Sony’s PS5: Future of Games showcase gave us a first look at the “radical” design of the console and a whole lot of games that are on the way.
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The Last of Us Part II sets out for a bold exploration of violence and revenge, but it lacks the subtlety needed to do its ideas justice.
I should admit a couple of things up front: I’ve never seen a single Predator…
Sony’s ‘PS5: The Future of Gaming’ presentation, scheduled for 8am on Jun 5 (NZST) will be the first Sony-led showcase of PlayStation 5 games.
We take the Iron Man VR demo out for a spin, and find delightful superhero wish fulfilment and exhilarating flight, but slightly clunky combat.
The PlayStation 5 controller, called DualSense, sports a new look, a ‘Create’ button, and—crucially, after PS4’s weakness in this area—strong battery life.
Nioh 2’s yokai-filled Sengoku setting brings plenty of pain, but a finely-tuned difficulty curve ensures triumph is always on the horizon.
MLB The Show 20 still offers a solid basedball simulation, but after last year’s major improvements, its minor tweaks are a little underwhelming.
Media Molecule’s Dreams truly lives up to its name, open the door to endless possibilities for the creation of games, films, and other digital art.