mascot
Mobile Menu
 

 

PS5 News

blank

Should We Tip For Great Games?

Oh lord, keep with me on this one, people. Tipping is controversial at the best of times. A suggestion that we bring a tip option to video games is going to be met with all kinds of resistance. But you know, it makes sense. When we look back over the last decade or so, it’s obvious that something was going to give. Games have become more expensive to make at the same time as gamers coming to expect more for…

Read More
 
 

blank

Star Wars Outlaws Official Story Trailer

Star Wars Outlaws is the next big game in the space opera franchise. And now it has a story trailer and launch date. Check out the trailer below. Star Wars Outlaws is coming out on August 30th, 2024. The pre-order pack is a Kessel Runner bonus pack! It looks amazing. Graphics wise, there are parts of it that look live-action and others that look similar to the very best of Star Wars animated projects. The story looks super exciting. It…

Read More
 
 

New Consoles

Are Consoles Really, Really Dead This Time?

I’ve been doing this since 2009, so I’ve heard a “consoles are dead” story or two. Each time they’ve been proven wrong. They’re based on faulty assumptions, or a misunderstanding of the gaming audience. This time feels different. I still don’t think consoles are going away. There will always be room for a box next to your TV. But it’s hard to see where the narrative falls apart in 2024. The whole notion of buying into a walled garden, a…

Read More
 
 

blank

Remembering the Geforce Leak

There’s an interesting thread over at Resetera where a poster has dug out the remaining games not yet officially announced from the infamous Geforce Now leak. Nearly three years of confirmations have proven what a treasure trove this leak turned out to be, and that makes the titles still remaining conspicuous in their absence. And even more so for the potential some of them have. The post, which has been put together by Mocha Joe, hints at cancelled or yet-to-be…

Read More
 
 

blank

Baldur’s Gate 3 Changed Everything – That Might Not Be Good

Baldur’s Gate 3 has been a runaway hit, and rightly so. When a game comes out that raises the bar as much as that has, it’s nice to see the developer rewarded for it. That’s not always the case. But is it a good thing that the bar has been raised so sharply? Does this not just lead us exactly down a road that’s hurt the rest of the industry? The ever-desperate need to be on the absolute cutting edge…

Read More
 
 

blank

Another Nail For PSVR2

Sony is pausing production of its PSVR 2 device for the foreseeable future, it has been revealed.  The report, which came from Bloomberg, says that sales of the headset had slowed and that stock had begun to build up. Sales have actually dropped every quarter since its release. Naturally, discussion has gone to two obvious points that have plagued PSVR2 since day one. That’s a lack of compelling content and a ridiculous price for a peripheral. Early adopters defends both…

Read More
 
 

blank

Moonglow Bay Will Arrive on Switch and Playstation in April

Moonglow Bay, a cozy fishing rpg, will be coming to the Nintendo Switch and Playstation this April. We have more details below, along with a trailer. Moonglow Bay is a cozy fishing rpg that will be coming to the Nintendo Switch and Playstation on April 11th, 2024. The game is currently on the Xbox Series. In the game, you fish, cook, upgrade your boat, and more. The update that will come out with these releases will add a new picture…

Read More
 
 

blank

Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster – Available Now

Star Wars: Dark Forces has a remaster is available now. We have a launch trailer for the game below along with our thoughts on the remaster. Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster is available now on Nintendo Switch, Xbox, Playstation, and PC. The features enhanced graphics, a new playable level, and behind the scenes content in the Vault. The new graphics look really nice. Its a pretty big upgrade! Not only that but offering behind the scenes content and an extra…

Read More
 
 

blank

PlayStation VR2: A Year of Growth and More to Come

PlayStation VR2 launched a year ago, bringing a wave of immersive experiences to gamers. With over 40 games at launch, including innovative titles like Horizon Call of the Mountain and Pavlov, and PS VR2-compatible favorites like Gran Turismo 7 and Resident Evil Village, it quickly established itself as a powerful platform for virtual reality adventures. The past year hasn’t been stagnant either. New releases like Synapse, Red Matter, and Resident Evil 4 VR Mode offered intense first-person thrills, while puzzlers…

Read More
 
 

blank

The Shifting Nature of Exclusivity

Exclusivity is changing. When I was a kid, I desperately wanted a PlayStation to play Tomb Raider. I drew pictures, I read magazines. I had a Sega Saturn, and could’ve played it perfectly well there. But six-year-old me didn’t know that, and nothing I saw convinced me otherwise. I had a PlayStation that Christmas. A bit after that we went into a little game shop in Birmingham – up near where Currys and Pizza Hut is now, if memory serves.…

Read More