Nate, Chloe, and Nadine shine in this week’s highlights.
Last week, we asked you to dive into the adventures and treasures of Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection using #PSshare #PSBlog. From daring jumps to powerful portraits, here are this week’s highlights:
Matatabigame777 shares Nathan taking a daring leap.
IlyaKorenevskyi shares Chloe and Nadine crossing an overgrown structure.
killshot_studio shares Nate standing atop the famous jeep from Uncharted 4.
RevolutionAndre shares a portrait of Nadine.
J_Bologna shares a sunset view over the shipwreck.
kimchitraveler shares the unforgettable elephants from Uncharted: Lost Legacy.
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THEME: Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection – Landscapes
SUBMIT BY: 11:59 PM PT on February 9, 2022
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Well, the main goal of PS games on PC should be to entice PC players to own a PS console and bring them into the ecosystem to buy more games and services.
Congratulations for the release.
Hopefully more PC players will get in on the hype.
Don’t get rid of the idea of the PS console. Please
One thing PlayStation needs to do right now is make a deal with Google and Stadia.
Their technology is extremely impressive for Cloud gaming and right now they are looking to sell and get out of the gaming streaming business.
I don’t want PS to spend too much, right now Capcom and Bungie (from what I’ve heard in an article) are renting their servers for their games online.
Idk if you should make a big purchase now if you plan on acquiring studios, I’d offer some form of rent-to-own deal that overtime you will buy, it’s not like you don’t have the money tbh.
Rent to own may cost a little bit more than an outright buy over time, but you’ll be able to gage people’s interest, the peek time at new releases, chart it’s growth potential and see just how much of that technology (in % of the servers) would you really need and other companies like Microsoft could buy a portion of the rest.
If you need all of it, then so be it.
This will be a partnership contract and in time you will buy the technology from Google. Also, it is 10 Teraflops, the same power as a PS5, just saying, yes the CPU and GPU are not on the same chip like the PS5 but I think it will be able to support it’s games.
This should coincide with the relaunch of PS+ Project Spartacus who will give a much needed tremendous boost to your PS+ Ultra High tier service. Along with offering your own game library of PS+ titles, the ultimate tier will grant you access you All of your Digitally Purchased Games, PS3, PS4, PS5, PSP and PS Vita TV games.
Yes. That would be huge. It wouldn’t be a “Day 1” first party games reveal, but I feel like you could release some Multi-player Games Day 1 on your revamp PS+ service because A- you want the maximum amount of players to play your game, B- Bungie will show you their way to monetize these type of games and C- PS+ is about the Multi-player experience anyway, but releasing a hard copy in store just brings it value more than a Free to Play game like Halo Infinite which some people are already tired of.
I mean you had to place All Stars Battle Royale on PS+ anyway and that game didn’t feel complete at all and Fortnite looking characters is not what hard-core PS studios fans are really looking for.
Bungie will tell you, your game initially needs “strong” legs if you want to run a marathon. Cat ears in Halo is weird. Don’t be weird, items need to fit with the game.
Love the pics! Uncharted 4 has to be my favorite ps exclusive game ever! One of the best single player campaigns I’ve played
Uncharted 2 & 4 are the best in the franchise.
Uncharted 3 belongs in the bin. That game was rushed and forgettable.
I hope Pc players have a good time with thus collection. Uncharted 4 is the best though.
I was never that much into photo modes and all, but recently I started doing it more.