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SOEDESCO has announced the launch of its new brand identity as part of the ongoing evolution of the company. SOEDESCO has a new logo, slogan and website and has also confirmed that it is working on next-generation games for the PS5 and Xbox Series X. Today SOEDESCO stated ‘we have grown and evolved a lot over the last few years and we felt it’s time for a change. From the core of our internal values to the external message we want to convey towards our community, the new branding reflects what we stand for. Whether in real-life situations or in the virtual world; ‘it’s in your hands’. Furthermore, the slogan also refers to the literal sense of the control(ler) being in your hands’. Games For The PS5 And Xbox Series X On top of the renewed slogan, they have reimagined their logo and website, featuring a more modern design. Their…

PS5 has proven to be a hit among indie developers, according to Ian Dean, editor of the PlayStation Magazine. Dean revealed in the PlayStation Magazine (June Issue) that indie games developers love the PS5. Indie developers the magazine spoke to love what the console can do. PS5 is proving a hit with the indie devs we speak to, as they feel able to deliver incredible results on hardware that’s easy to develop for. Will PS5 bring a return to PS2-era levels of invention and stable quality? I hope so. PS5 allows indie developers to create games with incredible ease. However, at least at the beginning of the new console generation, Sony’s marketing will focus on AAA video games.  Last year, Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida discussed the marketing plan for PS5 that will put indie games at the backseat. The company plans to invest heavily in AAA games, 8K, and “serious…

One of the confirmed PS5 titles is called Quantum Error,  a horror shooter from TeamKill. It is a well-known fact that the development team is aiming to hit 4K/60FPS. Speaking with the PlayStation Magazine (June Issue), TeamKill Media President Micah Jones that aims to hit 60FPS not only on PS5 but PS4 as well. The powerful specs of the PS5 make it possible for TeamKill Media to push for 4K while maintaining 60FPS. In the interview, he shared some exciting information for PS4 users as well. Developers are targeting 60FPS on PS4 as well which is easier said than done. PS4’s hardware is 7 years old at this point and rarely video games manage to hit 60FPS on PS4. The 60FPS problem will be a thing of the past with the release of the PS5. In addition to targeting 60FPS on PS5, the title is one of the first next-gen…

Quantum Error is not only coming to PS4 but PS5 as well. The developers talked about the performance of the game and mentioned that the PS5 version will be higher resolution and should be able to hit 4K 60 FPS. The PS4 version of Quantum Error will be limited to 1080p 60 FPS. The game can be best described as a blend of Doom and Control. President of TeamKill Media Micah Jones had the following to say regarding Quantum Error on PS5: Our goal for Quantum Error is 60fps even on the PS4, and with the specs of the PS5 we believe it is achievable with pushing it to hit 4K with that framerate, Jones also talked about other aspects of the game. He talked about the journey that players are going to experiences s well as the enemies that they will encounter in the game. The following is what…

Sony Interactive Entertainment has filed a new patent that describes a system for blocking online video game spoilers. According to a patent discovered by RespawnFirst, Sony is working on a method to block users for spoiling narrative-driven video games for others online. The feature is possibly coming alongside the PlayStation 5. Sony’s spoiler blocking program will identify in-game objects such as weapons, characters, story points, and so forth, that have been seen by each player. Based on collected data, the program will prevent that player from engaging with content (e.g user-generated content, trophies, lore objects, etc.) that they would prefer to discover in the game as a matter of course. Moreover, developers can mark spoilers to hide it from the players until they discover it themselves. But the user will have control over the spoiler block feature, it can be turned off at any time. A uniform data system will…

With the next generation of consoles around the corner, I am sure that people want some new games but there are some older games that could look cool with next-generation graphics and mechanics. In this article, we are going to go over 10 games that we want to be remastered or remade for the PS5 and Xbox series X. Games We Want Remastered Or Remade For PS5 And Xbox Series X The following are the games that we want remastered or remade for the PS5 and Xbox Series X: Uncharted Golden Abyss Remake This Uncharted title was only released on the PSVita and people that have played the other games surely crave to be able to play this one as well. The PSVita did not do too well in terms of sales and there weren’t too many games to play on the handheld. I am sure that people would be…

Sony is working on technologies that sometimes make your head spin, and one wonders why? We asked “why” when the biofeedback controller patent popped up and now we are going to do the same because this new Sony technology is even more bizarre. Sony is working on a new robot technology that watches your gameplay and reacts to your emotions. It is a companion robot that is seemingly developed to help lonely gamers? And encourage them to play more games. According to the patent, data shows that when a player is being watched it boosts his/her motivation for playing the game. The patent describes the robot as a “joint viewing player.” The robot will react to your emotions. The inventor focused on the possibility of utilizing a robot as a joint viewing player who experiences sympathy with a user. For example, it is expected that the user’s affinity with the…

Sony is taking its sweet time to discuss the PlayStation 5. Details have rolled out in segments and fans are getting impatient to see the box itself. But our impatience turned into concern last week when we heard about PS5’s heating issues. Windows Central’s Dan Rubino and Jez Corden claimed that they have statements from various developers that say PS5 is overheating, and this being the prime reason why Sony hasn’t shown the console, and this also means that the console might be delayed to 2021. The rumor took the internet by storm until Kotaku’s Jason Schreier jumped into the discussion and called this rumor “nonsense.” Jason also pointed out that these people have a history of claiming how PlayStation is doomed. Now, to make matters worse for the credibility of  Dan Rubino and Jez Corden, it seems Sony will soon jump into the matter. We are hearing reports from…

Godfall is the first confirmed game that is going to run on the PS5. We have seen a few glimpses of the game but here we have some new information that you might want to know about. Godfall is inspired by Dark Souls and other games. It is also going to support ray tracing. Godfall Details You Need To Know About The following are some new details about Godfall that you need to know about: If Godfall Coming To PS4? Godfall is intended for the PS5 and is “genuinely tailored to run only on Sony’s new console” according to PS Magazine. It also mentions that at the time of writing there is no PS4 version in the works and that there is not going to be a cross-gen patch. Where To Play Godfall On PC? At launch, the game will be available on the Epic Games Store only. It is…

PS5’s new controller, Dualsense, is an aspiring content creator’s dream. With the reveal of Sony’s newly designed controller, there are a couple of notable pieces of information.  First, we do not have the share button anymore. Second, we have far more useful to create a button on the new controller. The features of this create button are a big jump forward from the old share button.  Sony wants to create its own creator’s network and allow people to be more in control of what they share, and how they do it.  Users can record gameplay, edit, and share it on multiple social media platforms as well as the PlayStation Network using the Dualsense create button. PS5 is the most creator-friendly PlayStation ever created. For the buttons, you’ll notice there is no longer a “Share” button as we had with DualShock 4. Don’t worry – it’s not going away. In fact,…