Playstation 4 Features its Graphics

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Playstation is a series of video game consoles popularized and develop by Sony computer entertainment. They have developed fifth to eight generation consoles from the day it was officially introduced on December 3, 1994 in Japan. Today, the playstation has a variety of consoles that ranges from home consoles, a media centre, two handhelds, and even a phone.

Just recently, sony has just introduced a new flagship of playstation gaming consoles that features its touch-friendly new dual-shock remote play (for ps vita). The installed version of dualshock, the DualShock 4, has a wii-esque system that can detect a player’s movements just like when using and playing the wii console. With the new and yet to be announced playstation 4, there have been recent announcements with regards to the features that gamers are expecting to experience with the new version of the console.

Aside from its new DualShock controller that can detect the player’s movements while playing, Sony also features it’s all new, improved and incredible visuals. As playstation 4 graphics comparison have been made with various other gaming consoles, they boast the use of new generation visuals and graphics, as expected, which they have crammed into the new console’s processing power. With new pc-like architecture, x86 cpu, enhanced psgpu, unreal engine 4and 8gb of unified memory, it puts great attention to detail in every frame of video and play.

Despite the fact that no announcements on its expected release date or price have yet been presented, Sony has only declared its new partnership with the very popular game developer, Blizzard, to bring Diablo III to the Sony’s playstation 3 and 4 consoles. Will a new debate of ps4 vs pc arise?

 

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