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Twitch Cracks Down on Moderating After Man Apparently Strips Drunken Wife on PS4 Stream
25 November 2013, 7:54 pm

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While The Spartan Show is an example of how to use The PlayRoom and Twitch for a good purpose, a recent incident involving a woman who was presumably stripped naked by her husband occurred. That particular user has since been banned, but due to this and other incidents, Twitch Support sent out an update on Twitter (1, 2, 3):

FYI: We continue to moderate according to our Terms of Service. Non-gaming content is not allowed. Non-gaming content (c): If using PS4 Playroom, the content must be about games or gaming and within our ToS. Thanks for understanding.

Discussing gaming is gaming content. There are numerous such channels on Twitch, such as One More Game.
Twitch also gave out this statement when asked by Kotaku about their plans to moderate users:

Twitch has a very strict terms of service policy which is outlined here. We are very vigilant about removing content that breaks the TOS guidelines and depending on the severity of the violation we will either ban or suspend accounts. In addition to our own efforts, the Twitch community is unique in that it likes to flag content they suspect or know is a breach of our TOS.

Like any social network from YouTube to Facebook, there will always be a very small minority of users who attempt to circumvent the rules. As such, our advice is to report it right away and our staff will be quick to act on it if they haven’t already. In terms of privacy settings, those are up are to the respective devices.
They then followed up with another statement to Kotaku:

As Twitch continues to attract new broadcasters, we want to keep our terms of service top of mind and reiterate we are a destination for video game-related content. We also have a team, supported by a predominantly positive minded community, that works around the clock to ensure our TOS is being adhered to. It is at the discretion of our partners to determine which Twitch features are integrated into their hardware and software.
Did you suspect something like this would happen eventually? What do you think will come of this? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: PlayStation LifeStyle


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LEGO The Hobbit Confirmed for Spring 2014 Release on PS4, PS3, PS Vita, and More
25 November 2013, 3:54 pm

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A leaked image last week suggested that this would be happening, and now Warner Bros. has confirmed that LEGO The Hobbit will be releasing in Spring 2014 for the PS4, PS3, PS Vita, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U, 3DS, PC, and Mac.

LEGO The Hobbit will follow the storyline of the first two Hobbit movies, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug, allowing you to join up with Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf the Grey, and Thorin Oakenshield and Company as they travel toward the Dwarven Kingdom of Erebor.

You’ll be able to play as the following character throughout LEGO The Hobbit, with each having their own special abilities (for example, Bombur can be used as a trampoline to “belly-bounce” people out of danger):

  • Bilbo
  • Gandalf
  • Thorin
  • Fíli
  • Kíli
  • Óin
  • Glóin
  • Dwalin
  • Balin
  • Bifur
  • Bofur
  • Bombur
  • Dori
  • Nori
  • Ori
For locations, you can expect to visit Bag End, the High Pass over The Misty Mountains, Goblin-town, Mirkwood, and Rivendell. There will also be puzzles, Treasure Quests, gem mining, fighting with Orcs, Trolls, and more, and the ability to craft items or structures.

Do you think LEGO The Hobbit is a good idea? Will the LEGO games ever end? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: PlayStation LifeStyle


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UK Sales Charts: FIFA 14 Ryses 328%, Tearaway Debuts at 26th
25 November 2013, 3:31 pm

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When it comes to hardware sales, the Xbox One accounted for 80% of all consoles sold last week, outselling the Xbox 360′s week 1 total by double.

In terms of games, FIFA 14 was up 328% overall thanks to the Xbox One, with FIFA 14 also standing as the #1 selling Xbox One game during the week (being included in theXbox One Day 1 FIFA 14 Edition bundle didn’t hurt). Elsewhere, Forza Motorsport 5 was the highest selling Xbox One exclusive, with Dead Rising 3 and Ryse: Son of Rome at #2 and #3, respectively.

Here’s the top 26 selling games in the UK for the week ending November 23rd, 2013, with Tearaway debuting at #26:

  • FIFA 14
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts
  • Battlefield 4
  • Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
  • Forza Motorsport 5
  • LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
  • Dead Rising 3
  • Grand Theft Auto V
  • The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
  • Ryse: Son of Rome
  • Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition
  • Skylanders SWAP Force
  • Need for Speed: Rivals
  • Just Dance 2014
  • Disney Infinity
  • Batman: Arkham Origins
  • WWE 2K14
  • Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy
  • Tomb Raider
  • Pokemon X
  • Pokemon Y
  • Football Manager 2014
  • Animal Crossing: New Leaf
  • LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
  • Halo 4
  • Tearaway
With the PS4 releasing on November 29th, which game do you think will take top spot? Let us know in the comments below.

[Source 1, 2]

Source: PlayStation LifeStyle


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PS4, PS3, & PS Vita New Releases: November 24th – 30th, 2013 – PS4 Launches in Europe
24 November 2013, 6:44 pm

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The wait for gamers in Europe to finally get their hands on the PlayStation 4 is coming to an end, as the system releases in all the countries you see here on November 29th.

*All games are releasing in North America and Europe, unless otherwise noted.

PS4 Games in North America on November 29th

  • Escape Plan (PSN) – Cross Buy
  • flOw (PSN) – Cross Buy
  • War Thunder (PSN) – F2P
PS3 Games

  • Air Conflicts: Vietnam (Retail) – NA
  • Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory (PSN)
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition (Retail & PSN) – EU
  • Painkiller: Hell and Damnation (PSN) – NA
  • Saint Seiya Brave Soldiers (PSN) – NA
  • Super Motherload (PSN, Cross Buy)
PS Vita Games

  • Ys: Memories of Celceta (Retail & PSN) – NA
  • flOw (PSN, Cross Buy)
  • Flower (PSN, Cross Buy) – EU
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition (Retail & PSN) – EU
PS1 Classics

  • Metal Gear Solid VR Missions (PSN) – NA
  • Oddworld: Abe’s Box (PSN) – NA
DLC

  • Batman: Arkham Origins ‘DC Elseworlds Pack’
  • Batman: Arkham Origins ‘Infinite Earths Skin Pack’
  • Borderlands 2 ‘Wattle Gobbler
  • Saints Row IV ‘Universe Oppressor’
PS4 Launch Titles in Europe

  • Angry Birds Star Wars (Retail & PSN)
  • Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag (Retail & PSN)
  • Battlefield 4 (Retail & PSN)
  • Blacklight: Retribution (PSN)
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts (Retail & PSN)
  • Contrast (PSN) – Free for PS+ members
  • DC Universe Online (PSN)
  • Escape Plan (PSN, Cross Buy)
  • FIFA 14 (Retail & PSN)
  • flOw (PSN, Cross Buy)
  • Flower (PSN, Cross Buy)
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition (Retail & PSN)
  • Killzone: Shadow Fall (Retail & PSN)
  • Knack (Retail & PSN)
  • Just Dance 2014 (Retail & PSN)
  • LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (Retail & PSN)
  • Madden 25 (Retail & PSN)
  • NBA 2K14 (Retail & PSN)
  • NBA Live 14 (Retail & PSN)
  • Need for Speed: Rivals (Retail & PSN)
  • Putty Squad (PSN)
  • ResoGun (PSN) – Free for PS+ members
  • Skylanders: Swap Force (Retail)
  • Sound Shapes (PSN, Cross Buy)
  • Super Motherload (PSN, Cross Buy)
  • Trine 2: Complete Story (PSN)
  • Warframe (PSN)
  • War Thunder (PSN)
*Keep in mind that all release dates are subject to change.

Check out our November 2013 release date page and PS4 2013 releases page to find out what else is releasing this month, and feel free to let us know in the comments which game(s) you’ll be buying this week.

Source: PlayStation LifeStyle


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ACOG News / [PS4] Amazon Adds More PS4 Games Discounted to $49 Each
« on: November 24, 2013, 04:03:31 PM »
Amazon Adds More PS4 Games Discounted to $49 Each
24 November 2013, 1:45 pm

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After yesterday’s price-matching, Amazon has added even more PS4 games to the list of titles available for a discount. Right now, you can score the following PS4 games for just $49 on Amazon.

Black Friday deals week starts in less than 24 hours, so expect more sales on a wider variety of games. However, we don’t anticipate prices going much lower than $49 each for PS4 games, so this deal is about as good as it’s going to get. We’ll keep you updated on all the Black Friday deals all week long.

Source: PlayStation LifeStyle


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ACOG News / [PS4] PSLS’ Morning Wood Ep. 038: Week One PS4 Impressions
« on: November 23, 2013, 12:10:40 PM »
PSLS’ Morning Wood Ep. 038: Week One PS4 Impressions
23 November 2013, 12:00 pm

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Welcome to another episode of Morning Wood. This week I finally trimmed my scruffy looking beard as we talk about our first impressions of the PlayStation 4 and our overall week one experience. Expanding on our Ask PSLS answer from this week, we’ll tell you what we like, what we don’t like, and where we see the future of the PS4. Enjoy the PS4 filled episode now.

Stuff we talked about:

What do you think of the PS4 so far? What do you think of the games? Let us know your thoughts at MorningWood@PlayStationLifeStyle.net and tweet me @FinchStrife. We’ll see you all next week you you wake up with Morning Wood.

Source: PlayStation LifeStyle


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The Catch-Up: November 22nd, 2013 – PlayStation App Delayed in Europe; LEGO The Hobbit Video Game in 2014?
23 November 2013, 4:44 am

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With the Xbox One launch today, next-gen is now current-gen, PS3 is now last-gen, and socks are now foot-gloves!

General News

  • As an apology for all the issues with Battlefield 4, EA and DICE will be running a Double XP event for the game from November 28th through December 5th. In addition, anyone who plays Battlefield 4 multiplayer on December 5th will get a M1911 pistol scope. This special sidearm scope, previously reserved for our DICE developers, has a 3X zoom and is available for all classes in Battlefield 4. [Source]
  • PlayStation Mobile will launch in the following countries on December 18th, 2013: Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and New Zealand. [Press Release]
  • Infinity Ward has updated the Call of Duty: Ghosts playlists across all platforms by adding Hardcore Domination and forcing game chat in Infected, Search and Destroy, Hardcore Search and Rescue, and Search and Rescue. [Twitter]
  • DC Universe Online was given a new hotfix on PS4 today. [Check out the Changes]
  • Geoff  Keighley has confirmed that there will be a new trailer for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt at VGX. [Twitter]
  • If a listing in the latest issue of MCV is to be believed, Terraria will release in Europe for the PlayStation Vita on December 4th. [Via]
  • Patch 2.1 for Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, titled ‘A Realm Awoken’, will be released on December 17th. [Twitter]
  • In case you were curious, The PlayRoom for PS4 was made by Japan Studio, with Double Fine working on a game for it. We can expect DLC for The PlayRoom “soon.” [Twitter 1, 2]
  • Best Buy USA will have a buy 2, get 1 free offer on all of their used games between November 24th and November 27th. [Source]
  • According to a leaked image, LEGO The Hobbit will be coming to most systems in 2014 [Source]:
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  • The PlayStation App in Europe has been delayed from initial release today because “we’re still making some final tweaks to ensure the experience is butter-smooth.” It will now come out next week [Source]:


Would you buy a LEGO The Hobbit video game? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: PlayStation LifeStyle


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ACOG News / [PS4] Daily Reaction: PS4 and Xbox One Launch Failure
« on: November 23, 2013, 04:13:58 AM »
Daily Reaction: PS4 and Xbox One Launch Failure
23 November 2013, 2:05 am

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As the internet explodes about a number launch edition consoles failing out of the box, the Daily Reaction crew discusses what it all means and whether or not gamers should be concerned.

Dan: When the PS4 launched, reports of consoles being broken out of the gate had flooded the internet, videos of red lights and blue lights both showing how doomed Sony was from the beginning. But, as Sony have already sold well over a million units of the PS4 in a 24 hour period, are we seeing just the beginning of this generation’s RRoD? Or are we just seeing a small sample of faulty units?

Well, to start off, it is too early to say that everyone is safe and these faulty consoles are simply outliers, as even when the 360’s RRoD started out, it took time for the true situation to be realized. But, this does not mean that all of our PS4s are doomed from the start, it simply means nothing at this point – unless of course, you have an affected console.

If you look at the launch of most major electronic devices, you will instantly find countless videos of products being broken right out of the gate from Apple, Samsung, and just about every manufacturer. This is why most retailers adhere to the usual 30 day return period for defective products, as this isn’t a new issue, its just one that seems to be a bigger issue with gamers than any other demographic.

This is mainly due to the nature of gamers being more connected than the general market, therefore when issues arise, we all hear about it. Although, one of the other driving factors has to be the need for a subset of people on the internet to try and push fear and doubt into certain markets.

The biggest example of this is the rumor of the Foxconn employee who supposedly sabotaged the majority of PS4 consoles, by slipping lead into the thermal paste. This of course leads back to a post on 4Chan, where a poster claims to have used lead to ruin the PS4’s ability to dissipate heat, causing them to slowly ruin the CPU. Then, due to another video where someone was taking apart the PS4, a comment is made about the thermal paste being too hard, too early, leading people to use this as credence to the sabotage.

The reality of the situation is that, thermal paste is supposed to harden, but the amount of time it takes to do so is not definitive and it doesn’t mean it isn’t doing its job. As it is there to simply help the transmission of heat from the CPU to the heat sink for cooling, which inevitably forces the material to dry out, as with anything that becomes heated.

Also, on the list of things fanboys are throwing pitchforks for are a small percentage of consoles having a bent connector within the HDMI port of the PS4. As some owners had found out on day one, if you plugged in your cable and bent the HDMI lead, it would be permanently damaged, causing some of the errors we have been seeing. Not a great thing on Sony’s end, but still something that can be easily sidestepped by simply looking before jamming any cable in.

So, as we are now at our first week out from the PS4 launch, it is probably too early to start worrying about the lifespan of your brand new console. But, if you are seeing an issue or are just paranoid, do know that Sony does have a 1-year manufacturer’s warranty and you can always extend it with the protection plan found on PSN.

Seb: Over on Xbox One, it’s even harder to tell whether problems are widespread or a big deal, as the console is just a day old. After the 33% failure rate of the launch 360s, and repeated rumors that the One was rushed to compete with the PS4, it’s only fair that there’s a healthy suspicion surrounding the console and whether it will have any major issues.

Of course, now we’re beginning to hear about Xbox One’s breaking in the wild, and people are beginning to panic. Various different problems have been reported, but among the most common complaints are – not being able to turn on the console, not being able to go online and not being able to update.

But the one issue that seems to crop up the most by far is disc drive complaints. Forums and social networks are filled with users angry about strange sounds emitted by the drive, and the slightly more important fact that it fails to read game discs, DVDs or Blu-ray. YouTube is filled with repeated examples
of
the
broken
drive
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It is a problem. But, just as the PS4’s blue light of death apparently affects less than 1% of owners, the Xbox One’s disc drive of doom may seem like a big deal, it could be less than industry standard levels of broken electronics. The truth is this is the most socially connected console launch in history, and a million or so of each console was sold in a day, so it makes sense that a significant number of people will be vocal about a problem that may just occur at a very low rate.

We don’t know, but what we do know is that no matter how big of a deal these problems are, they will be made into a huge deal by the gaming press and internet commenters.

In reality, though, it’s not these broken consoles that we should be worried about. Early breaks are to be expected in day one consoles, and that’s why warranties exist. All the problems we’ve discussed here should be covered by either the manufacturer’s or the retailer’s warranty.

What is far more concerning is what state these consoles will be in a year or two, when the warranties expire. Unfortunately, we can’t know, and can only hope for the best.

What do you think of the issues with the launch of the PS4/XBO? Is it normal for consoles to be having these issues from the beginning? Let us know in the comments below, email us at DailyReaction@PlayStationLifeStyle.net or tweet us your error codes at Seb and Dan.

Source: PlayStation LifeStyle


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John Carmack Officially Leaves id, Comments on Oculus Rift’s Chances on PS4
22 November 2013, 10:48 pm

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Similar reports of John Carmack leaving id to serve as full-time Chief Technology Officer at Oculus VR popped up a few months ago, but it came to light how he was going to stay id, while also working at Oculus.

Clearly that didn’t work out, as id Studio Director Tim Willits said in a statement today (via GI.Biz) that Carmack has officially left the studio:

John Carmack, who has become interested in focusing on things other than game development at id, has resigned from the studio. John’s work on id Tech 5 and the technology for the current development work at id is complete, and his departure will not affect any current projects. We are fortunate to have a brilliant group of programmers at id who worked with John and will carry on id’s tradition of making great games with cutting-edge technology. As colleagues of John for many years, we wish him well.
Carmack himself addressed the news on Twitter by saying, “I wanted to remain a technical adviser for Id, but it just didn’t work out. Probably for the best, as the divided focus was challenging.”

As well, Carmack commented on the chances of seeing the Oculus Rift on PS4:

Sony would have to allow support for the sensor interface. I’m not holding my breath.
Do you ever think the Oculus Rift work with the PS4? Or will Sony’s rumored VR headset be the only option? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: PlayStation LifeStyle


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1/3 of all PlayStation Plus Subscriptions Ever Sold Through GameStop Were Done in the Last Week
22 November 2013, 9:18 pm

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Seeing as how PlayStation Plus is required for online multiplayer in most PS4 games, sales were bound to spike on November 15th when people went to buy their new systems.

In their recent investors call, GameStop President Tony Bartel revealed (via Seeking Alpha) that last week actually represented 1/3 of their total PlayStation Plus subscriptions sales to date:

We’re working very closely with Sony to make sure that we partner with them and giving them the consumer feedback and working closely to make sure that we have a great product there. But our associates, part of their training was to make sure that when people opened that product up or as people went to use it, they… had a great experience.

So what we saw is that when you look at the all of the PlayStation Plus subscriptions that we’ve sold in our lifetime as a company, and we’ve been selling them for years, the full 1/3 of all subscriptions we’ve sold in our lifetime were sold in the last 7 days at GameStop. So that shows you the strength of attach that was over 1/3 of the products went out with attach on that, and that’s growing daily as we have customers coming back into our stores on a daily basis to pick up PlayStation Plus.
If you haven’t picked up PlayStation Plus yet, or want to extend your membership by up to 2 more years, a 1 year subscription will be $29.99 on Black Friday in the United States.

When does your PlayStation Plus subscription end? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: PlayStation LifeStyle


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UK PS4 Game Download Sizes and Higher-Than-Retail PlayStation Store Prices Revealed
22 November 2013, 9:09 pm

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We may be a week away from the PlayStation 4 launching in Europe, but Sony has already put listings up for nearly every single PS4 game on the PlayStation Store, revealing their download sizes and high price tags.

Check out the list of games (via TSA) below:

  • Angry Birds Star Wars – £32.99, 1.5GB
  • Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag – £57.99, 21.7GB
  • Battlefield 4 – £62.99, 36.4GB
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts – £54.99, 31.8GB
  • Contrast – £12.79 (free for PS+ members), 2.3GB
  • FIFA 14 – £62.99, 9.9GB
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition – £52.99, 21.7GB
  • Just Dance 2014 – £42.99, 22GB
  • Killzone: Shadow Fall – £52.99, 38.2GB
  • Knack – £52.99, 34.8GB
  • LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – £52.99, 6.4GB
  • Madden NFL 25 – £62.99, 13.1GB
  • NBA Live 14 – £62.99, 9.3GB
  • Need for Speed: Rivals – £62.99, 16GB
  • Putty Squad – £13.99, 818MB
  • Resogun – £12.79 (free for PS+ members), 460MB
  • Super Motherload – £11.99, 393MB
  • Trine 2: Complete Story – £14.49, 2.6GB
  • Warframe – F2P, 4.1GB
If you’re wondering how much higher those prices are when compared to retail, the average PS4 game is selling for £45 – £48 on Amazon.co.uk.

As well, you can see the download sizes for all PS4 launch titles on the North American PlayStation Store right here.

Do you plan on downloading any of your retail PS4 games? Let us know in the comments below.

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Source: PlayStation LifeStyle


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Sony Launches First to Greatness PS4 Campaign: Become a Part of PS4 History
22 November 2013, 8:38 pm

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It took a little over a month, but Sony has finally revealed what exactly First to Greatness is, giving you the chance to become a part of PS4 history by performing fantastic feats.

By heading over to FirsttoGreatness.com, you’ll be able to see a list of 64 unique challenges from Killzone: Shadow Fall, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Knack, NBA 2K14, Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition, Contrast, Warframe, Skylanders SWAP Force, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, Blacklight: Retribution, and DC Universe Online.

What you need to do is complete those challenges in the game, capture the video of you doing that challenge using the DualShock 4′s Share button, and then upload it to Facebook. Once uploaded, sign into FirsttoGreatness.com with Facebook.

Not only will the entire world see how you were the first to complete that challenge, but Sony will also remake the ‘Perfect Day‘ video with your clips.

Once 64 ‘firsts’ are reached, a “cool new experience” will be unlocked on the site. Since we’re currently at 0 of 64 ‘firsts’, there could be a little ways to go before that happens.

Do you plan on completing any of the challenges? Let us know in the comments below.

[Via]

Source: PlayStation LifeStyle


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Twitch Archiving on PS4 “Will be Supported in the Future”
22 November 2013, 6:13 pm

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When Sony detailed livestreaming on the PS4 in their big FAQ, it was revealed how Ustream wouldn’t support archiving, and you’d only be able to do it on Twitch “by presetting via PC.” The FAQ has since been changed (the EU PS Blog one hasn’t) to read “livestreams will not be archived for further viewing on Ustream or Twitch. However, this feature will be supported in the future.”

Speaking to Joystiq about archiving, Twitch’s VP of Marketing Matthew Dipietro said:

We find archiving to be an exciting part of the broadcast experience, especially since broadcasters and their viewers love to be able to revisit and share some of their most memorable moments. It’s up to our partners to determine if it’s a feature set they want to offer as part of their Twitch integration, so we encourage them to keep this functionality top of mind.
One husband and wife combo have taken Twitch by storm by using a PS4, hosting their own talk show of sorts, called The Spartan Show.

If you want to be a popular streamer on Twitch like SpartanM, Content Director Jon Carnage posted these tips (via PS Blog):

  • Be a curator of conversations: Drive conversation with your viewers. Talk about everything and don’t just focus your conversation about the game or games in general. Talk about life, pop culture, music and everything in between.
  • Go live longer than an hour: It might sound shocking at first, but Twitch is long-form entertainment. Our broadcasters stream for hours, so find a sweet spot and before you know it you’ll be rocking a 24-hour broadcast in celebration of a new game release.
  • Find a genre: When laying the foundation for your channel, don’t feel the need to be the best at every game. However, if you are good at one genre (FPS, Platforming, Stealth…), focus on that until you get the swing for engaging between chat and gaming at the same time. It can be a challenge to be good at both, but hang in there – you’ll eventually kick off those training wheels.
  • Have a regular broadcast schedule: This way your viewers can become aware of when a broadcast will happen. You want to post this schedule everywhere you can. The more informed the community is with your shows, the more people will show up.
  • Try to have a camera and mic on: People want to see and hear you! There’s something very special about having a broadcaster looking right at the camera and talking directly to viewers, live. Plus, this will increase your viewership.
  • Engage in the Twitch Universe: Broadcasting is built around community, whether it’s your community or someone else’s, so join other channels that you share a common interest in. This will give you crossover viewership.
  • Authentic voice is essential: Go out there have fun! The more authentic your approach is, the more your viewers will connect with you.
Have you livestreamed anything from your PS4 yet? What’s your channel called? Let us know in the comments below.

[Via]

Source: PlayStation LifeStyle


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Battlefield 4 on PS4: Hotfix Issued to Eliminate Three Common Crash Issues, Patch Coming Out Next Week
22 November 2013, 5:35 pm

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Despite helping EA sell 1 in 3 PS4 games at launch, Battlefield 4 on PS4 has been suffering from “frequent crashes” ever since it came out, with other bugs, including one in Conquest mode, being reported as well.

DICE has been hard at work on fixing these issues within the game, as they issued this statement about Battlefield 4:

We have recently identified and eliminated three of the most common crash issues on PS4 in a hotfix. We will continue to investigate and eliminate stability issues as we find them.

We have a game update on PS4 in the works for the week of Nov. 25 and will be able to share details on it soon.
Once DICE releases that patch for Battlefield 4, we’ll let you know.

What has your experience been so far with Battlefield 4 on PS4? Let us know in the comments below.

[Via, Source]

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