Download Firmware 4.73 For Sony Playstation 4 Gaming Console - Links Available

Download Firmware 4.73 for Sony PlayStation 4 Gaming Console - Links Available

Just now, Sony has made available the download link for the new 4.73 system software update developed for its PlayStation 4 gaming consoles, which improves the overall system performance, just like the previous 4.72 PS4 Firmware.

If you intend to make use of this new release, first ensure that your PS4’s currently installed firmware isn’t either newer or matching version 4.73, and only afterward save the appropriate .PUP file.

Sony Rolls Out Firmware 4.72 For Its Playstation 4 Console - Download Now

Sony Rolls Out Firmware 4.72 for Its PlayStation 4 Console - Download Now

Sony’s development team has made available a new firmware package compatible with PlayStation 4 systems, namely version 4.72, which only improves the overall system performance.

If you intend to upgrade to this release to find out what the changes are (or simply want to have the latest firmware on your console), download the .PUP file, create a “PS4/UPDATE” path onto an FAT32-formatted USB stick, save the firmware there, and connect it to your console.

Nintendo Switch Was The Best-selling Console In April

Nintendo Switch Was The Best-Selling Console In April

With the Nintendo Wii U being such a huge flop and with Sony and Microsoft pulling miles ahead of the company with the PS4 and Xbox One, we're sure many have wondered if Nintendo could ever recover, or if we could see the yet another gaming company fold onto itself. Turns out the Switch was the company's saving grace.

In fact it doesn't really seem like a fluke because according to Nintendo's recent announcement, the Switch is the best-selling video game system for the month of April, which the company wanted to remind everyone makes it the second month in a row that the Switch has led the way in terms of video game hardware sales.

Switch Owners Reporting That The Console Is Taking Screenshots On Its Own

Switch Owners Reporting That The Console Is Taking Screenshots On Its Own

The Nintendo Switch has been on the market for a while now, but it seems that there are still some software problems plaguing the console. According to quite a few user reports (via Nintendo Everything), it seems that the console has been taking screenshots on its own without any input from the user.

One user wrote, "I have noticed over the past few days that my switch is taking screen shots without me pressing the capture button. I’m not sure if it is on an interval but I have noticed it only happening when in handheld mode or when using the joycons not the pro controller." Some are speculating that this could be somehow tied with Minecraft because the problem only manifested itself after they installed the game.

Nintendo 2ds Xl Handheld Console Announced

Nintendo 2DS XL Handheld Console Announced

With the Nintendo Switch having the ability to transform itself into a portable gaming console, many questioned what this could mean for the future of Nintendo's handhelds like the 3DS. Nintendo had stated that they expect these consoles to exist side-by-side, and sure enough it looks like they are sticking to their word.

This is because Nintendo has recently announced their latest handheld gaming console in the form of the Nintendo 2DS XL. Granted this isn't an update to the 3DS console, but we guess the fact that Nintendo is still churning out handhelds indicates that they are not planning to replace this particular market segment with the Switch anytime soon.

Nintendo Switch Is The Fastest-selling Console In Nintendo's History

Nintendo Switch Is The Fastest-Selling Console In Nintendo's History

Just like how the Samsung Galaxy S8 represented a second chance for Samsung following the disaster that was the Note 7, the Nintendo Switch represents Nintendo's second chance after the Wii U had flopped rather badly. Turns out that everyone loves a good comeback story and that customers are pretty forgiving, or at least that's what the numbers are showing.

According to a recent press release put out by Nintendo, the company has revealed that the Nintendo Switch is the fastest-selling console in Nintendo's history. According to numbers from the NPD Group, Nintendo managed to sell 906,000 units of the Switch in the month of March alone, and this is just the US market we are talking about.

Gamer Turns Old N64 Console Into A Dock For The Nintendo Switch

Gamer Turns Old N64 Console Into A Dock For The Nintendo Switch

So we have been hearing reports that the dock for the Nintendo Switch has truly been scratching the reassure's show as customers take it in and out. Without a doubt this is a bummer, despite the way that we assume that is the thing that screen shields are there for. Regardless in case you're after a possibly less scratchy technique for docking your solace, here's an idea for you.

In a post on Reddit, Redditor tettzan777 posted a photo in which he revamp his old N64 support to allow it to dock the Nintendo Switch. He also balanced it with the end goal that there is similarly reinforce for USB ports on the front, something that the N64 comfort obviously was not prepared to do.

Nintendo Switch Digital Games Are Limited To One Console At A Time

Nintendo Switch Digital Games Are Limited To One Console At A TimeAs you might have heard, Nintendo Switch digital games will be linked to accounts and not hardware. This means that unlike previous Nintendo consoles, your digital purchases aren’t locked to specific hardware. However as we had previously heard, this isn’t as good as we thought as it was revealed that you can’t share purchases across multiple consoles.

Nintendo Switch Virtual Console Games Not Available At Launch

Nintendo Switch Virtual Console Games Not Available At LaunchNintendo is coming close to releasing its next-generation gaming console with each passing day. The company has now started to more some more details about the Nintendo Switch and is also giving fans a better look. An unboxing video of the Nintendo Switch created with the company’s blessing was released yesterday on YouTube so get the hype machine rolling for this console. However, those who are looking to purchase the Switch should pay attention because the company today confirmed something about the virtual games that have been promised for the Switch.

Nintendo Switch Dashboard Reveals More Details About The Console

Nintendo Switch Dashboard Reveals More Details About The ConsoleWe’re not sure why but Nintendo did not exactly dive into as many details as we would have liked about the Switch durings its pricing and availability reveal. Perhaps they were still tweaking things like its UI, but either way it seems that thanks to a recent tweet by indie developer Nicalis, more details have been revealed.

Sony: Kingdom Hearts Ps4 Console Revealed

Sony: Kingdom Hearts PS4 Console RevealedSony often releases limited edition PS4 consoles to commemorate the launch of a game. This time around, it’s doing this for Kingdom Hearts. Sony has officially revealed the Kingdom Hearts PS4 console. This themed unit is going to be available soon in Japan.

New Firmware Is Available For Sony Playstation 4 Consoles Version 4.06

New Firmware Is Available for Sony PlayStation 4 Consoles Version 4.06Just now, Sony has made available the download link for the new 4.06 system software update developed for its PlayStation 4 gaming consoles, which improves the overall quality of the system’s performance.
If you intend to make use of this new release, first ensure that your PS4’s currently installed firmware isn’t either newer or matching version 4.06, and only afterward save the appropriate .PUP file.

Only For Japan The Nintendo Famicom Mini Console

Only for Japan the Nintendo Famicom Mini consoleWhile the world will get the NES Mini this November, Nintendo has something special in store for Japan. The Famicom console will be released in the mini format for the market. Released two years before the NES in 1983 the Famicom made use of smaller cartridges which had to be inserted vertically. The Mini will come preloaded with 30 of the most popular 8 bit games. Starting November 10 it will be hitting stores in Japan for 5980 Yen ($ 60).