PlayStation 5 Will Apparently Support Plex at Launch

Next-gen gaming is understandably the main selling point of the PlayStation 5, but that’s not all the new console will have to offer when it launches next month. Sony has confirmed that the PS5 will support multiple streaming apps at launch, and now one can add Plex to that list.

While the likes of Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video have been dominating the busy streaming market, Plex has managed to carve a niche for itself by offering more than just streaming. In addition to a wide selection of movies, TV shows, web shows, and live channels, the service doubles as a media hub, allowing users to organize their personal photos, music, and movies and access them from multiple devices.

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Why is the Sony PlayStation PS3 so hard to emulate ? | MVG

The recent announcement from Sony that the PS5 wont be backward compatible with PS3 games confused many people. Surely the Zen2 architecture is powerful enough to emulate a PS3 when a mid spec PC has been doing it for years. In this episode we take a look at the complexities of emulating a PlayStation 3 and why its unlikely Sony will consider it for the PlayStation 5

PlayStation 5 Struggles With 4K Gaming. Will Have ‘Fake 4K’ Games

Industry Insider ‘Dusk Golem’ has recently reported that Capcom is having trouble getting Resident Evil VIII to run stable on the PS5 (Even at 1080p 60 FPS). He also stated the console will be more expensive than Microsoft’s upcoming Xbox Series X and will have inferior hardware performance. Subscribe to ReviewTechUSA.

After 20 years PlayStation 2 can play burned DVD’s without a modchip | MVG

FreeDVDExploit is a new hack for the Sony PlayStation 2 that has been discovered by Security Researcher CTurt – it allows the user to boot homebrew games on an unmodded PS2 console via DVD Player exploits. In this episode we take a closer look at how it works and what I think I means for the future of homebrew on the PS2.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2 Remake Announced for PS4, Xbox One, PC

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater is back, as Activision has announced Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2, a compilation remake of the first two THPS games developed by Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy studio Vicarious Visions, which has a long history with the series.THPS 1 and 2 will be released for PS4, Xbox One, and PC via the Epic Game Store on September 4, 2020, with preorders offering fans early access to a demo of the iconic Warehouse level. The game is a remake compiling the first two games in the beloved THPS franchise, including all levels (even the secret ones), and IGN spoke with Vicarious Visions studio head Jen Oneal to learn more about what’s new and returning to THPS 1 and 2.

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