With the Rand having tanked recently, game prices are going to go through the roof this year. So what are the current digital prices like then? Worth a jump? We did some research on that.
Developer Naughty Dog knows how to nail characters, and to make you actually care for the collection of pixels on the screen in front of you.That’s why Uncharted 4 won’t have multiple endings.
Fan service, assemble! PlayStation owners will be getting some free downloadable content once Lego Marvel Avengers launches at the end of the month.
I’ve been told that people enjoy watching Pornhub on their gaming consoles. Especially on the PS4. The true console war has thus begun.
You name it, 2016 has it. From action to fantasy, prepare for a bumper year of games that’ll have your fingers blistered with joy.
Mouldy sandwiches! Flat coke! A two-week old portion of Lasagna that has developed sentience and sounds suspiciously just like Brian Blessed! Yessir, the Oscars can kiss our flattened asses when it comes to presentation. And in case you missed out on the Lazygamer Awards this week, here’s the complete wrap of it. In video form! And words!
The PlayStation might not have had its most packed first-party year, but the ones that did make the cut generally oozed quality. Which one of them came out on top though?
So when’s the next Infamous game then? While Second Son had a done-in-one story, there was still room to grow the tale of Rowe and pals further. But since First Light wrapped up, Sucker Punch’s premiere IP has been silent, with no future games announced.
Sony had its fair share of exclusives this year, which were a mixed bag of decent and lacklustre. It was a skint year for great PlayStation exclusives, something that Managing Director of Sony Computer Entertainment Australia Michael Ephraim felt would be rectified in 2016.
Buy one game, get one free on selected titles on the PlayStation Store. Get The Last of Us Remastered, Until Dawn and more for half price.
While Sparrows may be the quickest way to get around a map, they’ve served little other utility in the big scheme of Destiny. That’s all changing, at least for a few weeks, when the Sparrow Racing League kicks off tomorrow.
In news today that has seen forums all across the world pen a few open letters and attempt to get a hashtag or two rolling, it looks Final Fantasy VII Remake will be hitting the PlayStation 4 not as a proper four-disc remaster, but in the form of a “multi-part series”.