As much as I love playing a new game, I also love going back a few years to get a little retro love. Dating your mom is besides the point, but this also applies to gaming. Unfortunately, I can’t jam Crash Bandicoot or Nuclear Strike on a PlayStation 4. Not right now that is, as plans are in place to not only bring those games to a new platform, but to throw in some HD love as well.
We often joke that PC gamers are missing out on various console-exclusive games, with discussions usually devolving into a for and against argument at the end of the day. But that initial joke runs in both directions. Sure, PC gamers don’t have access to GTA V or Killzone Shadow Fall, but console gamers are also missing out on several PC games. Like ARMA 3, which will always be on PC.
Pink lights, beanies and the city of rock ‘n roll. Damn, I cannot wait for Infamous: Second Son. Which is why I should hurry up and do a new order for the game after my last one got cancelled for '”abuse”. Infamous: Second Son will most likely be a lengthy game. And once the end credits roll, there’ll be more content on the way.
Several key moments in my life have all had one thing in common: A chainsaw was present. Whether it was dropping it from a flight of stairs on my paid-for date (BY ACCIDENT) or scaring off Yuppie kids who done come disturb me in my shack, chainsaws have and always will be an important part of my life. And now, they’re in my games.
Most days, you get what your pay for, with few products offering anything extra for your cash. Unless its anything from that dodgy KFC down the road from me, which throws in free food poisoning whether you want it or not. PlayStation Plus however, has always been well worth the annual subscription. Here’s the list of free games coming this March for the service. all of them were previously rumoured, but have now been confirmed.
Current-gen consoles will most likely see big new releases wind down on those platforms in 2014, but they’re going to go out with one hell of a bang. One such game bring in the final hoorah is Dark Souls 2, which is strictly current-gen material. But that doesn’t mean that the software built for that game is stuck forever on older hardware.
Usually, when a new Sony console launches, our Japanese gaming brethren get to experience it first. That was the case with PlayStation one through three, as the land of the rising Ninja Warrior obstacle course got to flaunt those devices to Western gamers. The PlayStation 4 however, launched first in several countries that weren’t Japan. But now, they finally have it.
It may have cost me quite a few pretty pennies (SO PRETTY), but I’ve been damn happy with my PlayStation 4 purchase so far. It’s a great piece of technology, with some fantastic games so far. The PS4 pretty much sold out on launch weekend back in December. And now, new stock has finally arrived.
Sometimes, you just want to head back into the past and play a game that didn’t have a million dollar marketing push attached to it, or was a fine example of back in the day when studios would take a gamble on weird ideas. Those days are dead. But the PlayStation 4 on the other hand, might just be ready to administer the kiss of life to your retro memories.
Guys, I’ve been good. I haven’t bought a single collector’s edition in ages. This includes that wicked awesome one for Batman: Arkham Origins that had that sweet statue. But collector’s editions aren’t going away, and much like a fat person trying to lose weight in a house stocked with chocolates, it ain’t helping when I see special editions like this.
Microsoft finally figured out what gamers wanted this month by giving away Sleeping Dogs for free as part of their Games with Gold offering and don’t forget the latest Tomb Raider is also going to be free starting tomorrow.
News of Sony’s financial woes aren’t new with the previous supreme leader of electronics having been in financial straits for a few years now but according to some new research the company may be in more trouble than we originally thought.