Category Archives: PS4
Project CARS is probably cancelled for the Wii U. However, it seems the team has lied about the title dating back nearly two years ago. Subscribe to PlayerEssence for more awesome content.
PlayStation and Xbox 360 fans can pick up the DLC Jaws of Hakkon for Dragon Age Inquisition today. Xbox One owners received this DLC on March 24th due to an exclusivity deal. Check out the trailer past the link.
“Destiny has been a sort of controversial game: comment sections are filled with hate for it. Yet it remains a popular game, despite being plagued by the ever-growing problem of lack of content. Does the second DLC pack fix this?”
CD Projekt RED will be patching The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt on Xbox One with a 30fps lock and bigger font size options. I’ve been playing The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt on Xbox One quite a bit and it is a solid title. These upcoming patches should make a good game even better. Via: NeoGAF
Capcom has announced that they will be remastering Resident Evil Zero in HD for the PS4, Xbox One, PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. A release is set for early 2016 for all the platforms listed above. Via: DualShockers
“Watch the Savage Road story trailer for Mad Max. In the Wasteland, a man with no wheels is a man with no hope.”
“Zen lays down what he believes is the real reasoning behind Slightly Mad Studios Wii U related announcement today. It’s an unpopular opinion, but that’s no reason to remain silent on the issue entirely.”
The latest Famitsu review scores are in. The Japanese publication gave high marks to The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt and Atelier Rorona Plus. Get the full review scores past the link.
There are a bunch of great gaming deals for the Memorial Day weekend. Check out a full list of the best deals below.
Shadow of the Eternals has went through two failed KickStarters and many thought the game was dead. However, that is not the case according to Quantum Entanglement Inc’s founder Dennis Dyack. Read what he had to say on the title below.
The Wii U version of Project Cars will likely be cancelled according to Slightly Mad Studios’ Ian Bell. In a series of posts on the official message board, Bell said the game is currently running at 23fps at 720p, which they aren’t happy with. Bell said they would have to scale down the graphics, or develop the game for the Nintendo NX.
Maximilian Dood is back with more gameplay of Mortal Kombat X. This time he takes a look at Reptile, who Max says is one of the hardest characters to use in the game.
Ultra Street Fighter 4 on PS4 is providing the complete experience to gamers. The game will only run you $24.99 and comes with all the DLC. This is in addition to the game running in native 1080p 60fps. Plus the PS4 version supports PS4 and PS3 FightSticks.
A rumor has cropped up that Sony might be planning to cut the price of the PS4 and PS Vita. On the official PlayStation retail loyalty site, where North American retail employees can sign up and win prizes or learn about new Sony products, there is currently a competition where employees can win PS4 and PS Vita consoles.
WholesomeGamer took a screenshot of the terms and conditions. And to their surprise, the retail values of the PS4 and PS Vita are changed. The PS4 retail value is at $349.00, while the PS Vita is only at $89.00. This could hint at price drops announced at E3 for both devices. However, this is a rumor, so we need to wait till E3 to find out for sure. Via: VGChartz, Source: WholesomeGamer
“A Kickstarter for Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night – a Castlevania inspired game by Koji Igarashi – has already hit $2.5 million.”
The Game Theorists are back with another episode of DeadLock! This time taking a look at the Dark Souls series.
9To5Gamers has released a new impressions video on The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt on PS4. He has a few gripes about the game, but still thinks it’s good.
Rob from Rule of 2 Review was excited for The Witcher 3, but the game has let him down so far. Hear his explanation for why past the link.
The official KickStarter for Bloodstained Ritual of the Night has teased a Wii U stretch goal if the funding hits $3 million. More details past the link.