Sony Believes The Majority Of PS4 Games Can Be Played On PS5; No Word On PS1-PS3 Backwards Compatibility

The official PlayStation blog post that offered a look into the PS5’s specs has been updated. The new update attempts to clarify how the “overwhelming majority” of the 4,000+ PS4 titles will be playable on PS5. However, the blog post offers no word on PS3, PS2, and PS1 backwards compatibility. Continue reading “Sony Believes The Majority Of PS4 Games Can Be Played On PS5; No Word On PS1-PS3 Backwards Compatibility”

Kinetica Makes A Return On PS4 For $9.99 With 1080p, 60fps

An up-rendered, HD rendition of the 2001 PS2 classic from Santa Monica Studios, Kinetica, is currently available on the PlayStation 4 for $9.99 as a digital download on the PlayStation Store. Continue reading “Kinetica Makes A Return On PS4 For $9.99 With 1080p, 60fps”

The Warriors Lands On PS4 Via The PlayStation Store

Now here’s some awesome news that’s bound to get some PlayStation fans feeling upbeat: The Warriors from the PS2 has been re-released on the PlayStation 4 via the PlayStation Network. It’s great news because it’s one of the very best games ever made, period. And it’s a great way to compensate for PlayStation owners being left out in the cold with Red Dead Redemption’s backwards compatibility going live for the Xbox One. Continue reading “The Warriors Lands On PS4 Via The PlayStation Store”

Primal, PS2 Adventure Game Lands On PS4 With HD Support

SCE Stuio Cambridge’s third-person action game for the PS2 that came out way back in 2013 is now available on the PlayStation 4. Sony re-released the game on their eighth-gen console as a way to supplement the fact that the PS4 has one of the most paltry libraries of interesting games in the history of home consoles. Continue reading “Primal, PS2 Adventure Game Lands On PS4 With HD Support”