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WorldofWarships for Playstation?

Should all Wargaming.net games be for Playstation systems?  

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  1. 1. Should all Wargaming.net games be for Playstation systems?

    • Yes.Playstation.
    • No.Playstation.
  2. 2. Should it be for Playstation Virtual.


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I think all or any game on a Playstation system would be great. Mostly because of this. (look at video)

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They might be considering it if it is popular enough. Just like Oculus Rift.

 

and, personally i don't really care about consoles lol

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They might be considering it if it is popular enough. Just like Oculus Rift.

 

and, personally i don't really care about consoles lol

 

Lot cheaper estimate 200 to 300 $American

Also It's was literaly impossible you watched that video.

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Lot cheaper estimate 200 to 300 $American

Also It's was literaly impossible you watched that video.

Not on PC=I don't care

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WG is under contract with MS. Any Sony product is off the table by default.

 

Check your licensees before suggesting or requesting things, they run the world and crush dreams daily.

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WG is under contract with MS. Any Sony product is off the table by default.

 

Check your licensees before suggesting or requesting things, they run the world and crush dreams daily.

 

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All hail the PC.

We bow before the grand PCs

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WG is under contract with MS. Any Sony product is off the table by default.

 

Check your licensees before suggesting or requesting things, they run the world and crush dreams daily.

Ahem, I don't remember reading they have an exclusivity agreement with Microsoft, and even if they had one they could always revert their choice at some point, it happened several times in the industry.

 

Also, I don't really understand why you guys had to give 4 negative votes to OP's legit question/opinion.

 

EDIT:

The question about the playstation release was asked just recently here.

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Consoles are weaker then PCs and some PCs are having problems running WoWP and WoT so I dont believe that WoWS would be any different. 

You might be able to get Xbox WoT style thing but really is it what you really want? Maybe WG will make it work maybe not we will see. 

+1 for the cool video and to counter the pointless neg reps.

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WG is under contract with MS. Any Sony product is off the table by default.

 

Check your licensees before suggesting or requesting things, they run the world and crush dreams daily.

 

I didn't know WG was tied to MS but whether WoWS or WoWP are put on consoles eventually is really a factor of how well the WoT 360 edition does. If it does well over time WG will likely do the same for the newer games.

 

 

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Play for free on PC.....or pay for playstation network...

 

Which ones more budget friendly?

not sure what your getting at PlayStation network is free.  the Xbox network is the one you have to pay for.

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not sure what your getting at PlayStation network is free.  the Xbox network is the one you have to pay for.

In almost all cases, a PlayStation Plus account is needed to play online multiplayer on the PS4™

"Sony Playstation website"

 

You need to pay for play station plus just like you would xbox live. PS3's server will eventually be shut down, and therefor is irrelevant. http://www.macmall.com/p/Sony-Game-Controllers/product~DPNo~9801354~pdp.iebhadd?source=mwbgoogleshop&gclid=CLDpsuDQkL4CFYY7Mgod6FkAPQ theres a link to a place that sells the cards for it.

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Play for free on PC.....or pay for playstation network...

 

Which ones more budget friendly?

Well, if it's not laggy as WoT EU maybe some could even consider to pay for it... Anyway this is a thing, as hilarious as "PLAY FOR FREE with Xbox LIVE Gold" may sound.

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Play for free on PC.....or pay for playstation network...

 

Which ones more budget friendly?

playstation network is free....

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In almost all cases, a PlayStation Plus account is needed to play online multiplayer on the PS4™

"Sony Playstation website"

 

You need to pay for play station plus just like you would xbox live. PS3's server will eventually be shut down, and therefor is irrelevant. http://www.macmall.com/p/Sony-Game-Controllers/product~DPNo~9801354~pdp.iebhadd?source=mwbgoogleshop&gclid=CLDpsuDQkL4CFYY7Mgod6FkAPQ theres a link to a place that sells the cards for it.

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Not really:

"Free-to-play games are exempt from this requirement and can be played online with no PS Plus subscription. Examples of games that fall into this category are: Blacklight Retribution, DC Universe Online, and War Frame."

It was just some lines below that statement you quoted...

 

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Not really:

"Free-to-play games are exempt from this requirement and can be played online with no PS Plus subscription. Examples of games that fall into this category are: Blacklight Retribution, DC Universe Online, and War Frame."

It was just some lines below that statement you quoted...

 

I guess this falls into that category.

 

However they're still under a microsoft licence, so if it were to happen we would have to wait until that licence expires.

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playstation network is free....

Playstation network is free

 

PLaystation plus is not.

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But it appears that if it were available playstation plus wouldn't be needed.

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Ahem, I don't remember reading they have an exclusivity agreement with Microsoft, and even if they had one they could always revert their choice at some point, it happened several times in the industry.

 

Also, I don't really understand why you guys had to give 4 negative votes to OP's legit question/opinion.

 

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The question about the playstation release was asked just recently here.

This is true so.........HA!! ForcestormX (Not to be taken in a very mean way it`s all in good fun.)

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Here is a official review from the Sony Playstation blog.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Project Morpheus is PlayStation’s prototype virtual reality system for PS4, announced earlier this week at GDC. Despite its pre-release status, Morpheus is a sleek, eye-catching piece of hardware that feels surprisingly comfy once strapped to your cranium.

 

This is partly due to a clever design that distributes most of the unit’s weight to the top of your head, not the bridge of your nose or other delicate pressure points. Properly seated, the unit sits snugly over your eyes but rests comfortably on your face. You peer through two separate lenses, which resolves into one immersive, high definition image that provides a convincing sense of depth.

 

I tried out two demos: EVE Valkyrie, a fast-paced arcade-style dogfighting simulation set in outer space, and The Deep, a face-to-face encounter with a prowling great white shark. Each of these demos was radically different, expressing radically different approaches to virtual reality gaming.

 

Of the two demos, EVE Valkyrie’s sci-fi dogfighting left the biggest impression. The actual gameplay was dead simple thanks to its DualShock 4 controls, with the left analog stick controlling the thrust of my ship, R2 firing lasers and L2 deploying lock-on missiles.

 

The game was a blast, but the 360 navigational freedom and sense of immersion provided by Morpheus took EVE Valkyrie into a completely different place. Several times, I craned my neck to watch an enemy ship zoom past my shoulder. Other times, I peered up through the top of my cockpit to watch the battle unfold above me.

 

Then came the real mind-blower: I looked down and saw my own virtual body seated in the cockpit with my hands clutching the flight controls. During moments like this, I briefly felt like I was actually somewhere else — an effect of “presence,” a term that describes successful VR’s ability to trick the mind and fully immerse the player in his or her virtual surroundings.

 

Then I played The Deep, a visually striking descent into shark-infested waters. Though safely enclosed in a shark cage, it didn’t take long for a giant great white shark to begin circling me menacingly. Armed with a puny flare gun, I tried feebly to fend off its advances while my mission commander shrieked in my ear.

 

Project Morpheus is also capable of interacting with a variety of peripherals including PlayStation Camera, used to track DualShock 4’s lightbar in The Deep demo for aiming the flare gun. It also supports the PlayStation Move motion controller, which was demonstrated in The Castle demo for manipulating medieval weapons like crossbows and swords.

 

All told, my first brief experiences with Project Morpheus were promising. Judging by this prototype design, the hardware is finally catching up to the dream of honest-to-God virtual reality. Now it’s up to developers to come up with experiences that will maximize the potential of this fascinating and game-changing technology.

 

 

 

 

 

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Imagine looking in the seat on your AA gun waiting for a plane to come. You here a whining behind you..You know it begins now.  Then you see it in the 1080P HD display a Japaneese plane coming toward you you adjust your head to see the sights you center on the planes projected path and you ease your finger on the R1 button and... Boom flank comes out of the gun and similtaniosly your DualShock4 Controller vibrates at maximum.

 

You see the cruiser far away but in the destroyers main gun range you pull the R1 button and....An HD explosion with all its glory happens in your eyes no screen rim or small tv just full in your eye. Not to mention DualShock4 vibrating controller and dual speakers in your ears creating surround sound. Full imersion in the cockpit, on the main gun, AA gun, or any where.

 

This is the future.....the near future..... cheap enough for the everyday gamer to have and it only can come from Playstation Virtual.

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Imagine looking in the seat on your AA gun waiting for a plane to come. You here a whining behind you..You know it begins now.  Then you see it in the 1080P HD display a Japaneese plane coming toward you you adjust your head to see the sights you center on the planes projected path and you ease your finger on the R1 button and... Boom flank comes out of the gun and similtaniosly your DualShock4 Controller vibrates at maximum.

 

You see the cruiser far away but in the destroyers main gun range you pull the R1 button and....An HD explosion with all its glory happens in your eyes no screen rim or small tv just full in your eye. Not to mention DualShock4 vibrating controller and dual speakers in your ears creating surround sound. Full imersion in the cockpit, on the main gun, AA gun, or any where.

 

This is the future.....the near future..... cheap enough for the everyday gamer to have and it only can come from Playstation Virtual.

That would be interesting,but I'm pretty sure WoWs doesn't allow you to directly control individual AA guns. 

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Yes pls, im very happy when it is on ps4. my dad's gonna buy me a ps4 when he gets back from texas

 

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