I wonder if they will release some new Move controllers with Haptic feedback for the PS5?
A patent that was approved on the 3rd October for a new PSVR headset also showed move like controllers that have cameras on them for better tracking as well as cameras on the headset itself, but like all patents there is no guarantee this is how it will be as they have filed a few so we won't know exactly what they do until they announce it.I wonder if they will release some new Move controllers with Haptic feedback for the PS5?
Opinions can't be wrong. They are subjective. You can disagree with them, which is fine.I’m pretty sure your opinion is wrong as the market is asking for more backwards compatibility hence why Sony and Microsoft invest in it, they wouldn’t bother if their wasn’t a market for it!
I think there is a lot of 'rose tinted glasses' when reminiscing about older games. While there are some classics, even those are only fun for an hour or two. At the time we didn't know any better. SD TV in black and white used to look just fineI am sure there are people that want to play pong on their high tech machine, but I think best product for them might be a gaming subscription service. Personally I have zero interest in older games. They are all basically crap versions of new games
That’s very true, seeing some PS1/2 games on YouTube, I’m horrified how dated they look.I think there is a lot of 'rose tinted glasses' when reminiscing about older games. While there are some classics, even those are only fun for an hour or two. At the time we didn't know any better. SD TV in black and white used to look just fine
It doesn't play audio CDs.Are you suggesting the PS4 doesn’t play audio CD’s or data CD’s?
I'm currently playing the PS2 version of Jak and Daxter on my Pro and the camera controls are horrid. Definitely a game of it's time. Once I go next gen I never look back.I think there is a lot of 'rose tinted glasses' when reminiscing about older games. While there are some classics, even those are only fun for an hour or two. At the time we didn't know any better. SD TV in black and white used to look just fine
Its a fair point though Isn’t it? Why would they use resources and money on offering something if their wasn’t a market for it in the first place? That makes no business sense. And I’ve seen lots of comments from people wanting backwards compatibility.On that note. I'm out!
None of which match up to Uncharted 2 and The Last Of Us, for example... and GT Sport failed as it didn’t really offer a campaign championship mode if I remember right. It’s my opinion but I’m sticking to it!I'm lost...this gen has probably been the best I can remember with some truly outstanding games. No point in listing them but when you have everything from Witcher 3 to GT Sport to Spiderman, God of War, Horizon, Bloodbourne and so on and so on no way you can say it's been [email protected]
I'm looking forward to playing some of those updated and better than ever on my PS5 but more so I'm looking forward to playing all the new games on it
Just to re-iterate....Its a fair point though Isn’t it? Why would they use resources and money on offering something if their wasn’t a market for it in the first place? That makes no business sense. And I’ve seen lots of comments from people wanting backwards compatibility.
Although having now used PlayStation Now they can continue with this service as it works great that way you can have whatever extra things it is you want in the PS5.
On that note. I'm out!
GT Sport didn't fail at all. Yes it wasn't what a lot of people expected but it's turned into a massive online racing community and of course the FIA championships. Think it's sold over 8 million copies which isn't bad for an online focused game although there is now a very big single player campaign in it.None of which match up to Uncharted 2 and The Last Of Us, for example... and GT Sport failed as it didn’t really offer a campaign championship mode if I remember right. It’s my opinion but I’m sticking to it!
Definitely worth a try as once you get your ratings up the racing is on the whole very clean and very close. Probably the best online racing I've ever had but I haven;t played iRacing and the like.GT Sport is one of the games I've sunk the most hours into and that relates exclusively to offline campaign mode play. Thoroughly enjoyed it and I've arguably not played the main component of it (the online racing).
While we have heard plenty of rumors regarding the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett, we still don't have a good idea of what the consoles are capable of doing. According to a recent report, things will be going way beyond what we have seen in the most impressive games of the current generation.
A new report posted by a former GameFan magazine editor on ResetEra revealed that he has recently seen a tech demo of a multiplatform open-world game that is in development for PlayStation 5, Xbox Scarlett and PC. This demo, which is not all that polished, runs at a solid performance and it's way ahead of games like Red Dead Redemption 2 and The Last of Us Part 2 in terms of scope, lighting and environment dynamics.
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The demo I saw had the very best real time graphics I've ever seen. And what I mean by that is it looked like a real game you can play.
Not some super polished UE4 or Unity technical demo that you would see at gdc.
To me, there was no mistaking this for a current generation on PC or console.
To be clear, in terms of scope, lighting and environment dynamics, RDR2 or TLOU2 aren't even in the same time zone as this.
and yeah, it kinda was like a Shadowfall moment to me in that it seemed totally different from what I've been used to in the previous generation.
Now granted, Framerate was maybe 25 to 30-ish and it was early, early,early. But I actually said out loud WTF when I first saw it.
Shadows, in particular, are impressive, and the overall picture quality is solid, which should be a given, considering the hinted power of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett.
One thing I found really interesting was the quality of the shadows. I especially noticed there were some approx 2-3ft high bushes. When they were swaying in the wind they were casting moving shadows with ****ing PERFECT detail. No shimmering or stairstepping at all.
And I am talking about a bush with maybe 75-100 branches and 100s of leaves on it!
Casting. Perfect.****ing. Shadows.
Keep in mind this was just a random, whateverthe**** bush!
The overall picture quality was astoundingly solid....like it used some super duper AA.
The game is full 2160p, but again, has no shimmering whatsoever. Just a really solid resolve to the graphics.
It's also been confirmed that this demo is running on Navi-based hardware, so it could be running on a PlayStation 5 devkit.
It was running on Navi-based hardware. So a current for the time PS5 development kit.(June 2019).
The PlayStation 5 console launches next year worldwide.
You're right, including the reason why. It's a software/licensing issue and they judged it wasnt a priority feature for inclusion in the OS.It doesn't play audio CDs.
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Probably because doing that requires paying for a license and Sony doesn't think there's enough interest to do it.
Well if it can play PS4 games then it will immediately have loads of great games to play... and I have so many that I need to finish (or start) so I'm counting on being able to continue playing them on my PS5.I'll be happy with it just having good games to play.