Officially, the list of PS4 games is up to 22, which include exclusive indie games as well as multi-platform-released games. Now, it seems that there will be more in the works and will be revealed as early as the eve of the release of the PS4.
It appears that GameTrailersTV will be holding an exclusive event on November 14, where details of at least one new game will be revealed, reports Digital Spy. Though there are no reports yet of what this game may be, although there are speculations that it will be two recently teased games.
According to VG 24/7, "Journey" and "The Unfinished Swan" have both been teased by Nathan Gary of Sony Santa Monica. The clues as to why these games may be coming to the PS4 are that they have been tweeted in a series of posts that also include "Flower," "fl0w" and "Escape Plan," all of which have already been announced as releasing with PS4 ports.
This is a good way to counter the many lows that were found by gamers in the recently announced FAQs for the PS4. Watch out for GameTrailersTV on November 14 at 11pm ET for the announcement.
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Problems Identified in Latest 'Batman' Game
Some major issues have been identified for "Batman: Arkham Origins," and Warner Bros. Interactive are said to be getting down to dealing with them.
"It has come to our attention that there are issues that are negatively impacting the experience for some players," said Warner Bros. in a statement quoted by Videogamer. "The team has been working around the clock to review, validate and pinpoint the problems that have been reported and we have identified three main issues which we are tackling first," the company added.
According to the report, the three problems that were found include infinite falling or falling out of world, inability to continue the story and failure to unlock FreeFlow Focus mode once Shadow Vigilante rank 3 has been achieved. These problems are present in all the platforms of the game.
Perhaps the next batch of problems up for a software update would be more platform-oriented, as the Xbox 360 version has corrupted saves and ongoing crash issues that have not yet been commented upon by the developer.
Because of the issues, a software update is said to be released sometime in the future, as well as more follow-ups as more issues arise.
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'Dead Rising 3' Makes Your Smartphone Part of the Game
Most games that are coming out have an accessory app wherein they can make use of their smart devices. However, most of these are extensions of the game, either serving as a second screen or as a way to provide unlockables.
But for "Dead Rising 3," you'll be enjoying the SmartGlass feature app in a way that's unique to the game---you'll be emulating Nick the hero and using the smart device in the same way as the character in the game, according to Polygon.
"We wanted the player using our app to look at their own smart device and feel that they had just plucked it off a rotting corpse in Dead Rising 3, just as Nick (Dead Rising 3's hero) has," said Brent Arnst, senior designer, in a statement quoted by Polygon.
The main difference here is that you can make and receive calls using the app, so that you can offer advice or inform other players of prizes and missions over the phone. It's like another way to contact your fellow players when you're already deep in the game.
Besides having the usual app options, such as mission trackers, feeds, maps, and ringtone customisations, the SmartGlass app will also have military apps that can instigate air strikes, block zombies and blow up things.
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