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Just 1 More Interview: Courtagonist

First off, I just wanted to thank you for doing this. Could be considered a little unorthodox to handle an interview this way, but I also figure it's easier. To add some backstory before diving into the interview all at once; you and I met during the All Your Show days WAAAAAY back in the olden days of 2011 or so. Back when we were writing, acting and “producing” original videos in addition to video game reviews. And I must say that you were so incredible to work with. Your personality made everything so enjoyable and fun and I always wished that we would have been able to join back up and work on new projects, but after everything dissolved, we all just went our separate ways. But anywho, that’s in the past and now you’ve got your own website while being a teacher. So let's get to it!
Jeff -What inspired you to launch the site or were there other reasons that fed that fire to launch “A Cozy Guide to Mysteries”? Did your experience with All Your Show help fuel the passion to cre…

Batman: The TellTale Series (PS4) Review

Let me start off by saying that I'm a huge fan of almost anything TellTale does. They had me hooked with the first Walking Dead season countless years ago. And I finally got to dive into their newest adventure, Batman!

First thing I noticed was that the game tends to be choppy. Like, unable to not see that it's choppy (chapter 5 is the worst by far) and it pulls away from the experience. However, the story, the graphics and the gameplay help bring the experience back together in a nice fit bow. The biggest gripe I think I have with TellTale games overall is the lack of difficulty on display. While I'm not a fan of losing/dying in games, I never really feel like I'm even bothered to try. I believe I died maybe twice during the entire span of playing.

That being said, the story is incredible and takes a new spin on several mainstays of the Batman's lore/universe. The player takes up the mantle of Bruce Wayne, a.k.a. Batman and you must decide how to handle situation…

God of War Launching April 20th 2018

Sony has finally announced the release date of God of War for PS4! April 20th, 2018 is the official release date for the franchise's soft "re-boot". Along with the news of the release date, Sony also confirmed that several special editions will be made available as well as special pre-order bonus skins for the Kratos' in-game shield.

In addition to the skins for the shield, if you pre-order through GameStop or EBGames (in Canada) you will receive some additional perks:
Increase XP gainIncrease Hacksilver gainIncrease ability to trigger perks
Now for the special editions themselves:

The 9’’ statue was crafted by our team in collaboration with the incredible folks at Gentle Giant. The cloth map is a unique companion to your journey, and an art piece on its own. The Huldra Bros carvings pack as much detail as their personas do in game. Just a few of the highlights, not to mention the digital items as well!
Available in the US and Canada only, this edition includes everyth…

Official Paul George Nike PlayStation Shoes

Nike, Paul George and Sony have announced a collaboration on some new high-tech foot wear. Some shoes that are licensed by Sony, donning the PlayStation themes, designed by Nike for the Paul George's line of shoes, dubbed PG2. These shoes have the iconic colors and patterns of the PlayStation brand.

One tongue has the PS logo and the other has the Paul George logo, both light up and have a 150 hour battery life. The batteries are not rechargeable, so if you get them, be cautious on how long you have the lights on. There is a button you can press that will turn the lights on and off. There is also a vibration that occurs when you turn the lights on and off. Kinda cool.

The shoes are probably going to be limited, but they will go on sale soon at $110. Get yours as soon as you can.

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PlayStation Totaku Figures Announced

Sony has announced a toy line called Totaku which feature iconic PlayStation characters (and some third party icons that are BASICALLY synonymous with PlayStation). And before you cry out that Sony is copying Nintendo's Amiibo toys. Hold on. Totaku is more copying the World of Nintendo toy line.

You see, these figures don't appear to have NFC (near field communication) tech under the hood...well...stands. These are strictly toys. Collectible toys, that Sony licensed to ThinkGeek (a GameStop company) to manufacture and sell.

Totaku Collection goes on sale in March and the figures are $9.99 a piece. I will definitely be getting Kratos, Sackboy, Crash and the Bloodborne Hunter.

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Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Open Beta Trailer

Square-Enix and Sony have announced the official open beta details for Dissidia Final Fantasy NT for the PS4. Apparently each session of the beta will feature different characters as well. The sessions list is posted below:
From Friday, January 12 at 6a, PT to Monday, January 15 at 1pm PTFrom Monday, January 15 at 2pm PT to Thursday, January 18 at 1pm PTFrom Thursday, January 18 at 2pm PT to Sunday, January 21 at 1pm PT

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT releases for the PlayStation 4 on Jan. 30th in North America and Europe.