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  • God of War, Judgment, and Red Dead Redemption 2 Coming to PlayStation Now in July 2021

    A lot of great games are joining the PlayStation Now lineup.

    Sony announced a number of great titles that are joining PlayStation Now starting for July 2021. Hey, that's this month! The following six titles will be added to PlayStation Now starting on July 6.

    The games being added include Red Dead Redemption 2, God of War, Nioh 2, Judgment, Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, Moving Out, and NASCAR Heat 5. Alright, so they aren't all top-tier titles, but you can't deny that the...
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  • God of War 2 Pushed to 2022, Planned for PS5 and PS4

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    God of War 2 Pushed to 2022, Planned for PS5 and PS4

    This was not entirely unexpected.

    Sony just announced that the sequel to 2018's God of War has been delayed until some time in 2022. Not only that, but they confirmed that the game will be coming to both the PlayStation 5 and the PlayStation 4.

    Herman Hulst, the head of PlayStation Studios, shared the news via the PlayStation Blog just a short time ago today. This was revealed along with a few other tidbits of information via a mini Q&A on the future of PlayStation...
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  • God of War Getting a PlayStation 5 Patch for 4K at 60fps

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    God of War Getting a PlayStation 5 Patch for 4K at 60fps

    The best just got better.

    My undisputed 2018 Game of the Year, God of War, is about to get a little more visually appealing. That is assuming you have a PlayStation 5. One of the PlayStation 4's best titles is getting a next-gen upgrade tomorrow, February 2, 2021. Sony and Santa Monica Studio are releasing a free PlayStation 5 optimized patch for God of War.

    This patch will allow you to play the game at a default framerate of 60fps along with a default resolution of 4K....
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  • Ghost of Tsushima Update Adds God of War, Bloodborne, and Other Costumes

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    Ghost of Tsushima Update Adds God of War, Bloodborne, and Other Costumes

    New outfits are available for a limited time.

    Sucker Punch is offering some free unlockable costumes based on other PlayStation IPs for Ghost of Tsushima: Legends. These outfits will be unlockable simply by playing any Story or Survival mission with each class. The catch here is that the outfits will be unlockable only until January 15, 2021.

    The costumes that you can unlock are from various Sony properties such as God of War, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Shadow of the Colossu...
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  • Kratos is Coming to Fortnite

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    Kratos is Coming to Fortnite

    Yes, THAT Kratos.

    The next major tie-in coming to Fortnite was just confirmed moments ago. Though the current Season 5 features the likes of Mandalorian and Baby Yoda, there is still more to come to the ever popular battle royale experience. The next chapter seems to include Kratos. Yes, God of War's Kratos.

    The image was first posted by a data miner via Twitter. Since then it has been confirmed that Kratos will be a new skin available, probably only for those who want...
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  • The Last of Us Part II Becomes Sony's Largest Launch Ever

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    The Last of Us Part II Becomes Sony's Largest Launch Ever

    Trolls outraged their salt couldn't prevent the inevitable.

    Sony announces that The Last of Us Part II is now their fastest-selling first-party PlayStation 4 exclusive ever. The game sold more than 4 million copies as of June 21. This colossal figure is more than 700,000 units higher than the previous record holder for Sony, Marvel's Spider-Man. For added comparison, Spider-Man had sold 3.3 million units during its launch window and the now third-place title, God of War, had sold 3.1...
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  • Assassin's Creed: Valhalla Announced

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    Assassin's Creed: Valhalla Announced

    New trailer coming April 30.

    Ubisoft officially announced that their next entry in the Assassin's Creed franchise is called Assassin's Creed: Valhalla. I hear tale that various people throughout history, typically of the viking variety, are awaited there. Perhaps you are one of them?

    Ubisoft made the announcement of just the title earlier in the day on the 29th. The actual world reveal, which should include the first ever trailer premiere, will occur on April 30 at 8AM...
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  • New PlayStation 4 Commercial Says 'It's Time to Play'

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    New PlayStation 4 Commercial Says 'It's Time to Play'

    Would you like to play a game?

    If ever there was a commercial that showcases just how close video game characters are to the uncanny valley, this is it. But like, who wouldn't want to shave with Kratos's axe? ...
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  • Days Gone Outperforms God of War in Japan

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    Days Gone Outperforms God of War in Japan

    Something something "but people are tired of zombie games" something something.

    According to reports passed along to the public by Benji-Sales on Twitter, launch week sales of Days Gone has surpassed both God of War and Horizon Zero Dawn in Japan.

    According to the report, Days Gone sold over 114,000 units in Japan in its first week of availability. In comparison, Horizon Zero Dawn sold about 116,500 units in its first week. God of War came up well short in the...
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  • God of War Won the 22nd Annual DICE Awards

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    God of War Won the 22nd Annual DICE Awards


    The headline reads that God of War won all of the 22nd annual DICE awards as if they took home every award at the show. Well, the game and the team at Sony Santa Monica kind of, almost did precisely that.

    Much like our very own and very prestigious game of the year, DICE also determined that God of War was the best game of 2018. In total, God of War won nine different awards at the show. The only other game to take home more than one award last night was Celeste, which won two...
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  • 2018 Games of the Year

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    2018 Games of the Year


    A week or two ago I took you through some of the games I felt were the worst video games in 2018. There were a variety of reasons included for why those games made that list, ranging from the games just being broken to the games just being boring.

    Today, we're going in the opposite direction. Today, we are going to look at some of the best games of 2018. The list, with one exception is in no real particular order. I will try to keep it brief since this is probably already a...
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  • You Spent Over $43 Billion on Video Games in 2018

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    You Spent Over $43 Billion on Video Games in 2018


    According to The NPD Group, consumers spent over $43 billion on video games throughout 2018. That marks an 18% increase over 2017 spending. There are a couple of important notes about this. This figure is for both software and hardware. It also does not take into account digital sales since the NPD cannot reliably track digital sales figures.

    The best selling title of the year was Red Dead Redemption 2. The second and third best selling titles in 2018 were Call of Duty: Black...
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  • The Game Awards Doubles Viewership in 2018

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    The Game Awards Doubles Viewership in 2018

    The Game Awards for 2018 apparently doubled its viewership to 26.2 million livestreams. This is up from 2017's 11.5 million livestreams. There were 1.13 million concurrent viewers watching The Game Awards on Twitch during its peak.

    Be sure to click the link above for even more news including the world premiere trailers and award winners from this year's show. The above photo are the God of War developers and actors accepting the Game of the Year award at this year's show. T...
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  • A Recap of Winners from The Game Awards 2018

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    A Recap of Winners from The Game Awards 2018

    In case you missed The Game Awards this past Thursday, you missed out on a lot of new game reveals. More importantly, you missed out on the main focus of the show, the awards!

    Fortunately for you, I have a full recap of the winners here. Right off the bat, you'll want to know that God of War won the Game of the Year award. It actually came as quite the surprise given how most of the other awards went to Red Dead Redemption 2. The Esports Athlete of the Year went to the always...
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  • Fortnite Crowned Game of the Year at 2018 Golden Joystick Awards

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    Fortnite Crowned Game of the Year at 2018 Golden Joystick Awards

    The annual Golden Joystick Awards gave out their annual awards this past Friday. None other than Fortnite took home the honors of being crowned the Game of the Year for 2018. Fortnite managed to beat out the competition in a year that included God of War and Red Dead Redemption 2 as part of the nominations. Ignoring the seemingly insignificant detail that Fortnite came out in 2017, the fact remains that the Golden Joystick Award winners are voted on by people like you and me. There's no ...
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