Spider-Man, Felicia Harding as Black Cat, Speedball and The Taskmaster is back in the latest adventure for Marvel’s Spider-Man through the release of “The Heist,” a new DLC that’s now available to Season Pass and DLC owners alike. Here are our thoughts on the latest adventure.
In light of the censorship policies Sony has announced and spoken up about, Dustin gives us a reason to why we should speak up against Sony’s censorship policies and why they are detrimental to the gaming industry. Continue reading →
With the current momentum Sony has, the PlayStation 4 remains one of the best-selling consoles ever thanks to a solid set of first-party games, third-party offerings and a console that hits every mark it needs to remain at the top against their competitors, but now, we have to question one very obvious thing – can Sony go into the next generation this strong or will their flame burn out by that time? Let’s talk.
Kush_Master_420_Crunk will finally be able to grow up and change their PSN ID to something a bit more mature later this year for beta testers, early next year for everyone else. The cost? Not as bad as one might think.
Marvel’s Spider-Man is an open-world adventure from the studio that brought you games such as the Infamous and Spyro the Dragon franchises. Now they are back, with a one-of-a-kind experience with their take on the adventures of our favorite neighborhood Spider-Man. Now, here’s our review for the recently released PS4 exclusive.
While Sony has stated in the update’s current state that it does not include major-consumer-facing features such as name changes, dashboard changes, or anything of the likes, the current state of the system update focuses on quality of life improvements and fixes.
Detroit: Become Human is our latest adventure from Quantic Dreams, the team behind the critically acclaimed titles Heavy Rain and Beyond Two Souls. In our latest story by them, you’ll explore the role of many characters, each spanning different backgrounds and unique storytelling elements. Find out what we thought of this amazingly well-told story today.
Since the launch of MLB The Show in 2006, Sony has hammered down this major league series, offering some of the best graphics, gameplay mechanics, and the deepest immersion for fans of athletic games. With 2018’s season getting well underway, we’re excited to see what the game had to offer. Here’s our review for MLB The Show 18.
After several rocky years, Sony is finally shutting down physical production of PlayStation Vita games. Now is better than ever if you want to grab those last few copies of the Danganronpa and Persona 4 Golden copies on the market.
Sony is already preparing for one of their biggest years yet. While they are indeed the publisher of several of the PlayStation 4’s powerhouse titles to be landing on their console this year, developers like Sony Santa Monica have had their work cut out for them in order to ensure that they keep up with Sony’s growing standards in what a game should be. After all, they’ve already been absolutely dominating this generation with the likes of Killzone: Shadowfall (albeit it was the weakest in the Killzone franchise), Horizon Zero Dawn, Knack, and even their biggest hit that has yet to release to the general public: God of War.