PlayStation Direct See PS5 at PS Direct Amazon See PS5 at Amazon GameStop See PS5 at GameStop Best Buy See PS5 at Best Buy Walmart See PS5 at Walmart Target See PS5 at Target Newegg See PS5 at Newegg Adorama See PS5 at Adorama StockX See PS5 at StockX Update: The PS5 Digital currently available at Best Buy, but you'll need to be quick (and lucky) to secure one. The regular PS5 already sold out after going live at Best Buy earlier today. Buy PS5 Digital at Best Buy Despite extremely impressive sales numbers , the PS5 remains difficult to find. More than a year has passed since launch, but the PlayStation 5 still isn't readily available on store shelves. With the holiday season in the rearview mirror, it seems that the PS5 is even more scarce than usual at the moment. We haven't seen very many restocks thus far in January, either … [Read more...] about PS5 Restock Tracker: The PlayStation 5 Digital Is Available At Best Buy
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Horizon Forbidden West developer Guerrilla Games says that Aloy is “going to have to prove herself all over again” in the upcoming sequel. Talking to GamingBible about both Horizon Zero Dawn and its upcoming sequel Horizon Forbidden West , narrative director at Guerrilla Ben McCaw explains how in the first game, Aloy went from being an outcast in the Nora tribe but goes on to "becoming the most important person in the world" to that same tribe. However, the Forbidden West being new to Aloy, and since it's "controlled by different tribes with different motivations," that means "she’s going to have to prove herself all over again," McCaw reveals. In contrast to Zero Dawn, which saw Aloy meeting several tribes during her journey, in Forbidden West, Aloy will focus on the Tenakth tribe. Not that this makes things any easier, as senior writer Anne Kitain explains in the same interview: "The Tenakth are three distinct clans, and they themselves have their own … [Read more...] about Horizon Forbidden West dev says Aloy will “have to prove herself all over again”
It appears you'll still be able to answer the Call of Duty on PlayStation in the future, despite Microsoft's pending acquisition of Activision Blizzard. Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer made the announcement just a few days after the acquisition was revealed, answering one of players' most-pressing questions. Speaking on Twitter, Spencer said Microsoft intends to "honor all existing agreements upon acquisition of Activision Blizzard and our desire to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation." Had good calls this week with leaders at Sony. I confirmed our intent to honor all existing agreements upon acquisition of Activision Blizzard and our desire to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation. Sony is an important part of our industry, and we value our relationship. — Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) January 20, 2022 There were questions regarding Call of Duty's position as an Xbox exclusive in the future, but Spencer's statement appears to put those to bed--at least for now. It's also possible … [Read more...] about Call Of Duty Will Still Release On PlayStation, Xbox Head Phil Spencer Says
The room shifts ever so slightly to the right, back to centre, then left and back again. Lightbulbs flicker above, then pop like bubble wrap. A child's xylophone plays a looping, unsettling melody against the omnipresent purr of a ship's engine somewhere in the distance. You ease tentatively down the red carpeted aisle of the lunch hall as its bloated patrons moan through contorted expressions and slump to the floor before you. When the closing 10 minutes of a horror game evokes everything from Greek mythology to the works of Guillermo del Toro, Tim Burton, Hunter S. Thompson, and Roald Dahl in one swoop, it's doing something right. Little Nightmares is bloody terrifying, right to the very end. "Ultimately, you're a small child in a wilderness not meant for children. And with that, everything is planned so meticulously on a design level, from the layout of levels, to movement patterns of enemies, the timing of scares, and audio cues," says Little Nightmares senior producer Lucas … [Read more...] about Creativity and risk are driving modern horror games – but where does the genre go next?
I spent most of my extended winter break playing The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Anniversary Edition. There are so many new games I could have played with that time, but the fact that I chose to spend it with Skyrim is a testament to how good the game is a decade after its release, and how different it is from modern RPGs. It's been about ten years since I last played Skyrim and last lost hundreds of hours wandering its mountain ranges and exploring its network of dank caves. But as soon as I boot up the anniversary edition on my PS5 I can feel the pull of its allure, made even more appealing by lightning-fast loading screens and higher quality visuals. Dragonborn wanderer In Skyrim, aimlessness is encouraged. Most modern RPGs seem hesitant to give players free time, choosing instead to offer up a barrage of side-quests straight out of the gate or crowd the world map with POIs. But Skyrim is very content to leave you alone, choosing to show most waypoints on just the compass in … [Read more...] about Why I spent my winter break playing Skyrim instead of any new game