July 9, 2011 by USA Post
PlayStation Network, In 2008, the restart of Microsoft’s New Xbox Experience “took a page (or was it a book?) Top-down from Sony, from left to right the Emmy-winning XrossMediaBar PlayStation 3 interface. According to Reg Hardware, it seems that Sony is about to return the approval of the restructuring of its PlayStation Network Interface “in the line of Xbox LIVE.”
Consider this home des (or rather the de facto ghostly chorus of “sources familiar with the new look”) and as to all claims, thinking possibly just magic, but Reg Hardware says it is “learned” that Sony is planning a major rethink PSN interface. The premise? The PSN text tends to be a failure, so Sony planning to make it more “image driven”, with reference to both Microsoft’s Xbox Live and Valve’s Steam.
The new image is described by Reg Hardware informant (s) as “an aesthetic design with logically marked sections and lists of agenda.” That would certainly be a switch. The batteries of the current great navigable interface full of text buttons on the left screen and add the variable-size images (including waterways) in the remaining two thirds of the screens. Simple? Maybe. Elegant and intuitive? Maybe not.
It seems that Sony is taking a cue from Google search as personalities as well, with an angle of new live search, where results are shown in real time as text you input. Apparently complemented with new movie and gaming sections of that work “IMDB-style”, allowing you to drill in the products attributes playing as “actor” and “director” or “editor” and “developer.” Sony also plans a “deals of the week” section and look overwhelming planning to exchange electric blue of PSN “ultra bright colors” on a black background.
When? Who knows? Reg Hardware references PlayStation 4 is supposed to debut next year Kinect, such as motion detection, a rumor so ridiculous that it hardly deserves mention. Sony has repeatedly said that a new PlayStation will not happen for years. Step would be foolish to break plenty of assistance to developers now absent only to thwart Nintendo or create a clone of Kinect. Maybe he’s planning a new iteration of the PS3, or is I coming here a new version of the PlayStation Eye can capture 3D motion. But the chances we’ll see something like PS4 next year are almost zero.
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