(19 June 2017 - 10:16 PM)
I'm in agreement with you Tony and I would hazzard a guess that Sony's own exclusives will be impressive enough that people wont be wishing they were on XB1X much like the X1's exclusives were technically as good as anything else.
(20 June 2017 - 06:37 AM)
I am quite impressed with the ps4 exclusives like days gone where there are tons of zombies on screen, and the game still maintains the frame rate and graphical fidelity. It is also no typical shooter where you endlessly just shoot down zombies. You have to utilise the environments and stealth to play. Story looks to be good as well.
(30 June 2017 - 01:36 AM)
The SNES classic .... only 20 somewhat games is a bit of a disappointment. The urge to buy a raspberry pi with a snes case is much higher then dropping 100 on something with corded controllers and 20 games
(09 July 2017 - 04:44 AM)
So Kyle / Direwolf: I just recently picked up Rocket League again after not playing since the first month or so. Still great fun, but I was wondering if you could suggest any You Tube tutorials or anything for new-ish players. Anything come to mind?
(05 August 2017 - 08:15 PM)
I beat the new Doom on my PS4 a few weeks back; really fun game. Once you beat it, make sure to watch the credits - they're actually one of the best cinematics I've seen and really kick ass (you'll know what I mean when you check them out).
(12 August 2017 - 04:09 AM)
I completed my 1st playthrough of hellblade earlier today. PS4 pro suports both a 60hz mode and a high res 30fps mode. The game is a flawed masterpiece IMO. Gorgeous visuals and excellent overall story and presentation let down by a sometimes painful combat system. The combat itself is not bad, but the targeting system is complete rubbish and some of the combat scenarios plain stink - i wont spoil anything. I'd describe the combat as being like Ryse Son of Rome minus the button prompts and dismemberment. Definately worth a look for the price.