PlayStation E3 Experience

The 2018 Sony PlayStation E3 Experience – A Little Slow, But Lots of Flute

“A lot of walking in these games.” I said to Andy Burns, as we sat, taking in Sony’s 2018 Playstation E3 Experience at Scotiabank Theatre in Toronto, “but you know what there isn’t enough of?”

“Flutes.” He said, and we both chuckled.

In the Game: ‘Bravo Team’ for the PSVR Misses its Target

I haven’t used my PlayStation VR headset much since I reviewed Supermassive Games’ ‘The Inpatient’ back in January, so it only seems fitting that my latest review would be the next installment from that same developer, the first-person VR shooter ‘Bravo Team.’

In The Game: ‘Bleed 2’ Is Short, But Packs a Punch!

Bleed 2 is a fast-paced, fluid, pixel-drawn run-and-gun style game that performs well, somewhere between a platformer and a twin-stick shooter. It’s a fun but difficult adventure that has some great pros, but also some cons. 

Gran Turismo: Sport – Great racing, but feels a bit empty.

One issue I’ve had with Gran Turismo on the whole is that it always felt too serious. You needed to practically BE a race car driver to understand exactly how … Continue reading Gran Turismo: Sport – Great racing, but feels a bit empty.

‘MLB The Show 17’ Review: Small Improvements Make This Great Game Even Better

Every year when The Show comes out, I follow the same routine: Create a new player from scratch and head into Road to the Show. This year, my mountain-man bearded, 6’4″, … Continue reading ‘MLB The Show 17’ Review: Small Improvements Make This Great Game Even Better

Sony’s best E3 Conference yet – Exclusives, Reboots, Remasters and VR!

Burns and I got the VIP treatment at the Scotiabank Theater last night in Toronto at the 2016 Playstation E3 Experience, and we couldn’t have asked for a better event. … Continue reading Sony’s best E3 Conference yet – Exclusives, Reboots, Remasters and VR!