A lot of really talented folks stopped by to write posts at the ol’ PlayStation.Blog this year, and we’ve invited a bunch of them back to share digital versions of their teams’ holiday cards with all of you. There’s some quality stuff in here!
Phew, that’s a wrap on PSX 2017! We’ve been awfully busy for the past few days. We didn’t want to leave our loyal Blogcast listeners hanging, though, so we made time (and wrangled one very special guest!) to record an on-location episode for you. Enjoy!
Accounting Plus (Accounting+) is a NIGHTMARE ADVENTURE COMEDY by Crows Crows Crows, designed with Squanch Games for PS VR. Right this instant I can reveal to you that you’ll be able to play it at PlayStation Experience in Anaheim. And more than that: it is a good game. It brings happiness and joy to those who reside in it. Just look at the following happy creatures who inhabit it’s many realities.
We know, we know, we’ve been bad on the podcast front lately. But today, we attempt to make up for it! One week before PlayStation Experience in Anaheim, CA, we welcome a brand-new member of the PlayStation Blogcast team — Kristen Titus! Then we delve into my experiences with The Evil Within 2, one of my personal favorites of 2017.
We’re finally back! On today’s show, Ryan and Justin return to the studio after a busy month leading into Paris Games Week. With the hustle and bustle behind them, Justin shares his final thoughts on the showcase, from the delightful surprise of Spelunky 2 to the gorgeous new story told in Concrete Genie.
Are you a big fan of fishing, but don’t want to wait for hours for a fish to take the bait? Fishing Master, a fishing sim that releases exclusively for PlayStation VR on October 24, has a free demo that launched today, and it’s sure to reel in gaming enthusiasts big and small.
Fishing Master skips the worst parts of fishing—waking up early, being really cold, sitting around doing nothing for long stretches of time, third-degree sunburn—and focuses instead on the best part: the battle of man versus fish.
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