Persona 5R and Persona 5S Finally Revealed by Atlus

After months of waiting and teasers that tease more teasers, Atlus finally revealed what exactly Persona 5R and Persona 5S will be. On April 24, Atlus released a Japanese trailer showing Persona 5 Royal, an updated deluxe version of the original hit JRPG. The very next day, they revealed that Persona 5S is in factContinue reading “Persona 5R and Persona 5S Finally Revealed by Atlus”

2017 Has Been Gaming’s Greatest Year

There really has been something for everyone this year. I think we can all set aside our differences (just for once maybe), and take a look back and marvel at how jam-packed 2017 was with excellent gaming memories. I’d even go as far as to say 2017 has been the best year to be aContinue reading “2017 Has Been Gaming’s Greatest Year”

Undertale Coming to PS4

The 2015 indie darling Undertale is making its way to PS4 and PS Vita this summer. New localizations, including Japanese, are available. It can be purchased on the online Playstation Store. However, two physical copies will be available. The standard edition comes with the game and an art book. The collectors edition will feature the game,Continue reading “Undertale Coming to PS4”

Final Fantasy XV PS4 Pro Patch Arriving in Next Update on 21/2

In the Final Fantasy XV Active Time Report stream, it has been announced that the Final Fantasy XV PS4 Pro patch will be arriving in the next update for the game on 21st February. The much anticipated patch for the game will bring 1080p and 60fps to the PS4 Pro. As well as this, theContinue reading “Final Fantasy XV PS4 Pro Patch Arriving in Next Update on 21/2”

How Money Is Destroying Our Video Gaming Experience

I was hugely excited to play Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. Having been a massive fan of the franchise since its inception, I had expected the initial entry in the series reboot: Human Revolution, to let me down. Despite some of the video game’s flaws, it captured the essence of what a Deus Ex game was; the music, the story, the gravelly voicedContinue reading “How Money Is Destroying Our Video Gaming Experience”

Sony’s 2016 Tokyo Game Show Conference Abridged

Over the waters in the land of the rising sun, Sony kicked off the Tokyo Game Show with a press conference. Just days after quite a mixed reception from the PS4 Pro and PS4 Slim reveal, Sony take to the stage to talk games, with a Japan-centric twist. Below is an abridged list of theContinue reading “Sony’s 2016 Tokyo Game Show Conference Abridged”

PS4 Latest Software Update 4.00 Available Now

Sony’s next major PS4 firmware update 4.00 is now available for download across the world. Expect the 312MB update to pop up next time you turn on your console. In the wake of the PS4 Pro and PS4 Slim announcements, Sony has beefed up the magic behind the hardware to enable support of some of theContinue reading “PS4 Latest Software Update 4.00 Available Now”

Sony Announces the PS4 Pro

Sony’s Andrew House has announced the highly anticipated PS4 Pro, formerly known as the PlayStation Neo. This new console will be, as House suggested, designed for the more “discriminating player,” and will offer upgraded hardware that is still fully functional with all current PS4 games. The console boasts an upgraded GPU, a boosted clock rate,Continue reading “Sony Announces the PS4 Pro”