Donald Trump has been proudly discussing the United States’ contribution to defence efforts in Northern Europe…by announcing the delivery of aircraft that only exist in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
Nintendo‘s Switch console has eclipsed the lifetime sales of the Wii U in Japan after less than 12 months on sale.
As we dust off the mince pie crumbs and get back to work, it’s time to take stock of exactly where 2017 left us. We had the release of (possibly) the best game ever, the release of the most powerful console ever and the release of Chun Li‘s worst facelift ever.
Early December 2016 saw the Playstation Experience (PSX) stage show where Sony brought everyone up to date with the latest goings on in all things Playstation. The PSX 2017 Conference tho? Nah.
Sony has used their event at the Paris Games Week to show off new games and a closer look at some of those already announced. We’ve got the biggest announcements for your perusal right here:
The Tokyo Games Show kicks off later this week, but Sony have already hosted their PlayStation Conference and we’ve got all the biggest announcements right here:
Everybody’s Golf makes its PlayStation 4 debut and once again tries to make golf accessible to all.
Another day, another hope of cross-platform gaming on Playstation dashed.
Sony are offering a 15 month PS Plus subscription for the cost of 12 months before prices rise next month.
The PS Plus price increase, announced last week, has caused much uproar. But Sony aren’t the first company to court controversy when it comes to gamers and their money. Let’s have a look at some of the other pricing scandals to have hit gaming: