Sharefactory will also support the system with this new update.

    We’re excited about the new animated GIFs feature, which can be easily shared to Twitter right from your console via Sharefactory. Using content from your Capture Gallery or your existing Sharefactory projects, you can create looping animated GIFs up to 10 seconds long.

    Sharefactory is currently the only way to create and share animated GIFs on PS4.

    The new update also adds Photo Mode – a great way to show off some of your best trophy and gaming moments. You can easily create custom photo collages with up to six photos. You can also utilize most of the existing filters and effects from Sharefactory to add to your photos.

    Additionally, Sharefactory’s 2.0 update will support PS4 Pro’s high-resolution content so you can create, personalize, and share your 1080p videos and 4K screenshots with the world, straight from your Capture Gallery.

    Other features in this update include:

    • Projects now export up to 20% faster
    • Pan & Zoom on your gameplay videos
    • New Sharefactory stickers
    • Meme font
    • Split clip feature can now be utilized on Track 2
    • Refreshed UI
    Since the initial launch of Sharefactory, we’ve been working hard to add new features to enhance the sharing experience on PS4, such as the ability to import your own music tracks, add audio and video commentary with green screen effects, export up to 60 minute videos and more. We appreciate the feedback we received from the community and we will continue to work hard to make more enhancements to Sharefactory.

    We’re excited to see the new content you create. As always, let us know what you think. Have fun with 2.0!
  13. Sexy or just following XB One S?

  14. i prefer the white console look
  15. It's why everyone loved the Wii...
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  16. Starting tomorrow, the Media Player app is getting an update to support 4K video playback on PS4 Pro. Following this update, 4K videos in mp4 format saved on a USB stick or home server can be played on the Media Player app (remember, you’ll also need a 4K compatible TV to watch the videos in 4K).

    Your home server will appear as a media option in the Player automatically so finding your media is simple and quick. Just a reminder, USB storage that’s already been formatted as extended storage for your PS4 can only be used to save games and apps – it can’t be used to save and play the videos.

    For those of you that own a PlayStation VR system in addition to PS4 Pro, Media Player will also update to support playback of 4K VR video content. PS VR’s display resolution is 1920 x RGB x 1080, therefore 4K VR videos will be displayed in a higher image quality compared to HD VR videos. Capture stunning 360 degree 4K footage, and then immerse yourself in that footage in VR at home – just as if you’re right back in the scene you shot.

    And while on the topic of 4K, many of you have already been enjoying 4K streaming on PS4 Pro, but in case you weren’t aware, streaming video apps including Netflix and YouTube have 4K content available, so make sure to check them out.
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  17. 4K VR porn, cumshot tastic.
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  18. That's bullshit. If they can enable 4k VR video via the media player on the pro then what's stopping them enabling HD VR video on the standard PS4? *****.

    Oh well, at least the littlstar app works fairly well for SBS via USB.
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