Sony tried something a little different for their E3 conference this year, and while I imagine the first part was quite atmospheric for those in attendance, I don’t think it really worked that well for those watching at home – especially those outside the US.
As expected, the recent PlayStation Plus price increase which hit America late last year was finally announced for the UK and Europe this past Friday. Also as expected, some people aren’t very happy about it, with many on social media and gaming forums reacting with the now seemingly obligatory outrage and virtual pitchforks.
There’s been a lot of discussion recently – at least in the gaming world – about YouTube’s demonetisation spree, and how it is affecting lots of users and videos seemingly at random and for no obvious, logical reason.
There are several things people want to see in future PS4 firmware updates, some fairly major, others trivial. Some of those – such as external hard drive support – are coming in firmware 4.5. But there’s one thing which needs addressing which I’ve rarely if ever seen mentioned.
In one of the PlayStation Network sales over the Christmas period, I picked up The Bunker – a live-action game, similar to the FMV games of the 80s and 90s, such as Dragon’s Lair and Microcosm.