Sony are celebrating 20 years of the Playstation brand, one of the few brands that is keeping the troubled firm afloat. In this video Samuel looks back on Playstation’s history, and suggests Sony keep doing what has made it the success it is; to keep playing it safe.
Matt, Chris, Owen and Ryan return for more Sonic 2 commentary fun as Matt’s admiration for the Mega Drive classic performs a spin dash off the nearest checkerboard patterned cliff.
Ryan plays some Kirby’s Dream Land on the Kirby’s Dream Collection on the Wii as Christian, Owen, Matt and John joined him in talking about this classic Game Boy game.
Did you know in Japan, Sonic 2 was originally called Doki Doki Panic? It wasn’t, but those are the kind of interesting “facts” that you can expect from Matt, Chris, Ryan and Owen as they take a look at the classic platformer that is Sonic 2.
Samuel gets a moment with Sony to talk about the 3rd generation of their head mounted display. This wearable, wireless TV device offers glasses-free 3D content and accepts any HDMI connection, with the booth demo showing off the possiblity of pairing the device with the Sony Xperia and a Dual-Shock 3 for gaming. The display is out now in the United States for $999.
Dish Network, the biggest satellite television provider in the United States, show Samuel their upcoming Playstation app. Planned for a Q1 or Q2 release, it allows subscribers to access their Dish content via their PS3 or PS4 for an extra fee.
Samuel gets a quick look at the X0FOUR and the X0SEVEN, Turtle Beach’s new Xbox One headsets for the Xbox One, coming later in 2014. Turtle Beach also announce their licence to make PS4 headsets and briefly show their work-in-progress headsets for Sony’s new console.
Samuel revisits SMS Audio at their booth this year to show their new range of headphones and earbuds, including their $199 Star Wars branded headphones.
Re-visiting from last year, Samuel takes a look at the Piston from Xi3, the low-energy mini-PC with custom upgradable parts.
In Win gives Samuel a tour of their CES booth, which includes two premium PC bases, their gaming mouse pad and the iSeat Mini; a $20 tablet stand.