PlayStation 4 Chat III: You've Never Seen Chat Like It

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PostRe: PlayStation 4 Chat III: You've Never Seen Chat Like It
by Jenuall » Thu Nov 07, 2019 1:09 pm

Yeah I always think of Ground Zeroes as the Tanker to Phantom Pains Big Shell. It's a smaller and tighter experience but makes use of most of the same mechanics.

Some locations in MGSV make use of similar traits as the base in Ground Zeroes but nothing ever quite reaches the same heights IMO.

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PostRe: PlayStation 4 Chat III: You've Never Seen Chat Like It
by Tomous » Thu Nov 07, 2019 9:24 pm

Ah that settles it then, because the tanker in MG2 was brilliant and easily the best part of the game.

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PostRe: PlayStation 4 Chat III: You've Never Seen Chat Like It
by gamerforever » Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:33 am

Nioh is actually pretty damn good. The start is not as hard as the demo I had played previously and it is like a slighly more stylish and faster paced dark souls. The graphics are decent, but not amazing and I prefer to play in high resolution mode to see the full benefits on a 4K screen. I saw that the shadow movements on Nioh 2 Beta were immediately static when 60fps mode was enabled!

Good atmosphere and I hope that I stick with it. I do hope there is the ability to summon online help when I am eventually stuck...

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PostRe: PlayStation 4 Chat III: You've Never Seen Chat Like It
by Tomous » Wed Nov 13, 2019 5:49 pm

PsychicSykes wrote:
Tomous wrote:That's annoying. It's quite hard to acquire by itself, seems like it'll cost me around £15 whatever I do and I understand it's only an hour or two long?

It's got a few scenarios on the same map which change things up and add some replay value.

I'm not sure if it's applicable but if you've had your PS4 a while and you're the kind of person who adds every PS+ title, you might already own a copy. If not and you're not in any rush, it's usually £3.29 in the sales on the PS Store and I imagine they'll have one for Black Friday in a few weeks.



Sure enough, the definitive edition is £5.79 on the PS Store at the moment, so I'll probably pick that up.

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PostRe: PlayStation 4 Chat III: You've Never Seen Chat Like It
by Monkey Man » Wed Nov 20, 2019 10:44 am

Tokyo, Japan - Sony Corporation ("Sony") today announced the establishment of Sony AI. This new organization, with offices globally in Japan, Europe, and the United States, will advance fundamental research and development of AI (artificial intelligence).

Sony's Purpose is to "Fill the world with emotion, through the power of creativity and technology." Recognizing that AI will play a vital role in the fulfillment of this Purpose, Sony AI is being established with the mission to "unleash human imagination and creativity with AI.

Sony AI will combine world class fundamental research and development with Sony's unique technical assets, especially in Imaging & Sensing Solutions, Robotics and Entertainment (Games, Music and Movies), driving transformation across all existing business domains and contributing to the creation of new business domains. In addition, one of Sony AI's long-term goals is to contribute to the resolution of shared global issues extending beyond Sony's business domains.

Sony AI will drive the research and development of AI in both physical and virtual space through multiple world-class flagship projects as well as other explorative research projects, including AI ethics.

Initially, Sony AI will launch three flagship projects in the areas of gaming, imaging & sensing, and gastronomy. The adoption of new AI technologies developed through these flagship projects will be critical to further enhancing the value of Sony's gaming and sensor businesses in coming years. This research will be pursued in close collaboration with the relevant Sony Group business units

In order to drive these projects and achieve truly innovative research, Sony is eager to work with top global AI talent with an aim to attract world-class AI researchers and engineers. Sony believes that extraordinary innovation requires diversity of both talent and approaches, and this will be reflected in the composition and operation of Sony AI. Recognizing the power and influence of AI technologies, Sony AI will contribute to society through the development of AI that is fair, transparent, and accountable.

Sony AI will be headed globally by Hiroaki Kitano (President and CEO, Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inc.; Corporate Executive, Sony Corporation), and the American site will be headed by Peter Stone.

https://www.sony.net/SonyInfo/News/Pres ... 1/19-118E/

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PostRe: PlayStation 4 Chat III: You've Never Seen Chat Like It
by ITSMILNER » Wed Nov 20, 2019 9:53 pm

Do we know when the PS store starts the Black Friday sales?

Long Live Switch Squad!

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