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  • Posted by hellsing9 , on 24/07/2014, @ 08:11pm



    NOW TV app is available to download directly from your PS4.
    For those of you who have been waiting for the NOW TV app from Sky to make it to Sony’s latest console, the wait is over. Appearing earlier today you can download the application directly on your PS4, meaning you can get some nice telly goodies as long as you have a subscription.

    If you haven’t signed up to NOW TV and wonder what all the fuss is about, the service offers three packages that give access to movies and TV channels like Sky Atlantic. For example the movies packages is 8.99 pounds a month, while the entertainment one, which has Sky Atlantic, is 4.99 pounds. There’s also a Sky Sports pass but that should only be used if you really want to watch a match, as it clocks in at 9.99 pounds per day.


  • Posted by Pirate , on 24/07/2014, @ 02:53am


    Coming soon: PS4 system software update 1.75 adds 3D Blu-ray film support.


    To quote the source
    "That was fast. After Microsoft announced the Xbox One is going to get Blu-ray 3D support in an update soon, Sony's PlayStation Europe arm has responded by finally revealing the same feature is coming to the PS4. There's no word yet on any other other home theater related features we'd love to see make the jump from PS3 to PS4 (Bluetooth remote, DLNA, MP3 playback), or a specific release date, but software update 1.75 is the one we're looking forward to. It's hard to say which is the bigger coincidence -- that this feature is confirmed just days after the XB1 or that it comes as we're finding out about the PSN outage settlement. Hey, at least it's not another stability update.
    Update: The PlayStation US Twitter account has chimed in and done one better -- mentioning that firmware 1.75 will arrive next week. Still no word on any other changes, but that will probably put it ahead of the Xbox One, and give you enough time to order Gravity in 3D from Amazon."



    Thanks @willemse21


    Nice. Would have thought they already had it, but still good to know.

    With 1.74 just out, Sony has already stated that the next FW release is just around the corner and brings 3D Blu-Ray film support

    URL="http://psx-scene.com/forums/content/incoming-another-ps4-update-v1-75-coming-soon-adds-3d-blu-ray-support-4612/"]News Source[/URL

  • Posted by Pirate , on 23/07/2014, @ 08:31pm


    If you live in the UK, Now TV is now available to you on your PS4. NowTV is a service that brings pay on demand movies/TV shows/sports etc..


    Sky's media app, Now TV, has been added to PlayStation 4 in the UK according to a tweet by PlayStation Europe's English community manager Chris Owen.
    Available since last year on PS3, the Now TV app allows users to pay for on-demand movies, TV shows and sports - each with their own subscription.
    A Sky Movies monthly pass goes for $15.31 ($8.99,), while an Entertainment pass costs $8.5 ($4.99,), and a Sky Sports day pass is $17.01 ($9.99.).
    Last we checked, Now TV was also slated to come to Xbox One sometime "this summer".


  • Posted by xXx The Darkprogramer xXx , on 22/07/2014, @ 02:49pm



    So a Couple of days ago i was on ps3 sanctuary and i recieved word that the PS4 was dumped and by my surprise it was done by using a Rasberry Pi

    So i thought i would try this my self and after a few attempts at trail and error it actually worked !!!

    i Can dump my ps3 two i believe i will try this at a later stage when i get free time off work ext

    mabye the PI will be replacing an e3 flasher and become a ps4 fav

    This is already some performance on ps4

    Happy Hackings

  • Posted by hellsing9 , on 21/07/2014, @ 09:59pm


    We keep hearing news about how Microsoft pushes a new update every month for the Xbox One. Meanwhile, Sony seems to be taking its sweet time in doing the same for the PS4. Some might say that the system is more well-rounded than its competitor and doesn’t need a whole lot of patching. While this may be true, the fact of the matter is that Microsoft keeps adding new features and improvements that have caught the attention of many people. Lately, we’ve seen the Xbox One making significant progress towards catching up with the PS4, which means that the Japanese company needs to act fast if they don’t want to lose anymore ground.
    Luckily, they seem to be well-aware of this fact and are planning to release a new firmware update sometime in the near future. We’re not sure what the update contains yet, but PS4 owners have been asking for 3D and Mp3 support for a while now so let’s hope that Sony decides to listen. According to Fred Dutton, “more news on PS4 firmware updates very soon. Stay tuned.” When asked if he can give a more specific time frame, he said that no further info can be given at the moment, but he reiterates that it will come soon. “Alas, not at present. More info to come soon though,” Dutton said.
    It seems we’re left guessing for now, but at least there is confirmation that a firmware update is indeed in the works. The PS4 still lacks some of the features promised ahead of its release, such as the “suspend mode” among others. With this feature you can reportedly put the console in sleep mode while playing a game and then resume it whenever you wish. Sounds very useful, right? Unfortunately there is no news on when this and other promised features will make it to the PS4. Maybe in the upcoming firmware update, who knows. In any case, Sony’s head of worldwide studios Shuhei Yoshida said last month that these features are coming.


  • Posted by hellsing9 , on 21/07/2014, @ 09:56pm


    Oddworld New ‘n’ Tasty sees Abe making a comeback this week along with the PS4 version of Le Tour De France.

    Two new games hit the PS4 in the week commencing July 21st..

    Le Tour De France - Season 2014

    Already out on PS3 this year’s Tour De France game is available as a cross buy for PS3 and PS4. Race through the 21 Tour De France stages controlling your endurance and organising your team to successfully complete objectives either solo or co-op with another player.
    Oddworld New ‘n’ Tasty

    Revisit a classic from the PlayStation 1 as Abe, the original Oddworld front man makes a comeback first on PS4 before coming to everything else. Revamped, revitalised and rebooted for a new generation of gamers to try and for fans of the series to play again. Join one of gaming’s most unlikely heros on a mission to save his Mudokon kindred from being turned into tasty treats.


  • Posted by hellsing9 , on 14/07/2014, @ 08:03pm


    Another trailer showing how Assassin's are there to change history (or make it) and leave those Aristocratic scum to the people.

    Cinematic trailer:

    In case you are wondering what song is used on AC Unity, is from tears for fears. "Everybody wants to rule the world". Covered by Lorde. Thanks @JonahUK (typoed like a boss)
    Loving it so far.

  • Posted by BobbyBangin , on 11/07/2014, @ 05:46pm



    In a Q&A with Gamasutra, Sony's Adam Boyes was asked if Sony had ever contemplated releasing alpha versions of a game, such as top seller 'Forest', on Steam. To which he replied:

    "That’s one of the massive conversations we have internally -- that, at what point does [a game meet standards of release]? We still at some point ensure that we're being mindful of the consumer. We don't want somebody to stumble across that title and expect a full product, and have a negative experience.

    At the same time, I'm like you -- I want to help bootstrap people, to bootstrap them, to help them out. Like supporting the underdog for a sports team."

    He then went on to add:

    "Honestly, we're working through that right now. We're figuring out what's ok. We obviously have our tech requirement checklist that people have to adhere to. So we're internally discussing, what does that list look like this? What are the caveats? Stuff like this. So it's still a project that a lot of minds are considering. No details yet, but it's something on the top of my mind every day."

    A program like this would allow for gamers to help developers work out bugs for game, most likely at a cost. The scenario doesn't seem a like big leap for the current gaming in general. A lot of games in the last few years have been alpha or beta version like as it is, seeing as so many games are released with a lot of bugs and have a rushed and unfinished feel to them. Even so, this could change that.

    This would also appear to be a move that would make the PS4 even more PC like with it's approach to gaming. What Sony lacks in innovation, they have never been afraid to borrow and apply those concepts from other platforms.

    Of course, there is probably a large array of gamers who would like for Sony to apply this concept for various reasons, ranging anywhere from just being able to get a sneak peek at a game in progress to genuinely being interesting in having a hands on approach to being able to help developers create a more complete gaming experience.


  • Posted by hellsing9 , on 07/07/2014, @ 06:51pm



    We love Metro, specially this redux edition. Remastered versions and will run at 60 frames-per-second. (Always the same punch-line)
    The game will launch on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows.
    Metro Redux, the upcoming bundle that includes remastered versions of both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, will launch in North America on 26 August 2014 for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, Deep Silver announced today. The European release is three days later, on 29 August.
    Redux will contain all previously-released downloadable content for both games. Additionally, the remastered versions of the games will be sold separately for $25 each, across both consoles and PC. Players who already own the games on Steam can purchase the remastered versions for a 50 percent discount.
    The remastered versions of the games will include "never-seen-before" content, new gameplay features, and "outstanding graphical fidelity". Though the resolution is unknown, both games will run at 60 frames-per-second.
    The bundle was announced last month. Deep Silver explained that the gameplay has been improved "radically", and the game now featuers "advanced enemy AI, improved combat and stealth mechancis, superior weapon handling, and more responsibe, intuitive controls". The game's visuals will also feature "advanced lighting, dynamic weather, more detailed characters with improved animation, more dynamic destruction, and improved smoke, fire, and particle effects.
    Metro 2033, developed by 4A Games and published by THQ and Deep Silver, was released on 16 March 2010 for the Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. Metro: Last Light, also developed by 4A Games and published by Deep Silver, was released for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Windows on 14 May 2013, for Mac OS X on 10 September 2013, and for Linux on 5 November 2013.


  • Posted by GregoryRasputin , on 30/06/2014, @ 11:39am


    The US PS Store is holding a sale on some of its popular games, here are those games: