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The Year in Review: PlayStation Devs Look Back at 2013

Fred Dutton's Avatar + Posted by Fred Dutton on Dec 30, 2013 // SCEE Blog Manager

And so 2013 draws to a close. And what a year it’s been in the world of videogames. Of course, you couldn’t move for top drawer titles, no matter where your specific tastes lay. But beyond that, we also welcomed PS4 into the world, ushering in a thrilling new era of play.

As perhaps you can imagine, it’s been an incredibly busy year here at PlayStation. Duly, just before everyone signed off for a few days of well-earned festive respite, I spoke to a number of key figures from SCEE, Sony Worldwide Studios and our partners in the indie world, to find out what their highlights of the past 12 months were, and what they have planned for 2014.

Read on below, and please do chime in with your own picks in the comments below. And whatever your plans for New Year’s Eve are, have a great night and a prosperous 2014. Normal service will resume here on PlayStation Blog starting January 6th. See you all then!

Murasaki Baby

Massimo Guarini, Director, Ovosonico (Murasaki Baby)

What game did you play more than any other in 2013?
I guess that would be Murasaki Baby. That’s the game I’m playing every day since we started prototyping. And you know what? I really dig that game!

Which game did you really want to play in 2013, but never found the time?
Besides Muramasa Rebirth for PlayStation Vita, I really wanted to spare some time to sit down and play Beyond: Two Souls. I guess I am naturally attracted by games that don’t shy away from trying something new.

What was the single best thing you did in 2013?
I think the single best thing I did this year was to turn off my phone, disconnect from the internet, take some time off from videogames and refresh my mind away from technology. That’s the kind of quality time when my mind and imagination actually work best. That’s when I usually come up with ideas.

What was the single worst thing you did in 2013?
I inflated my neighbor’s noisy dog with helium and gave it to my daughter so she could play with it. Or at least I thought I would do so, that night at 3:00 AM.

Who was the most interesting person you met in 2013?
Undoubtedly myself.

What was your favorite book and/or movie of 2013?
Once again I’ve been blown away by another Kim Ki-Duk masterpiece: Pieta.

What’s your top tip for a fun New Year’s Eve?
Spend time with the ones you love, eat healthy, tasty food and, of course, run naked in the snow at 2:00 AM for at least 10 minutes without stopping.

What are you most looking forward to doing in 2014?
I very much look forward to releasing Murasaki Baby. I feel like I’m becoming a father again. And that’s just wonderful.

Thomas Was Alone 3Volume, Gamescom, 04

Mike Bithell, Creator, Volume & Thomas Was Alone

Which game did you play more than any other in 2013?
Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag has taken over my life. I’ve always been a bit of a fanboy of the series, but this one… ahem… blew it out the water. That was a nautical pun. I’m rather proud of it.

Which game did you really want to play in 2013, but never found the time?
I’ve not played The Stanley Parable yet – it’s been glaring at me for a while. I’m dying to play, but just haven’t had time. Mainly because of Assassin’s Creed IV.

What was the single best thing you did in 2013?
This sounds like I’m lying because I’m being asked by PlayStation.Blog, but being at the Gamescom Sony press event, sat next to Shuhei Yoshida, as Volume was being shown on stage by Shahid Ahmad. That was sort of a big deal for someone who makes games in their living room.

What was the single worst thing you did in 2013?
I got lost in the carpark of my local supermarket. I’d nipped off to buy myself and my girlfriend coffee, and came back, unable to find the car. I was lost for about 10 minutes. It was the worst thing that I did this year.

Who was the most interesting person you met in 2013?
Warren Spector. A childhood hero who turned out to be a lovely chap with lots of patience for dumb questions asked by fanboys who somehow managed to be talking at the same event as him.

What was your favorite book and/or movie of 2013?
I’m a little embarrassed to say, but I loved Pacific Rim. I had a lot of fun seeing that on the big screen, and I’ve already watched the Blu-ray a fair few times.

What’s your top tip for a fun New Year’s Eve?
Don’t be forced into fun, spend it with special people. The scale of the party, and the quality of the location, is irrelevant.

What are you most looking forward to doing in 2014?
Releasing Volume. PLUG!

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Gavin Moore, Creative Director, Japan Studio (Puppeteer)

Which game did you really want to play in 2013, but never found the time?
That would have to be the awesome Dragon’s Crown. Brilliant artwork and amazing setting and made by a great developer, VanillaWare. A real throw back to the games I used to play as a kid. I just can’t get enough of sprite based games when they are done this well. In fact thanks for reminding me, I’m off to download it now before I forget.

What was the single best thing you did in 2013?
I would have to say get Puppeteer out the door and sent into the big wide world. Although Puppeteer may have flown under some people’s radar, the response I’ve had from people around the world has been very heart-warming. It goes to show that people do want games that are not just shooters and that there is a place for imagination and creativity in the gaming industry.

What was the single worst thing you did in 2013?
That would be travelling. Not the places I travelled to and the people I met, but the actual travelling. I managed to clock over 100,000 miles on planes this year. I don’t want to see the inside of an airport or a plane for quite some time. Surely someone somewhere in the world is making a teleporter. I shouldn’t complain but travelling sucks.

Who was the most interesting person you met in 2013?
That is a hard one, especially as I have met so many creative people this year. Not only great game developers but people outside the industry. If I was forced to pick one it would have to be the composer on Puppeteer, Patrick Doyle. Such a nice man who has real passion for what he does. A true genius in his field.

What was your favorite book and/or movie of 2013?
Even though it wasn’t published in 2013, I finally got round to reading American Gods by Neil Gaiman. Actually, I only have time to read on planes, so at least there is one good thing about travelling!

I’m an avid movie fan and spend a lot of my spare time watching movies – any movies. This year I would have to say that I stumbled across a Japanese movie called Ju San Nin No Shikaku or “13 Assassins”. Actually, I’m cheating again because this movie came out in 2010. It’s about 13 samurai who are employed to kill an evil lord. You need to check it out just for the final battle sequence. Chanbarra at its best!

For 2013 I’m going to say The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. I haven’t seen it yet but I just know it will be amazing.

What’s your top tip for a fun New Year’s Eve?
I always do the same thing every year – I visit the local shrine at midnight and pray to the gods for a happy new year, head back for soba and some hot sake. This is a tradition in Japan and I feel that it really marks the closing of the past year and the opening of a new one.

What are you most looking forward to doing in 2014?
Maybe taking a holiday and relaxing for a bit. Actually, what I’m most looking forward to is getting my teeth into the next project. I really want to muck around and see what I can do on the PS4.

Guacamelee on PS3 and PS Vita

Graham Smith, Co-Founder, Drinkbox (Guacamelee!)

Which game did you play more than any other in 2013?
GTA V on PS3 probably got the most hours from me this year. That game is enormous, and somehow I never got tired of exploring that game world. It was not my favorite game of the year though! That honor would probably have to go to Antichamber, which really blew my mind in a way that has not happened since Portal was released back in 2007.

Which game did you really want to play in 2013, but never found the time?
I recently picked up Tearaway on the PS Vita, but have not had a chance to seriously sit down with it yet. I’m only about 10 minutes in at this point, but the game absolutely oozes with charm. I can’t wait to see everything I can do as a “You”.

What was the single best thing you did in 2013?
I got engaged while travelling in Chile! I proposed to my fiancé while overlooking Glacier Grey at the start of a five-day trek in Torres Del Paine National Park. Trekking in Patagonia was one of most amazing experiences of our lives. It was also a really interesting (and slightly uncomfortable) feeling not having an internet connection or TV/cell phone for five whole days. The world could have been ending and we would have had no idea.

What was the single worst thing you did in 2013?
Not calling my mother enough. I think that will be my New Year’s resolution for 2014.

Who was the most interesting person you met in 2013?
There was a Christmas party in the lobby of my building last week, where I started chatting with a random elderly lady. She’s 62 years old, retired, and absolutely fascinating. Having been married to successful BBC video producer (who has now passed away), she had a lot of amazing stories to tell about her life with him. She spent one New Year’s Eve on a ship with the Queen of England, and regularly rubbed elbows at parties with The Beatles and David Bowie in her younger years.

What was your favorite book and/or movie of 2013?
My favorite movie this year was Gravity. The set-pieces, cinematography, and acting all really blew me away. Before seeing it, I never would have guessed that I would become a fan of Sandra Bullock in my life, but she really won me over with this performance!

What’s your top tip for a fun New Year’s Eve?
Mix good friends with liberal amounts of alcohol.

What are you most looking forward to doing in 2014?
I’m really looking forward to travelling and seeing more of the world with my new wife :)

Shahid Ahmad, Senior Business Development Manager, SCEE

Which game did you play more than any other in 2013?
Hotline Miami.

Which game did you really want to play in 2013, but never found the time?
Guacamelee!, but I’ll be catching up with my pile of shame over Christmas.

What was the single best thing you did in 2013?
Gamescom. In more detail, announcing 25 new PS Vita games from our tiny team, including PS4 versions of almost half of them, getting to announce several new titles at our press event, and the showfloor’s PS Vitas being packed with our games.

What was the single worst thing you did in 2013?
Not sign even more games than we did!

Who was the most interesting person you met in 2013?
Shuhei Yoshida.

What was your favorite book and/or movie of 2013?
Book: The Authentic Swing by Steven Pressfield. Movie: I haven’t found the time to go to the cinema, but Skyfall on Blu-ray because I love Bond.

What’s your top tip for a fun New Year’s Eve?
Every day can be as fun as New Year’s Eve. Once you realise that, the pressure is off and you can just relax and enjoy it.

What are you most looking forward to doing in 2014?
Working with my colleagues and our partners to create memorable games for our players.

DriveClub on PS4

Paul Rustchynsky, Design Director, Evolution Studios (DRIVECLUB)

Which game did you play more than any other in 2013?
This year I finally took the opportunity to play through The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. I held off playing it when it first came out because I knew I’d need to find 100 or so hours to play it. I don’t like to chip away at big games over an extended period of time, so it wasn’t until this year that I found a clear window to get into the game.

I managed to rock through the entire main quest and still wanted more, so I played through all of the expansions straight after. The breadth and depth of the game is just astounding, and it’s made me very excited about what we might see from Bethesda on PlayStation 4!

Which game did you really want to play in 2013, but never found the time?
Similar in some ways to Skyrim, with Ni No Kuni I know that I will have to set time aside to get the most out of it, so I’ve put this on hold until next year. I love the sublime Studio Ghibili art style and the story intrigues me, plus I haven’t sunk my teeth into a JRPG for some time, so it’s right at the top of my playlist for 2014.

What was the single best thing you did in 2013?
With the amount of travelling I’ve done and incredible places I’ve seen it’s hard to choose one! I honeymooned in Thailand, went to E3 in LA, visited New York for the first time to showcase DRIVECLUB and went to Germany for Gamescom. In Germany I was driven around in a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series which is most definitely one of my stand-out moments of 2013.

What was the single worst thing you did in 2013?
I had a collection of over 2,000 games and 30 consoles, but to make room in the house for my newborn son I’ve had to sell my collection. It’s been a long, painful and nostalgic experience but my son’s worth the heartache and hopefully I’m passing on the joy of these games to others.

Who was the most interesting person you met in 2013?
I actually met one of my childhood heroes at E3 this year – creator of Earthworm Jim and MDK, David Perry. He was so enthusiastic about what he was working on and it was cool to see that he’s still as passionate about the industry that he helped to define as he was when he first set out making games all those years ago. It was inspiring and I hope that in 20 years I’ll still be as passionate as he is about making games.

What was your favorite book and/or movie of 2013?
With all of the travelling this year I managed to read quite a few books, but by far the best was Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. I won’t spoil anything, but I will say it’s perfect for any child of the ‘80s, any videogame fans or anyone even remotely interested in sci-fi.

Choosing a favorite film is more difficult. I haven’t watched as many films this year as I normally would unfortunately, because I’ve spent more time watching TV series than anything else (Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, Mad Men, Breaking Bad). Actually, I’m going to go with Star Trek: Into Darkness because it was great and I’m a bit of a Trekky.

What’s your top tip for a fun New Year’s Eve?
Spend it with family and friends!

What are you most looking forward to doing in 2014?
Releasing DRIVECLUB, obviously! :)

Velocity Ultra on PS Vita

James Marsden, Managing Director, Futurlab (Velocity Ultra)

Which game did you play more than any other in 2013?
Hotline Miami on PS Vita.

Which game did you really want to play in 2013, but never found the time?
Thomas Was Alone

What was the single best thing you did in 2013?
Meeting you at Gamescom Fred ;)

Oh, and taking our team to Eurogamer Expo! Oh, and having Shuhei Yoshida and Michael Denny pay a visit to our little studio! Oh, and taking part in the launch of PS4 with Shahid Ahmad & Hollie B. Oh and… etc.

What was the single worst thing you did in 2013?
Tried a gigantic food challenge whilst visiting family in Pembrokeshire. I failed miserably.

Who was the most interesting person you met in 2013?
Ben Andac, our producer at Sony who dazzled me with his knowledge of Street Fighter’s mechanics. We’ve yet to play each other but there will be blood…

What was your favorite book and/or movie of 2013?
Favorite book was Risk: The Science & Politics of Fear by Dan Gardner.

Favorite film was Gravity. No work of art or entertainment has made me value my life more than that film.

What’s your top tip for a fun New Year’s Eve?
Stay in and play Jungle Speed with family and one or two best friends:

What are you most looking forward to doing in 2014?
That’s easy, I absolutely can’t wait to release our two games, Surge Deluxe on PS Vita and Velocity 2X on PS Vita and PS4.

After that, continuing to work with PlayStation, as the last few years have been the most thrilling and creatively fulfilling I’ve had to date.

Luftrausers on PS3 and PS Vita

Rami Ismail and Jan Willem Nijman, Vlambeer (LUFTRAUSERS)

Which game did you play more than any other in 2013?
The two of us don’t often agree about things here at Vlambeer, but this year the game we played most was Samurai Gunn. Even with games like Persona 4: Golden, which Rami definitely spent weeks of his life on, Samurai Gunn is the most fun we’ve had with friends and a videogame.

Which game did you really want to play in 2013, but never found the time?
Jan Willem really regrets never having the time to play Kentucky Route Zero and Desktop Dungeons. Rami agrees that Jan should regret that.

What was the single best thing you did in 2013?
We finally finished Ridiculous Fishing, and the response to the launch was something that – no exaggeration – saved Vlambeer from just collapsing. Deciding to launch the Nuclear Throne project has been really rewarding, so maybe that? Maybe the best thing we did this year was finally understanding that we’re allowed to sometimes not work and take a break.

What was the single worst thing you did in 2013?
We watched Prometheus.

Who was the most interesting person you met in 2013?
Rami met Tracy Fullerton at IndieCade this year, and even though it was for a really short moment, that had quite an impact. She is truly a large part of why the context of creating games is such a positive one.

What was your favorite book and/or movie of 2013?
Jan Willem has been reading the Dune novels, but also wanted to point out Old Man’s War by Scalzi. Rami has been reading a lot of terrible science fiction this year, and a bunch of agreeable ones. Karl Schroeders’ Lady of Mazes & Ventus were interesting reads. Computer Chess was a movie both of us quite liked.

What’s your top tip for a fun New Year’s Eve?
Make all your days fun, then make New Year’s Eve like any other day.

What are you most looking forward to doing in 2014?
Everything changes fast enough that we don’t like thinking ahead too far. For now, our focus lays with releasing LUFTRAUSERS for PS3 and PS Vita, and working on Nuclear Throne, which will also release on PS4 and PS Vita eventually. After that, we’ll see what happens.

Killzone Shadow Fall Multi Screenshots, 09

Steven Ter Heide, Game Director, Guerrilla Games (Killzone: Shadow Fall)

Which game did you play more than any other in 2013?
In frequency, probably Bejeweled on my phone. In time spent, I’d say Minecraft, as I’ve been just wasting so much time doing absolutely pointless things there, and enjoying it immensely. Borderlands 2 has barely left my PS3, that was so enjoyable to just run around with some friends.

Which game did you really want to play in 2013, but never found the time?
Last of Us is a game that deserved my full attention, but simply didn’t have time for. I still have a huge backlog of games, but I wonder if I can go back, as the new offerings on PS4 are also very enticing. Nice dilemma to have, no shortage of entertainment over Christmas.

What was the single best thing you did in 2013?
Ship a PS4 launch title. This was an all-consuming event that eclipsed all other things I could do.

What was the single worst thing you did in 2013?
That’s a difficult question, I think I managed to disappoint myself by not having the discipline to go the gym, but haven’t done anything to be a terrible person. Some would say that the worst thing I did was not revive them in the midst of a crucial game, but that would be an over-exaggeration on their part and doesn’t make me a terrible person at all.

Who was the most interesting person you met in 2013?
It’s interesting to get to know some people a little better when you’re working so closely with them for a longer period. I say interesting, as some things you really didn’t want to know (Hi Poria!) ;)

What was your favorite book and/or movie of 2013?
I really enjoyed reading Neal Stephenson’s Reamde. Nicely blurred videogames, hacking and Canadian wildlife. The description of the online gameworld was really well done, so much so that I wanted to go and play that game.

What’s your top tip for a fun New Year’s Eve?
Enjoy it like there is no tomorrow! 2000 and 2012 both predicted extinction level events, which made the night so much more enjoyable ;)

What are you most looking forward to doing in 2014?
I am looking forward to new ideas and seeing where the community is going to be taking the game. Mostly looking forward to a quieter time, and find out 2013 was all about.

//Add Your Own

35 Comments

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+ HitmanRebornEX on December 30th, 2013 at 6:10 am said:

This has been a awesome year for Sony, next year is going too be even better keep it up Sony, Playstation player for life =D


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+ Syrlis on December 30th, 2013 at 6:11 am said:

I got a PS4 for Christmas and yesterday I was finally able to find a PS4 Camera. I am glad to see they are selling so well. Hope these developers take notice of this and make use of it for their upcoming PS4 titles…Thanks for making PlayStation a great brand to game with. -Happy Fan (1996-present)


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+ HitmanRebornEX on December 30th, 2013 at 6:35 am said:

Yeah i have a day one playstation 4 as well and cant wait for the games too roll in =D


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+ viceforce on December 30th, 2013 at 7:20 am said:

I just got (and was lucky) my Playstation 4. I didn’t have enough money for any retails but because of the plus membership and free games up on the store I was able to start gaming. Thanks for the year sony. Make 2014 even better.


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+ Pabloo1010 on December 30th, 2013 at 8:06 am said:

I want LUFTRAUSERS so so soo badly!! Also very interested in Murasaki Baby.

Now give us a release date for DRIVECLUB already Sony! :)


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+ Pabloo1010 on December 30th, 2013 at 8:26 am said:

Oh yh and Velocity 2X as well !!!


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+ drd7of14 on December 30th, 2013 at 8:50 am said:

Ready Player One really was an awesome book! Recommended to anyone, but if you are lazy, they are working on a movie adaptation. I just wonder how accurate it will be. This book is full of specific pop-culture references, and that is very expensive to have in your movie. The book gets away with it, and does so beautifully.

Ready Player One.

Worth a read. And it even comes in an audiobook format read by Wil Wheaton. Wil Wheaton! That’s awesome! Check it out.


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+ siriusbee on December 30th, 2013 at 11:55 am said:

Cool interviews.


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+ Dirty_Pencil_Box on December 30th, 2013 at 12:01 pm said:

The Last Of Us , Beyond Two Souls , God Of war Ascension, And PS4. What a great year.


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+ Dirty_Pencil_Box on December 30th, 2013 at 12:06 pm said:

And it only gets better when they give out free games like Borderlands 2 and Bioshock Infinite(Next Month). With PS Plus.


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+ ROBLES_SOLTERO_P on December 30th, 2013 at 12:38 pm said:

PS4: Killzone Shadow Fall
PS3: The Last Of Us
PSV: Killzone Mercenary
PSN: Minecraft: PS3 Edition
2014: PS4 Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain


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+ DJOates on December 30th, 2013 at 2:38 pm said:

Honestly, Shahid Ahmad’s proudest moment is announcing 20+ indie games for the Vita, a lot of which have existing PS3/PS4 ports?

Honestly, I bought a Vita for access to top quality titles like Persona 4 Golden and Soul Sacrifice. The addition of the PSP/PSOne library was a welcome bonus, but users want games that will really stretch the Vita’s impressive capabilities.

Yes, the likes of Ys, Conception II and Final Fantasy X/X-2 are welcome, but what the Vita needs is several real top drawer system sellers, not more indies and PS3 games that have been toned down for Vita.

I don’t see anything in his announcement that will really shift more systems and energise big name developers. Every local game shop is removing or minimising their Vita displays and marketing it only as a PS4 accessory.

Invest in one or two really big name, knockout products, not a shotgun approach of mostly shovelware. Start engaging with Japanese firms to localise the top quality titles that are already out over there, or drop the stupid restrictions on shopping in different regions.


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+ GiottoVSky on December 30th, 2013 at 6:56 pm said:

I think SCE should localize Freedom Wars. If you don’t know Freedom Wars, you should give it a quick google (not Bing, Bing is evil). Spread the word to support Freedom Wars. I’m sure if we have enough random people posting about it, they might consider it.


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+ CommandingTiger on December 30th, 2013 at 9:01 pm said:

Here’s what I want:
-PS4 Vita: Content Manager (Not just PS3) For Screenshots, Videos and Games
-Audio CD support; MP3, AAC, ATRAC support and PS1 games.
-PS2/PS1 Support, if emulators exist on PC for 100% of games and they use the same hardware, you can make an emulator. I’ll be ok with 80% of the games being compatible.
-External HDD support (At least Video and Screenshots, but I would be great to have Games as well, more purchases from the PSN and more money to you)
-3D support (Movies and Games)
-Dynamic themes for PS4
-Blue-Tooth Headset support (Wider headset support for PS4)
-Youtube support, sooner rather than later.
-Play Memories could also be nice if there’s no Content Manager.


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+ CommandingTiger on December 30th, 2013 at 9:13 pm said:

I also want to access my files of game play (Share) from the PS4 main menu.

When I press Share, not just have Upload Screenshot or Upload Video,
but also have Access Game play Capture Files and Start Live Stream->uPlay or Twitch

It is the only part that you have to go behind multiple menus in order to access what you want.

Also add Avatars on the PS4 on the PS Store.
Accessing Edit Profile should be done faster if possible.
Also add ->Add Comment, like on the PS4.


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+ Shiroyami on December 30th, 2013 at 9:57 pm said:

Keeping my dreams alive Shahid <3


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+ Welmosca on December 30th, 2013 at 10:20 pm said:

Loved Gavin Moore’s interview…Puppeteer is GOTY 2013 after TLoU….Puppeteer is a MASTERPIECE.Thank you Sony and JapanStudio for bringing amazing new IPs so creative that it blows my mind.


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+ Jonathan6239108 on December 31st, 2013 at 3:27 pm said:

This year was pretty lame most of the games were over the top big title games that had a lot of the underlining structure, a Linear/Shooter. Not a very impressive year completely ignore great games of past gen by not including them within the store for our leisure. Also personally I would of loved to see FF Dissidia made playable on the ps3. Aside from that there was so much potential but only 5% was used out of all of the things I’ve seen. Had a ps3 since 08 and I know none of the 3 (Microsoft,Nintendo & Sony) are perfect but very simple and critical things are overlooked. Ultimately Sony is pretty disappointing. At least before ditching the ps3 completely do just enough to make me enjoy it while I haven’t.


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+ reddnapy on December 31st, 2013 at 4:31 pm said:

I would love to see the more integration on the playstation platforms. WIth ios and andriod you content is available for you whether your on your phone, cpu, or tablet. The sony phones have different games and apps then the vita, i cant even get my digital copy of a sony movie i bought on my vita, sigh. Transitioning from the vita to the ps4 and cells should be seemles, yes i know you cant play all ps4 games on a handheld, but it seems wierd that sony music, and mobile isn’t more insync with the vita and ps4. How about a google plus app or cinema now app or again adding a music section, complete with music videos to the playstation store? I have always had a playstation but you guys need to watch out because other companies are starting to integrate all aspects of their products and if you dont do something sony will be left behind. Love my sony products, happy new year!


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+ reddnapy on December 31st, 2013 at 4:37 pm said:

Sorry i got off topic the games have actually been great this year regardless of what people say. Thanks to all the devs. I cant wait to get my ps4, they are sold out near me, so i can try knack and shadow fall, and bf4… What are the odds you guys at Sony can send me one?? lol. Thanks Sony!


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+ halextripleplay on January 1st, 2014 at 8:22 am said:

Well so far I love the ps4. The only thing I do not like is I can not use my Wireless Headsets from ps3. When are we going to be able to us these? Or I’m I going to have to spend more money to buy new headsets for my ps4?
Happy New Year too all!


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+ RazorBoi13 on January 1st, 2014 at 3:12 pm said:

alright Sony listen im a fan so i know im right the ps4 you messed up u on the graphics might be booming but yellow light of death come on really and the ps4 prices its not that serious you forgot kids play games more than adults what if those kids don’t got money or jobs you know there’s not alot of jobs for kids no won really wanna do manual labor now a days i know i wouldn’t. These surveys don’t be paying they lie and you got the nerve to put your fans through hell just to get a ps4 that has the yellow light of death. and ps3 wtf is yall problem i go on black ops world at war dead island and other cod and battle field games even ghost and just a recommendation give people gifts for there seniority not trophy’s i been a ps3 member and fan for 4 no 5 years when i was little all i did was play ps2 all i could afford it was the best then i grown to like Sony now playing the ps3 is all im good at i gave up everything to play the ps3 i became a fan to die hard that made me a couch potato. make it beter because y’all going down hill quickly ps4 has so much problems and now the ps3 online is being taken by hackers and moders today someone told me he can get anything he want from the store from a jail break i remember my ps2


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+ tilley6860 on January 2nd, 2014 at 11:24 am said:

my neighbor’s mother-in-law makes $76/hr on the computer. She has been out of work for nine months but last month her pay was $14217 just working on the computer for a few hours. try this out>>>>bay91.C­­­O­­­­­­M


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+ PainOfSarrow on January 3rd, 2014 at 8:45 am said:

tilley6860 please get the hell out. lame ass scam.


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+ subsamuel01 on January 3rd, 2014 at 9:55 am said:

I wish production for PS4 start to pick up soon, I can’t find one anywhere. Still going to be a great year for gaming.


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+ Strangeheaven on January 3rd, 2014 at 10:03 am said:

First of all I will not be buying a PS4 until sony fixes the console to its full potential.

Meaning power consumption of the console uses 3x the power of a ps3 not good on the electric bill. This needs to be addressed.

The lightbar on the controller seems annoying to me, give the option to switch this gimmick off to save on battery power.

Hurry up and bring MP3 MP4 DNLA and audio cd compatibility all back.

News or one screen shot of The Last Guardian would be nice, oh yeah sony please let the fans know which console this game will be going on to. I’m sure that will not spoil the game, stop being childish and let people know which platform its coming to, my guess is the ps4, but confirm it already.

Until the above becomes addressed I will buy a PS4


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+ CommandingTiger on January 3rd, 2014 at 11:01 am said:

Here’s how you can slightly enhance the PS4 with a few simple shortcut
-Add a shortcut to Capture files to the main menu. (Where the games are)
-Add a shortcut to PS+ Online Saves Files on the Games menu. (Where you see Overview, Recent Activities and Related Items, you should add a shortcut link there to access the saves files menu to upload them faster without going trough the options menu.)
-Clicking on the profile picture would grant you direct access to your (Change Avatar) instead of going (Edit Profile->Avatar)


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+ tusunami on January 3rd, 2014 at 11:43 am said:

This was a amazing article on playstation devs, this was very enlightening & I hope to read more like this superb work. 2014 is going to be even more brilliant for all platforms!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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+ CorlissDGorto on January 3rd, 2014 at 1:20 pm said:

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+ RoII_chan on January 3rd, 2014 at 1:33 pm said:

Im still wondering where are our sales from past tuesday…


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+ Eru-Feanor on January 3rd, 2014 at 2:20 pm said:

Great year for Playstation fans! 2014 will be even better.


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+ Monterossa on January 3rd, 2014 at 2:44 pm said:

The amount of indie games will kill the PlayStation soon. Having too many of them make the systems look cheap and uninteresting.


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+ Silver_shion on January 3rd, 2014 at 3:58 pm said:

Guacamelee was my GOTY 2013, i just love the game.
Second place goes to Dragons Crown.


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+ zabrosse on January 4th, 2014 at 12:16 am said:

HuluPlus made it clear to me today that they do not care about support on PS3 and PS4, sorry guys I won’t be continuing with Sony Products.


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+ NomadFH on January 4th, 2014 at 5:46 am said:

Bioshock vita? Is that ever coming out? It was announced and then…yeah…nothing. I was really pumped for it, hopefully it wasn’t canned.


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