Recent Video Game News.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Tekken 7 Announced for PS4

The fighting franchise with more than two decades of technical level fighting and a deeply dedicated community is back with Tekken 7! It will be running on Unreal Engine 4 for the first time with highly detailed characters and dynamic environments. The home console version of Tekken 7 benefits from numerous modes along with an intensive canon storyline and many other enhancements to be revealed.
Tekken is celebrating its 20th anniversary with the latest chapter in the historic series. Continue the fight amongst the Mishima clan and its newest member: Kazumi Mishima. What secrets will be revealed within the Mishima clan? The epic conclusion will unfold in Tekken 7!
Under the leadership of Katsuhiro Harada, Tekken 7 continues to be developed by the Tekken Team at Bandai Namco Entertainment.
Stay tuned in the coming months for character reveals, new gameplay mechanics, and videos showing off all of the new and exciting features in Tekken 7.

Sunday, October 25, 2015

PS4 Outsells Xbox One Again, Kojima Leaves Konami, High-Power PS4 Model

PS4 Tops Xbox One in September US Sales: Sony's PlayStation 4 was the top-selling console in the US during September, the company announced this week as part of the monthly NPD report. The Xbox One was no slouch, though, as sales grew year-over-year and the platform continues to perform well. [Full story]
Kojima Leaves Konami... Or Maybe He's on Vacation: A report this week claimed that Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima's final day at Konami was October 9. Following this, however, Konami issued a statement that claimed Kojima was actually still an employee but was just on vacation. [Full story]
Sony Might Consider High-Power PS4: According to Sony executive Masayasu Ito, Sony is potentially considering making a higher-performance version of the PS4. Note that this is just hypothetical talk at the moment, but that Sony is talking about it at all is...interesting. [Full story]

Sony PS4 Can Be Used to Share Games Through PSN

A lot of people already know how to share games with their family and friends on the Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) Xbox One and even on the PC, and it is a useful feature to say the least. However, Sony Corporation's (NYSE:SNE) PS4 is not behind in this regard, as it too allows you to share games through PSN.
You need to understand with all the impressive deals on the PSN along with flash sales, purchasing digital copies of games is becoming quite a norm these days. Even though you can still share a physical disc with just about anyone, it is not as convenient as sharing digital copies of games, which is not as hard as it was before.
Similar to how you would need to set up your Xbox One, you will first need to enable the PS4 as a primary console to share games on it. To do so, you will need to use your PS4 to log into your PlayStation Network account. Through the various options presented, you need to select ‘Activate as Your Primary PS4’. Once that is done, you need to select ‘Deactivate