It’s not that often that a company leader often calls out a bluff from the competition. Head of Xbox Phil Spencer had a few things to say in response to Sony’s explanation about why they did not participate PS4 cross-play for Minecraft.
No more waiting for my senpai games…
One of the more surprising moments during the week of E3 was the announcement of Metroid Prime 4 during the Nintendo Direct presentation. While the announcement was received well, there may be a downside to all this.
After finally forgetting the mistake I committed by backing Comcept’s Kickstarter page, my life started to look up again as I began to lose weight, work at a high paying salary job, and fell in love with this beautiful Bulgarian girl. Comcept then posted an update about Mighty No. 9 and my life began to spiral out of control and I lost everything now.
As one who is always looking for that next psychological trip whether it be the shrooms, acid, or DMT, I found myself here at The Evil Within
As the only person among my friends that has purchased PSVR, I am curious to see what Sony has up their sleeve in regards to content. VR is an experience that cannot be explained properly. It needs to be experienced to understand what people mean they say, “It feels like you’re there”. Sony recently released the VR aim peripheral bundled with Farpoint. It is expected to support future first party titles with a couple third party titles already announced to have support for the device.
On June 13th, Eurogamer spoke with marketing head Jim Ryan and asked why the Playstation logo was missing from the Minecraft platform crossplay with Microsoft and Nintendo. When pressed on that players want crossplay availability with their games, this is what Ryan had to say:
AKA Sons of Anarchy + The Last of Us.
With The Last of Us and The Last of Remastered being a thriving success for Naughty Dog, any concerns brought by game director Neil Druckmann about the game having a “50/50 possibility of a sequel” were put to rest when The Last of Us Part II was announced to be in early development at the end of the Playstation Experience.
It’s been way too long my friend. WAY TOO LONG. It’s been 14 years since that abomination that was Dino Crisis 3 and 17 years since the amazing Dino Crisis 2. What the latter did to establish itself as its own franchise to the first Dino Crisis, which was deemed a Resident Evil “clone” is nothing short of incredible. Read more …