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Knack 2 accidentally available for free on Aussie PSN Store

While I’m sure most of you out there are gearing up to jump into Destiny 2 today, anyone who was holding out for Knack 2 have been treated to a surprise: it’s currently listed as free on the PSN Store. We tested it ourselves, and once you complete your cart transaction of zero dollars, a download of the full 35gb of Knack 2 begins, so it’s definitely not the demo. No word from So...[Read More]

Nioh does the whole multi-tiered console thing right

Many of you out there probably think I’ve been waging a one man war against Sony’s mid-generation upgrade to the Playstation 4, the PS4 Pro. I mean, I’ve written cynically about it enough. I rambled my concerns of newer titles performing poorly on the base console pretty much immediately after rumours of the “PS4K” started doing the rounds last March. Once both Sony a...[Read More]

Horizon: Zero Dawn developers talk moving from linear shooters to open-world RPGs

Horizon: Zero Dawn, the Playstation 4 exclusive Sony has been showing off for quite some time now, is just around the corner so pretty soon we’ll all be running around developer Guerrilla Games’ post apocalyptic, robot dinosaur infested world. In anticipation of the launch, Playstation Australia have released three behind-the-scenes videos about the development of the game. As well as ...[Read More]

So that fake-looking PS4 Slim could actually be real

I really want to emphasise the word could in that headline, because despite some compelling new evidence, there’s still a chance the Playstation 4 Slim doing the internet rounds lately could be completely bogus. As we learned from those photos of fake Nintendo NX controllers from a couple months back, people are jerks who like being faking jerky-jerks who fake things because they’re je...[Read More]

No Man’s inconsistencies

So No Man’s Sky is a game, right? We can agree on that? In my review I was pretty meh on the whole thing. It has a lot going for it, but it’s so bogged down by questionable design choices that it suffers from tedious gameplay and a lacklustre experience, in my opinion at least. Part of the reason I was so underwhelmed is due to the sheer ball crushing amount of hype that clung to this ...[Read More]

The perfect WTF moment from Sony at Gamescom

For those of you who might not have noticed, Gamescom is well and truly underway. Much like with E3, major players in the vidy0g@m3 industry have been releasing exciting new titles, well mostly exciting titles. In a surprise move Sony unleashed a reveal trailer for Solbrain Knight of Darkness, which is out now on the PS Store for our North American friends. And, well, the game kinda of looks like ...[Read More]

No Man’s Sky review: Ground control to major disappointment

Reviewed on: PS4. Copy supplied by publisher. In my 12 hours of game time I’ve found No Man’s Sky to be equal parts compelling and boring, some aspects of it are amazing, and others are a galactic snore fest. Arguably the sheer amount of hype after years of anticipation, mixed with the lack of any concrete info in the build up, let minds run wild as to what No Man’s Sky could be....[Read More]

Sony confirms Playstation 4.5 is real

At least some of the rumours are true, Sony is indeed developing a Playstation 4.5 as originally reported back in March. Playstation chief Andrew House confirmed the news to the Financial Times, saying the console will support 4K resolutions but stopped short of revealing whether or not it will sport the kind of hardware changes leaked by GiantBomb earlier this year. “[The PS4.5] is intended...[Read More]

Playstation’s Powers TV show is finally available in Australia

Powers, the first original TV programming from Playstation, is now available on the Australian PSN Store, more than a year after its premiere in the US. Both the entire first season and the first three episodes of the second season are out now, with us remaining on track with the US and having season two’s remaining seven episodes releasing weekly. It is worth noting that while Sony are sayi...[Read More]

Reports surface of two new Xbox One models on the way

Sources have told Kotaku that Microsoft is planning to release two new versions of its Xbox One console, one in 2016 and another in 2017. The reports, which have been corroborated by Polygon’s “own sources”, describe the 2016 model as a slimline version around 40% smaller than the current Xbox One, offering 4K video support and sporting a 2TB hard drive. Polygon’s source de...[Read More]

Rumoured specs of PS4K revealed, codenamed NEO

According to sources speaking to GiantBomb, the rumoured PS4K/PS4.5 console is internally referred to by the codename NEO and boasts a higher CPU clock speed, an improved graphics card and RAM with higher bandwidth. GiantBomb’s sources also indicate that starting from October every new PS4 game will be required to have two modes of operation, a “Base Mode” for the original PS4 an...[Read More]

How God of War 4 being set in Norse mythology could work

  Ever since God of War II director Cory Barlog accidentally confirmed in 2014 that a new instalment in the franchise was in development at Sony Santa Monica Studios, many have been curious what the next adventure of Kratos, everyone’s favourite roid-raging Spartan-turned-demi-god, would be. Well, fast forward to today and some leaked artwork from the website of an artist who worked at ...[Read More]

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