When Sony announced the PlayStation Classic console, its response to the wildly successful NES and SNES Classics from Nintendo, it promised us 20 games, but didn’t give us the full slate. Instead, it teased us with only 5 games that made the cut, Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3, and Wild Arms. It could have released only 5 titles to help keep word of mouth going as people, like Andrew and me, speculate on what games will show up on the console when it launches in December, or it plans to drip feed us games until then as a way of keeping its marketing going. Or, it could be that they don’t yet know what the final list of games will be and are struggling, just as I am, from turning this system into a massive RPG box.
Month: September 2018
EZK and Andrew guess which titles we might see on the newly announced PlayStation Classic.
0:08 – What’s that weird new Pokemon in Pokemon Go?
18:12 – Which games will be on the Sony PlayStation Classic?
There was a Nintendo Direct this week. Let’s talk about that.
Season 2 of Iron Fist is only 10 episodes!
35:13 – Nintendo Direct postponed by major earthquake
46:52 – Gaming tournament tries new security procedures in wake of shooting
As is marmalade.
12:31 – Cyberpunk 2077 has a filthy, potty mouth
27:40 – Super nifty game jam challenges participants to make a game that removes a standard mechanic of its genre
35:45 – Nazi imagery removed from new survival game
48:20 – Sony’s reason for not enabling cross platform play is bunk
UPDATED: Its Back. Earlier today, CinemaSins, the channel dedicated to critiquing and over analyzing every single movie in existence, published its regularly scheduled sins video. This video was to sin the Warner Bros. distributed movie Annabelle: Creation. However, visitors to the popular movie critic Youtube channel were not given their weekly dose of movie sins. Instead, they were presented with the above copyright claim by Warner Bros. The text reads as follows:
This video contains content from MC for Warner Bros., who has blocked it on copyright grounds.