Having spend several hours with a pre-release version of Destiny on PS4, my sense is that Bungie’s vision is no less than a complete rethink of how multiplayer shooters work. Destiny is a deconstruction and reconstruction of a genre that has languished in sterile matchmaking lobbies for far too long.
Watch_Dogs is squarely in the spotlight this week as Ryan shares his hands-on experiences with Ubisoft Montreal’s PS4 powerhouse, as well as a new interview with the creative director Jonathan Morin. Plus: We share next week’s new game releases, a slew of voicemails, letters, and more!
A short, late show (sorry!) this week as half the team is wracked by sickness and general poor health. Nonetheless! We celebrate the cold, clammy embrace of Tuesday’s PS4 release Octodad: Dadliest Catch, catch up on inFAMOUS Second Son’s groundbreaking Photo Mode and FEZ’s mindbending puzzle design, share an incredibly valuable Dark Souls II listener tip and reveal those coveted new releases for Tuesday, April 22nd.
Hi guys! I’ve got a quick update to share with you. Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc. just announced that PS4 has cumulatively sold through more than 7.0 million units globally as of April 6th, 2014. PS4 software sales are another bright spot, with more than 20.5 million copies sold at retail and PlayStation Store worldwide as of April 13th, 2014.
Today we’re really happy to announce a trio of brand new PS Vita games from our JAPAN Studio: Soul Sacrifice Delta, an expanded edition of last year’s acclaimed dark fantasy adventure; dystopian action RPG Freedom Wars; and stunning JRPG Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines.
PlayStation’s World Wide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida joins us for this week’s epic show, dishing out his thoughts on Dark Souls II, Project Morpheus, and his current favorite games. Plus: New details on MLB 14 The Show on PS4, next week’s new releases and much more. Buy now!
Child of Light comes to PS3 and PS4 on April 30th in North America, and we’ve got a new interview with writer Jeffrey Yohalem. Plus: New releases for April 8th, 2014, South Park: Stick of Truth talk and much more.
Alone, unprepared, and unarmed, Amanda Ripley is forced to match wits with death itself in Alien: Isolation. The Creative Assembly’s deeply immersive and fanatically detailed survival-horror game returns to the roots of the Alien film franchise — no pulse rifles or space marines here, just you, your wits, and the galaxy’s most feared predator.