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Dragon Quest Heroes will launch for PlayStation 4 on October 13, 2015 in North America. A leaked promotional stand revealed the action-RPGs’ release date. I don’t know about you guys, but I’m really looking forward to this game! Hyrule Warriors was a great cross-over in the Musou franchise, and this game looks to be just as good!
Well this is a bit embarrassing. Capcom has pulled the PS4 version of Ultra Street Fighter 4 from its own tournament due to a host of issues. Audio glitches, visual problems, menu slowdown, input lag and more have been reported by players. There are even videos of invisible Sonic Booms from Guile players. See that video and get Capcom’s reponse below.
Maximilian Dood, one of the biggest fighting games fans on the planet has gotten his hands on the port of Ultra Street Fighter 4 on PS4, and his impressions aren’t good. There seems to be some sort of delay and lag to the menus, controls and more. Get full round-up of first impression problems past the link.
Holy shit. Game is crazy stuttering, feels slower than any other ver of SF4. Weird dark outline around all characters. Shadows look off.
— maximilian (@maximilian_) May 26, 2015
Sony Computer Entertainment president and Global CEO Andrew House admitted that Sony doesn’t have many first party titles for 2015. However, they do plan to fix that in 2016, while they focus on 3rd party support this year.
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Ultra Street Fighter 4 on PS4 is providing the complete experience to gamers. The game will only run you $24.99 and comes with all the DLC. This is in addition to the game running in native 1080p 60fps. Plus the PS4 version supports PS4 and PS3 FightSticks.
A rumor has cropped up that Sony might be planning to cut the price of the PS4 and PS Vita. On the official PlayStation retail loyalty site, where North American retail employees can sign up and win prizes or learn about new Sony products, there is currently a competition where employees can win PS4 and PS Vita consoles.
WholesomeGamer took a screenshot of the terms and conditions. And to their surprise, the retail values of the PS4 and PS Vita are changed. The PS4 retail value is at $349.00, while the PS Vita is only at $89.00. This could hint at price drops announced at E3 for both devices. However, this is a rumor, so we need to wait till E3 to find out for sure. Via: VGChartz, Source: WholesomeGamer
Check out this new God of War 3 Remastered gameplay video that shows off the title in glorious 1080p/60fps!
The development of Deep Down has been anything but smooth. Capcom’s Teruki Miyashita has explained some of the issues the team has faced while making the game.
Sony has announced that the Ratchet & Clank game and movie has been delayed to 2016. The game is a “re-imagination” of the original game that started 13 years ago. Sony now has the title launching in the Spring of 2016. More details can be found on the PlayStation Blog.
Best Buy has listed Dragon Quest Heroes for release on October 13th in North America. The title takes Dragon Quest characters from nearly every game and mashes them up in the classic Warriors gameplay style. The PS3 and PS4 versions of the game have combined to sell nearly 1 million units in Japan alone.
Hyrule Warriors was a big success selling over 1 million units as well, with a majority of the sales coming from North America and Europe. So I can see this game doing well on PS4 when it’s launched later this year. However, this is not an official release date, so don’t mark your calendars just yet!
Sony has announced that the PS4 has sold 22.3 million units as of March 31st, 2015. The firm expects to sell another 16 million units in the next year. More details on the Sony’s overall financial performance, as well as PSP and Vita numbers can be found on IGN.
Kotaku is reporting that Silent Hills, the new game that was supposed to be developed by Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro, has been canceled. The news comes from an official statement from Konami to Kotaku.
Bloodborne players are in for a treat, as From Software has just released a new patch for the title. The update improves the loading times and numerous issues that plagued the million seller. Get the full details below.
PS4 owners can now download firmware update 2.51. This update is nothing to get excited about though, as it just increases the systems’ stability. On a side note, the Nintendo 3DS and PS4 are stability update kings.
The PS4 topped hardware sales in North America in March. New releases such as Bloodborne, Borderlands, Final Fantasy Type 0-HD, and MLB The Show, helped Sony secure the top spot for console sales once again. I’ll be uploading my review of the PS4 this weekend on the YouTube channel so you’ll want to subscribe to see that. Via: VGChartz
The Official PlayStation Blog has detailed the upcoming patch for Bloodborne, version 1.03 will reduce load time and increase performance. The update will drop by the end of month.
Sony has announced that PS4 exclusive Bloodborne has surpassed 1 million units worldwide as of April 5th. This includes retail and digital units sold. Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida discussed the good news below.