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  1. Kingdom Hearts III Review – Written by DestinyDecade Copy purchased for review. It began in 2002 when Squaresoft and Disney would collaborate to bring Kingdom Hearts. Combining the role-playing adventure of Final Fantasy with the cute and memorable side of Disney, the first game would give way to a franchise that tells a tale about light against darkness. Fans waited years for a sequel after Kingdom Hearts II but what they got is Square churning out more games that would help shape the lore of the series. But come 2013, Square-Enix announced that Kingdom Hearts III would be in development. After six years of anticipation, it has arrived. Being the final entry of the supposed Xehanort Saga, is it worth the wait? Is Kingdom Hearts III worth a chance? Let’s begin with the game’s story and yes, Kingdom Hearts’ plot is a bit convoluted at times. Sora, along with Donald and Goofy are back yet again as they travel on a new journey, heading to different worlds and taking the fight against Xehanort and his true Organization XIII. While that occurs, Riku along with Mickey head to the realm of darkness to find Aqua, a keyblade master. Both of these plots eventually coincide, leading to two factions battling one another to determine the fate of every world. It’s a battle between the forces of light against the forces of darkness. From my experience, I did enjoy the story. It has enough to get me invested but also enough to literally hit you where it hurts, emotionally. Every world has its own story to tell, characters to meet and things to do. But the plot itself connects since the bad guys are invading each world and it’s up to the good guys to save the day. However there is some criticism. People who haven’t played every game and going into this one will feel lost, not knowing certain things such as characters and plots. Thankfully the game has a Memory Archive where players can catch up in preparation for this one. If you have played any of the Kingdom Hearts games, then this will feel really familiar to you. Kingdom Hearts III is an action RPG game that borrows elements from many of the entries and incorporates them into this one. You have access to your Keyblade, as well as Magic but this game also has some new stuff. One instance is the Formchange. Depending on what Keyblade Sora has, he gains access to a different form that can add a bit of flair to his offense. Some keyblades have more than one form with devastating finish attacks. Not only that but Sora can also hold more than one Keyblade. In fact he can hold onto three. This gives Sora the chance to mix it up and he can save a formchange for later if needed. Shotlocks make a return, from Birth By Sleep where you lock onto multiple enemies and deliver a powerful attack. This time, depending on the keyblade, you get access to a different shotlock and plus, some blades will have more than one. It’s a sense of variety that feels rewarding for players. New to the series is Attractions, giant amusement park rides that can do a variety of attacks. They all offer something new but some instances will give Sora rides that will deal heavy damage to foes. Another new feature is the Link command. Link Commands allow Sora to summon a special ally to the battlefield. They range from Meow Wow to even Stitch and can turn the tide of the battle. Only drawback is that it costs all your MP but your health does recover so it also serves as a lifesaver if things go bad. You also have access to team-up attacks with your allies and this time, Donald and Goofy don’t have to leave. In fact you can have up to 2 guest allies in your group, raising the party up to 5. It’s awesome and some of the support cast even comes with their respective team up attacks too. In terms of content, Kingdom Hearts III offers plenty to do. You have the Gummi Ship but this time, Square-Enix decides to make it a free flight mode where you can travel around to wherever you want to go. Like in Kingdom Hearts 1 & 2, you can customize your Gummi ship however you want. Each of the three systems have plenty of quests and challenges to do. There’s also Little Chef aka Remy from Ratatouille and his restaurant, the Bistro. As you travel on your journey, you will find ingredients. They’re for Remy’s mini game. Most of it is simple but it’s trial and error cause if you screw up, you lose the ingredients. But when you succeed, you acquire meals and combining different meals together can boost stats for you and your party. It’s a nice temporary benefit if you feel the game is a bit challenging. There are mini games in each world, there’s the Classic Kingdom where you play handheld mini games to get a high score, there’s a lot to do. I kid you not. Beating the game alone will take you around 20 hours but if you want to 100% the game, it’s double the length. Not to mention there are three difficulty settings: Beginner, Standard and Proud. If you want a real challenge, the Proud difficulty is your best option. There is no Critical mode sadly but I hope that Square-Enix will consider adding it in a future update. Kingdom Hearts III is amazing. It’s truly awesome to look at. Running at a rock solid 60 fps, the game runs great but is flawless too. Not only that but load times are minimal especially when it transitions from cutscene to gameplay. I love it. It’s seamless. As for the voice acting, it’s still top notch with many familiar voices along with new ones, especially from the more recent Disney films. It’s pretty good. The music is enjoyable. Yoko Shimomura is truly a goddess when it comes to music. I’m not kidding. She delivers on some amazing tunes, not to mention remixes of familiar tunes. Every world you travel always offer something enjoyable, even when you are at the end of the game as well. It’s just awesome. But for all the good things that this game has, there are some flaws. One example’s the Attractions. They can be really overpowered and they come too frequent. Even when you turn off Attraction Extender, they still have a tendency to come in and can turn most fights into a joke. I wish Square-Enix could either tone them down or have them show up less. The game is also a bit easy, even at Proud difficulty. By the time you reach the end, Sora will probably have a lot of abilities that can help turn the tide of any battle, even the final boss. There is an ability that disables experience and it can make the game challenging but it isn’t enough. Sure this game is also meant to attract new audiences but it should offer something for players that want a tough challenge. The lack of Critical Mode doesn’t help matters. Last but not least, unless you’ve played every other game in the series, the plot will make your head scratch and wonder who some of the characters are. The Memory Archive does help for those that want to be up to speed but for anyone that has no idea, they may be in for a really confusing ride. So in conclusion, Kingdom Hearts III is a game that fans waited years for. Is it worth your time? Absolutely. Does it have flaws? Definitely. For all it’s negatives, this game has a lot going for it. It looks amazing, it’s easy to get into and play and it has enough that’ll keep you going for a long while. A 13-year wait reaches its end and surprisingly, it’s also on Xbox One so that’s a first. This game serves as an end to the Xehanort Saga and the end of a journey that spans 17 years. Let’s hope that Square-Enix doesn’t take too long for the next entry… hopefully. Seriously get Kingdom Hearts III. It’s worth your time. I give Kingdom Hearts III an 8.5 out of 10. It’s worth your money and your time.
  2. Rocket League - Special Operation

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    Front Page Article: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/home/articles/frontpage/angry-army-special-operations-rocket-league-1222017-r1005/ Join the Angry Army across PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One this Saturday night December 2nd at 6pm EST for a special AJSA 4th Year Anniversary Event on Rocket League! Come together as we close out our Anniversary season playing a game that has such an important and storied place in our history as a community. Keeping in tune with the fellowship and unity that the Anniversary season brings, this event will include cross-play matches between console and PC! We hope you can join us for a night of fun and good gaming. ---- Event Information ---- PC Division - Expeditionary Force Host: Jayson's Rage Start Times: Universal Time Coordinated 10:00 PM UTC North America Times 6:00 PM ET 5:00 PM CT 4:00 PM MT 3:00 PM PT United Kingdom/Ireland Times 11:00 PM GMT How To Participate: This event will take place in the Official AJSA Discord Server, and participants are asked to join the ‘Expeditionary Force’ voice channel. If you’re not yet a member of the Official AJSA Discord Server, click on this link to join: https://discordapp.com/invite/0iHbkwYao3Pl1zdj --- Playstation 4 Division - Game Nights Hosts: WITHASTICK, DoctorPainMD, and Syrupywolf Start Times: Universal Time Coordinated 10:00 PM UTC North America Times 6:00 PM ET 5:00 PM CT 4:00 PM MT 3:00 PM PT United Kingdom/Ireland Times 11:00 PM GMT How To Participate: Make sure you’re apart of the AJSA’s PlayStation 4 Community Page. Click here to learn more about Community Pages. Each host will create an Event for Game Nights on the PlayStation 4 through the Community Page. Accept and join one of the host created Game Nights Events. Please DO NOT join more than one of the host created Events. Look for and remember Game Nights date and start time for your region/country below. On the day and start time of Game Nights the Event feature will auto-create a party chat and auto-invite everyone who signed-up to it. --- Xbox One Division - Weekly Events Hosts: AJSAWookieJedi, StraightUpMelon & RuneX Start Times: Universal Time Coordinated 10:00 PM UTC North America Times 6:00 PM ET 5:00 PM CT 4:00 PM MT 3:00 PM PT United Kingdom/Ireland Times 11:00 PM GMT How To Participate: It is encouraged you add the hosts to your friends list on Xbox Live. During the event, please join the ‘Official AJSA Xbox One Community’ Xbox Live Party that the host creates from the AJSA Xbox Club (learn how to join the Club here). If the party is full, or on invite only, please contact a host for an invite. Room will be made for every member who wishes to participate. If need be, 'Squad Leaders' will be designated by the host to accommodate all participants. If you would like to give advance notice to the host that you would like to play, you are free to do so. Otherwise keep note of the event start times and join the AJSA Xbox Live party to begin. If you have any questions, please contact the hosts directly at their Gamertags on Xbox Live or on the forums. ---- Additional Information ---- Code of Conduct: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/topic/38795-ajsa-code-of-conduct/ New Members Guide: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/topic/38814-new-members-guide-and-contacts/ PC: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/forum/176-pc-gaming/ PS4: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/forum/31-playstation-4-vita/ Xbox One: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/forums/forum/32-xbox-one/ AJSA Discord Invite Link: https://discordapp.com/invite/0iHbkwYao3Pl1zdj AJSA Gaming Events Calendar: http://angryjoeshow.com/ajsa/calendar/
  3. Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite Review – Written by Jose Vega Purchased product for the sake of review. Marvel & Capcom… they are two different companies that have one thing in common: a franchise where many of their franchise’s best duke it out against each other. In 2011, Marvel vs. Capcom 3 was released. Though it had a pretty positive reception, it wasn’t enough and the series would enter hibernation. Marvel was under the grip of Disney and before long, Disney would get involved making games of their own, only to call it quits after Disney Infinity bit the dust. Five years later, it was announced that Marvel and Capcom would be back at it again with a new entry into the Versus series. The game in question was Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite. Now that it has been released, does this game hold up to the hype? The plot for Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite involves Ultron Sigma using the Reality and Space Stones to merge the worlds of Marvel and Capcom together. This creates a world where he is ruler but a legion of heroes from both Marvel and Capcom worlds unite to not only defeat Ultron Sigma but also find a way to undo and restore their respective worlds. Many previous entries didn’t have much of a plot but this is the first time in the series where the plot takes precedence. Sadly I feel that it isn’t as interesting. Capcom had hyped the game’s story as being the main focal point. All it did sadly was only damage the overall presentation, especially when the demo was released a few months back. Compared to the final version it isn’t as much helpful and though it did improve when it came to the character models, having something that wasn’t as good in the beginning only serves to hurt the game, not help it. If anyone likes the story, more power to them. However I believe that a story had to be made in response to Netherealm’s games like Mortal Kombat and Injustice having story modes that provide a lot. Gameplay has always been the Versus series’ strong point and this is no exception. Going back to basics, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite is a 2-on-2 fighting game where you choose two characters and then duke it out either with the computer or online against other players. It also is a 4-button fighter with 2 punches & 2 kicks respectively, similar to Marvel vs. Capcom 2. One noticeable feature is the Infinity Stones, brought back from Marvel Super Heroes. They provide a nifty addition by adding an advantage that can change how your team handles the battlefield. By pressing either the left or both shoulder buttons, you can activate an Infinity Surge for a quick effect or go full throttle with an Infinity Storm after filling up your Infinite meter. This adds a lot of variety to the game, as each of the six Infinity Stones offers different effects. You have a choice of up to 30 different characters to choose from. More than half of the cast is from the previous game and unfortunately it hurts the overall game. You have new characters such as Mega Man X, Jedah, Gamora, Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers) and some that are coming down the line as DLC but I feel pretty disappointed that the roster is lackluster. Simply lackluster. The game does offer a lot and compared to Street Fighter V, at least that’s better than having a barebones product. You have your traditional arcade and versus modes but there’s also Story. Story Mode will take you probably 2-3 hours to complete, more if players plan to do it in a higher difficulty. Mission Mode is back from Marvel 3 and it offers players a set of challenges they need to complete with each character. Online mode is also included with ranked and player matches. Players can also set up lobbied where up to eight players can play against each other. Interestingly, up to four games can happen in a lobby at once. It’s pretty cool. Compared to SFV, this game really offers a lot for your money’s worth and if you have friends then you’ll have a fun time. Also the game has an Easy Combo System that you can thankfully turn off in the options menu. It’s a neat addition for newcomers to get into the game without having to worry about anything complex. It also applies for Easy Hyper Combos as well, which like I mentioned can be turned off. Though it has many positives, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite has many things that hurt the game. The presentation isn’t that great. Character models may look good but most of the time, they feel off. Compared to the demo where they looked real hideous in some cases, I am happy that Capcom took the liberty to improve on the models after much feedback. The story isn’t as great and can sometimes be real jarring. Since story had been focused on a lot, it also means there are no arcade endings. A bummer. Music is also a bit forgetful. Many of the tracks don’t seem to hook you compared to previous titles and though the game uses techno, it doesn’t click. I mentioned that the roster was lackluster. Several well-known characters such as Wolverine, Magneto and others aren’t in the game. This is mostly due to legal stuff behind the scenes between Marvel/Disney and Fox over the film rights. It’s upsetting that they aren’t in and I can understand why but on the other hand, all of this is just one big advertisement for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Another big nitpick is DLC and it seems Capcom hasn’t learned their lesson from Street Fighter V. Unlike SFV, this issue is minor at best. There is DLC in the game and it comprises of six new characters as well as some alternate costumes. A season pass for this can be purchased but I feel that their business model will only do more harm than good for the overall game. Made no better that the game has a $90 deluxe edition and a $200 collector’s edition that is outright poor. It didn’t help that the game had pretty poor PR especially with Peter “Combofiend” Ross as well as Pete Rosas and Michael Evans saying stuff like characters are functions or saying that there’s no X-Men because fans don’t remember them. It’s poor PR on not just Capcom’s part but also Marvel and Disney. No wonder the game had controversy from the get-go. Overall, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite isn’t a bad game. It truthfully isn’t. The game has really good gameplay, addicting if you put the time and effort into it. However great gameplay doesn't equal a great game if the overall presentation is lackluster. A poor roster of familiar faces with little new appearances, a story that doesn’t seem to grip you in, questionable choices behind the scenes and you get a recipe for disaster. Should you buy this game at full price? Absolutely not. Wait for a price drop or better yet, wait till Capcom releases a complete edition for this. Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite may be a game that would get the series out of hibernation but it’s not the game we’re looking for. I give Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite a 5 out of 10. You want a fighting game that feels like Marvel vs. Capcom but plays well? Wait for Dragon Ball Fighter Z.
  4. This is an open letter to everyone in the AJSA PS4 Division Dear Everyone, I am posting this here because I wished to post this in the PS4 chat, but I felt it was too long, so I am putting it fully here. First off, I must give everyone within the PS4 Division a very heartfelt thank you. I found this community when I first got Overwatch for Christmas 2016, I was only level 15, and I kept on being matched up with twelve year olds in-game. Having been on the AJSA website for many years, I posted my request, my subtle plea - I just wanted somebody to play with. Somebody who wouldn't screw me over, who would look past the fact I was only a low level player in my first ever online multiplayer game, and actively help me become a better player. Enter WITHASTICK, the Community Leader who answered my call. At first, I had no idea what I was getting myself into, truth be told, I was scared. I was scared I would face the rejection I always do in real life, when you're an outlander like me who lives in a small town, where everyone knows everyone, having to continue being the lone wolf. But how do wolves live? In packs of course. It seemed I had finally found a pack that accepted me. Everyday, I wake up, I go to College, and I go home, sometimes work will take the place of college in that sequence but its the same sequence nonetheless. From the amount of moving around I do, its hard to make friends, I don't fit in with people where I live - my lifestyle, my ideals, my mentality is just too different. I used to dread going to college, knowing just how alone I was, but now, its changed. I may not know your real names, I may not know your faces, you may consider it sad, but I consider you all as friends. In the short time span I have been in the community, I already have so many memories to look back upon and smile about - be it being up late at night helping me with a stupidly complicated math problem whilst trying to calm me down, getting everybody ranked in Comp on Overwatch and dreading the result after exchanging placement horror stories, Torbjorn's corpse always getting POTG even after somebody got a triple kill as Symmetra, glitching guards in Dishonored, the amazing armor designs from For Honor, the Horion Zero Dawn hype, the Nioh tips, and everyone becoming digital photographers in an effort to get their picture on the community page. As I said before, I used to dread College, but now, I have something to look forward to, it makes the days shorter and less painful knowing that there's a group of people I can look forward to hanging out with, even if we don't know each other's names or faces. From the bottom of my heart, Thank You Yours Sincerely, ASOBlueRose - AJSA PS4 Division
  5. Yep. It has already begun. I ain't wasting time. I'll let you guys enjoy the playthrough of Gravity Rush 2. It's also on vidme too: https://vid.me/g7H0
  6. Special thanks to Image & Form Games for providing me a copy of this game and to be honest, a game like this is something I SO WANT to enjoy. Before anyone asks, I played Steamworld Dig and it was a fun exploration type game reminiscent of Metroid but with digging and searching for jewels. However here, Steamworld Heist takes place in outer space. However instead of playing as one character, you get to play with an entire party of like-minded space cowboy robots that kick butt and take names. Not only that but you can collect water (currency) in order to buy new weapons, items and to extend your storage. It's really fun and I was able to record the first hour of it. If people like it then I'll do more because honestly, I love this game. So much so in fact that I hope to get it on Wii U and 3DS. Why? Because I want to support these guys. They're awesome. But if you want to see the game for yourself, here's the video.
  7. Hey guys and gals, James here aka Wade D McGinnis! Today I bring the review to Homefront: The Revolution! This was reviewed with a heavy heart. Let me know your thoughts on the game and as always, catch you next time!
  8. For this review, my copy is a review copy given to me by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Available for the following: PS4, PS3, Wii U, 3DS, PS Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One Written by Jose Vega In 2012, a film called The Avengers was released in theaters to widespread critical acclaim. It was the result of several Marvel films that would lead to Earth’s Mightiest Heroes uniting against an other worldly foe. The Marvel Cinematic Universe would form as a result. It sets the stage for future films all while introducing characters old and new for a modern age. Four years later, WB and Tell Tale Games would take the MCU and bring it to a completely different world… Legos. The result is LEGO Marvel’s Avengers. But you probably wish to ask yourself? Does it deliver? The answer is yes. It does in so many ways that it’s worth the price. Like many LEGO games before, LEGO Marvel’s Avengers takes us through several films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe with The Avengers and the sequel, Age of Ultron along with both Captain America films, Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World. It’s a pretty good selection and it lets fans relive some of the films’ many moments and in true LEGO fashion, they provide some very funny bits when it comes to the characters. I had a few moments where I laughed because the humor is very spot-on. It fit the LEGO environment and I liked it. It was great. The voice acting is ripped straight from the many Marvel films. I feel personally that’s one of the game’s faults. Don’t get me wrong. It’s not bad because some parts of the game with the voices actually make it feel like you’re watching the movie. But I wish that many of the people behind the films could maybe re-record their lines so that way it can feel alive. But they did include new lines into this game and I say personally that’s a good thing. In fact, it’s very good, in my humble opinion. I hope that in future LEGO games, they bring in the actors behind the films to provide voice work. It can help provide a better experience. We move on to the gameplay and like many of the LEGO games, it’s roughly unchanged. That is a good thing because you know the saying, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Warner Bros. and Tell Tale Games did a superb job doing so keeping the gameplay simple yet fun. All you do is collect studs all while beating up bad guys, solving puzzles with the characters you play with and trying to find any secrets that you’ll encounter such as Mini-Kits, Red Bricks and rescuing Stan Lee. Yes, everyone. Stan Lee is in the game and you’ll be encountering him a lot. Heck he even provides his voice to the game and that’s awesome. I love it. The game spans across 15 levels with the story mode spanning 12. Three of the levels can be accessed within the Space area that serves as a level select. Hub areas can also be chosen and in them, you have the opportunity to explore, complete missions to unlock characters, take part in races, find secrets, etc. There are a lot you can do in the Hub worlds that it can take you hours. Speaking of which, the story mode will take you roughly 7-8 hours with the free play taking a couple more if you want to find all the secrets in each level. Coupled with the hub worlds and their many secrets and you have a game that will take you hours, if not days. LEGO games really want you to put the effort needed and like many of them, they reward you for it. LEGO Marvel’s Avengers also has co-op so you and a friend can team up, take down bad guys and destroy everything around them. It’s a good alternative since if you are playing solo the AI can sometimes be unreliable. But I could be wrong since in some instances, they do provide a good distraction towards your enemies so you can complete objectives. There is also additional content courtesy of the season pass and at $10, it’s very acceptable since they add more characters and missions adding more to the game. I feel that it’s DLC done properly. Kudos to them. Regardless of this and many other issues, the game is fun. If you enjoyed the previous LEGO games, then you’ll have no problem jumping into this one. It feels familiar but with the addition of an open world sandbox for you to explore makes this game a satisfying experience. I promise you that you will not be disappointed. That is a fact. I rate this game an 8.5 out of 10. It is a great game that is enjoyable, easy to get into with hours of replayability and a challenge that feels right. Add in an open world sandbox and you have a game that delivers. I recommend this game to anyone that wants to experience the films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the eyes of LEGOs. Final Rating: 8.5 Angry Army Final Review: 8
  9. The Last of Us winner of over 200 game of the year awards comes to the Playstation 4. Abandoned cities reclaimed by nature, population decimated by a plague. Survivors of the plague kill each other for food, weapons, or whatever they can get their hands on. Joel, a brutal survivor, and Ellie, a brave young girl who was raised in this world. Force to work together if they hope to survive in this world as they travel across the ruins of the United States. The Last of Us Remastered - Price: $49.99 - Release Date: July 29th, 2014 - Rated: M for Mature - Genre: Action, Adventure - Includes: Abandoned Territories Map Pack, Reclaimed Territories Map Pack, and The Last of Us: Left Behind. The Last of Us SPOILER Thread - You have been warned. The Last of Us: Remastered Takes 50GB of Storage - Discuss about this there.
  10. Ok guys, heres the video for the PS4 Communities Game Night 4 of Diablo 3 Ultimate Evil Edition, hope you enjoy as much as I did playing and i hope to see you guys again on Aug 30th so we can slay more demons again. Make sure you subscribe to my channel and follow me twitch.tv so when Game Night happens you can tune in live. http://youtu.be/QCw-rVjRE3s Heres My YouTube Channel Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyvfkRFzV9iDwwVhE1EZksg
  11. Sony had a mural painted at 2014 E3, showcasing Playstation stars; Nathan Drake (Uncharted Series), Delson Rowe (Infamous: Second Son), Grayson (The Order: 1886). While also showcasing other famous gaming stars; Snake (Metal Gear Series), Lara Croft (Tomb Raider Series), Scorpion (Mortal Kombat Series) and many more. All sailing across carrying the Playstation flag. We get to vote between 5 contestants who gets painted on to the mural. Who should be immortalized? PS4 Mural Voting: Click Here E3 PS4 Mural: E3 PS4 Mural - Behind the Scenes: What do you guys think, this a nice painting? Who should be painted between the 5 contestants? You think it should be left blank to carry this meaning of "us"?
  12. I am curious of the 3 next gen systems. What systems are you guys getting? PS4, Xbox one, Wii U or maybe all 3? Or a Gaming PC or Steam Machine maybe? Also you can type a reason why if you wish. I will be going with a Wii U and PS4. (Allready own a Wii U). I went with Sony since my brother and I had a PS1. I like the Sony excluesives like Ratchet and Clank, Resistance and Ratchet and Clank. Also Wii U for the awesome Nintendo games like Legend of Zelda and Pikmin etc. And I allready own a kickass gaming rig. Forza does look awesome tho
  13. This upcoming update will add a rich video editor with a simple tool to personalize your video clips, and you’ll also be able to export to and save the videos and screenshots you create by pressing the Share button to a USB drive. In addition, this update will add an HDCP off option for capturing gameplay via HDMI. And 720p Twitch too No release date on the update
  14. Link Yes, the multiplayer portion of these games being dropped forever by Sony in May of 2014. This is why when you don't have players in control of dedicated servers is how certain portions and some cases, the entire game dies.
  15. Lots of rumors about the PS4 and its games have been circulating since the product's announcement. This thread's purpose is to serve as a collection of myths and their validity. Myths will submitted by the users of this forums. If you submit a myth and know if it is false or actually true, please mention this with a source of information. I will try to keep the main post up to date with new information. PS4 MYTH LIST (Games) Dark Sorcerer is a PS4 exclusive game planned for release late 2014. BUSTED Dark Sorcerer was a tech demo used to demonstrate the PS4's impressive graphical and processing power, nothing more.Deep Down is a true sequel to Dragon's Dogma. BUSTED Capcom denied a connection between Dragon's Dogma and Deep Down in JuneDeep Down will be free to play, multiplayer and single player. Confirmed Deep Down will be a free to play game that is both single player and multiplayer. An open beta is scheduled to start in February.PS4 MYTH LIST (System/Services) Dualshock 4 Controller has battery life equal or better to the previous Dualshock 3 BUSTED Dualshock 3 is reported to last for 8-12 hours. Dualshock 4 is reported to last 4-6 hours.Dualshock 4 controllers and Android phones use the same charge cable. Confirmed I recommend using a wall charger near your chair.The Dualshock 4 can be used as a regular controller on your PS3 system PARTIAL The Dualshock 4 will work with the PS3 only when it is plugged in. It will not function wirelessly.
  16. I thought Sony would have gotten better at security after what happened with the PS3, but nope. Still playstation users getting hacked.I know nothing is impervious to hacking, but i feel sony didn't even try to beef up security. Let me know what you guys think.
  17. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rffbYCfK6ZI What do you think of the console wars? Is it worth fighting about?
  18. Playstation Playroom Fun Times.

    From the album M. Bisons Fun Box

    The bot was obsessed with me and wouldn't leave me alone.
  19. I wanna buy a PS4, but I'm waiting for the second model. However, to anyone who has a PS4, please tell me the pros and cons
  20. Ok... so basically I need some people to add to my friend's list for Battlefield 4 on the PS4. My friend's list is rather small at the moment but I would like to fill her up with AJSA members. Send me a private message or reply here with your PSN and Ill add you or you could add me. My PSN is: ClicheMasquerade See You Online!
  21. I find it very amusing how the console war for this generation has become a battle of resolution. It seems that the console gaming community has become obsessed with next gen resolutions. 1080p or 900p doesn't really matter, they seem to have forgotten about what really matters. PC gamer's have been gaming at 1080p and above for a very long time. Last gen of consoles was always advertised as HD and even had 1080p on the box. The sad truth was that it was never HD and was only up scaled. The fact that the Xbox one and PS4 are still struggling to achieve 1080p during the rise of 4K gaming is pathetic. Console games have never been resolution or graphics hungry. Console games as few as there were to actually look good were few and far between. So why do they feel they have the right or audacity to boast how one console is better than the other when the Xbox one and PS4 fail in reality. I just don't understand how they can argue about an old feature on a lousy toy. Anyways the Titan has spoken u.u.
  22. the Ps4 is launching in December in the Asian market and I have a couple of questions Is the UI Clumsy or Clustered? Does the system overheat? Did any of you get the DOA consoles? Is the Red Line of Death a myth? Which one should I get for my first PS4 game:BF4, KZ Shadowfall, AC IV , NFS Rivals?
  23. Both games coming out for PS4, and both games being made by the same people, I know I'm going to get them.