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Showing posts from December, 2017

Fallout 4 VR Available Now on Steam

Bethesda is betting fairly big on virtual reality. They have developed VR versions of their most popular releases (Doom, Skyrim and now Fallout 4). Whether this is from Bethesda believing in the future of VR or just something that has spawned from partnering up with VR companies like Oculus and PlayStation, remains to be seen. As it stands right now, Fallout 4 VR is exclusive to PC whereas Doom and Skyrim have had their VR offerings expand to PlayStation VR as well.
Fallout 4 VR is now available on Steam. Let us know what you think of it in the comments!

Behind the Scenes with Spiderman on PS4

Insomniac's new Spiderman game is looking sick! My own fanboyishness happens to be very difficult to contain my excitement. One, I'm a huge fan of nearly everything that Insomniac has made (*side glance at Ratchet: Deadlocked*) and two, this game has Marvel deeply involved in the making, so it has to be perfect! Okay, might be letting my fanboy run a little too wild...
Anywhom, just check out the video and follow us on Facebook and the YouTubes.

Shadow of the Colossus PS4 Pro Performance Trailer

Shadow of the Colossus originally released back on the PlayStation 2 and who knew that it would live on as an evergreen title for Sony. Seems like it gets plucked to the forefront whenever they want to really showcase their technical prowess.
And of course, with the Xbox One X releasing and bringing even higher fidelity to home consoles, Sony has tasked their teams to really push what the PS4 Pro can do. Enter Shadow of the Colossus! Remastered (yet again) for the PS4 (let's face it, they are trying to sell you a Pro) and the PS4 Pro!
Running at 60 frames per second and now featuring an all new Cinematic Mode for those who want to prove how amazing they are in game.

MediEvil Remastered Coming to PlayStation 4

During Sony's PlayStation Experience Conference yesterday, Shawn Layden revealed that the PlayStation team was hard at work bringing MediEvil back with a remaster of the original game for the PS4. Some good ole fashioned action-adventure gameplay for the modern era. Are you excited?
Check us out on Facebook and YouTube for our upcoming events and shows with a new partner Dire Halflings Gaming!

Mega-Man Coming to Monster Hunter World

Capcom announced that the iconic blue bomber, Mega-man, is being added to the upcoming release of Monster Hunter World. The announcement came from the PlayStation Experience Conference that is taking place in California this weekend. According to the video trailer released, he'll be your sidekick while adventuring everywhere.

Monster Hunter World releases January 26th, 2018 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Gran Turismo Sport Races to the Top of the Sales Charts

Gran Turismo isn't new to pushing the limits of what a Racing game can do. Consistently selling tens of millions of units throughout the individual installments life span's. So, it shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone that the latest addition to the legendary franchise; has pushed nearly a million units according to reports coming out of VGChartz. In addition to the huge spike in sales for the week ending Oct. 21st, 2017, the game helped push the PlayStation 4 above 310,000 units and brought the total number of PlayStation 4's sold lifetime to 65,747,239 units.
Now these numbers also come in a month before the heated Black Friday/Cyber Monday shopping days in November. So it'll be interesting to just how much of an impact those days have, plus the special PlayStation VR bundle that released for the holiday season.

Of course, keep in touch as we ramp up production on the J1ML channel on YouTube and Facebook. Along with our newest partnership with Dire Halflings G…

EA Losing Big on Star Wars Battlefront 2

EA is having one hell of a time, for all the wrong reasons, with the release of Battlefront 2. It has been reported that EA has lost $3.1 billion in stock value following the backlash to the implementation of lootboxes. And continues to see the player base pushing back against the "pay-to-grind" system out in place throughout the game.
Most are saying that free to play games can get away with asking players to spend money on cosmetic items or unlockable characters, but they are free to play. They aren't asking $60+ on their product and then handing you a slot machine where you hope to gain the item you're actually after while aggressively pushing you to spend your money on "chances".
Battlefront is not the only game to have this setup, but it is the biggest licensed product and has the ever watchful eye of Disney gazing on it. So of course, Battlefront 2 blew up in the news. However, Destiny 2 from the good ole boys at Bungie and Activision have their own …