Ubisoft have a lot to follow up on after last year, including Beyond Good and Evil 2, Skull and Bones and a wealth of their traditional titles. What will the E3 Ubisoft Conference 2018 bring?
The E3 EA Conference 2018 was very much muted this year. Not a whole lot of things we haven’t seen. The whole delivery here appeared to be based around making as little fuss or promise as possible, while still trying to show off the newest games
Sony’s Playstation Experience is going on this weekend so they’ve been knocking out trailers all day. They’ve weaponised your sony nostalgia for the 90’s. Crash Bandicoot, Parappa The Rapper and Wipeout are back!
Overwatch is seemingly getting Halloween themed Lootboxes if the latest leak captured by commenters on Reddit is anything to go by.
The week starting September 25th has a whole host of FOX based comedies coming back, then the annualised games releases continue with Forza and FIFA. Some anticipated indie games like Clustertruck and Serial Cleaner give the scene a bit of Variety, whilst in Film, fictionalised biopics and weird comedy are there to round off the week.
This week we get so much TV, plenty of adventure games and some really weird movies. Check out your week in Pop Culture below!
Sony announces a revamp of the Playstation 4 Line-up. The presentation itself was very tech talk heavy, and for anyone watching on a stream, the visual effects are muted and lost in translation. In terms of hard facts and info, here’s what you need to know.
Check out a gallery of screencaps of PS4 Pro capable games.
Time for another round up of films, games and anything else that catches my eye, starting from Sunday 4th September.
Sony have confirmed that their Playstation Now subscription network will be expanding to Windows PCs, initially in Europe and then moving to North America. The System allows users with compatible devices to stream whole games, Netflix style, to their PC or laptop. This offers a new opportunity for many people to play PS3 and Vita games which they may have missed out on in the last console generation, without having to deal with emulation or any of the associated issues.