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
Executive Producer Pete Samuels said in an interview with PlayStation Lifestyle that “it’s definitely surpassed expectations,” though no sales figures have been announced as of yet.
After seeing everyone and their mothers playing this and the Black Ops Beta, I am not surprised that this is the case after Jorn had to kick me out of a party in order to get another player in…. bastardo!
Users have posted on Reddit and the Sony Forums on the problems, saying they are left unable to access the game, with only a countdown timer with the message “128 days until available”.
This 9 minutes of gameplay doesn’t show much outside some jump scares and cheesy dialog, but it does show the “Butterfly Effect” decision making process in action to some degree.
So far I have given predictions for Bethesda, Microsoft, EA and Ubisoft, and Kat has done her predictions for Nintendo (because I don’t know them as well as she does). All are linked there, so if you want to check them out, do. Sony is the next conference on the list taking place on Monday the 15th of June at 6pm PT, with Square Enix and the PC Gaming Show predictions coming over the next few days.
Despite Sony’s PlayStation 4 being the fastest selling console of all time, people haven’t been too impressed with their exclusive lineup thus far. Sony Computer Entertainment Andrew House called 2015 “a year of investment”, and admitted that Sony’s first-party lineup is “a little sparse”. However, the release of Bloodborne definitely did help stave off the starvation, as it was a masterpiece of a game, and no doubt Sony have a few surprises lined up for E3. While 2015 may be a “little sparse”, I do feel that 2016 will be fantastic for PlayStation owners, as they seem to have a lot of titles planned over the course of the year.
Supermassive’s upcoming adventure survival horror game, Until Dawn, now has a confirmed release date and a brand new trailer. The game will hit the PlayStation 4 on August 25th (NA), August 26th (Continental Europe) and August 28th (UK & Ireland).