PS4 - Μέρα Δεύτερη

Μία μέρα έχει περάσει από την ανακοίνωση του PlayStation 4 και περισσότερες πληροφορίες έρχονται στο φως. Έκατσα και κατέγραψα όλες τις επιβεβαιωμένες πληροφορίες που προέκυψαν και δεν αναφέρονται στη δίωρη συνέντευξη τύπου.


  • Πρώτο και κύριο θα παίζει κανονικά μεταχειρισμένα παιχνίδια, ένα "ουφ" διαφαίνεται στην αγορά...
  • H Κονσόλα απαρτίζεται από 5 πυλώνες:
    - Απλότητα
    - Αμεσότητα
    - Κοινωνικότητα
    - Ενσωμάτωση
    - Εξατομίκευση
  • Η κυκλοφορία του στην Ευρώπη για φέτος είναι αμφίβολη, πράγμα που συνέβει και με το PS3:
    Japan: 11th November 2006
    North America: 17th November 2006
    Europe: 16th March 2007
  • Στα χαρτιά της η Sony δεν χρησιμοποιεί το ακρωνύμιο SEN αλλά το PSN!
  • H 8 γίγα ενοποιημένη RAM με προβληματίζει, καθ'ότι η GDDR5 είναι πανάκριβη.
  • Το Remote Play γίνεται πλέων App και εκτός του PS Vita θα διατεθεί για iOS και Android, και Όλα τα παιχνίδια του PS4 θα είναι Streamable μέσω WiFi, κάτι που στη παρούσα φάση ΔΕΝ μπορεί να κάνει ούτε το Wii U.
  • Οτιδήποτε θα φαίνεται στο PlayStation Store θα είναι διαθέσιμο για δοκιμή (!!!)
  • Το σύστημα θα φέρει άγνωστο αριθμό USB 3.0
  • H Sony δεν έδειξε το σύστημα... γιατί ακόμα δεν έχει ολοκληρωθεί.
  • To touchpad είναι Capacitive δύο σημείων και Clickable.
  • Θα υιοθετεί μοντέλο συνδρομής, αλλά τι θα γίνει με το PS Plus δεν είναι γνωστό
  • Τα αγορασμένα παιχνίδια από το PSN όπως και τα αποθηκευμένα Saves ΔΕΝ θα είναι συμβατά.
  • Η ανάλυση 4Κ θα είναι διαθέσιμη μόνο για ταινίες, τα παιχνίδια θα τρέχουν σε native 1080p
  • Δεν υποστιρίζει χειριστήρια Dual Shock 3
  • Το χειριστήριο θα μπορεί να φορτίζει ενώσω η κονσόλα είναι Standby
Έχουμε και κάποια επίσημα πρώιμα χαρακτηριστικά συστήματος:
και περιφερικών:

DualShock 4
External Dimensions Approx. 162mm x 52mm x 98mm (width x height x depth)
(tentative, excludes largest projection)
Weight Approx. 210g (tentative)
Keys / Switches PS button, SHARE button, OPTIONS button,
Directional buttons (Up/Down/Left/Right),
Action buttons (Triangle, Circle, Cross, Square),
R1/L1/R2/L2 button, Left stick / L3 button, Right stick / R3
button, Pad Button
Touch Pad 2 Point Touch Pad, Click Mechanism, Capacitive Type
Motion Sensor Six-axis motion sensing system (three-axis gyroscope, threeaxis accelerometer)
Other Features Light Bar, Vibration, Built-in Mono Speaker
Ports USB (Micro B), Extention Port, Stereo Headset Jack
Wireless Communication Bluetooth® Ver2.1+EDR
Battery Type Built-in Lithium-ion Rechargeable Battery
Voltage DC3.7V (tentative)
Capacity 1000mAh (tentative)

PlayStation 4 Eye
External Dimension Approx. 186mm x 27mm x 27mm (width x height x depth)
(tentative)
Weight Approx. 183g (tentative)
Video Pixel (Maximum) 1280 x 800 pixel x 2
Video Frame Rate 1280x800 pixel @ 60fps
640x400 pixel @ 120fps
320x192 pixel @ 240fps
Video Format RAW, YUV (uncompressed)
Lens Dual Lenses, F value/F2.0 fixed focus
Capture Range 30cm~∞
Field-of-View 85°
Microphone 4 Channel Microphone Array
Connection Type PS4 dedicated connector (AUX connector)
Cable Length Approx. 2m (tentative)
Οι πρώτες εταιρίες που θα υποστηρίξουν το σύστημα:


Με σχολιασμό:

2K – One half of Take-Two, publishes the 2K Sports franchises as well as Mafia and BioShock.
4A Games – Produced Metro 2033 and the upcoming Metro: Last Light. European publisher Koch Media picked the franchise up after THQ folded.
505 Games – Small European publisher which mainly publishes niche and casual titles but also occasionally signs on treasures overlooked by bigger brands as too risky.
5th Cell – Best known for Scribblenauts but also produced unusual console multiplayer shooter Hybrid.
Activision – Hinted at a Call of Duty reveal for PS this year, but also showcased Bungie’s Destiny, headed to both PS3 and PS4.
Acquire – Japanese developer behind Way of the Samurai, Shinobido and Tenchu.
Arc System Works – Developer of highly technical fighters including BlazBlue and Guilty Gear.
Artdink – Japanese developer responsible for many Gundam and Macross games.
ASCII Media Works – Japanese publisher of Dengeki magazine among others, dabbles in publishing.
Atlus – Developer of the Shin Megami Tensei fracnchise. Believed to be working on Persona 5.
Avalanche Studios – Strongly tipped to have a Mad Max game in the works for next-gen, as well as Just Cause 3.
Behaviour Interactive – best know for Naughty Bear but jobs on a huge number of titles.
Bethesda – Probably planning to launch the next Elder Scrolls game on next-generation hardware.
Blitz Games Studios – UK team behind Yoostar and about a million family titles.
Blizzard – Bringing Diablo 3 to consoles, including PS3 and PS4.
Bloober Team – The last remnants of Nibris, which was behind cancelled Wii game Sadness. Currently working on PS3 and Vita MOBA Deathmatch Village.
Bohemia Interactive – Has dropped hints that DayZ Standalone will eventually migrate to consoles; also responsible for military sim ArmA.
Certain Affinity – Founded by a couple of ex-Bungie staffers, but mainly works on ports.
Capcom – Showed off Deep Down, a new property headed to PS4, at the PlayStation Meeting.
City Interactive – Publisher behind the Sniper: Ghost Warrior series.
CD Projekt – Recently unveiled The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, a “next generation” RPG.
Climax – UK developer specialising in licensed action games.
Codemasters Racing – Makes some of the best racing games in the world. Console transitions are particulaly kind to racing.
Crafts & Meister – Japanese developer of niche portable titles including Code Geass.
Criterion Games – EA studio responsible for several well-received Need for Speed games but hoping to bring back Burnout.
Croteam – Serious Sam developer.
Curve Studios – Indie responsible for the marvellous Stealth Bastard and Explodemon.
CyberConnect 2 – Japanese developer beloved of Capcom and Namco Bandai and famed for its lush cell-shaded visuals. Created the .hack/ franchise as well as Asura’s Wrath and makes Naruto games. Is forever hinting at what it’s up to next.
D3 Publisher – Multi-national publisher with Japanese development studios; partially owned by Namco Bandai. Properties include Ben 10 and Earth Defence Force.
Devolver Digital – Publishes the Serious Sam franchise.
Dimps – Jobbing Japanese studio which has had a finger in many, many pies but is best known for recent Sonic games.
Disney – Is very unlikely to not launch Disney Infinity on every platform it can wring a profit from.
Double Fine – Much-loved independent developer of The Cave, Stacking, Brutal Legends and more.
Double Helix games – Jobbing US developer with a game about Dracula’s Jonathan Harker on the back burner.
Drinkbox Studios – Canadian indie responsible for Tales from Space: About a Blob and sequel.
EA – Definitely has Battlefield and FIFA in the works for next-gen.
Edge of Reality – Jobbing developer with several ports under its belt, working on an original IP called Loadout.
Farsight Studios – Jobbing US developer.
Fatshark – Swedish developer which produced recent success War of the Roses, but also Lead & Gold: Gangs of the Wild West, which was published for consoles by Paradox.
Flying Wild Hog – Polish indie behind Hard Reset. Originally expected to stick to PC exclusively.
From Software – Makes Armored Core and the Souls series; Dark Souls 2 is coming to current-gen but director Hidetaka Miyazaki is on a top secret project.
Frozenbyte – Finnish indie enjoying success with Trine and its sequel; a third game is likely on the way.
Gaijin Entertainment – Jobbing Russian developer which produced the X-Blades property.
Gaijin Games – Indie developer of the Bit.Trip series.
Ganbarion – Somewhat forgettable Japanese developer rescued by the unexpected popularity of Pandora’s Tower.
Gearbox Software – made some little thing called Borderlands, maybe you’ve heard of it. Also producedAliens: Colonial Marines; you’ve probably heard of that, too.
Genki – Japanese developer of niche but much-loved racing games.
Grasshopper Manufacture – Developer of No More Heroes, Lollipop Chainsaw, Shadows of the Damned, and the upcoming Killer is Dead. Recently purchased by GungHo and making noises about a multiplayer game.
Gust Co. – A Tecmo Koei child greatly adored by fans for its Atelier and Ar Tonelico series.
Hello Games – British developer of Joe Danger.
GungHo – Japanese mobile developer which recently expanded into triple-A by purchasing Grasshopper Manufacture. Makes $2 million per week off a single game.
Idea Factory – Developer of a franchise with a complicated naming scheme; Spectral Souls and Blazing Souls are among its offerings.
Imageepoch – Hardcore JRPG developer.
InXile Entertainment – Carries the legacy of Interplay and seems determined to escape the traditional publishing model after the solid but forgettable Hunted: The Demon’s Forge. Working on Wasteland 2, which as a Unity-engine game can go anywhere, and a sequel to Planescape: Torment called Torment: Tides of Numenera.
Just Add Water – British team responsible for porting Oddworld games to modern platforms. Enjoys a special relationship with Sony. Has confirmed development of PS4 titles.
Kadokawa Games – Japanese media company which dabbles in publishing and holds transmedia licenses for many gaming properties.
Kalypso Media – Cheerful German publisher of PC-friendly games like Tropico, Sins of a Solar Empire and Galactic Civilizations.
Keen Games – German developer assisting with Sacred 3, which is yet to be fully revealed.
Klei Entertainment – Independent team with an oddly varied portfolio including puzzle game Eets, the amazing N+, Shank and its sequel, the incredible Mark of the Ninja, and the upcoming survival sim Don’t Starve.
Konami – Is no doubt ready to publish Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes on any and all platforms.
Lab Zero, Inc – When Reverge Games fired the Skullgirls development team, they incorporated under a new name. Skullgirls 2 will go everywhere it can, I guess.
Level-5 – Best known for the Professor Layton series but made White Knight Chronicles, a kind of MMO-lite for PS3, as well as the stunning No No Kuni.
LucasArts – Makes Star Wars games, obviously. Star Wars 1313 is expected to ship on both generationsalthough nothing has been confirmed.
Lucid Games – The resurrected ashes of racing superstar Bizarre Creations.
Marvelous AQL – Makes Harvest Moon and Rune Factory, but also Deadly Preomition. Hidetaka Suehiro has hinted a new Deadly Premonition game is inbound.
Mediatonic – Made Robot Unicorn Attack and working on Foul Play.
MercuryStream – Spanish developer of the Castlevania: Lords of Shadow series. Is moving on to something new.
Milestone – Recently resumed command of the MotoGP franchise.
Namco Bandai – Japanese publisher with strong European and US presence; has forged a strong relationship with From Software.
Nicalis – A frankly charming small developer and publisher which highlights indie games like NightSky, The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth and Cave Story.
Ninja Theory – Developer of DmC, Enslaved: Odyssey to the West, and most notably Heavenly Sword, a PS3 launch title. Is probably not sitting on its hands now that DmC has shipped.
Nippon Ichi – Delightfully oddball Japanese team with a US publishing arm. Best know for Disgaea.
Nixxes – Has ported a lot of games for Square Enix and would probably quite like to make its own game now.
Paradox Interactive – Almost exclusively PC-focused publisher of hardcore strategy and simulation games; flirts with other genres.
Platinum Games – Critically-lauded developer of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Bayonetta, and Vanquish. Can’t make too many games for our tastes.
Quantic Dream – Showed off a new PS4 exclusive engine at the PlayStation Meeting and is believed to have a new game in the works.
Rebellion Developments – Struck gold recently with Sniper V2 but has had a rought time of it on consoles elsewhere. See: Neverdead, Aliens vs Predator.
Rockstar – Makes Grand Theft Auto. Seriously. What more do you want? (Update: you want Agent, the PS3-exclusive which was never formally cancelled. Thanks, Jessica.)
Rovio – Finnish mobile developer which produced Angry Birds. Changed the world, kind of.
Saber Interactive – Plucky team with experience alongside 343 Industries; gave it’s all with inversion but fell flat and is working on God Mode.
Sega – Has gazillions of dollars to spend thanks to its non-gaming businesses, and recently picked up Company of Heroes developer Relic Entertainment. Also owns the Creative Assembly, but is probably going to make a Sonic game, let’s be honest.
Slant Six Games – Canadian indie that ought to go back to SOCOM after the disaster of Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. Was said to be working on something with Microsoft, which presumably isn’t its PS4 project. Has been linked to Star Wars: Battlefront Online.
Sony Online Entertainment – PlayStation stablemate has already made inroads to console MMOs with DC Universe Online.
Spark Unlimited – Lost Planet developer working on the third entry and linked to Onimusha and mysterious Star Wars titles.
Spike Chunsoft – Japanese developer and publisher with a wildly varied catalogue; it’s latest western-released effort is Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward.
Splash Damage – Modders turned pros responsible for the Enemy Territory games. Leapt onto consoles with the poorly-received Brink, and has a couple of mysterious irons in the fire as well as multiplayer shooter Dirty Bomb.
Square Enix – Basically confirmed a next-generation Final Fantasy today.
Stainless Games – Recently reacquired the rights to its Carmageddon property.
Starbreeze Studios – Makes interesting and divisive shooters such as The Darkness, Syndicate and The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena. Recently announced Payday 2, and is working Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons and the deeply mysterious Storm.
Straight Right – Australian team which produced Mass Effect 3 for Wii U.
SystemSoft – Japanese developer of the White Diamond and Fantasy Knight franchises.
Team 17 – Veteran UK team behind Worms.
TechLand – Developer of Dead Island.
Tecmo Koei – Prolific Japanese publisher; parent of Team Ninja. Key properties include Dead or Alive, Ninja Gaiden and Dynasty Warriors.
Telltale Games – Made about a gazillion dollars with The Walking Dead last year. Currently working on an adaptation of comic Fables.
Tri-Ace – Divisive JRPG developer of Star Ocean and Resonance of Fate.
Turtle Rock – Working on a next-gen project codenamed or possibly even titled Evolve. Take Two picked it up in THQ’s auction.
Ubisoft – Showed off Watch Dogs today but is almost certain to bring Far Cry and Assassin’s Creed to new platforms.
Vector Cell – Oh, holy shit. This French team is apparently working on a Flashback remake or reboot.
Vlambeer – Pretty adorable indie behind Super Crate Box, Serious Sam: The Random Encounter, and the best free web game of all time.
Warner Bros – Expected to announce a new Batman game shortly.
Wayforward Technologies – Employs possibly the most accomplished sprite artists in the industry. Think Bloodrayne: Betrayal and A Boy and his Blob, as well as Silent Hill: Book of Memories. Has a couple of unrevealed projects on the go.
Yager – Rose to prominence last year with the interatingly bold Spec Ops: the Line.
Yuke’s – WWE developer recently embraced by 2K after THQ’s collapse. Likely working on a wrestling title for next-gen.
Zombie Studios – The developer of Blacklight, currently working on an awesome-sounding horror title for Unreal Engine 4. Hem hem.


Πλήρη λίστα:
  1. 17-Bit
  2. 2K
  3. 4A Games
  4. 505 Games
  5. 5th Cell
  6. Abstraction
  7. Activision
  8. Acquire
  9. Arc System Works
  10. Armature Studios
  11. Artdink
  12. ASCII Media Works
  13. Atlus
  14. Avalanche Studios
  15. Beatshapers
  16. Behaviour Interactive
  17. Bethesda
  18. Big Ant
  19. Big Bit
  20. BitComposer
  21. Blitz Games Studios
  22. Blind Squirrel Games
  23. Blizzard
  24. Bloober Team
  25. Blueside Inc.
  26. Bohemia Interactive
  27. Boss Alien
  28. Bugbear
  29. Certain Affinity
  30. Capcom
  31. Cauldron
  32. Chara-Ani Corporations
  33. City Interactive
  34. CD Projekt
  35. Climax
  36. Codemasters Racing
  37. Crafts & Meister
  38. Criterion Games
  39. Croteam
  40. Curve Studios
  41. CyberConnect 2
  42. D3 Publisher
  43. Dakko Dakko Ltd
  44. Darkside Game Studios, Inc.
  45. Deck 13
  46. Devolver Digital
  47. Dimps
  48. Disney
  49. Double Eleven
  50. Double Fine
  51. Double Helix games
  52. Drinkbox Studios
  53. EA
  54. Edge of Reality
  55. Eko Software
  56. Farsight Studios
  57. Fatshark
  58. Flying Wildhog
  59. Four Door Lemon
  60. From Software
  61. Frozenbyte
  62. FuturLab
  63. Gaijin Entertainment
  64. Gaijin Games
  65. Ganbarion
  66. Gearbox Software
  67. Genki
  68. Ghost Games - An EA Studio
  69. Grasshopper Manufacture
  70. Green Hill Studios
  71. GungHo
  72. Gust Co.
  73. HB Studios Multimedia
  74. Heavy Iron Studios, Inc.
  75. High Voltage Software, Inc.
  76. Hello Games
  77. Idea Factory
  78. Imageepoch
  79. Index Corp. (Atlus)
  80. InXile Entertainment
  81. Iron Galaxy Studios, LLC
  82. Jetpack Interactive Entertainment Ltd.
  83. Just Add Water
  84. Kadokawa Games
  85. Kadokawa Shoten Co. Ltd.
  86. Kalypso Media
  87. Keen Games
  88. Klei Entertainment
  89. Konami
  90. Lab Zero, Inc
  91. Laughing Jackal
  92. Level-5
  93. LucasArts
  94. Lucid Games
  95. Ludiosity
  96. Mages Inc.
  97. Marvelous AQL
  98. Mediatonic
  99. MercuryStream
  100. Metanet Software Inc.
  101. Milestone
  102. Minority Media Inc.
  103. Mojang
  104. Namco Bandai Games Inc.
  105. Namco Bandai Studios Inc.
  106. Nicalis
  107. Nihon Falcom Corporation
  108. Ninja Theory
  109. Nippon Ichi
  110. Nixxes
  111. O-Two Inc. (Peakvox)
  112. Onmi Systems
  113. Panic Button, LLC
  114. Paradox Interactive
  115. Platinum Games
  116. Prodigy Design
  117. Psyonix Studios, Inc.
  118. Quantic Dream
  119. Ratloop Asia Pte Ltd.
  120. Rebellion Developments
  121. Red Hare Studios
  122. Ripstone
  123. Rockstar
  124. Ronimo
  125. Rovio
  126. Saber Interactive
  127. Sega
  128. Shortround
  129. Slant Six Games
  130. Sony Online Entertainment
  131. Spark Unlimited
  132. Sperasoft
  133. Spike Chunsoft
  134. Splash Damage
  135. Sproing
  136. Spry Fox LLC
  137. Square Enix
  138. Stainless Games
  139. Starbreeze Studios
  140. Stormbasic
  141. Straight Right
  142. SuperVillain Studios
  143. SystemSoft
  144. Take-Two Interactive
  145. Targem
  146. Tate
  147. Team 17
  148. TechLand
  149. Tecmo Koei
  150. Telltale Games
  151. Tonika
  152. Torus Games
  153. Tose Co. Ltd.
  154. Tri-Ace
  155. Tribute Games Inc.
  156. Turtle Rock
  157. Ubisoft
  158. vBlank Entertainment Inc.
  159. Vector Cell
  160. Virtual Toys
  161. Vlambeer
  162. Warner Bros
  163. Wayforward Technologies
  164. Will Co. Ltd.
  165. Wizarbox
  166. Xing Inc.
  167. XPEC Entertainment Inc.
  168. Yager
  169. Yuke's
  170. Zombie Studios



 Έχουμε επίσης συνεχής έμφαση ότι το νέο PlayStation είναι ένα "ενισχυμένο" PC, κάτι που το προμοτάρει ως θετικό για την ανάπτυξη παιχνιδιών, αλλά η αγορά έχει άλλες απόψεις αν αναλογιστεί τη σειρά VAIO...

Ας μη ξεχνάμε ότι κατά το λανσάρισμα του PS3 πάλι η Sony το πλάσαρε ως "PC" με βύσμα τροφοδοσίας PSU από PC και τη λειτουργία Other OS όπου ο χρήστης μπορούσε να εγκαταστήσει Linux. Βέβαια αργότερα μάθαμε ότι ήταν εν μέρη μαρκετίστικο κόλπο διότι στην παγκόσμια αγορά η διαφορά φορολογίας μεταξύ PC και Κονσόλας είναι μεγάλη.

Με την πάροδο των ετών η κονσόλα μετασχηματίστηκε σε κανονική κονσόλα αλλάζοντας το βύσμα τροφοδοσίας σε κλασικό οκταράκι και χάνοντας τη δυνατότητα OTHER OS

Ξεχνάμε και την λειτουργική XMB με νέο μενού:

Όλα τα ανακοινωθέν παιχνίδια:


Και κάτι πολύ σημαντικό για το τέλος, η κονσόλα δε θα χρειάζεται να είναι πάντα Online διότι υπήρχε αυτός ο φόβος, παρ΄όλα αυτά, σε περίπτωση που η κονσόλα είναι πλήρως συνδεδεμένη όταν είναι σβηστεί υπάρχει ένα υποσύστημα πάντα Active και Online για τα Updates αλλά και μέσο για να ξυπνήσει η κονσόλα από ένα PS Vita ή Smartphone.

Κλείνοντας είπα να ενσωματώσω την πλήρη Press Conference αλλά από το να δείτε 2 ώρες μπλα μπλά αυτό το τρίλεπτο είναι η καλύτερη σούμα!

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