quote: Op zaterdag 29 januari 2011 13:48 schreef BonusLevelEindBaas het volgende:[..] Als ze nu piraterij nu op 1 of andere manier tegen kunnen houden dan gaat het wel een hit worden, dan worden er vanzelf wel games voor gemaakt die de moeite waard zijn.
quote: Op vrijdag 4 februari 2011 14:29 schreef Cyberia18 het volgende:[ afbeelding ]Lovely.
quote: Op zondag 30 januari 2011 09:57 schreef lizardtattoo het volgende:Juist dan is downloaden toch totaal niet de moeite waard? Je doet dan maanden zo niet jaren met een spel. Dan kan je die toch ook wel kopen?
quote: Op vrijdag 4 februari 2011 15:26 schreef lizardtattoo het volgende:En dat probleem heb je niet als je het spel gedownload hebt? Ik snap het bezwaar van fatsoenlijk kopen als je toch bijna nooit speelt echt niet hoor.
quote:During a presentation to around 20 UK developers at its headquarters in London yesterday, Sony shared a wide range of information about its new handheld platform, revealing significant new details on launch plans, hardware specifications, networking features and more.One attendee, speaking to Eurogamer this morning under condition of anonymity, said: "NGP is a developer's dream – Sony is finally doing the things developers have been crying out for for years."
quote:Sony has not yet dated the system beyond plans to begin rollout worldwide by the end of 2011. But during yesterday's presentation, Sony listed the Wi-Fi only edition of NGP as "2011", while the Wi-Fi plus 3G version was listed as "Holiday Season 2011", implying that the 3G-enabled console would not be available day one.
quote:SCEE did not share any solid information on date or price, only adding that details would be revealed "very soon".
quote:Sony staff demoed a handful of upcoming first-party NGP titles, including Uncharted, Little Deviants and WipEout. The source said the latter was "the WipEout HD PS3 engine running on PS3 with no changes to the art platform. That means full resolution, full 60 frames per second. It looks exactly the same as it does on PS3 – all the shader effects are in there".
quote:With Sony urging developers to create releases that work across PS3 and NGP, the implications of this are significant. "They want us to do cross-platform," said the source, explaining that the submission process has been streamlined, with only a single submission required for a title on PSN and NGP.
quote:However, Sony is also insisting that it "does not want exactly the same game" on NGP and PS3 – there "has to be a reason for the NGP title". "They want at least some kind of interactivity between the two versions with NGP-only extras," the source added.
quote:"Any shaders for PS3 stuff will just work," said the source. "We won't have to rewrite. What would have taken two-to-three months before looks like it could take just one-to-two weeks now. The architecture is obviously different, but it's the same development environment."
quote: Op vrijdag 4 februari 2011 17:59 schreef sp3c het volgende:een ps3 port met npg only areas blijft een ps3 port
quote: Op vrijdag 4 februari 2011 18:42 schreef sp3c het volgende:je auto is een NGP only area!ahum ... ik werwacht toch wat meer creativiteit dan killzone met een extra map ofzo
quote: Op vrijdag 4 februari 2011 18:53 schreef sp3c het volgende:moeilijk verhaal, hij is nog wel te krijgen via een omwegals je naar www.killzone.com naar de PSP forums gaat (Nederlands of Engels iig) dan gaan de eerste 20 topics over chapter 5 geloof ik ik moet nu weg maar anders post ik vanavond of morgenochtend een linkje
quote:At a Game Developers Conference session, Sony has moved to dispel the myth that its Next Generation Portable could rival PS3 for processor performance.David Coombes, a platform research manager for Sony Computer Entertainment America, explained that although the NGP is equipped with a high-performance quad-core CPU theoretically capable of 2GHz, the clock speeds will have to be dialled down in order to preserve the PSP successor's battery life and prevent it from running too hot."Some people in the press have said wow, this thing... could be as powerful as PS3. Well, it's not going to run at 2GHz because the battery would last five minutes," he said. "And it would probably set fire to your pants."In his engineering-themed tour of the NGP's features, Coombes shed some extra light on the handheld's specifications and performance.He mentioned that the game cards - the solid state physical media on which NGP games will be available in shops - would come in 2GB and 4GB sizes.NGP games will therefore have a maximum size of 4GB. He compared this to the 9GB size of a typical PS3 game on Blu-ray, or the 10MB size of an average mobile phone game.Coombes couldn't reveal how much memory NGP will have, but stressed that it was more than enough. "I can't talk about actual numbers, but compared to PSP we have a lot of memory... we're closer to PS3 than PSP in terms of memory size."NGP will come in two versions: one with wi-fi, and one equipped with both wi-fi and 3G network connectivity. Coombes explained that only the wi-fi plus 3G version would also be equipped with GPS sensors. However, "wi-fi only can still do quite accurate positioning" thanks to Skyhook, a positioning service that works out your location by cross-referencing the wireless hotspots in range with a worldwide databse. "In urban areas, it's more accurate than GPS," he said.Location-based features would include "treasure hunts" for virtual items in the real world, Coombes said, although these won't be implemented until after launch.He revealed that NGP's front touch screen and rear touch pad could detect how hard players were pressing on them. Rather than using pressure sensors, this "analogue strength reading" would be achieved by detecting how large a surface area of the player's fingertips were pressed against the screen.Speaking of the device's beautiful 5-inch screen, Coombes boasted that with its 960x544 resolution and anti-aliasing turned on - 4xMSAA, Digital Foundry fans - "you really can't see the pixels on the screen, which is pretty nice."Also at the panel, Tsutomu Horikawa, a director from Sony Computer Entertainment International's software solution development department in Tokyo, performed an augmented reality demonstration in which the NGP visualised a giant dinosaur - the T-rex famous from the original PlayStation's first graphics demo - in the aisle of the lecture theatre.He stepped down from the stage, and craned upwards with the NGP in his hands to view the dinosaur towering above him.NGP is due to make its first apperance before the end of this year. Check out our NGP gamepage for more infor.
quote:NGP to hit Europe this year?Third party licensees insist that NGP will arrive in Europe before ChristmasForget what you've heard about Japan getting it first – third party licensees insist that NGP will arrive in Europe this year.Sources have told MCV that development deadlines have been set to ensure key Western releases are finished before the end of the summer for deployment in the autumn.Online leaks even suggest the console will launch on Friday, November 11th. This would make the hardware roll-out for the follow-up to PSP Sony’s first simultaneous global games hardware launch.When Sony first revealed the device in January boss Kaz Hirai said the launch would see NGP "begin rolling out this year".However, SCEA boss Jack Tretton moved quickly to calm those hopes saying that "it's very difficult to have the quantities to be able to launch on a worldwide basis on the same date" and that "our goal is get at least one territory out by the end of holiday 2011".