Ghost of Tsushima Movie Inbound!

Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima has been making history. With breaking sales records as selling 2.4 million copies the first three days (becoming Playstation 4’s fastest selling game), winning both Best Art Direction and Viewer’s Choice awards in The Game Awards, and having Sucker Punch become the ambassadors for the actual island of Tsushima, the list of achievements is endless.

Ghost of Tsushima is also Teh Lunchbox Publication’s Game of the Year and Best Multiplayer for its Legends add on, earning a perfect 5 out of 5 from us. So what’s next for the series? Hollywood.

It’s been reported that Sucker Punch is taking their beloved title to the big screen, teaming up with Sony Pictures. The director on helm with this project is none other than Chad Stahelski, whose credits include the John Wick movies, need we say more?

For the official announcement, check out Playstation’s post here.

Ghost of Tsushima is Rated M for Mature and available now for the Playstation 4.

Viking Survival with Friends

Coffee Stain Studios has launched their newest early access title Valheim. This game may not impress graphically but is a load of fun in every other aspect. With a crafting system similar to their other recent title Satisfactory, a focused combat system, and Norse mythology to coat it all results in a very satisfying gameplay experience.

Having already played the game with friends, it has been a blast. Even set backs like death don’t ruin much of the fun to be had. The game doesn’t hold your hand but gives you hints on what to do, while letting you play however you want to. The combat itself holds strong, with simple attack and blocking mechanics that are enhanced through crafting different gear. All this really comes together for MMO-like boss battles. Having friends at the ready only enhances the experience, allowing up to ten players per server to really up the party factor.

While the textures are low quality at the moment, the attention to detail is astounding, from the water, to how smoke moves and even the sails on your boats. Small inclusions like that help make this still be a breath taking experience. The game is available on Steam for $19.99, pick it up for a good time.

Playstation Plus Games – February 2021

A new month means new titles to play and add to your collection with PlayStation Plus. Let’s see what they have to offer.

PlayStation isn’t holding back any punches for the month of February with titles to play on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

PlayStation 4 owners will be playing the following:

  • Concrete Genie – Pixelopus’s creative third person adventure title gives players control of young artist, Ash. In the town of Denska, players along the way will guide Ash in recovering pages of his sketchbook while using his creative abilities with the power of a large paintbrush.
  • Control: Ultimate Edition – My 2019 Game of the Year for Teh Lunchbox Publications will be available to play for both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5! From the studio that brought you Max Payne, Quantum Break, and Alan Wake, Remedy Entertainment has players following Jessie Faden. Jessie will venture further into the Oldest House searching for her brother and battling a threat known as the Hiss.

PlayStation 5 owners will be looking forward the following:

  • Destruction AllStars – Originally a PlayStation 5 launch title for November, players will choose from 16 different characters with unique abilities to dominate the competition. With four game modes to choose from, players will use a mixture of driving with cars and parkour to aim to the top of the leaderboards! Just recently for this title, PlayStation had a State of Play to give a rundown in what Destruction AllStars is all about, check it out below!

These Playstation Plus titles will be available to download on Tuesday, February 2nd through March 1st.

What do you think about this month’s PlayStation Plus releases to ring in the new year? Let us know in the comments below!

Resident Evil Village Reveal

Fellow fans and followers of Capcom’s Resident Evil series were treated to a world premiere of what’s to come. This past Thursday, Capcom showcased their next addition to the franchise with Resident Evil Village. Here’s a quick rundown of what was announced and shown.

Village takes place a few years after Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. Players take control of Ethan Winters, the protagonist from the last game, as he is once again diving into a world of horror after meeting with Chris Redfield. Ethan will once again face many challenges and frightening new foes along the way as he searches for answers.

Players will be able to take themselves to a castle run by Lady Dimitrescu, a vampire who apparently is in charge of stopping Ethan in his tracks, with her daughters and other hordes of foes. Capcom was also showing off other characters such as “the Duke”, a merchant who is willing to sell the player various weapons, upgrades, and other items to help them on their journey. Players will also meet one more character who currently remains as a mystery.

Capcom dropped details on the various editions of the game they have to offer. The Collector’s Edition of Resident Evil Village will give players a bunch of both collectibles and in game items such as a Chris Redfield statue, poster, artbook, and a SteelBook Case.

Are you one of the lucky ones who were able to obtain a PlayStation 5? Well you’re in luck as Capcom released the Resident Evil 5 Demo in the PlayStation Store called Maiden. Players have a chance to take a sneak peak into Lady Dimitrescu’s castle and escape. For all of you who don’t have a PlayStation 5, don’t worry as Capcom is soon going to release another demo later this spring.

Resident Evil Village hits the shelves for the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series Console, Xbox One, and PC (via Steam) on May 7, 2021. Players who purchase the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One copies will get a chance to upgrade to the next gen consoles at no extra cost.

PlayStation Plus Games – January 2021

A new year means a new month of free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers! Let’s see what’s in store for the month of January.

PlayStation 4 owners have the following two new games to look forward to:

  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider – SquareEnix’s final installment of the origin trilogy for Lara Croft. Taking place right after “Rise of the Tomb Raider,” the game follows our heroine as she stops the paramilitary organization, Trinity, from activating an apocalyptic ritual to destroy all of mankind.
  • GreedFall – A role playing game from Focus Home Entertainment. Players control De Sardet, an individual who has landed in a new land filled with supernatural beasts and magic. From there, players will create choices that will affect both the gameplay and story.

PlayStation 5 owners also get a new game to add to their library this month.

  • Maneater – Terrorize the sea as you control and evolve your own Shark! Become Jaws as you rip and tear into various sea creatures and humans to level up various perks and become the apex predator!

What do you think about this month’s PlayStation Plus releases to ring in the new year? Let us know in the comments below!

“Fortnite” Chapter 2 – Season 5 Is Here!

With the fall of Galactus in yesterday’s “Fortnite” event (Click here to watch it provided by IGN), Epic Games kicked off Season 5 of it’s Battle Royale franchise.

A new battle pass and yes folks, you can play as the Mandalorian himself, players can unlock new skins, new gliders, and new ways to earn V-Bucks. Prepare to take on new areas on the map along with familiar locations (TILTED TOWERS!) with new weapons such as Mando’s Amban Sniper Rifle.

Check out the trailer below!

The “Fortnite” Chapter 2 – Season 5 Battle Pass is now available for purchase for 950 Bucks (Which you can buy with $7.99, for 1000 V Bucks.)

Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 5 is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Mobile, and PC.

Rumor: PlayStation 5 Pro Inbound?

It is almost a month since the release of the PlayStation 5. Some players have successfully obtained one on release day, but others are either having a hard time getting to a store at the right time or are facing the terrors of bots and scalpers online.

However, there are reports inbound of a PlayStation 5 Pro. Mentioned by T3, there appears to be a Patent from Sony for the console to perform with two GPUS.

If this is the case, it could it be recommended for those who haven’t purchased the PlayStation 5 yet to aim towards the Pro upgrade itself?

Only time will tell.

What do you think? Let us know in the comments below!

Super Nintendo World Revealed!

Universal Studios Japan unveiled their next park attraction, Super Nintendo World!

Scheduled for a grand opening next year, February 4th, 2021, in Osaka, Japan, this attraction will feature a Nintendo Themed CafĂ©, a merch store, Bowser’s Castle, and a virtual Mario Kart-themed roller coaster which is accompanied via VR headsets!

Check out the video footage of the park below!

With the current state of the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Universal Studios Japan is working closely with health officials to make sure it’s safe for both staff and attendees.

Super Nintendo World is planned to open next year, February 4th, 2021.

DOOM Eternal For Nintendo Switch Gets Release Date!

After months since it’s release and news of the delay, DOOM Eternal for the Nintendo Switch is finally coming!

Check out the trailer below!

Nintendo Switch owners will finally get the chance to rip and tear through the demons of hell as the Doom Slayer while on the go!

DOOM Eternal releases digitally only on the Nintendo Store or retailers via digital code on December 8th. It is now available for the PlayStation 4, XBOX One, and PC.

PlayStation Plus Games – December 2020

November is almost at its end, which means new games in December to download and own for PlayStation Plus members.

Let’s see what the month has in store for PlayStation 4 owners:

  • Just Cause 4 – Taking place after the third game, you take control of Rico Rodriguez who is a man armed with a variety of weapons, vehicles and gadgets. The threat to take down this time is a dictator who has ownership of a machine that changes the weather and creates destructive storms.
  • Rocket Arena – From Electronic Arts, Rocket Arena is a 3v3 multiplayer game. Players take control of various heroes by knocking players off the map with rockets and other various abilities in a collection of modes the game offers.

PlayStation 5 owners got a chance to own Bugsnax for their brand new system this month, which means a new game is going to be available to add to the library.

  • Worms Rumble – The classic artillery series is coming to both the PlayStation 4 and 5. With modes such as Battle Royale and Deathmatch, 32 players can go head-to-head and compete on who is going to be Rank 1!

So which of these titles have caught your interest? Do you think this is a great way for PlayStation to end 2020? Let us know in the comments below!