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  3. Name: KTN_Playing with an old friend Leyla Category: Videos Date Added: 2019-01-20 Submitter: KTN_rithem69 KTN_Playing with an old friend Leyla
  4. sup, I go by jugg or juggo.looking for a team that frequents tournaments or scrims. fell in love with the game at start and wanted to play more challenging games. current stats as of 1/20/2019~ HRs played: 152 ~W/L 1.35 ~ K/D 1.64. the best way to get ahold of me would be the ps4. psn~ juggalo_allniter most used weapon is the m27 but im extremely comfortable holding angles with all weapons
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  6. Email us at [email protected]! Subscribe via iTunes, Spotify, Google or RSS, or download here It’s Game of the Year time, baby! Join us as we run down the winners of 2018’s PS Blog GotY awards. Spoiler: Y’all really liked God of War. Stuff We Talked About Game of the Year 2018! … and, by extension, God of War Resident Evil 2 Wandersong A Fisherman’s Tale Ace Combat 7 Days Gone DJ Hero The Cast Sid Shuman – Director of Social Media, SIEA Justin Massongill – Social Media Manager, SIEA Kristen Titus – Social Media Specialist, SIEA Thanks to Cory Schmitz for our beautiful logo and Dormilón for our rad theme song and show music. [Editor’s note: PSN game release dates are subject to change without notice. Game details are gathered from press releases from their individual publishers and/or ESRB rating descriptions.] View the full article
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  8. Party like it’s 1998! Unfortunately, in this case it’s Leon S. Kennedy’s welcome party to the Raccoon City Police Department, and it was canceled on account of zombies. The long-awaited Resident Evil 2 remake shambles onto PS4 next weekend, set in the late ’90s just like the original PlayStation release. Capcom announced the Resident Evil 2 remake way back in 2015, sparking years of anticipation with horror fans. The new take on the survival horror classic swaps the fixed camera angles of the original with a modern, over-the-shoulder camera evocative of the beloved Resident Evil 4. Now that the game is finally here… are you truly prepared to return to Raccoon City? Catch up on the rest of next week’s releases coming to PlayStation below! A Fisherman’s Tale PS VR — Digital Bend and twist reality in A Fisherman’s Tale, the mind-bending VR puzzle adventure game in which being turned upside down and inside out is not merely a play on words. At Sundown: Shots in the Dark PS4 — Digital At Sundown: Shots in the Dark is a stealth-driven, top-down multiplayer shooter in which up to four players compete in both online and local deathmatch. Only the best will dominate each round and survive the ultimate challenge to rise to the top at sundown! Futuregrind PS4 — Digital Grab your bike and hit the rails in FutureGrind, a stylish stunt-racer all about tricks, skill, and speed. Think you have what it takes? Test your limits while grinding to the bass pounding beats of an original soundtrack by bignic. Heroes Trials PS4, PS Vita — Digital (Cross-Buy) After the banishing of the previous defender of your island, the community needs new heroes. The long training of siblings Elia and Zoel takes them to the last trials to become the new local guardians. Rising to the top will not be an easy feat! JackQuest: Tale of the Sword PS4 — Digital (Out 1/24) A fast-paced fantasy action platformer with quick combat and steady progression, JackQuest guides players through a single-interconnected world full of secrets, collectable gems, and hidden challenges. Realm Royale PS4 — Digital Be the last Champion standing in Realm Royale! Choose a class, then loot deadly weapons and powerful abilities to create your own Champion. Explore a fantasy world from horseback, and craft game-changing legendary gear. Resident Evil 2 PS4 — Digital, Retail (Out 1/25) A deadly virus engulfs the residents of Raccoon City in September of 1998, plunging the city into chaos as flesh-eating zombies roam the streets for survivors. An unparalleled adrenaline rush, gripping storyline, and unimaginable horrors await you. Witness the return of Resident Evil 2. Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal PS4 — Digital, Retail Experience the original Senran Kagura Burst like never before! Tackle the classic ninja brawler from a whole new perspective in gorgeous, fluid HD, with new features and mechanics throughout! Wandersong PS4 — Digital A musical adventure where you use singing to save the world! Play as a silly bard who embarks on a globe-trotting journey to learn about the mysterious Earthsong, said to prevent the universe’s imminent end. It’s up to you to sing your songs, unlock the world’s secrets and make new friends! The information above is subject to change without notice. Hikaru Utada x Kingdom Hearts Playlist Mid90s Playlist Future – Future Hdnrxx Presents: The WIZRD Once Upon a Deadpool Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch Widows New episodes premiere Sunday, 1/20 only on Showtime PlayStation Vue has your favorite sports, news and must-watch shows. The information above is subject to change without notice. View the full article
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    PSBlog Feed: Share of the Week: Joy

    Last week, we asked you to find some joyful moments in gaming that put a smile on your or the character’s face. We had a wonderful time scrolling through the delightful entries tagged with #PS4share and #PSBlog. Here are this week’s joyous highlights: Aloy enjoys the freshly fallen snow in this sweet Horizon Zero Dawn share from @aloy3021. @TantFuriosa shares moment of laughter between Atreus and Kratos (thanks to God of War’s Photo Mode). It’s time to dance in this bright Yakuza 0 share from @VideoGameShelf. Delsin is all smiles in this inFAMOUS Second Son share from @a.k_gamer. Ellie shares a quiet smile in this touching moment from The Last of Us, shared by @danielcarrapa. Search #PS4Share and #PSBlog on Twitter or Instagram to see more entries to this week’s theme. Want to be featured in next week’s Share of the Week? Theme: Fear Share by: 9am Pacific on Wednesday, January 23 Next week, we turn to the scenes that terrified us the most. Share a moment from the game of your choice that sparked fear using #PS4share and #PSBlog for a chance to be featured. View the full article
  10. If you thought 2018 was a great year for games, hooo boy! We’re just days into 2019, and it’s starting with a bang. From the zombie-infested police station of Resident Evil 2 to ancient Japanese villages teeming with lethal swordsmen in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice — these are some of our most-anticipated games of Q1 2019 (January through March). Resident Evil 2 January 25 Are you ready to return to Raccoon City? It’s almost time to revisit one of the most terrifying and beloved horror sequels ever. Capcom is rebuilding Resident Evil 2 from the ground up to breathe new life into the unforgettably entertaining nightmare. Iconic characters like Leon, Claire, and Ada reprise their defining roles in this visually stunning recreation of the Raccoon Police Department and the festering underbelly of Raccoon City. Over-the-shoulder gunplay modernizes the experience, evoking memories of Resident Evil 4’s intense encounters. Count your bullets and hoard those First Aid Sprays — Umbrella’s monstrosities are deadlier than you can remember. Kingdom Hearts III January 29 The word “anticipation” doesn’t quite capture Kingdom Hearts fans’ excitement for this sequel — it’s more like a mounting eruption of enthusiasm. Kingdom Hearts III invites Sora and the gang to explore beloved Disney worlds including Andy’s Room from Toy Story, the Kingdom of Arendelle from Frozen, and more. Square Enix authentically incorporates the film worlds represented in the game, like Donald turning into an cuddly cyclopoid version of himself in Monsters, Inc., or Sora becoming an articulated action figure in Toy Story. Keyblades even transform to evoke the magical kingdoms as combos progress, such as a toy hammer turning into a drill in the aforementioned Toy Story setting. Get ready for an memorable adventure, whether you’re a longtime Kingdom Hearts fan ready to take on the darkness or a Disney-loving newcomer ready to visit your favorite lands. Far Cry New Dawn February 15 Who said the post-apocalypse had to be dreary? Ubisoft’s bespoke follow-up to Far Cry 5 — set 17 years after a nuclear catastrophe — transforms the scorched Montana countryside into something vivid and beautiful. A natural “superbloom” effect causes gorgeous flora to saturate Hope County, and colorful graffiti from those who survived mark the ruins of civilization. Despite the beauty, all is not well. A violent group called the Highwaymen and their vicious twin leaders — Mickey and Lou — are more interested in dominating the county than they are in peacefully rebuilding. The intriguing antagonists, captivating visuals, and inventive makeshift weaponry make Far Cry New Dawn one to prep for in 2019. Metro Exodus February 15 The post-apocalyptic survivors eking out their bleak existence within the husk of Russia’s subway system believe in life beyond the Metro. In 4A Games’ Metro Exodus, protagonist Artyom begins a quest to break out beyond the dank, desperate tunnels of the Metro in hope of finding life outside. On the way, he’ll fight through mutated monsters, hostile survivors, and the elements. Seasons change in the game, meaning you might have to fend off vicious winged Demons in the frigid winter, or face a mutated bear in falling foliage of autumn. Metro Exodus combines the new environments with the series’ history of satisfying stealth gameplay and bullet-counting tension, promising an intense journey. Anthem February 22 Who doesn’t want to hop into a rocket-powered armor suit and earn loot with friends? Bioware’s foray into online, cooperative-focused multiplayer suits players up in customizable Javelin exosuits and empowers them to soar through the skies, dive underwater, and defend their homeland. You’ll need firepower like missiles, flamethrowers, and more to exterminate deadly threats such as giant, cave-dwelling insectoid creatures. Players can select unique Javelin loadouts to strategize their approach to missions and maximize the team effort. If you and your crew are looking for a new online adventure to look forward to, Anthem could be a great fit. Devil May Cry 5 March 8 Dante, Nero, and a slew of colorful characters reunite in Capcom’s continuation of the Devil May Cry storyline. The DMC series originally put the “stylish action” genre on the map, fusing high-flying melee combos with flashy, long-ranged gunplay. The latest entry is looking to outdo itself, including bonkers implements of destruction like Dante’s new motorcycle – which can split into motorized saw blades for dual-wielded destruction. Dante is just one of three larger-than-life playable characters who join the battle against demonic forces. You can also suit up with Nero’s weaponized prosthetic arms or wield volatile magic as the mysterious V. The gameplay variety, bonkers action pedigree, and over-the-top spectacle should keep Devil May Cry 5 on your short list. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 March 15 The collapse of civilization — sparked by a Black Friday pandemic and subsequent quarantine — has spread to Washington D.C. and threatens the nation. Ubisoft’s follow up to The Division calls agents back to the field to team up with friends and protect the capital. Historic landmarks and entire city blocks have been meticulously modeled in a stunning 1:1 recreation of the city, though it’s much more dangerous than the real-life tourist destination. Enemy factions, like the power-hungry True Sons, aim to seize control amidst the tumult. A new seasonal vibe comes with the shifting locale — say goodbye to the whitewashed New York winter and hello to summertime in D.C. You’ll be able to gear up and save D.C. with friends soon. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice March 22 The talented sadists at From Software are crafting another challenging quest to test your skill and resolve. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice transports players to a dark and fantastical ancient Japan, filled with powerful brutes, nimble assassins, and more. The hero — called “the one-armed wolf” — must outwit his deadly foes by harnessing his cunning and mastering the intense, deliberate swordsmanship From Software fans have grown to love. In addition to a trusty samurai sword, the main character also has a mechanical prosthetic arm that includes a grappling hook and other outlandish customization options. The ability to grapple adds a layer of enticing verticality to the stealth gameplay, which when combined with From Software’s best-in-class combat makes Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice unmissable. MLB The Show 19 March 26 Celebrate the beginning of baseball season with the authenticity of MLB The Show 19. Prepare yourself for head games — one of this year’s highlights focuses on the tense, mano y mano showdown between batter and pitcher. Dive into a deep RPG baseball experience as you grow your team to one day take home the pennant. What is your most-anticipated title of Q1 2019? What’s Your Most-Wanted Game of Q1 2019 (Jan – March)? View the full article
  11. The new year is in full swing and we’re jumpstarting 2019 with a Flash Sale at PlayStation Store! Savings up to 75% kick off tomorrow with deals on killer titles like Street Fighter V Arcade Edition, Life is Strange Complete Season, Hollow Knight Voidheart Edition, and a ton more. Take a peek at the full lineup below, then head over to PS Store starting January 18 to stock up. But don’t delay – Deals Under $20 end January 21 at 8 a.m. PT. 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  13. And here we are. With hundreds of thousands of votes (thank you!) across 15 different categories, PlayStation.Blog readers have curated a series of gaming experiences from 2018 that exemplify the best the medium has to offer. Longtime PlayStation fans will likely be pleased to see which title raked in the most overall votes, but many will be surprised by the degree by which it dominated. Popular categories like Best Narrative and Best PS4 Game showcase how last year’s polls became a battleground for titans. There are also some fun surprises in there, too, such as the stylish winner of Best PS VR Experience, Best Independent Game, and more. If you’ve followed our Game of the Year festivities in previous years, you’ll notice one big difference: This year, we split our Editors’ Choice writeups out into their own posts, which ran over the holiday break. Here’s our take on 2018, with each nomination hand-picked by members of PlayStation.Blog and PlayStation Store: Editors’ Choice 2018 As Selected by PS Blog and PS Store Staff Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Astro Bot Rescue Mission Beat Saber Celeste Dead Cells Destiny 2: Forsaken Detroit: Become Human God of War Marvel’s Spider-Man Monster Hunter: World The Persistence Red Dead Redemption 2 Spryo Reignited Trilogy Tetris Effect Browse Editors’ Choice picks at PlayStation Store But you didn’t come here to read what we think. Let’s get to the exciting part! Game of the Year 2018 As Voted by PlayStation.Blog Readers Best Narrative God of War Kratos. Arthur Morgan. Peter Parker. Some of the most impactful stories in video games were told last year, featuring some of the most memorable characters. The voters have spoken — the familial tale of Kratos and Atreus conquers the category. Honorable mention to Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Destiny 2: Forsaken, and A Way Out, which received noteworthy support as well. Red Dead Redemption 2 Marvel’s Spider-Man Detroit: Become Human Honorable Mentions: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Destiny 2: Forsaken, A Way Out Best Multiplayer Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Call of Duty this year was all about multiplayer, so it’s fitting that Treyarch’s trio of industry-standard competitive and co-op modes captured the category. Even though the trail-ridin’ beta for Red Dead Online didn’t launch until late in the year, Red Dead Redemption 2’s multiplayer mode still ranked high. The narrative co-op adventure, A Way Out, as well as Destiny 2: Forsaken deserve honorable mentions for the support they received. Red Dead Redemption 2 Battlefield V Monster Hunter World Honorable Mentions: Destiny 2: Forsaken, A Way Out, PUBG Best Sports Game FIFA 19 PlayStation fans worldwide showed up to show support for the planet’s most popular sport, securing FIFA’s dominating victory here. While they didn’t break the top four, MLB The Show 18 and Madden 19 also got strong support. NBA 2K19 WWE 2K19 Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 Honorable Mentions: Madden NFL 19, EA Sports UFC 3, MLB The Show 18 Best Graphical Showcase Red Dead Redemption 2 From the wondrous, sprawling lands of Midgard to the spectacularly detailed streets of Marvel’s New York, the games of 2019 teleported us to some stunning locales. Rockstar Games’ jaw-dropping interpretation of the Wild West in Red Dead Redemption 2, with its rolling prairies and meticulous interiors, captured the most votes this year. God of War Marvel’s Spider-Man Detroit: Become Human Honorable Mentions: Battlefield V, Spyro Reignited Trilogy, Destiny 2: Forsaken Best Art Direction God of War Graphical fidelity doesn’t mean much unless you have a compelling art direction to focus that power. The fans have chosen God of War as the reigning deity of this category, with its vivid imagining of mythological realms from Norse myth. Whether you were stunned by the otherworldly design of the massive World Serpent or were sucked in by the ornate décor of Tyr’s Temple, developer Santa Monica Studio packed Kratos and Atreus’ journey with beauty. Red Dead Redemption 2’s devilish details – from intricately furnished homes to elaborately designed general store catalogues – also placed it high in the running. Red Dead Redemption 2 Detroit: Become Human Dragon Ball FighterZ Honorable Mentions: Spyro Reignited Trilogy, Marvel’s Spider-Man, Destiny 2: Forsaken Best Sound Design God of War Expert sound design is one of those hidden pillars that separates great games from the fantastic. God of War cleaned house in the category, from the weighty “whump, whump, whump” of Kratos’ spinning Leviathan Axe to the rumbling bass of the World Serpent. Red Dead Redemption also receives recognition for recreating a convincing Wild West soundscape, down to the way Arthur whistles for his trusty steed. Red Dead Redemption 2 Marvel’s Spider-Man Battlefield V Honorable Mentions: Detroit: Become Human, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Destiny 2: Forsaken Best Soundtrack God of War Bear McCreary’s epic score earned God of War the top spot here. The musical backing of the father and son’s journey perfectly underscores the game’s adventurous bombast and quiet moments of bonding. Red Dead Redemption 2’s driving rhythm and country twang earned high praise, too. Fans also showed a groundswell of support for the sounds of Beat Saber and Destiny 2: Forsaken. Red Dead Redemption 2 Marvel’s Spider-Man Detroit: Become Human Honorable Mentions: Beat Saber, Destiny 2: Forsaken, Spyro Reignited Trilogy Best Ongoing Game Fortnite This was Fortnite’s category to win, and it did so handily with nearly a quarter of all “Best Ongoing Game” votes. It was a tight race otherwise, with Rainbow Six: Siege, Overwatch, and Monster Hunter World separated by just a few percentage points each. Rocket League and newcomer PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds also mustered strong support. Rainbow Six: Siege Overwatch Monster Hunter World Honorable Mentions: Destiny 2, Rocket League, Final Fantasy XIV Best Independent Game The Forest The indie space hosted one of this year’s most competitive races, with survival game The Forest leading the pack and PS VR hit Beat Saber coming in a close second. Dead Cells, Hollow Knight, and Guacamelee! 2 were narrowly edged out… and Dream Daddy: Dadrector’s Cut saw strong support, too. Beat Saber Celeste Tetris Effect Honorable Mentions: Dead Cells, Hollow Knight, Guacamelee! 2 Best PlayStation Console Exclusive God of War A high-impact combo of stellar titles made 2018 a banner year for PlayStation exclusives. The web-slinging fantasy of Marvel’s Spider-Man exceeded fans’ expectations and Detroit: Become Human delivered an impressively intricate story — but God of War garnered the most votes, landing it the Platinum Trophy for this category. What an incredible time to have a PS4. Marvel’s Spider-Man Detroit: Become Human Shadow of the Colossus Honorable Mentions: Yakuza Kiwami, Astro Bot Rescue Mission Best Performance Christopher Judge – Kratos, God of War In a year defined by larger-than-life performances, Christopher Judge’s nuanced take on world-weary Kratos won over voters. Alex McKenna (Sadie Adler) and Benjamin Byron Davis (Dutch van der Linde) also fared well, proving the value of Red Dead Redemption 2’s sprawling ensemble cast. Roger Clark – Arthur Morgan, Red Dead Redemption 2 Yuri Lowenthal – Peter Parker, Marvel’s Spider-Man Bryan Dechart – Connor, Detroit: Become Human Honorable Mentions: Alex McKenna (Sadie Adler, RDR2), Darin De Paul (J. Jonah Jameson, Marvel’s Spider-Man) Best PS VR Experience Beat Saber PS VR was built for transportative experiences like Beat Saber, giving players one-to-one freedom to slash to the rhythm in a visually entrancing world. To that end, Beat Games’ musical hit ran away with the number one spot. These titles showcase how amazing last year was for PS VR, and Star Trek Bridge Crew – the Next Generation nearly joined the winner’s circle as well. Borderlands 2 VR Astro Bot Rescue Mission Tetris Effect Honorable Mentions: Star Trek Bridge Crew: The Next Generation, Creed: Rise to Glory Best PS4 Game God of War PlayStation fans showed huge support for the Santa Monica Studio-developed God of War across all categories, so of course its huge victory in the Best PS4 Game category was no exception. Quantic Dream’s narrative-driven sci-fi thriller Detroit: Become Human also notably secured a place among the winners. This category also received the most write-ins, with Fortnite having the lion’s share (though not enough to squeeze in among the winners). Red Dead Redemption 2 Marvel’s Spider-Man Detroit: Become Human Honorable Mentions: Spyro Reignited Trilogy, Call of Duty Black Ops 4, Assassin’s Creed Odyseey Most Anticipated Game Kingdom Hearts 3 Voters are amped up for 2019, which this competitive category conveys. Years of anticipation for Kingdom Hearts 3 earned it the winning spot with Days Gone and Ghost of Tsushima also faring well with support. The Last of Us Part 2 also raked in a ton of write-in votes, but as we noted before, Naughty Dog’s hotly desired sequel wasn’t eligible since it won Most Anticipated in 2016. Resident Evil 2 Mortal Kombat 11 Death Stranding Honorable Mentions: Days Gone, Ghost of Tsushima, Anthem Studio of the Year Santa Monica Studio The tightest race of the year, with less than 1% of votes separating Platinum and Gold. Santa Monica Studio ultimately took the top spot over Rockstar Games, but just barely. Toys For Bob (Spyro) and Quantic Dream (Detroit: Become Human) saw noteable write-in support. Rockstar Games Insomniac Games Epic Games Honorable Mentions: Ubisoft Quebec, Capcom, Bungie View the full article
  14. The VR experience of Hikaru Utada’s concert, “Hikaru Utada Laughter in the Dark Tour 2018 – ‘Hikari’ & ‘Chikai’ – VR” was filmed on Wednesday, November 7, at Yokohama Arena. The equipment for filming the VR scenes was brought in the day before, followed by elaborate rehearsals and the recording of two songs: “Simple and Clean” (the theme song of Kingdom Hearts) and “Don’t Think Twice” (the ending theme song of Kingdom Hearts III). This VR experience makes you feel like you’re right there in the arena. You can see her perform the two songs from multiple angles; watch her singing enthusiastically right in front of you, or from further away, giving yourself a wider view of the whole venue. In order to make the experience feel more real, three different cameras and shooting styles were used for recording both “Simple and Clean” and “Don’t Think Twice.” First, they shot with a 4K stereo/3D crane camera while approaching and backing away from the front. Then the same crane camera was used to film all around the left and right of Hikaru Utada. Finally, 6K · 180 degree cameras were used to shoot from far away, medium distance, and zoomed in at the same time. Every scene was shot with the latest equipment from Sony PCL. These three shots were filmed separately and edited into one VR video later. Direction was handled by Robot Communications, a company that is famous for producing movies, TV commercials, music videos, and VR images. The director is Wataru Takeishi, who has been filming music videos and tours since Hikaru Utada was 16 years old. After a final adjustment of equipment and one last sound and lighting check with the band members and string players, Hikaru Utada finally took the stage in a long black dress. They filmed “Simple And Clean” first. Regarding effective movement in virtual reality, Director Takeishi explains: “As you approach the camera from a distance, the audience feels that Hikaru Utada is coming closer to them. When she’s looking at the camera, they will feel as if she is regarding them. As they reach out, they feel like she pops out toward them because of the spatial effect. I gave her this kind of advice about emotional movement in VR. ” In “Simple And Clean,” there is one part where Hikaru Utada moves down the stairs to approach the front of the stage, and moves downwards and turns around. Before recording, the team confirmed that scene first and carefully checked the timing for her to start walking. After the timing and the speed of walking were decided, they were finally ready to go. As filming began, the director donned the PlayStation VR headset underneath the stage. He checked how the image looked in PS VR in the same environment the user would experience. Almost 20 staff members concentrated on Hikaru Utada’s performance at once. They controlled crane cameras, checked the images with a VR headset, and watched the monitor. However, things stopped as soon as they began. There was some discussion regarding when Hikaru Utada should sing the song’s chorus while looking at the camera, but the shooting would progress smoothly as long as they could decide when she should start walking. Filming with the first camera finished successfully in one take! The director attributes this to her wonderful facial expressions. The shooting went well until the last scene, which was filmed with the high resolution 180 degree camera. They filmed “Don’t Think Twice” next, after Hikaru Utada changed into a black-and-white dress. “Simple And Clean” was shot on the main stage, but this song would be filmed on the island stage in the center of the arena. This song was also recorded from three angles with different cameras. The director advised her that it would look better if she adjusted her movements and the angle of her face. Since the score division of the song is very unique, her rhythmic gestures would look nice in VR. This VR shoot adopted a one-cut method: when the song started, the camera would just keep moving around without cutting until the end. In other words, if something went wrong, the entire thing would need to be filmed from scratch instead of re-shooting from the middle. Nevertheless, Hikaru Utada’s concentration was rock-solid. She looked forward with overflowing emotion, her face dipping into shadow when she dropped her eyes. Even the filming crew had to take a breath to steady themselves from the shiver this performance evoked in them. The final shot continued using the different cameras and was also finished in one take. The filming of both songs for VR wrapped after about two hours. After shooting, we interviewed Director Takeishi and Chief Producer Yoshimasa Takahashi, who both work at Robot. Please tell us about the shooting concept of these VR videos. Takeishi: The concept was to reproduce “Laughter in the Dark Tour 2018” perfectly. For that reason, we made sure everything — including the stages, lighting, direction, and costumes — was exactly the same as the live performances. Takahashi: The biggest draw is allowing you to watch Hikaru Utada’s concert from the comfort of your own home, in a super special seat. Can you tell us about the role of each camera and the techniques you used during filming? Takahashi: The first camera was the one approaching and backing away from the subject. As the camera slowly approaches, you enter the world of the stage. This is meant to evoke a sense of immersion. The second camera was for shooting Hikaru Utada three-dimensionally, by wrapping around her left and right. The last one was for shooting the subject from a far distance, a middle distance, and zoomed in at the same time. The director’s version is the one that takes the best cuts from the first and the second camera and splices them together. Additionally, users can view the film however they wish by changing the camera angle. During shooting, Director Takeishi checked the videos while wearing a VR headset, right? Takeishi: Yes, I was checking what the users would see. The videos you watch with the PS VR headset have a different impact after all — the user feels like Hikaru Utada is singing just for them. Please tell us about any distinctive challenges of this project. Takahashi: The biggest challenge was moving the camera. That’s because it is considered taboo to move the camera for shooting a live-action VR image; the theory is basically to keep the camera stationary and have the performer move. However, we experimented with moving the camera this time. We discussed with Director Takeishi about how it wouldn’t be that interesting to shoot her performance as a 360-degree video. We decided to test a lot of things because we wanted users to watch unique, special VR videos. As a result, we thought that moving the camera while also having Hikaru Utada herself move or look at us would be innovative and challenging. Therefore, after cooperating with SIE on several tests, we thought it might work, so we decided to try something new. Additionally, we implemented 3D stereoscopic viewing with a binocular camera. This was another unique challenge. What kind of effect is produced by moving the camera? Takeishi: We aimed for an effect that draws the audience into the video while watching Hiakru Utada’s performance, and have her get close to them without them realizing. However, if the camera moves fast, it can be uncomfortable for the user. We aimed for the fine line where users can only just see Hikaru Utada getting nearer, without causing any discomfort. Takahashi: In past VR videos, the users themselves had to move to see what was happening on the whole stage. However, this time we are moving the camera, so if they just watch Hikaru Utada then all the stage sets come into view. They can enjoy Hikaru Utada’s performance as well as the concert’s production value. Speaking of VR images, it is common to have a 360 degree view. However, this content is not like that. Takeishi: You may think that VR video equals 360-degree video, but I do not think it is necessarily the case. It is less than 180° that you can see in this video, and if you look behind you, you only see black. But when people watch a concert, they don’t usually look behind themselves. We challenged ourselves to make realistic images in the viewable range rather than making a 360-degree video. Takahashi: Also, most people use PS VR at home sitting down. Looking back becomes a chore for the user. Rather than have them turn around, I thought that it would be more pleasing for fans if we focused on Hikaru Utada approaching or gave them a stereoscopic view. What do you think is unique to VR videos? Takeishi: Hikaru Utada is amazing; the feeling she puts into her songs, her facial expressions when she sings, and her gestures. In virtual reality you can really see the great care singers put into their work and these subtleties of emotion up close. VR users can experience much more than they would be able to just watching a concert or a music video, since they can see exactly what sort of expression the artist uses when singing certain lyrics. Takahashi: You can see things that you cannot see normally, such as where the artist is looking or what gestures she is making. That’s the charm of VR. Takeishi: I have been filming Hikaru Utada for a long time, but I was struck by her talent all over again during this VR shoot. I think that it would be interesting if VR video becomes the standard for artists — I felt great potential for that during this shoot. View the full article
  15. Traveling the abandoned highways of the Farewell Wilderness is deadly. You’ll pass through thick forests of ponderosa and pine (filled with wolves), venture into naturally formed lava tube caves (filled with Freakers), ride up steep trails to snow-covered peaks offering spectacular vistas (mind the Marauders — and Freakers — and cougars). Riding the broken roads through Days Gone offers landscapes that change quickly and dramatically, a living, breathing world — filled with things trying to kill you. The breathtaking natural beauty of Oregon’s High Desert, scarred by ancient volcanic activity, shaped in modern times by a dubious history of mining and logging, has long been a recreational area for outdoor enthusiasts who love to hike, camp, fish and backpack. During the pandemic that killed the world, tens of thousands of survivors fled into the wilderness not realizing that it was no safer than the homes, cabins, truck stops, saw mills and small towns they left behind. Freakers, drawn to mass graves dug throughout the Farewell Wilderness, were everywhere. Swarms of Freakers, Hordes of Freakers — all looking to feed. Throw in marauding groups of human enemies looking to rob and pillage everyone in their path, wildlife — infected or not — starving for food, and crazed cultists terrorizing anyone who won’t join them — and our love letter to the region begins to sounds more like a eulogy. Today, in the first of a series of three videos, we offer you a look at the Farewell Wilderness, the setting for Days Gone, a unique landscape that is as beautiful as it is dangerous. Keep an eye on the PlayStation YouTube channel over the upcoming weeks for more videos highlighting other key features in Days Gone. Pre-Order Bonuses Head over to your favorite retailer and pre-order the game now. At launch you’ll receive a voucher to unlock for the Drifter Crossbow and upgrades for your drifter bike’s Nitrous, Gas Tank, and Shroud early in the game which will help you survive as you ride the broken road. As an added bonus, pre-order from PlayStation Store and you’ll receive a Days Gone Sawmill Dynamic Theme immediately after pre-ordering. Check out the video below to see these bonuses in action. Special Editions In addition to the standard edition of Days Gone, we are proud to offer a Collector’s Edition and a Digital Deluxe Edition. The Digital Deluxe Edition features a digital mini artbook, digital soundtrack, three additional drifter bike skins, and an additional early skill unlock and theme. The Collector’s Edition features everything from the Digital Deluxe Edition and a Collector’s Edition Statue, set of patches, six pins, four Decals, a Steel Book, physical soundtrack and a 48 Page Mini-Art Book by Dark Horse Comics. View the full article
  16. Hello! We’re very excited to announce that Wandersong, the indie musical adventure game, is arriving at PlayStation Store on January 22! In the world of Wandersong, everything was once sung into existence by the almighty goddess Eya. And every epoch or so, she sings a new song to reset reality — effectively ending the universe. That’s just the way it goes! But you play as a bard whose goal is to stop the world from being erased, by collecting pieces of the mysterious Earthsong. In Wandersong you play as a walking musical instrument, using the control stick to sing melodies while you run and jump around! Different things in the world will react to your music in different ways, so it’s up to you to sing your songs, solve puzzles and make friends all across a 10+ hour adventure! Photo Gallery Wandersong is all about the story and the journey, so we wanted players of all types to be able to experience it. That’s why we designed it with deaf and colorblind players in mind from the beginning! Every note of music is expressed with sound, color, and direction, so players of any type can play and enjoy seamlessly. We also don’t punish the player for failing a given sequence — the point is always to play and have fun with music, so even when there’s a “right” answer, we’ll let you try and try again until you pass without setting you back or taking progress away from you. Ultimately, this is a game about good vibes, but don’t let that fool you! The story and characters go through dramatic twists and turns (no spoilers!) which reviewers like Destructoid called “a rollercoaster of emotion” and “the most emotionally satisfying game of 2018… one I’ll never forget.” PC Gamer said it’s “a game about loss, acceptance, regret, friendship, and the intimacy of colliding with another person’s life.” And RockPaperShotgun said it’s “as if the developers are hugging you from the opposite part of the screen.” For us personally, it’s so exciting to be on PlayStation! Our fans most often compare Wandersong to Night in the Woods or Undertale — we’re excited to follow in their footsteps! If you’re also a fan of indie adventure games with heartfelt stories and amazing soundtracks, we hope you’ll check it out on January 22! View the full article
  17. Hey everyone! We are Andrew and Brian Allanson, creators of YIIK: A Postmodern RPG, which releases tomorrow at PS Store. It’s been a long journey developing YIIK and we’d like to tell you a little about our journey and the influences behind the game. YIIK is a Japanese-style RPG that follows the journey of Alex, who witnesses a woman vanish from an elevator in the late ’90s. Alex summons a band of misfits from the Internet to search for the woman and the truth behind her disappearance, which leads them towards a surreal new millennium filled with brain-bending dungeons and turn-based combat driven by minigames. For many of you, you first heard about the game on December 6, 2014. It was a very important date for us: It was the first PlayStation Experience, our first time traveling on a plane, and the first time showing off the game, simply known as Y2K at the time, with just two months of work put into it. Now, just over four years later, the game is finally complete. This feels like both a lifetime, and no time at all. So many things have changed in the four years it took to develop the game. We’ve both moved around a lot, left the US for the first time to travel to Asia and Europe to show off the game, Andrew got married, and our mother lost her battle with pancreatic cancer. The one constant during this turbulent time of life-changing events was our relentless commitment to create a full-fledged Japanese-style RPG — a modern game that looks to create something fresh, while honoring the rich history of PSone and PS2-era RPGs, such as Wild Arms (our main gameplay influence), Shadow Hearts, and Persona 4. This sole focus kept us grounded even as these changes in our lives made us feel like the fabric of reality was ripping apart. We began the development with some clear goals: create an RPG set in late 90s New Jersey (as RPGs rarely are set in modern times), strike a healthy balance between humor and a compelling plot, as well as make a world with depth. We looked outside of games for inspiration, particularly to author Haruki Murakami. He is an incredible writer, our favorite living author, and someone who makes you feel as if he’s writing your dreams. We made sure everyone on the team read his entire collective works before we began development. The novels The Wind Up Bird Chronicle and 1Q84 were our biggest direct inspirations, taking cues from Murakami’s frequent themes of missing people, sprawling conspiracies, and magical realism. The themes and tone fit perfectly with what we wanted to achieve, and analyzing his works gave us interesting insights on how to accomplish it. We used the writing techniques of postmodern authors and paid homage to these techniques in the name of the game. As for gameplay, we looked to some RPGs that modern gamers seem to have forgotten; Lufia 2 and Wild Arms for their compelling use of tools inside dungeons mixed up with turn-based battle modes, and the PS2 game Shadow Hearts for its inventive Judgement Ring battle system. The YIIK battle mode features eight playable characters. Each party member has a unique mini-game for their primary attack and additional mini-games for their skills and spells. The more skilled the player is at the mini-game, the more opportunity to deal damage and dodge oncoming enemy attacks! We use these mini-games as a way to keep players engaged and immersed when fighting enemies. However, our mini-games made the battles longer than your average turn-based RPG, so we tweaked the game to have less frequent battles, and we prevented enemies from respawning after they’ve been defeated. Ultimately, we reckon we’ve delivered a surreal dream wrapped around a JRPG with charming characters, catchy tunes, and outlandish visuals. We hope you consider checking out YIIK: A Postmodern RPG on PS4. It’s been a long time coming for those of you who’ve been waiting, and we believe it’s worth the wait. Andrew and Brian View the full article
  18. Another year, another month, and another free content update for GT Sport is right around the corner! From tomorrow, drivers will be able to download patch 1.32 (internet connection required) — featuring a huge selection of eight new cars as well as the return of an old-school fan-favorite track: Special Stage Route X. New Vehicles Rolling into Brand Central are eight new vehicles, from 50’s classic open-top roadsters to enthusiast Japanese Coupés. Porsche 356 A/1500 GS GT Carrera Speedster ’56 Aston Martin DB3S CN.1 ’53 Shelby G.T.350 ’65 Ferrari Dino 246 GT ’71 Nissan Fairlady Z Version S (Z33) ’07 Honda Integra Type R (DC2) ’98 BMW Z8 ’01 TVR Tuscan Speed 6 ’00 New Track: Special Stage Route X This massive oval track of roughly 18 miles in length has been hugely popular in license tests and high-speed races in the past editions of the Gran Turismo series, and has now returned for GT Sport. With a simple layout consisting of two seven-mile straights and two banked corners, drivers can enjoy top-speed challenges and extreme high-speed battles where utilizing slipstreams is essential. GT League This month, we’re introducing a new event where the “Z” takes the leading role, and we’ve updated four existing events with new rounds. New Event: Z Heritage (Beginner League) Two additional rounds added to “Stars & Stripes” Two additional rounds added to the “Vision Gran Turismo Trophy” Two additional rounds added to the “X2014 Nations Cup” One additional round added to the “Gr. 1 Prototype Endurance Series” Finally, we’ve added the “Tokyo Expressway — South Inner Loop” from last month’s update to the Circuit Experience. And in Scape mode, we’ve added Cambridge — a stunning British city of historical architecture and cutting-edge science. We hope you enjoy this month’s update, and remember you can find all the latest GT info here on PlayStation Blog and on the official Gran Turismo website. Until next time, drivers, we’ll see you out on the track. View the full article
  19. Name: SOCOM 2 Vigilance back in the day Category: Videos Date Added: 2019-01-15 Submitter: PAUL-AWOL- Best game ever made. SOCOM 2 Vigilance back in the day
  20. PSN - PAUL-AWOL- Owner of the [SOFO] SOCOM FANS FORUM Been gaming since the Atari 2600 and never looked backed, I could probably own a Ranch with all the money I have spent on gaming over the years. I had the great pleasure of being chosen to fly out to Zipper Interactive by Sony to beta test SOCOM 4, what an inexperience that was. If you want to just stop in and say hello that's fine with me.
  21. shane

    PAUL-AWOL-'s in the house

    Thanks Paul
  22. Eden-Tomorrow is a story driven sci-fi action adventure inspired by classic science fiction films of the 70‘s and 80‘s, that also grapples with present-day fears of what could happen if an artificial intelligence gets out of control. I don’t want to say more, as I don’t think there’s anything worse than having a story spoiled before you experience it yourself. And you’ll be able to do just that today, as we’re releasing a free demo of the game at PlayStation Store. The basic concept for Eden-Tomorrow was born several years ago, but as a realistic, fully CGI sci-fi movie. I knew that completing such a project was about as realistic as building my own space station, but that didn’t stop me from trying. We produced an elaborate trailer with the last of my own savings. The film wasn’t produced, but I couldn’t shake the idea. At the same time I was, and still am, an enthusiastic gamer. I have been playing video games for decades, and from the beginning it was my dream to be in a game instead of just in front of it. Fast forward to 2014 as I slipped on a VR headset for the first time. The experience was a revelation, and the idea struck me like lightning: you could really be in this world and experience adventures yourself, instead of just looking at them passively. Back then, we were just an independent animation studio for film and TV productions and had no experience with game engines. Creating and animating assets in 3D was our daily business, but coding and game design required completely different disciplines, and only one person from our small team of five was able to program. Over the next two months, we set about creating a VR demo, which proved very popular. That gave us the motivation to continue down this path, even if we didn’t know exactly what lay ahead of us. This was especially true of virtual reality: there was no rulebook to follow, no other work you could research to see how someone else solved a certain issue. Some things that sounded great as an idea in the script were either not possible or just not as cool as we thought. On the other hand, there were things that sounded totally unspectacular as an idea but proved to have a massive gameplay impact. A good example is when you nod or shake your head to communicate with Newton — it felt wholly natural and increased the game’s immersion considerably. Everyone who tried it broke out in a wide smile on experiencing it the first time. The idea came about from a real world experience: I was at a sushi shop and the cook didn’t speak a word of German and I didn’t speak Japanese — he just pointed to the ingredients and I nodded or shook my head — bam! We’ve also spent time developing multiple comfort settings so everyone can fine-tune the game to create their own perfect settings. The Music of Eden-Tomorrow One thing I’d like to mention specifically is the game’s music. Early in my career, I created the score for two games and initially planned to do the same for Eden-Tomorrow. But I quickly realized I would never be able to achieve the quality of the compositions I had in my head. Fortunately, I found someone, Dirk Ehlertwe, who created pieces with the exact sound and emotional depth of the soundscape I’d imagined. While penning the game’s story, I’d listen to certain pieces to put me in the right mood. The game’s score means a lot to me. To celebrate the work of our composer, we produced these two videos that went behind the scenes of the soundtrack’s creation: The Extended Cut: It’s true that Eden-Tomorrow’s three years of development sometimes felt like a journey into the unknown — just like what the player experiences in the game today. It was by far the most exhausting — but also the most beautiful — time in my life. I am very happy that we had the chance to realize my dream, my idea. Sounds kitschy, I know, but that’s the way it is. We can’t wait to see PS VR players’ reactions to Eden-Tomorrow after playing the demo! View the full article
  23. Aces! It’s almost time to suit up and return to the skies over Strangereal. When Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown arrives on PlayStation 4 it will feature several gameplay modes and campaigns, including a campaign designed specifically for PS VR. Ever since the announcement of PS VR, series producer Kono-san has been interested in doing an Ace Combat game in VR. His main objective for this mode was that he wanted the player to experience every facet of the VR Mode through the eyes of the pilot. VR has the ability to simulate the experience of piloting a fighter jet and we’re pleased to say that team at Project Aces has succeeded on every level in this regard, from the moment you see your cockpit to when you shoot down your first bogey, everything feels smooth and responsive. Before actually boarding your fighter jet, the Project Aces team placed a tangible importance on convincing the player that you’re about to experience something wholly unique in an alternate reality. You’ll get an up close and personal look at your aircraft, see your maintenance crew wave you off into the wild blue yonder as you approach takeoff position, and experience 360 degrees of freedom as you fly above the clouds. The PS VR campaign features a dedicated single player mode that’s totally different from the main story campaign. Your mission starts in the year 2014, five years prior to the events of Ace Combat 7. You play as the legendary Mobius 1 fighting against the insurgency of Free Erusea. To say anymore would be spoiling things, but expect some callbacks to Ace Combat 4. ;) The biggest difference when playing in PS VR is the amount of awareness you have to exhibit. You’ll constantly be looking around your cockpit to note your position and the position of your bogeys — make sure to watch your six! The other benefits of the PS VR cockpit view include seeing your ammo count, radar, flares and damage done to your aircraft. Immersion is the name of the game here! Indicators, gauges, switches all move in real-time as they would in an actual aircraft cockpit. Same goes for the pilot, you’ll see his hands grasp and move the stick as your jet accelerates and decelerates or moves left and right. Your pilot’s legs move left and right as you yaw with the pedals and you’ll notice other small details such as the pilot’s oxygen mask. Need to take a break from all the dog-fighting action? Take in an airshow. In the Airshow Mode, you’ll stand on the deck of a carrier as several aircraft perform death-defying maneuvers overhead while classic Ace Combat tracks blare in the background. Which maneuvers will they perform? That’s up to you; you’re the conductor of this heavy metal orchestra. All this and more is included with Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown when it arrives on PS4 this Friday. See you in the clouds! View the full article
  24. PAUL-AWOL-

    PAUL-AWOL-'s in the house

    Going to add your forum to my nav bar so more of the SOCOM Fans can find this place..
  25. PAUL-AWOL-

    PAUL-AWOL-'s in the house

    What up Shane.. Thought I would stop on in and show some support for what all you do in the Community. The site is kick ass by the way, have a lot going on here.. Check you later. Stop on in and say hello to the Socom fellas.
  26. Name: KTN_Team Play Category: Videos Date Added: 2019-01-15 Submitter: KTN_rithem69 KTN_Team Play
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