How many people are going to activate their PS4s on hotel networks that require browser authentication? I mention it in hopes that the next time Sony issues a mandatory this-before-you-can-do-that patch, the company gives its browser functional leverage, and to note that these devices, however refined, still have their blind spots.
Think of this as a continuation of our PS4 system review post-1.50 update — a modest 308 MB download that unlocks not only Play Station Network access, but the subsidiary information you’ll see while clicking around the PS4’s new Dynamic Menu.
Strap it on must conquer the city or face destruction. Gateway to the Rust Belt, Stilwater is a living-breathing environment where enemies may strike back at any time and send you reeling for reinforcements.
This page contains co-op info for Saints Row: The Third on the Playstation 3.
The downloads are small and take less than a minute to install, after which each app works as you’d expect it to, just as it did on the PS3.
I noticed a few discrepancies, though: Amazon’s app indicated a download size of just 8.5 MB, but “System Storage Management” showed it as occupying over 1 GB post-install — a troubling difference given how precious space is going to be per the shift to full digital downloads.
These menus are basically L-style hooks off the prime left-right axis, into which you can delve by cursoring down and conjuring a subsidiary hub with its context-specific themes — a design choice that’s elegant, fast, informationally relevant and uncluttered.
Swing right to “TV & Video” and you’ll find Amazon, Netflix, Hulu Plus and eight more services stacked in rows with icons indicating which ones you have or haven’t downloaded.It’s an example, however nitpicky, of a scenario Sony didn’t anticipate.The workaround was simple enough, but relied on another device.All information about Saints Row: The Third was correct at the time of posting. The wireless network in my New York hotel room was awful, dithering from tolerable to sluggish to inert.Before we delve into the PS4’s live streaming features, a word about Sony’s new Play Station Camera, which replaces the PS3’s Play Station Eye (not the “Play Station 4 Eye,” because say that phrase out loud).