As i reported on quite sometime ago, a update is nearly ready for release on the ps4. We already knew that the new update would allow us to broadcast in HD on Ustream, More »
There is no doubt Sony took a few shots at MS again this year but that aside we did get to witness what looks like a promising season of gaming.
The sony round up in a nutshell is as follows from last nights E3.
- Infamous: Second Son stand-alone DLC announced
- LittleBigPlanet 3 announced for PlayStation 4
- Project Beast announced as Bloodborne at E3
- Far Cry 4 co-op can be played with PSN friends who don’t own the game
- Dead Island 2 announced – coming Spring 2015
- Grim Fandango remastered coming to PlayStation
- No Man’s Sky Shown, looks stunning and is on my watch list!
- PS4 to get YouTube, works with DualShock 4 share button
- PlayStation Now PS4 open Beta coming to North America July 31
- PlayStation TV coming to North America and Europe this year
- Grand Theft Auto V is coming to Playstation 4 this Autumn
- The Last of Us Remastered coming July 29th
- Suda 51′s Let It Die coming exclusively to PS4 in 2015
- Uncharted 4 trailer shown,
Amazon Uk has just listed Mortal Kombat X up on their product page. The game is being listed for the PS4,PS3, Xbox 360, One, and PC. The lisitng also has the product launching sometime next year.
Stay tune for more info since we might be getting an official annoucement via E3. Check out the image below.
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Mortal Kombat is no doubt one of the most popular fighting games along side street fighter.
E3 is just around the corner so we’ll probably see some footage at least.
If you have a ps4, you will be able to watch all the e3 coverage live from your own tv via the PS4 app, which can be downloaded from the store.
The E3 coverage will be live from monday through to thursday as stated on twitter.
It will save hunting for streams online.
Numerous apps are currently available and easy to access, as they will appear on your bar ready for spelunking into the abyss of entertainment.
Battlefield Hardline was recently leaked through Battlelog. This leak revealed almost everything that is to know about the game. Later, we got a full 7 minutes of footage from an internal video, which showed the whole game and its various modes in detail.
It seems like Electronic Arts are planning to conduct a private (or public) beta for Battlefield Hardline, which also had the codename ‘Omaha” for its single player campaign, if this store listing is anything to go by.