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Rumores van y rumores vienen. Se dice que ya hay dev kits de la nueva consola que va a representar a Sony en la siguiente generación de videojuegos. A continuación info (ojo esto debe ser considerado rumor):

 

Developers are currently taking receipt of a new PlayStation 4 dev kit, VG247 has been told today, with a final version slated to appear in January. Yes, it’ll have Blu-ray. No, it isn’t being made in Japan.

 

Multiple sources have confirmed to VG247 today that a new version of the Orbis kit is now shipping to developers, and that it’s housed in a normal PC case.

 

There are to be four versions of the dev kit, we were told. A previous version was essentially just a graphics card. The version shipping now is a “modified PC,” and the third version, appearing in January, will be close to final spec. A final version will be delivered to developers “next summer”.

Some US developers attended a “disclosure meeting” at Sony’s offices this week, with a further meeting to take place in the coming weeks. The purpose of the meeting is for Sony to tell studios what the machine is designed to do, to detail hardware and to show a set of presentations.

Our source told us that Sony is only calling the machine Orbis, and is not using the words “PlayStation 4″ in these meetings at all.

Orbis, we were told today, is based on the AMD’s A10 APU series. An APU (Accelerated Processing Unit) is a combined CPU and GPU.

PS4′s APU was described today as a “derivative” of existing A10 hardware. The hardware is “based on A10 system and base platform”.

The “ultimate goal” for the hardware, we were told, is for it to be able to run 1080p60 games in 3D with “no problem,” to create a machine that’s powerful enough for “today and tomorrow’s market”.

The dev kits have “either 8Gb or 16Gb of RAM. Deduce from that what you will.”

The hardware is not being made in Japan, it was said.

When asked if PS4 will have an optical drive, specifically Blu-ray, our source responded: “Of course it has.” We’ve been told the hard drive will be 256Gb “as standard,” but it’s not clear if it’ll be a normal HDD or a solid state drive.

We were told that Sony’s aim with Orbis is to avoid problems involved in launching PS3 by creating something “very affordable” but that “isn’t a slouch”.

The machine has WiFi and Ethernet connectivity and HDMI out. Our source said the was “no difference” between PlayStation 3 and Orbis input/output.

The UI, however, has been revamped. It was said today that players will now be able to press the PS button mid-game and travel “anywhere” on the system. An example given was buying DLC from the PS Store mid-game then seamlessly returning to play.

“They’re trying to make it as fluid as possible,” our source said.

We were also told that the machine will be designed to accept system and product updates in the background, and that it’ll “always be in standby mode”. When you set the console up, we were told, you’ll be asked if you want to allow background downloads. You can, of course, disallow them.

No details have been given on the pad as yet. Confirmation is expected this month.

Orbis is expected to be announced at an event “just before E3″ next year.

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Interesante,   puta 16 GB de RAM...

PUNK ROCK!!! Y  EL DEPORTIVO SAPRISSA DE COSTA RICA!!

 

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Y yo apenas terminando de ahorrar para el PS3

Your friendship is a fog that disappears when the wind redirects

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Siempre en esto de las generaciones voy una detras .. alla por el 2007 cuando el boom era el PS3 ,consegui mi PS2 y ahora que el PS4 esta por salir no he podido conseguir mi PS3

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Sigo aprendiendo que el caos mata - En esas respuestas de medianoche

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Un monton de info nueva:

 

 

The PlayStation 4 Has A New Controller, Fancy User Accounts And Impressive Specs (So Far) Last March, we gave you an early look at how the PlayStation 4—code-named Orbis—was shaping up. Nearly a year later, we're about to bring you a clearer, more timely update, including new technical specs and information on an upgrade to Sony's traditional controller design. The information you're about to read comes from official Orbis documentation, a hive of more than 90 PDFs about the forthcoming console. The details of the files were shared with Kotaku by an individual known as SuperDae, the same person who last year attempted to sell a pair of next-gen Xbox development kits on eBay.

What follows won't tell you when the PS4/Orbis is coming out or even what it's destined to be called. Our best sources are mixed on whether the new Sony console will be out late this year, to match the expected launch of the next-generation Xbox, or whether Sony will wait until 2014. What you will learn about below are some of the guts of the console (as they stand for now, at least) and how it works. Some of those details were familiar, matching things we'd heard before; others were new and refreshingly specific.

 

SPECS

We'll begin with the specs. And before we go any further, know that these are current specs for a PS4 development kit, not the final retail console itself. So while the general gist of the things you see here may be similar to what makes it into the actual commercial hardware, there's every chance some—if not all of it—changes, if only slightly.

That being the case, here's what we know is inside PS4 development kits—model # DVKT-KS000K—as of January 2013. As you'll see, some things have changed since earlier kits became available in March 2012.

System Memory: 8GB Video Memory: 2.2 GB CPU: 4x Dual-Core AMD64 "Bulldozer" (so, 8x cores) GPU: AMD R10xx Ports: 4x USB 3.0, 2x Ethernet Drive: Blu-Ray HDD: 160GB Audio Output: HDMI & Optical, 2.0, 5.1 & 7.1 channels If you think the HDD is small, remember, these are the specs for a machine that developers are using to make games on, not the console you'll own and be storing media on. And don't worry about having two ethernet ports; as this is a dev kit, one is there for local sharing/testing purposes.

Interestingly, while some of these specs (such as the 8x core CPU) match with those reported by Digital Foundry only a few days ago, others like the RAM (DF reported 4GB of GDDR5, while we've heard 8GB) differ.

We've learned there's a headphone jack on the front of the console, but it's unclear whether that's just for dev kits or is an intended feature of the final retail console.

 

CONTROLLER

Ever since the release of the original PlayStation, Sony has maintained roughly the same basic controller design. This trend may be continuing with the PS4, because we've learned that developers are working with—and dev kits support—both the Sixaxis and DualShock 3 controller. This suggests that, for the most part, the design and capabilities of the PS4's controller will be similar to those on the PS3. The documentation also shows a Move controller, suggesting Sony's Wii-style motion wand will work with the new console.

There is a new controller in development for the PS4, though, known internally as the Orbis Development Tool, and while it keeps many of the same features as the current pads—like the four iconic PlayStation face buttons, two thumbsticks and shoulder triggers—there's one key addition.

The PS4's controller will again be capable of motion-sensing, like its PS3 predecessors, only now with improved technology like tilt correction. It will also feature vibration, which Sony has thankfully learned is a next-gen feature you need to launch with. It'll also have an RGB LED light in it.

While there have been reports of the PS4 controller featuring "biometric" technology, there was no mention of it in the information we were provided.

There's one other addition to the PS4's pad you won't find on a DualShock 3: a "Share" button. We're not exactly sure what it does. The most likely use would be to allow users to share some aspect of their gaming experience to Twitter or Facebook. Maybe a screenshot? We have no idea. But that Share button might have something to do with...

ACCOUNTS

 

Sony is trying to change the way you think about user accounts with the PS4. As it stands now, and this applies to all current consoles the PS3 (and the Wii U), when you log in, you log in as a single user. With Orbis, Sony is moving the place of "ownership" away from the console, with something it calls "multi-user simultaneous logins."

Which means that the PS4 will let more than one person be logged into the same system at the same time. It achieves this by linking control pads to user accounts; as each new controller syncs with the system, that player's account can be logged in as well. Accounts won't be "locked" to a controller; you'll simply be prompted to sign in to an account every time an extra pad is connected to the console.

One application we learned about for this feature would be that, were four players in a co-op battle able to defeat a boss, then all four would receive trophies.

We only learned of this feature in relation to local accounts stored on the console itself. It's unclear whether you'd also be able to do this via the PlayStation Network if you were playing online.

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That's it for now. Remember, none of this information is confirmed, and even the information that is locked down in January 2013 may change before the console's eventual release, which is likely not for at least another nine months, at minimum. This is just what we've been told Sony is working on and planning for as of today. That being the case, how do you think it's shaping up?

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MAES MAES MAES:

20 de febrero! ¿Qué creen? ¿Anuncio de PS4? Como sea, apunten la fecha.

 female banana

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Me gano Pitu, venia a poner lo mismo! 

Yo espero que si sea el PS4, no hay de otra! Si no, seria la mayor broma del mundo Crying or Very sad

 

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Es eso o la renovación del OS, espero sea PS4!

We are one! NEMESIS! PSN Gamercards

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No puedo ver el video, pero no es lo de Destination Play Station en Texas (o una vara asi)?. A mi me llego una invitacion para reservar campo (a todo mundo que quiera ir le llega) pero bueno, yo no puedo Sad.  Seria logico pues crear espectativas para el E3, pero como le decia a Pitu, a mi honestamente no me hace falta el PS4 siento que al PS3 aun le tengo que sacar mucho jugo, asi que si lo anuncian, pues bonito, pero si no, honestamente no me molestaria.

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Incubus, yo de hecho probablemente no me compre el PS4 si sale este año, pero igual me emociona en puta ver qué nos traerá Sony para la próxima generación. Es emocionante por su propia naturaleza, aunque no lo compre de una. Very Happy

No me enojaré con Sony si la vara resulta ser otra cosa, pero sí sería muy chiva empezar a ver detalles del PS4 desde ya.

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Yo pensaría que un anuncio más definitivo con caracteristicas completas y fecha de salida es más racional hacerlo en el E3, si sacan algo el 20/2 sería poco, como decir: "Sí, estamos trabajando en la sucesora de la PS3 y va a ser algo enorme, etc, etc... más info pronto, o esperen el E3..."

Ahora, si sacan otra consola, espero que traiga o hayan mejorado la retrocompatibilidad con las consolas anteriores, así cuando tenga plata podré jugar todos los juegos de ps2 y ps3 que no he jugado por falta de plata laugh

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si le cambian la arquitectura, del Cell Processor del actual PS3, a arquitectura AMD, dudosamente va a ser retrocompatible con PS3.

a la grande le puse Cuca... Plan Dental... Lisa necesita frenos...

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Eso venia a poner:

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Impresionante vamos a ver con q nos salen se ve prometedor

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBR4YZgTmFA

Si tienen el tiempo de ver este video! Esta tuanis la manera de como sacan tantas deducciones y opiniones, solo ante la posibilidad de la proxima generacion. 

 

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bueno en mi caso lo que va inclinar la balanza entre si me voy de jupa en el lanzamiento o espero para comprarlo seria por el o los juegos de del lanzamiento, un final fantasy o algo asi me haria irme de jupa, ya que tambien espero conservar el ps3, mientras van sacando mas y mejores juegos, pero solo por algun juego asi que en verdad me llame la atencion lo compraria.

 

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De hecho andan los rumores, segun lo que lei en IGN, de que el bendito Final Fantasy XIII Versus va a terminar siendo un next gen con otro nombre. Y ya se habla de Final Fantasy XV y XVI, incluso la base del rumor apunta que el XV podria tener cierto tipo de exclusividad.

http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/02/05/final-fantasy-versus-xiii-possibl...

... from now on, call me Big Boss!!!

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Si sale FFXIII Versus para la next gen :sobo:

 

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Un aparente prototipo del control de un devkit

 

http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/02/14/is-this-playstation-4s-controller

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No me gusta el D-pad. Debieron quedarse con el D-pad del Dualshock original que es riquisimo para fighters y pues habria que ver para que es el touchpad del centro. Espero que sea para algo realmente de utilidad

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Eso es un prototipo no es la versión final, por aquello.

We are one! NEMESIS! PSN Gamercards

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Que bonito que bonito @Incubus

 

PD. Al parecer no se como etiquetar a los usuarios! Alguien que me explique laugh

 

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Me gusta ese prototipo, @Sirius para etiquetar es asi: @ [ usuario ] sin los espacios

Your friendship is a fog that disappears when the wind redirects

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Ojala y si sea el anuncio del PS4 para ver que va hacer Microsoft, no creo que duren mucho antes de anunciar el nuevo xbox.

 

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Que miedo ese control, parece un radio de los 80. No creo que sea ni necesario hacerle mejoras al ps3 dualshock,

 

DONT FIX IT.

Let the world fear us all, it's just mean to an end.

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Está increible siempre dije que ese Start y Select estban mal acomodados, ahora se le da más dinamismo a las partidas!

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Bueno, rumores van, rumores vienen, he leído en varias fuentes muy confiables, que el precio de la PS4 rondaria no mas de $400, Claro aqui en CR lo van a poner como en 700 mil al principio ... laugh

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Venia a poner lo mismo:

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Report:  Asahi, a well-known newspaper in Japan, revealed the  PS4  will cost  40,000 yen (Converting that to US and Euro,  about $428  and 317 Euros) The newspaper claim the PS4 will launch around that price this year.

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The publication  previous confirmed  the PS4 will launch with a new controller design by the end of the year in Japan and in the US.  while the  European  territories will have it in early 2014.

Mean while you can visit our  PS4 category to view all the coverage

This is only speculation for now.

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http://playstationgang.com/playstation-4-price-revealed/

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y en donde se puede ver esto en vivo mañana?

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