Mike Murphy

Digital Video Producer, YouTube/Twitch Personality, Web Journalist, Sports Fan & Lover of Many Things

Tag Archives: Next-Gen

Co-Op Node PlayStation 4 Special

This past Friday, I hosted a seven-hour long livestream focused on the brand-new PlayStation 4 as a special edition of GamerNode’s Co-Op Node, which I regularly host every Tuesday night from 7-10 PM EST. During this stream, I played some Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Resogun, and FIFA 14 in addition to showing off the console’s interface and software.

Following the stream, I made sure to archive this first of what will surely be several PlayStation 4-centered episodes of Co-Op Node. You can find it, split into two parts, through the links below.

Enjoy!

Part 1 (Hours 1-5)

Part 2 (Hours 5-7)

Microsoft clarifies the role of used games and sharing on Xbox One

“With its E3 press conference just four days away, Microsoft made sure today to clear up as much confusion over the Xbox One’s approach towards used games and the sharing of games before any representative ever stepped on stage at The Galen Center.”

Link: http://www.gamernode.com/microsoft-clarifies-the-role-of-used-games-and-sharing-on-xbox-one/

Naughty Dog to keep Uncharted, Last of Us engine for next-gen

“Unlike the transition from the PlayStation 2 to PlayStation 3, Naughty Dog will not be rolling out a brand-new engine for its games on the PlayStation 4. The developer has chosen to instead continue to use the engine that it has built The Last of Us and the Uncharted series on.”

Link: http://www.gamernode.com/naughty-dog-to-keep-uncharted-last-of-us-engine-for-next-gen/

‘No way’ Xbox One wasn’t going to support indies, says Mattrick

“Xbox head Don Mattrick has attempted to dispel one of the many rumors circulating about Microsoft’s next-gen device since its official reveal last week: that Xbox One wouldn’t allow indies to self-publish.”

Link: http://www.gamernode.com/no-way-xbox-one-wasnt-going-to-support-indies-says-mattrick/

Xbox Reveal — Next-Gen Xbox, Xbox One, liveblog

The new Xbox is titled, shockingly, Xbox One. Revealed during today’s Xbox Reveal event at the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Washington.

Xbox One will be an all-in-one entertainment device. Using the new Kinect 2.0 voice commands, users can make a simple statement such as “Xbox TV” to watch television straight from the Xbox One. This will also work with the Internet, music, and more.”

Link: http://www.gamernode.com/xbox-reveal-next-gen-xbox-xbox-one-liveblog/