I’ve never played a God of War game before, I’ve heard of it but having spent most of my time on the Xbox 360 it was never a game I looked at too closely. Times change though and I now play on both consoles which meant the latest God of War caught my attention. I found myself researching the past games and instantly knew that this would be right up my street. God of War was hyped up to astronomical levels and the question became, could it live up to that hype. Continue reading God of War Review
This week, Sony sent its newsletter subscribers an email to warn them that as of August 31st, PlayStation Plus subscriptions will be receiving an increase in price. It’s a whopping 25% increase too, but you still have time to buy an annual subscription before the changes take effect. Continue reading PlayStation Plus subscriptions getting a price increase in Europe
Hot on the heels of the Xbox Games with Gold announcement, Sony have revealed what Instant Games you can get your hands on in August as part of PlayStation Plus. As always, six new titles will become available to download and play, as long as you have an active PlayStation Plus subscription. Continue reading PlayStation Plus games for August revealed
A brief encounter in Civil War (and a highlight) we’ve since wondered how the newest addition to the MCU will fair. Now the sixth Spider-Man film and third cinema incarnation, where does Homecoming belong in the pantheon of Spider-Man 2 and Amazing Spider-Man 2? It’s fair to rank it just slightly below Spider-Man 2 as Homecoming is a delight. It’s nothing revolutionary of the genre but it’s a sure fire success for all parties involved.
It seems that Sony has finally heard the cry of the fans, as this month’s PlayStation Plus lineup for July is a huge improvement over previous months in terms of game offerings. Let’s take a look at what you can get your hands on in July. Continue reading PlayStation Plus titles for July revealed
E3 2017 is firmly behind us and I’ve had time to fully digest what was shown to us. I thought it’d be fun to look back at some of my favourite announcements and some of the more cringe worthy parts that need to stop. Overall I thought this years E3 was a bit underwhelming but there were some glimmers of hope that were shown off so lets jump right in and see what impressed me.
So E3 week is behind us and so it’s time to see what you all decided to pick up by looking at the sales chart. There isn’t much in the way of new releases that feature with Nintendo’s extremely fun “Arms” the most notable release. MOTOGP 17 is the only other new title hoping to enter into pole position in this weeks chart.
Insomniac Games’ Spider-Man PS4 game will be released in 2018 and feature both Peter Parker and Miles Morales. The gameplay below was the finale send-off to Sony’s E3 conference. The clip includes some story, gameplay, and huge setpieces in motion.
Talion and the Bright Master are back, and seem to have learnt a few new tricks in their absence, as shown at Xbox E3 2017. During the Lord of the Rings: Shadow of War preview, we saw an extensive look into the new features coming to the game which seem to be the result of an evolution of the original nemesis system that made its debut in Shadow of Mordor.
Goodbye May, and hello June! Sony have finally revealed the lineup of PlayStation Plus titles for next month, and not a moment too soon. It looks like previous rumours were true, so let’s take a look and see what you’ll be playing next month. Continue reading PlayStation Plus games for June 2017 revealed