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  • Bloodborne "Only Possible" On PS4

    bloodborne ps4 exclusiveAccording to the developers of Bloodborne, the upcoming RPG title was "only possible" on the new PlayStation 4.

    Game director Hidetaka Miyazaki revealed that Bloodborne would not have been able to perform on previous generation consoles, meaning that the game would only be possible on the PS4 due to From Software's and Sony's current exclusivity partnership.

    "I [have] always wanted to make a game set in the Victorian era, but to make it look good - with all of the clothing, the architecture and things - required a console more powerful than the ones that were around. The arrival of the PS4 finally gave us that," Miyazaki revealed in a new interview with PlayStation LifeStyle.

    Miyazaki went on to explain that, "Bloodborne isn't a game that could have been cross-generation, it was only possible on PS4."

    To clear up any forthcoming confusion, Miyazaki did forget to mention that the game could run on the Xbox One - it could, but Bloodborne will be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 so it makes sense for him to specifically mention Sony and the PS4, instead of 'new gen consoles' when asked about From Software's decision to stick to just the PlayStation 4 for release.

    For those unaware, Bloodborne will a game with similar elements to Demon Souls and Dark Souls, however the title will be slightly more forgiving than previous franchises by From Software.

    Bloodborne will be released on 6th of February next year as a brand new PlayStation exclusive. Recent gameplay from TGS 2014 revealed a couple of new classes.

  • New DriveClub Gameplay is Stunning

    driveclub gameplayA brand new gameplay video for DriveClub has been released, and it shows off footage of the final, finished build of the game. All I can say is that DriveClub is looking absolutely stunning.

    It may not offer the same, open world opportunities as other racing games, such as Forza Horizon 2, but DriveClub certainly looks very incredible. It seems that racing games these days are often used as the benchmark of gaming graphics - we always see the most stunning visuals in racing games before they make their way to new FPS's, RPGs or other genres of video games.

    In the new gameplay footage of DriveClub, a few cinematic fly-overs of a selection of cars can be seen - the sun is shining off of the smooth chassis of each vehicle, the world can be seen reflected off of the cars' glass windows, and every crack and crevice can be seen in the detailed world below.

    At first, it seems like a very ordinary trailer - the cinematic graphics are stunning, and then the actual gameplay shows something, that whilst impressive, isn't quite what we've seen from the trailers, but in DriveClub, the game always looks beautiful, and there's enough to look at that at times you may end up taking your eyes off the road for a little too long.

    DriveClub will be released on PS4 on October 7th in North America, October 8th in Europe, and October 10th in the UK.

  • New Free Content Added to Destiny

    free content destinyBungie have taken an interesting approach to the content in Destiny - instead of offering up all of the games bounties, missions and content all at once, they are rotating it regularly by providing some content for a couple-week period, disabling it, and then revealing more content.

    All of this content is already on the disk, but because Bungie limits what we get to play at one time, it means it always feels like there's something new to play on the weekend - all of this content so far has been free, so I personally think it's quite a nice approach to take.

    This month, Destiny released the Queen's Wrath - it's a new set of bounties and challenges that can award players with reputation points and marks for the Queen's Emissary - these can then be spent on new legendary gear and weapons that players have not yet managed to get a hold of.

    For the end game players I see this as a great opportunity to get new loot, but for those still under level 20, it's unlikely you'll manage to collect enough reputation or marks to purchase anything from the Queen's emissary before she leaves the tower and is most likely replaced with another character we've never seen or heard before.

    Collecting marks is often not too difficult, but to obtain gear, players must also earn enough reputation points to level up - this is a problem I've encountered with both the vanguard and crucible vendors.

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  • PlayStation Store Discounts Available till October 8th

    playstation store saleIf you are looking into buying a new game for the PlayStation 4, you may want to head on over to the PlayStation store as Sony have just put up a selection of games for a discounted price.

    The new games are available for any PlayStation owners with internet access, and the sales will be running till October 8th - these new sales will not affect the PlayStation Plus line up in anyway, as the October PS Plus games will go live on the 8th of October too.

    The first title on discount is Child of Light for PlayStation 4, it can currently be purchased for £7.99 or $8.95 Australian dollars. Basement Crawl is also available for £3.29/$5.95. Don't Starve can be purchased for a reduced price, along with a range of other console titles including Entwined, Escape Plan Flower and flOw. The most notable games for sale include Oddworld New N' Tasty, Outlast, Surgeon Simulator and Rogue Legacy.

    All of the aforementioned games also have an extra 10% discount to anybody who has a PS Plus subscription, however Outlast can also be picked up for an extra 20% off if you have a PS Plus subscription.

    There are dozens of other games on sale now too, including games for the PlayStation 3 and the PS Vita, so if you've got some cash to spare, I'd definitely suggest checking out the PlayStation Network store now.

    Remember, these offers will last till October 8th, at which point the free PS Plus loyalty games will be made available.

  • DriveClub Cars List Revealed

    driveclub cars listThe game director for DriveClub, Paul Rustchynsky, has just revealed the list of cars we can expect to see in the game once it has been released.

    Paul revealed the cars on twitter, and split them into five different categories: Hot Hatches, Sports, Performance, Super and Hyper.

    Within the Hot Hatches category, Paul announced the Audi A1 quattro, Mini John Cooper Works GP, Renault Clio RS, Volkswagen Golf GTI, and Volkswagen Beetle GSR.

    Sports cars will include the Audi RS5, Audi TT RS Plus, Bentley Continental GT Speed V8, BMW M135i, BMW M235i, Lotus Evora Sports Racer, Mercedes-Benz CLA 45 AMG, and Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG.

    In the performance category, players will be given access to the Alfa Romeo 4C, Aston Martin Vanquish, Aston Martin V12 Zagato, Audi RS6 Avant, Bentley Continental GT Speed, BMW M3 GTS, BMW M5, Ferrari California, Ferrari FF, Lotus Exige S, Maserati Gran Turismo MC Stradale, Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Coupe Black Series Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG 45th Anniversary Edition, RUF RGT 8, and Spyker C8 Aileron.

    In the super category, there will be the Aston Martin V12 Vantage S, Aston Martin One 77, Ariel Atom 500 V8, Audi R8 V10 Plus, BAC Mono, Ferrari 458 Italia, Ferrari F12berlinetta, Ferrari 599 GTO, Ferrari 430 Scuderia, Marussia B2, McLaren 12C, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Coupe Black Series, RUF RT12 R, Savage Rivale GTR-S and Spania GTA GTA Spano.

    Finally, in the hyper category the Gumpert Apollo Enraged, Hennesey Venom GT, Koenigsegg Agera R, McLaren P1, Pagani Huayra, Pagani Zonda R and RUF CTR3 Clubsport will be available.

    Whilst those with PS Plus will be given free access to the game, they will only be allowed to drive ten cars for free, which will include 2 cars from each category, which will be as follows:

    Mini John Cooper Works GP
    Volkswagen Golf GTI
    Bentley Continental GT Speed V8
    Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG
    Maserati Gran Turismo MC Stradale
    BMW M3 GTS
    BAC Mono
    Audi R8 V10 Plus
    RUF CTR3 Clubsport
    Pagani Zonda R

  • Battlefield Hardline 'Hotwire' Trailer Shows New Game Mode

    hardline hotwire modeA brand new trailer for EA's, DICE's and Visceral Game's upcoming Battlefield Hardline shows off a brand new unannounced game mode called Hotwire.

    In the new trailer, the Hotwire game mode is explained as a cops n' criminals themed car chase that gives criminals the opportunity to steal numerous marked cars within a level. The cops, in response, must try to recover the marked cars.

    Players in the passenger seat of the marked vehicles will be able to shoot at others whilst the driver is controlling the vehicle, so I expect Hotwire will end up being quite chaotic.

    The trailer honestly makes Hotwire look like a fast paced enjoyable game mode that takes a fresh approach on the typical FPS game modes already seen within the game. However, whilst Hotwire is explained as a game mode with 'high speed chases' I doubt it will turn out to be anything like a race from Need for Speed, and sounds more like a vehicle control gametype similar to party modes we've already seen in games like Halo.

    Whether or not Hotwire will translate as well in the real world as the trailer is portrayed is yet to be seen, but we will soon be able to find out because Battlefield Hardline has been set for a release early next year for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PC.

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  • Minecraft PS4 Physical Version Gets Solid Release Date

    minecraft ps4Whilst Minecraft for the PlayStation 4 has been available as a digital download from the PlayStation Network since the beginning of this month, many players who have hoped for a retail version of the game have had to hold their breath for a physical release.

    Luckily enough, Mojang has now announced that the physical retail version of Minecraft PS4 is on the way, and players will be able to pick it up from in-store starting from some time in October this year. In Sony's official press release related to the matter, Sony announced that,

    "As many of you will already know, Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition has been available from PlayStation Store since the beginning of the month. Following the successful digital launch, we are pleased to announce that the retail disc version will be available from 3rd October."

    Sony followed on this topic by mentioning the upcoming PS Vita version of Minecraft, and their plans for cross-buy support for the game,

    "In other Minecraft related news, for those waiting for the PS Vita Edition, we'll have more information on this in a few weeks and will include full details on how the Cross-Buy works between the PS3 and PS Vita Editions."

    Despite Minecraft already being one of the top selling games on many other platforms, the PS4 version of the game is proving popular among PlayStation 4 owners, and it's already pulling in many more sales for Mojang, which will ultimately now go to Microsoft.

  • Maps unveiled for Titanfall IMC Rising DLC

    imc rising titanfallRespawn Entertainment have now revealed all three maps for their upcoming third and final Titanfall DLC, IMC Rising, and by the sounds of it, season pass holders of the game are in for quite a treat.

    The first map in the new IMC Rising DLC has been named Sand Trap, which features a network of trenches that are connected within a desert environment.

    Map creator Chris Dionne mentioned that, "One of my main goals with Sand Trap was to use old ideas in new ways. In the center is a buried bunker inspired by the buried architecture in Fracture; this lets Titans stomp around above while pilots scurry below. Across the map are deep trenches that create a well-run highway for pilots; inspired by wall running in Rise they give quick and (relatively) safe routes across the map."

    The second map for IMC Rising is a map focused on various levels of elevation and has been named Blackwater - this will be a map for those looking for some great 360 degrees jetpack-parkour combat.

    The final map is Zone 18, an abandoned IMC base hidden within the wilderness.

    IMC Rising for Titanfall will be released later this year for Xbox 360 and Xbox One - like the DLC packs before it, IMC Rising will be part of the season pass, and season pass holders will be able to pick it up for free, whilst other players will need to pay to access these levels.

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  • GTA V for PS4 and Xbox One Might Have First Person Mode

    gta v first personWe've already talked a little bit about the new upcoming features of Grand Theft Auto V for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but new rumors suggest that there may be even more features planned for the game that Rockstar are yet to reveal.

    One such rumor makes the proposal that Rockstar may have been working on a first person mode for Grand Theft Auto 5, and it may make it's way into the game for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One release.

    Whilst there's no way to confidently confirm or deny these rumors, the source comes from a Rockstar blog reader who supposedly found a 'cached' version of the new gen announcement blog within the Rockstar website's code.

    On the cached version of the website, the first person mode was described as 'A brand new first person mode for vehicles that shows the interior of the vehicle, including working speedometers, tachometers, dash lights, and more.'

    The cached blog post also went on to describe a new first person mode whilst on foot too. It could be possible that these rumors are completely fabricated, and there is in fact no first person mode coming to GTA V on the Xbox One and the PS4, but at the same time there is chance that Rockstar could have spent the time to develop such a system. We'll have to play the waiting game and hope Rockstar responds to the rumors.

  • Metal Gear Solid V Gameplay Shows off Dog Companion

    metal gear solid dog companionAs it turns out, players will be able to obtain a cute puppy companion in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain which will follow the player around throughout the game.

    It has already been revealed that Hideo Kojima's new AI companion system will allow players to pick allies of Snake to join him on missions throughout Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, but a new a gameplay video from Tokyo Game Show reveals a new companion that I think a lot of players are going to learn to love.

    The companion, which has been named the Diamond Dog, is a wolf companion that can be found in-game as a puppy. The game event at the Tokyo Game Show captured the relationship between Snake and the wolf as it grows, and I must admit, it is certainly filled with a lot of 'Aww' moments.

    The Diamond Dog even manages to receive his own eye patch later in the story, too. It must be noted that playing alongside the Diamond Dog, or any other AI companion character is completely optional, and players can choose whether to take these companions on missions with them before they set off to reach their destination.

    Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is set for release at some point in 2015 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and the PC. So far, no solid release date has been announced, but as we near closer to 2015, I expect a confirmation for an exact date for the release of the game will be unveiled.

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