PlayStation 4! Selling like hot cakes! Around the world. Sort of crazy that the console is apparently showing the fastest growth in the line’s history.
XB1 is getting that backwards compatibility game on this week, with an initial list of 104 games being supported. I know the aforementioned list is much maligned for the titles it contains, but just the promise of b/c in general has me stoked. Plus! I mean. It features Mass Effect, and apparently it runs better on the XB1.
Ready to play some Street Fighter V? Well, the wait is almost over. The fifth installment of the classic fighting game series is dropping early next year.
PS4 is finally getting a price cut, folks. The OverLords over there at Sony have officially announced the reduction, which starts tomorrow.
PS4 is getting into the YouTube Gaming Extravaganza Broadcasting business with their next firmware (beta) update. The firmware update is also bringing Twitter clips, and more. Sure, neat, whatever. When the futz will I be able to pin my favorite apps? When will I be able to change my PSN name? You know. Being selfish. Stuff I care about.
Ain’t no such thing as exclusives anymore. And as much as it pains me to see PS4-only owning folks having to wait out the timed XB1 exclusive for Rise of the Tomb Raider, at least it’s been confirmed they’ll get it. Eventually. Like a year after I’ve played it. But still.
BE MORE VAGUE, Sony. The fuck you doing with the Uncharted movie. Seems like the formula is pretty obvious. Mirror (to an extent) Indiana Jones, which is a pretty glaring inspiration in the first place.
This…This would have been like, enormous news seven years ago. Right? But I’m not sure anyone really give that much of a fuck about Call of Duty anymore. I’ll buy it with my general malaise, as I am inclined to do everywhere. But DLC, no DLC right at its release. Don’t really matter to me. How about you?