Archive for category PS3
Welcome back to another episode of the podcast. We’ve actually got a decent amount of news this week along with the release of The Witness. We haven’t all had a chance to spend too much time with the game, so we can’t really get into that much. I’m sure next episode Isli will have a lot to say about it.
The Division beta was over the weekend, and while I didn’t get into the beta, I did watch a few streams on twitch. It seems interesting, just unfortunate that there wasn’t much content. Rumors have it that there will be another beta this month that’s hopefully an open beta that way they can better stress test their servers before launch.
Did any of you get into the beta? I saw a lot of people on my friends list playing. If you did let us know what you thought of it in the comments below!
Here is February’s PS+ Line-up! Much better when compared to the weaker month we had in January. There are some great titles all around, including a fun co-op isometric shooter, an excellent fighter, and good racing game.
After three long years of waiting, Yakuza 5 has finally been released in North America for PlayStation 3! Yes, it has been that long, but the wait was worth it. Right from the start you can tell that the switch to a new engine has really been great for the game – everything looks and feels more vibrant, more alive. Those of you that played Yakuza 4 are in for a treat since the story for Yakuza 5 picks up soon after the events of the previous game in the long-running series.
Baseball Riot is the direct sequel of Tennis in the Face, a physics-based puzzle release. I purchased Tennis in the Face when it was on sale last year, and I had a LOT of fun playing all the levels and getting all its trophies!
In Baseball Riot, 10tons software let go of the Tennis Player, and are now telling the story of Gabe Carpaccio, a retired baseball player who got a “ball to the knee” and is now on his a quest to save his team from the power of Explodz, an evil drink everyone is addicted to.
Take note that this game is Cross-Buy, and that means a single purchase unlocks the PS4 and Vita versions!