My PlayStation Share Photo Album: Part 2

Being able to snap screenshots and videos on a whim and then sharing them is surprisingly one of my favorite features with the PlayStation 4. With the experience now on the Xbox One, users from any console can now get in on the fun.

Earlier last year I created a post to show off some of what I thought were great screenshots and videos I managed to capture from games like Watch_Dogs, Transistor, and the Destiny Alpha. I had a lot of fun putting it together and considering it’s been a long time since that post, I figured it’s time for a new entry. As we all know, a great many games have released since and I have a good amount of new stuff to share. So I figured why not (virtually) open my photo album back up and show you all some of the things I’ve been capturing and sharing lately.

So without further adieu, here’s some new content ranging from Shadow of Mordor, to DriveClub, to Dying Light and everything in between. Enjoy!

The fun stuff awaits you below the break…

*Psst, hey, over here. Unsure how to capture and share content on your platform of choice? Have a look at my Guide to sharing on Xbox One and PS4.

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Videos

Driveclub – A Slow Motion Montage

inFAMOUS: First Light – Glitches and Odd Behaviors

Shadow of Mordor – Grudge Match

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2 Responses to My PlayStation Share Photo Album: Part 2

  1. Hatm0nster says:

    The ability to capture screens and video has quickly become one of my favorite new features this generation. Where I once said “Why would anyone want that?” I now have dedicated a couple of Gigs of my PS4 memory to videos and screenshots. As your screens show, modern games are too incredible to *not* capture from time to time! Looking forward to seeing more of your captures in the future!

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