The PS4 has been out for over a year now and a number of new features have been added in that time. There are many more that people would like to see, usually pretty big changes. But what of the small things that could be relatively easily added but really improve the experience?
Sony have revealed further information about the upcoming version 2 of the PS4 system software (codenamed “Masamune”). Content includes the following, but Sony are equally stating that more is to be revealed in due course.
Yesterday Mojang, makers of Microsoft, was bought for a cool $2.5 million. Nice. But what will this mean for the devoted legions of Minecraft fans?
PS4 System Software Update 1.75 is now rolling out. There is no official changelog yet but it’s known that this introduces the ability for the console to play 3D Blu-Ray films.
One of the improvements of the PS4 over the PS3 is the ability to use your Facebook avatar. Unfortunately, a rare issue seems to have, recently, started becoming more common – the image refusing to appear.
Squidgrip, founded 4 years ago in the US, make a series of self-applied grips for console controllers. Initially producing them for the Xbox 360 and PS3 controllers, they’ve recently announced versions for Xbox One and PS4.
Yesterday the latest firmware releases for the PS3 and PS4 were announced.
Sony’s game streaming service, PlayStation Now, is to be launched next month.
At E3 last night, Sony Computer Entertainment’s new head, Shawn Layden, confirmed that YouTube is on its way to the PlayStation 4 this autumn.
Since Sony recently added the ability to download files to USB devices, I’ve been using it regularly to copy recorded videos for later editing. But why is a, on paper, faster memory stick 13 times slower than a mechanical hard drive?