PS Plus Extra May Get Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

One of the areas where Sony’s new subscription service completely fails to measure up to Game Pass is in major first-party exclusives. For years now, Microsoft has been offering access to their biggest, most exciting titles Day One through their service, and that’s absolutely a major draw to the service. While Sony is offering many…

Lasting Impressions from a Big Week for Games

June 6th to the 14th was a big week for games. In lieu of E3, fans of video games received a plethora of different gaming panels, events, and reveals via various streams, from the familiar Summer Game Fest event hosted by the familiar Geoff Keighley, to the wild and crazy antics of Devolver Digital, to…

God of War is Good Enough to Make Me Forget About Dragon Age

Believe me when I say that I take my playthroughs of BioWare game very seriously. This means that once I get it in my head to replay any of either the Mass Effect or Dragon Age games in succession, nothing – and I mean nothing – gets in my way. Once I start a replay,…

More Elden Ring Footage is Out There Now

Elden Ring is arguably one of the most anticipated games in development right now, so just about any new information about the game is sure to make waves in across the internet. Well, it seems that fans have indeed been making waves recently thanks to some new leaked gameplay footage. The clip is only 30…

God of War Ragnarok is Looking Good so Far

Last week, Sony put out this year’s PlayStation Showcase, giving fans a taste of what’s to come between now and the end of 2022. There were things for just about everyone to get psyched for, but the one and only thing that held any interest for me was the new teaser trailer for God of…

Sony Closing PlayStation Store for PS3, PSP and PS Vita on July 2nd

Well, it’s finally happening. PlayStation Store services are finally being brought to an end for PSP, PS Vita and PlayStation 3. It was only a matter of time, and indeed this is something practically every knew was coming eventually, but it’s still kind of amazing. Once this hits, there are going to be a lot…

Destruction AllStars Delayed, Added to PlayStation Plus

The team behind Destruction AllStars announced this week that they’re delaying the game. it was originally supposed to release in November this year, but it has now been pushed back to a February release date. There is a benefit to this change though: PlayStation Plus subscribers will have two months to download the game for…

Sony State of Play Returns August 6th

Sony’s State of Play is coming back later this week, and it sounds like Sony is looking to give an answer to Microsoft’s recent Xbox Games Showcase. The focus of the show will be entirely on third-party games coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR over the next few months. There will be no new…

Ghost of Tsushima is…Excellent!

Even though I was looking forward to seeing Sucker Punch’s latest project in action, I wasn’t particularly hyped to actually play Ghost of Tsushima. I absolutely thought it looked like it would be a good and interesting game, but it’s kind of outside my usual sphere of interest when it comes to games. See, Ghost…

Game Prices Are Going Up, But Should They?

While it hasn’t been officially announced, announcements like NBA 2K21’s new price tag have rumors swirling that game prices will be going up once the PlayStation 5 and Xbox One X hit the market. If the rumors are to be believed, the price of a new game will increase from $60 to $70. I don’t…