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Check Out the PS4 Versions of Diablo III, Wolfenstein and Yakuza Ishin From Taipei Game Show

by on January 24, 2014 4:46 AM 8

The Taipei Game Show is in full swing and the PS4 is doubtlessly the queen of the show floor, with several games available for Taiwanese attendees to enjoy.

Between the demons available there were the versions for Sony’s new console of Diablo III, Wolfenstein: The New Order and Yakuza Ishin.

You can check some lovely footage of all three games in the videos below, courtesy of the Taiwanese gaming channel Bahamuth’s Crazy Arcade.

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  • ISISSecretAgent

    looking good Diablo on the PS4

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  • Opt1kon

    That Diablo 3 looks very very smooth on the PS4 and I’m really liking the wolfenstien it looks good glad they decide to hold up on the release and put out the game this year

  • Preston queener

    I can’t wait to play Yakuza & Diablo 3 on my ps4 when it comes out. Not really sure about wolfenstein yet, only because I haven’t really seen anything about it yet.

    • PatcherStation

      Wofenstein games drop in price like a sack of spuds. I’ll probably pick it up cheap used when the dogs are barking at it. It’s usually the case with most shooters and most games anyway. The second one was crap.

      • Preston queener

        Ya you’re right. Ill just follow your advice and wait until it becomes dirt cheap. I already have enough shooters already.

  • PatcherStation

    Wolfenstein was great on the Xbox, I think the PS2 version had a few extras. The sequel was poor though. The third instalment looks like it has the graphics, but sort of knew it was more the same. Still can’t get my head around the Yakuza games. Running along the lines of Shenmue, SEGA should’ve released Shenmue 3 years ago on the PS2. Looking forward to Diablo 3: UEE after playing the demo on the Xbox 360. I can’t see UEE coming to the Xbox One, but you never know. Didn’t see the point in buying Diablo 3 on the PS3 or Xbox 360, when UEE is due out.

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