Yoshida Cancels Dinner Plans Due To "Addictive" Share Feature
Have you tried that nifty new Share feature? Apparently, once you use it, you just can't stop.
The Share button on the Dual Shock 4 allows players to stream game footage via the PlayStation 4 so others can see their progress. And SCE Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida just loves it.
As reported by DualShockers, Yoshida has been streaming quite a bit of gameplay from his personal PS4. He explained why during the "Kurokawa School: Thinking the Future of Entertainment" roundtable, which also included Comcept founder Keiji Inafune. Yoshida said that Share is "absolutely addictive if you try it out" and in fact, he canceled dinner plans so he could keep live-streaming his games.
He also added:
"You receive tips on gameplay, tricks and impressions in the comments from the audience, it’s fun like playing with other guys."
It's definitely a useful and impressive feature, and one that really sets the PS4 apart in my eyes. I won't use it too often myself, but I can definitely see why others would get a big kick out of it.
11/25/2013 10:17:11 PM Ben Dutka