Ladies and gentlemen, we’ve prepared a superb sampling of video game greatness for you this week. Interviews on Far Cry 5 and The Sims 4, chatter about Destiny 2 and Undertale, yet another update on Darkest Dungeon (really), and even a few throwbacks to our favorite fighting games.
Enjoy the show!
The doubly evil Ultron Sigma has snatched two of the six Infinity Stones, and used their supreme power to fuse the Marvel and Capcom universes. Now it’s up to iconic heroes from both sides to reclaim the stones and retake reality. Welcome to Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite on PS4.
The last time I played The Sims, I was in high school. That was unnervingly close to 20 years ago, and a lot has changed. But the heart of The Sims 4 remains the same: to build. To tell stories. To celebrate the eccentricities we all have. And to turn our whole world into a game. The Sims 4 continues that long tradition on PS4, and it does so with surprising aplomb.
Almost everything from the PC version appears on PS4. That includes years of DLC, updates, and ghosts. Sim ghosts, but still impressive! For those looking for a content-rich, feature-complete experience, this is it.
New to The Sims? Come prepared to make choices. The Sims 4 encourages experimentation and procrastination in equal measure. Spend hours creating a whole family in game, or building a dream home brick by brick. Micro-manage every bathroom break and block party, or focus on building a career. Make friends, find love, have children, and watch them grow. Everything is on the table.
Our own Gillen McAllister from PlayStation.Blog EU speaks to one of the minds behind Star Wars Battlefront II and the recently detailed Starfighter Assault mode.
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