We recently got it touch with Andre Noller of Grandé Games, a developer behind upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive title "Commander Cherry’s Puzzled Journey", a hybrid motion game, using the PlayStation 4 Eye camera and the Dualshock 4 controller simultaneously.
PlayStation 4's Dualshock 4 controller analog sticks tearing out is one of the most common issues faced by consumers, but thanks to PlayStation community a fix has been discovered for this nasty issue.
Playstation 4 arrived last week in North America, it was the most successful launch in the history of video-game industry. The console sold over one million units in just first 24 hours time period and also received great review scores from big gaming publications across the globe.
Critics and fans have praised PS4 design, price, DualShock 4 controller design and overall layout and many other things. However everything is still not perfect, especially DualShock 4 Analogue Sticks as gamers are reporting that it getting wear out pretty fast.
Here are some of the images showing torn DualShock 4 controller. The images are posted by numerous gamers across the globe on official Playstation 4 Tech support page.
This is how Battery Low notification for DualShock 4 look like. This comes straight from a recent video review of FIFA 14 Playstation 4 version.
As per the details in the screenshot below, the battery low notification for DualShock 4 controller will appear on top right hand side corner along with the user-name and will be in transparent color slightly.
When multiple DualShock 4 controller is used, user-name will be one of the parameter to make out which controller needs recharging, furthermore, there would also be a color indicator i.e lightbar on controller will change when controller needs recharging.
Take a look at the snapshot below showcasing this Battery Low notification.
DualShock 4 controller features a built in light bar which will be user for move functions in accordance with PS Camera, definitely an awesome feature for Playstation fans.
However a recent image from Tokyo Game Show 2013 has revealed a side-effect of DualShock 4 controller light bar. The glaring blue light of DualShock 4 controller reflect on TV and this might proof extremely off putting and distracting for gamers.
On Twitter a user asked Shuhei Yoshida for explanation of DS4 light bar TV glare. Here is what Yoshida replied via serious of tweets: