Released: 19th June 2020 (Netflix)
Released: 12th June 2020 (Netflix)
June 11th 2020; the day the ninth generation of game consoles officially kicked into high gear, as Sony unveiled their latest system. The PlayStation 5 was brought out in an eighty-minute online stream, with a range of games and developers taking the stage to discuss the future of gaming. Following up on a previous technical showcase, the next chapter took the stage with a mostly decent, albeit safe presentation.
The Last of Us Part 2; it’s certainly one of the most anticipated titles as the curtain falls on the eighth generation of game consoles. Let’s cast our minds back to December 2016; Sony’s PlayStation experience event. The sequel was announced and the crowd went wild. At the time the first trailer went live I was certainly all in on the hype. A sequel to what many call one of the greatest games of all time; between it and CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077, The Last of Us 2 was the only title I was dead-set on purchasing. That is until April 2020; as many of you may know, Naughty Dog suffered a catastrophic leak. Crucial details of the game’s story began to spread all over the internet and fans were very unhappy.
Released: 23rd March 2020
Released: 19th April 2020 (Netflix)