VGAs Had Announcements Cut

Surprising only a few, the VGAs were once again a massive dud. Yet leading into the event, insiders took to Twitter and Reset Era to unveil a lot of nothing but that they’d heard Sony and Microsoft both would have major announcements for the show. Not just the two juggernauts, but Konami and From Software both were said to be showcasing off their latest games, yet none made an appearance. Continue reading “VGAs Had Announcements Cut”

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Tops The UK Sales Chart Once Again

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is at the top spot of the UK sales chart yet again. Accompanying the Nintendo beast comes PGA Tour 2K21 and EA Sports UFC 4 filling second and third place as of the week ending August 22nd, 2020. Continue reading “Animal Crossing: New Horizons Tops The UK Sales Chart Once Again”

Ghost Of Tsushima: Legends To Bring Online Multiplayer For Free This Fall

Sony and Sucker Punch Productions are looking to extend the life of their current PS4 title Ghost of Tsushima, which will come in the form of a free update. This update will bring multiplayer support, allowing up to four people to play together this fall. Continue reading “Ghost Of Tsushima: Legends To Bring Online Multiplayer For Free This Fall”

Ghost Of Tsushima Was July’s Best-Selling Game In The U.S.

The U.S. NPD Group has released its chart for July regarding video games and sales. With that said, Sony and Sucker Punch Productions’ Ghost of Tsushima has topped said chart, meaning that it was the best selling game in the U.S. as of this year’s July. Continue reading “Ghost Of Tsushima Was July’s Best-Selling Game In The U.S.”

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”

Ghost Of Tsushima Tops The UK Sales Chart Once Again

Holding the top spot for the second week in a row comes Sony and Sucker Punch Productions’ PS4 exclusive Ghost of Tsushima. Although the game on the UK physical charts faced a 68% drop in sales week-over-week, the game seems to be beating out its counterparts on said chart as of the week ending July 25th, 2020. Continue reading “Ghost Of Tsushima Tops The UK Sales Chart Once Again”

Ghost Of Tsushima Beats Horizon: Zero Dawn’s PS4 Launch Record

In recent news, Sucker Punch Productions’ Ghost of Tsushima has beaten Horizon: Zero Dawn’s PS4 launch record. Right now, Ghost of Tsushima is available to pick up across the PS4 family of consoles. Continue reading “Ghost Of Tsushima Beats Horizon: Zero Dawn’s PS4 Launch Record”

No PS5 Pre-Orders Anytime Soon, According to Sony Marketing Head

Everyone is waiting for the big reveal on how much the next generation consoles are going to cost. Both manufacturers have, in spite of constant rumors of imminent announcements, stubbornly refused to reveal when they will reveal the price tag of their new hardware. All that is known is both next-generation consoles will feature two versions: A digital-only and a traditional console. Continue reading “No PS5 Pre-Orders Anytime Soon, According to Sony Marketing Head”

The Last Of Us: Part 2 Tops The U.S. NPD Games Chart

The U.S. NPD Group has released its chart for June regarding video games and sales (although there’s more to the “sales” story). With that said, Sony and Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us: Part 2 may have topped said chart, but it did not break Marvel’s Spider-Man September 2018 launch month record when it comes to a Sony-published game. Continue reading “The Last Of Us: Part 2 Tops The U.S. NPD Games Chart”

Playstation 5 Store Page Goes Live On Amazon

On Monday, for awhile many anticipated Sony would finally unveil the price tag on their next generation of consoles. Owing in large part to a now-retracted rumor, the hype reached a crescendo when with Amazon unveiling their Playstation 5 pre-order page store page. After several hours it became evident the price point was going to be revealed. At least for the day. Continue reading “Playstation 5 Store Page Goes Live On Amazon”

Sony Acquires 1.4 Percent Stake In Epic Games

In recent news, Sony has successfully acquired a $250 million or 1.4% stake in Epic Games — a company that’s now best known for Fortnite and the Unreal Engine. It is said that Epic Games will still be able to work with other developers and platforms moving forward. Continue reading “Sony Acquires 1.4 Percent Stake In Epic Games”

Last of Us 2 Falls to 4th Place During Second Week of Sales in Japan

Sony’s ongoing campaign of insulting detractors by asserting they are bigots while DMCAing content creators, does not appear to be having any success in preventing The Last of Us 2 sales from declining. As prior reported,  sales in the UK have declined by 80% in the game’s second week on the market. No word has emerged on how well sales figures are doing in the United States have been released. Continue reading “Last of Us 2 Falls to 4th Place During Second Week of Sales in Japan”

Sony’s Servers Responsible for Licenses and Transaction History Are Reportedly Breaking Down

What allows digital distribution to function is user’s security in knowing their purchases are protected and secure. Without this consumer confidence, digital distribution would not have grown into the billion-dollar industry it is today. For this reason alone, it is perplexing why Sony has not dealt with long persisting issues of some user’s purchases not being downloadable or re-downloadable, depending on the instance. Continue reading “Sony’s Servers Responsible for Licenses and Transaction History Are Reportedly Breaking Down”