In less than a month, gamers will (hopefully) have their hands on the Playstation 5. Those who have Playstation Plus will also benefit from the PS Plus Collection, compiling some of the most iconic titles together. This article does not specifically focus on these games, though some crossover will clearly take place. The following games have defined the Playstation 4 and should be credited for leaving an impression on gamers. The games are not in rank order, they are purely in the order that I thought of them. So without further ado, let's begin.
Spyro is a trilogy. Originally brought out as a PlayStation game and was finally remastered as a PlayStation 4 game. In the world of Spyro, all of the dragons had been crystallized, and the eggs have been stolen. Spyro is this cute little purple and yellow dragon. There is so much attitude in that little dragon. He’s got a whole lot of attitude packed into that little body. Throughout every Spyro game, you travel to so many different places with several different enemies and obstacles to over come.
Who else is excited about this game? I am! Knowing this one is coming out around the same time as the PlayStation 5. This is going to be one great Holiday Season. I wanted a PlayStation 5 before knowing there was going to be another Ratchet and Clank game. That just adds to how much more I want it. Now I definitely have to get one after watching some of the gameplay available on YouTube. This is one game I cannot pass up. To put it merely, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart looks absolutely amazing.
The lapping sounds of sea water against the side of the small rowboat are echoing against the damp, moss lined bricks of the bridge you are passing under quietly. The sun is setting fast on the horizon to ready the night for your actions. In the distance you can see the high mounted city of Dunwall and its twinkling lights powered by the whale oil fuels that are being harvested on a daily basis. A whaler ship is passing into the docks just ahead of you with its latest capture mounted and hung above the rear of the ship. If you listen carefully you can hear its kin in the sea around you singing and mourning for the loss.
PlayStation has not released a new system since the PS4 was released in 2013. Modifications on the original were repackaged as the PS Slim and PS Pro in 2016, but a totally new system is 7 years in the making. Because of this PlayStation fans are beyond excited to get their hands on the new system. It is like being a part of history. PlayStation has made several improvements to the system to aid in the immersive experience. Smoother playback, faster loading, and more sensory feedback with new controllers are just a few enhancements gamers can expect this holiday season. But what everyone is clamoring about is the games. In true PlayStation form, there are several PS exclusives and timed exclusives that will be ready at launch and released next year. Here is a list of the 4 most interesting PS exclusives you are going to want to check out.
There's Still A Lot Of Great Games To Play On Your Playstation 4. Here are my favorite PS4 games.
Disclaimer: I have not played every PS4 game - there's over 2,000 of them after all. And most of the games on my list are JRPGs, Otome Games, or Visual Novels, because that is my preference.
The PS5 Was Supposed To Take Preorders Today, Instead Preorders Began Yesterday And Sold Out In 20 Minutes - At Most - But Not All Retailers. Is this Sony's fault - or the fault of bigbox stores like Amazon, Walmart, BestBuy, Target and many others?
Of course, this is my opinion and what I would like to see but I believe we all want backward compatibility with all Playstation games. I know it comes with PS4 compatibility but like everyone else I want to be able to play my PS3 games on it too. I am fine with purchasing an external hard drive or something that will work with the PS5 so I can play my PS3 games and there are plenty of PS2 and PS1 games I want to play.
Welcome back to the realm of console leaks and news pertaining to their releases! Unfortunately, we have some slightly sadder news for you today, which is that Sony Entertainment Network may be limiting consumers upon initial release of the next generation white gaming box. This comes from Sony Entertainment's very own direct retail site, falsely making folks believe that the pre-order gates might be opening soon --probably not-- for business.
Drowning is not necessarily the game that I usually play. It was on sale on the PSN network for $1.25 for the PlayStation 4. How can you go wrong when a digital game is that cheap? It costs less than a streaming movie rental. So I thought I would check it out thinking it was an interesting premise and the price was right.
So the reveal has finally arrived for Sony's next system, in what will be the 5th generation for Sony, and the 9th console generation for gaming. We've all come a long way haven't we? Yesterday was the huge reveal as gamers and consumers of media sat in anticipation in their quarantined homes and they gazed upon the reveal of the hardware. As well as the titles that will be pushing the sales of units. Naturally this being my first introduction to writing on this site. There are a lot of thoughts that I have in regards to the hardware and software that was shown.
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.