Sony Outlines What PS4 Peripherals And Accessories Will Work With PS5

In a recent PlayStation blog post, it’s been announced that certain PS4 peripherals and accessories won’t work with Sony’s next-gen console. With that said, many people are confused right now when it comes to PS4 and PS5 compatibility. Continue reading “Sony Outlines What PS4 Peripherals And Accessories Will Work With PS5”

Ghost Of Tsushima Remains At The Top Of The UK Sales Chart For Third Week In A Row

Holding the top spot for three weeks in a row comes Sony and Sucker Punch Productions’ PS4 exclusive Ghost of Tsushima. Whether or not you are a fan of the current year samurai game, know that Destroy All Humans places in the top three on said chart as of the week ending August 1st, 2020. Continue reading “Ghost Of Tsushima Remains At The Top Of The UK Sales Chart For Third Week In A Row”

New State Of Play To Highlight PS4 And PS5 Games On August 6th, 2020

Sony Interactive Entertainment or SIE will host a brand new State of Play episode come August 6th, 2020, at 1:00 P.M. PT / 4:00 P.M. ET / 9:00 P.M. BST. This new episode will focus on third-party-published games coming to PS4 as well as showcasing content for PSVR. Continue reading “New State Of Play To Highlight PS4 And PS5 Games On August 6th, 2020”

Upcoming Video Games Releasing In August 2020 For PC, PS4, Xbox One, And Switch

Are you looking to get new games this month? If so, the August edition of the monthly series on OAG is here to inform you about the latest games to launch across PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Continue reading “Upcoming Video Games Releasing In August 2020 For PC, PS4, Xbox One, And Switch”

Star Wars: Squadrons’ Low Price Point Is Due To Scale And Value, Claims Blake Jorgensen

Given that publishers and developers are gearing up to increase prices moving into the “next-generation” of gaming, talk of $69.99 and $79.99 becoming the base price to purchase a new game is growing all the more prominent around the games industry. However, EA — a company on the ever-growing Traitors of America list — and Motive Studios are looking to ship Star Wars: Squadrons at almost half the standard price come this October. Continue reading “Star Wars: Squadrons’ Low Price Point Is Due To Scale And Value, Claims Blake Jorgensen”

Westminster Darkly Strategy Game Has Gamers Saving The U.K. From Grooming Gangs, Thugs

Westminster Darkly

The United Kingdom is lost. The real one. Thugs, violent migrants, useless coppers, rising knife crimes, and unfettered grooming gangs have turned the ones rich European nation into a hell-hole for degenerates and filth. Well, Studio Incorrect is giving gamers a chance to clean up Westminster by taking control of the neighborhood after a solar storm disabled all electronics in the area, and it’s called Westminster Darkly. Continue reading “Westminster Darkly Strategy Game Has Gamers Saving The U.K. From Grooming Gangs, Thugs”

Open Discussion: August 2nd, 2020

Each weekend OAG holds an Open Discussion for you to partake in that covers a wide variety of topics. That’s right, the first 2020 August Open Discussion is here, which allows you to discuss movies, conventions, TV shows and, of course, video games without any penalties or conversations being moved. Continue reading “Open Discussion: August 2nd, 2020”

Ghost of Tsushima: A Game That Substitutes European Values for Japanese

Inevitably this article will draw the ire of Ghost of Tsushima‘s most ardent admirers. There is no escaping that fate, so let us prelude this article with some answers to inevitable criticisms. Continue reading “Ghost of Tsushima: A Game That Substitutes European Values for Japanese”

Guilty Gear Strive To Release Across PC, PS4 And PS5 In Spring 2021

Arc System Works — a company on the Traitors of America list — announced that Guilty Gear Strive would be delayed to 2021 back on March 16th, 2020. As of recent, the company has announced that the stylized fighting game is set to make its debut next spring across PC, PS4, and PS5. Additionally, a new trailer showing off the game has arrived, revealing Leo Whitefang and series newcomer Nagoriyuki joining the fray. Continue reading “Guilty Gear Strive To Release Across PC, PS4 And PS5 In Spring 2021”

Soul Calibur VI To Gain Setsuka As DLC Come August 4th, 2020

Bandai Namco is still working on Soul Calibur VI, believe it or not. With that said, the busty Setsuka returns to the stage of history on August 4th, 2020, via DLC. Currently, the fighting game is out now and available to pick up across PC via Steam, PS4, and Xbox One. Continue reading “Soul Calibur VI To Gain Setsuka As DLC Come August 4th, 2020”

Patreon Loses Lawsuit Costing The Company Millions

If you haven’t been following the news, as reported on Cernovich.com, here is a quick recap of events that have lead to Patreon losing a court battle and now being forced to enter into arbitration with over a hundred backers: This all started when Patreon decided to deplatform conservative comedian Owen Benjamin. Continue reading “Patreon Loses Lawsuit Costing The Company Millions”

Netflix Is Turning Ubisoft’s Beyond Good And Evil Into A Movie

Netflix is looking to turn any IP in the games industry either into a TV series or a movie. Already, a plethora of video game to movie or TV adaptations are very much a thing on Netflix, and the company is partnering up with Ubisoft — who is on the Traitors of America list along with Netflix — to make Beyond Good and Evil a movie. Continue reading “Netflix Is Turning Ubisoft’s Beyond Good And Evil Into A Movie”

343 Industries In Damage Control Over Poor Reception to Halo Infinite’s Visuals

Legitimately, how hard is it to make a decent Halo game? Despite the grand levels the original trilogy reached, the core concept slash formula was never all that complex. All it was, was a modern, at the time, science-fiction take on the lone hero versus insurmountable odds genre that has pervaded gaming since its inception. Continue reading “343 Industries In Damage Control Over Poor Reception to Halo Infinite’s Visuals”

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