We wanted to shed some light on system software update version 1.50 for PS4, which will launch simultaneously with the system’s official North American launch on November 15th, 2013. By updating to system software version 1.50, you’ll be able to experience a variety of new features in addition to the basic functions of PS4.
Three weeks from launch! Killzone: Shadow Fall’s lead designer stops by for a final preview, while Grace Chen and Nick Colberg give us a peek behind the scenes of PlayStation Store. Plus Justin’s Top 10 of the generation, all new releases for October 29th, and more!
With XCOM: Enemy Within, legendary developer Firaxis is expanding on the foundation of the original with tons of new maps, new equipment, new aliens, a mechanized soldier class, and new genemods that can transform your troopers into superhuman killing machines. We caught up with Lead Designer Ananda Gupta to get the inside scoop, and we sent him some of your questions.
Today we’re launching Greatness Exchange*, a promotion exhibiting PlayStation memorabilia from the recent “Perfect Day” commercial, as well as items based on Killzone Shadow Fall and The Elder Scrolls Online. You can also enter to win rare concept art from the shoot, and even a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Guerrilla Games in Amsterdam.
Welcome back! On today’s show we chat about our recent time with Jonathan Blow’s PS4 puzzler The Witness, Housemarque’s PS4 shoot-em-up Resogun, and the delightful remaster of Flower on PS4. Then, we check in with Zombie Studios for details on the procedurally generated PS4 horror title Daylight.
The gang is back together! Beyond, Spelunky, and Gravity are all hot topics of today’s discussion, but the star of the show is an interview with the creators of the new Thief — senior producer Stephane Roy and narrative director Steven Gallagher. Plus: new releases for October 15th, listener letters, a particularly sour Gem of the Week, and more!
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