I hate to be that guy but The Last Of Us 2 was originally delayed indefinitely for a reason. Prior to all of this, a part of me took it as them wanting to polish the game further. Yeah, we had the Covid-19 pandemic, but most game dev delayed their game for a month to two months at least, I don’t recall anyone indefinitely delaying their game indefinitely because of the pandemic. After the leak to place, next thing you know, it turns gold. Doesn’t that strike you as odd?
Sony has announced that they’ve caught the person responsible for the worst gaming leak in video game history. And as it turns out the Last of Us 2 leaker is not in-house as we’ve been lead to believe from the rumours and speculation.
Sony Pictures is working on a One Punch Man. You know sometimes I feel like the anime gods have forsaken us for allowing this to even happen in the first place. Ever since we committed the sin of Dragon Evolution, Hollywood seems to be out for blood!
So, there’s talk on the…actually I won’t lie, I saw this tweet from Chris Kohler, Feature Editor at Kotaku that made the claim that Final Fantasy 7’s boss “the Scorpion” was too challenging to deal with. I poked fun at it on Twitter but afterwards I started thinking about it more and realized that we may see an influx of this sentiment from people within the gaming industry.
Finally after months of calling, they answered the call. The new Ghostbusters: Afterlife – Official Trailer (2020) is here and it actually looks decent.
Yep, you read the title right! And no, of course I’m not implying that if you don’t get or understand Kojima’s latest game, Death Stranding, it implies that you lack the mental capacity to comprehend the game. This however, is one of the many statements made about the game to justify or defend Death Stranding’s recent polarizing reviews that have come out.
After months of pondering on what the heck Death Stranding might be, we finally got some tiny bit of Intel that may have shed some light on what this game is going to be all about.
So the world of movie comics is in a bit of shook over the whole Disney/Sony ordeal, with most of the fans blaming Sony for being greedy. However, like all things in life, not everything is as black and white as they want you to think!
Now this was unexpected. Despite the success of both the spider-man movies under Marvel, Sony and Disney have decided to cut ties, which in turns means that Spider-Man is out of the MCU and will no longer make anymore appearance, for now at least.