Today, Sony announced the full game lineup to the recently announced PlayStation Classic. Last month, Sony announced the system, to be released in December, but only revealed 5 of the promised 20 games. Those five were Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3, and Wild Arms. This led to wide speculation on the part of fans on what games would make up the other 15. Of course, Andrew and I made our predictions/wishes on what they would be. Let’s see how we stacked up to the official reveled list of 15 additional games.
Month: October 2018
A lot of things happened this week. A lot of them were silly.
2:10 – ASA rules that Spotify’s horror movie spoof ad is too scary for kids
17:55 – Ubisoft Massive COO shies away from the politics in its Tom Clancy game
39:53 – Mortal Engines director has gross views on women in books/movies
1:00:08 – Luke Cage cancelled too
1:11:08 – Zen Studios censors pinball table
We’ve played none of the Senran Kagura games. But that’s not going to stop us from talking about them!
22:22 – No Season 3 for the Immortal Iron Fist
38:05 – Publisher cites new Sony policy to explain censorship of new Senran Kagura game
50:46 – The Brazilian government is investigating Valve for hosting a racist beat-’em-up on Steam
59:47 – Sony is finally going to allow gamers to change their PSN IDs
1:07:30 – Nintendo making fun little tweaks to its Online Service NES games
Another solo show where Andrew yammers on about cartoons, music and video games.
Nintendo and Sony both listened to their fans. How about that?
22:36 – LEGO Worlds for Switch requires subscription to Nintendo’s online service to download free DLC
28:13 – Sony enables cross platform play for Fortnite; is disgustingly disingenuous about it
35:14 – Nintendo gives 6 month grace period before deleting your cloud saves if your subscription lapses
41:31 – Listening to fan feedback, Valve rename’s Artifact’s ‘Crack the Whip’ card
48:50 – Mario Odyssey art book shows Bowsette was a thing before the internet made it a thing