So here’s the very first official pictures of the Sony PlayStation 4 controller, freshly released by Sony. Yes its official now – comes with a touchpad, motion control and “light bar” for identification.
“The controller also comes with a “share” button and the “light bar” to identify players with color coding, is also the means via which a new PlayStation camera can track the pad for advanced motion controls.”
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According to report, Sony is going released its PlayStation 4 in November this year and they codenamed it “Orbis”. And the above is the rumored controller leaked last month – that has a small touch pad at the center. The console is said to be able to be controlled remotely via tablet or smartphone and you will be able to chat with your PS4 friends or buy game (auto download to the machine). No official pricing released but expecting it at $429 and $529.
Sony has added two new colors to its new PlayStation 3, ‘Azurite Blue’ and ‘Garnet Red’. They will be available in limited quantities and will go on sale in Japan on the 28th February 2013 only in 250GB version. The console will also come in matching Dual Shock controller. Priced at 24,980 Yen ($300). More pictures after the break. Read more…
Nvidia has released a new Android-powered portable gaming system called the Nvidia Project Shield. It is powered by the company’s new quad-core Tegra 4 chip. With the 72-core GPU, this gaming device produced stunning graphics on its 5-inch + 720p touchscreen display and the shape of the device is just like a real gaming controller. Video after the break. Read more…
Your son is yelling PS3 at you all time. It’s time to get him one!
Nintendo has released the new Nintendo Wii Mini. It comes in a all-new design, with top loading disc tray and a red and black color theme and also with a matching red controller. It is priced at $100 but currently only available in Canada.
The Xbox World Magazine has spills out some details with picture on the next gen Xbox which will debut on next year’s E3 and will be called just Xbox. It will come with quad-core processor, 8gb ram and Blu-ray support and will ship with Kinect 2.0 and augmented reality capability that suppose to work with a pair of glasses.
Hohoo! Australian gamer from 4Cabling Team Member, Okan Kaya, has hit the Guinness World Record for the longest played First Person Shooter. He played the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 for 135-hours non-stop. Pretty cool, please teach me how to stay awake on my computer for 24 hours, I need to finish my assignments. Check out the video after the break. Read more…
Sony has released its Version 2.0 firmware for their PlayStation Vita. This firmware comes equipped with the PS Plus and a number of new features. With this update, handheld’s browser can be used without quitting games and has also been sped up and upgraded with revamped rendering engine and optimized GPU performance. Its video application has now come to support 1080p video and and email app has upgraded with notifications and supporting up to 5 accounts. And also, user can can now transfer content wirelessly to and from computer.
Sony has announced that they have sold over 70 million of their PlayStation 3 consoles, which is pretty much the same as the number of the Xbox sold according to the latest financial report from Microsoft. In other hand, Sony also announced that its Move motion controller has sold over 15 millions units since the day it launched which was two years ago. The PlayStation 3 console is celebrating its sixth year old birthday this year but yet there’s still no news on its hardware successor. Apparently, Sony is now focusing on the new connectivity features between the PS3 and its handheld devices. Anyway, congratulations Sony!