PlayStation Stories

Finally an update on Hot Shots Golf for PS4.

If you've been a listener of the PSVG Podcast you're well aware of my love for the Hot Shots Golf series. It is one of my favorite PlayStation exclusive franchises and I've been eagerly awaiting news on Hot Shots Golf on PS4 ever since it was briefly shown at the 2015...

PSN Pick(s) of the Week: April 11

Whew. What a start to the year! While a lot of the "big" games are now behind us, that does not mean we have nothing else to look forward to. In fact, over the next few weeks, there are some titles that I am really excited about! They may not sell millions of copies...

National Lampoon’s Mass Effect Andromeda

I'm starting to feel a little bit like Clark Griswold. In the classic comedy, National Lampoon’s Vacation, Chevy Chase’s Clark Griswold wants to take his charming family on a cross-country vacation to visit the best amusement park in the country, Walley World. After...

Destiny 2: Electric Boogaloo

So yesterday at 10am PST we got the full reveal trailer, and man what a hell of a reveal it was. The last city has been stomped by the Cabal and their leader Ghaul (Gary), and we have had to retreat from the city losing pretty much everything in the process. If that...

Divide (PS4) Review

I need more hashes to unlock this computer as I am so close to unlocking my next security level, but goodness are they hard to come by. I am using my scanner ability as I meticulously work my way through the sprawling, underground labyrinth wondering where to go next....

Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4) Reviewcast

Kyle and special guest Hayley sit down to review the PS4 exclusive Horizon Zero Dawn. The game has gotten a lot of hype, but does it live up to the praise being heaped upon it? Listen in as Kyle and Hayley discuss Guerrilla's attempt at a new IP, the animation...

Destiny 2 Incoming!

Destiny. Love it or hate it, it’s here to stay. Well at the very least for another 7 years according to Bungies 10 year plan. Hot on the heels of the originals swan song event, The Age of Triumph which started today at 10am PST and goes through September, we finally...

PSN Pick(s) of the Week: March 28

The end of March is here, which means we are wrapping up one of the best first quarters from a gaming perspective that I can recall. There was a little something for everyone so far this year on PlayStation, and if you are a sports gamer feeling a bit left out, well,...

PSN Pick(s) of the Week: March 14

Another week, another batch of games to sift through. Realistically, this has to be the best start of the year for PlayStation games, right? I mean, we have had Yakuza 0, Kingdom Hearts 2.8, Gravity Rush 2, Nioh, Horizon, NieR, Resident Evil 7, Night in the Woods,...

Flywrench Review – PS4

Flywrench is a somewhat-abstract game that has players controlling a short, white dash through varied environments toward ever-more-difficult goals. Storywise, the game says you are a spaceship navigating through space and unlocking different gates as you journey from...

PSN Pick(s) of the Week: February 28

It is time. You know what the list is going to look like. I know what the list is going to look like. So let's get to it.... Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4) The wait is finally over, and it appears to have been worth it. I started Horizon last night and only a few hours in,...

PSN Pick(s) of the Week: February 21

February 21. One week prior to February 28. One. Week. I, like many of the PlayStation faithful, have Horizon on the brain. That being said, there still are a couple games I am interested in checking out this week. Will I get either of them done before Horizon? Maybe....

PSN Pick(s) of the Week: February 14

February 14. I feel like there is likely something I am supposed to remember about today, but it just will not come to me. Oh well, there are video games to play! The hits keep on coming in 2017 as we have another healthy week of releases including a couple games...

Sniper Elite 4 (PS4) Review

I have been creeping around trying to gather the intel on a Nazi shipment, but I keep getting pulled into side tasks. First I took out a traitorous Harbor Master who had betrayed his own people. My mission is taking place at night, which is helpful for a sniper, but I...

Linelight Review – PS4

Simplicity can be a be a beautiful thing. In the new puzzler Linelight from creator Brett Taylor, simplicity is absolutely the attraction. In Linelight, which just released on PS4 this month and is also available on Steam, players control a short white dash that...

PSN Pick(s) of the Week: February 7

Are you a samurai? If your answer to that question is “no” then the big release this week is your opportunity to be a samurai and I would encourage you to check it out. If your answer to that question was “yes” then I encourage you to reach out to me on Twitter as I...

Ghost Recon Wildlands: Beta Impressions

Twelve hours later and having completed 99% of the beta content, I have put down my controller and taken off my headset feeling extremely satisfied. If the full GRW expands on its beta, then the gaming community can look forward to a rich and engaging open-world tactical shooter that will deliver exponential amounts of high-quality entertainment—playing with friends is recommended.

Review: Earthlock – Festival of Magic (PS4)

The game's story takes place in the world of Umbra, where a cataclysmic event occurs that stops the planet from spinning. This leaves part of the world scorched by constant sunlight, part of it perpetually cold due to lack of sunlight, and a patch of livable land in...

Subterrain – PS4

MARS! Space Prison! Enter Douglas Quaid……. Oh, nope, no Douglas Quaid here. I think his eyeballs exploded or something. (Look it up you millennials) You are Doctor Albert West, but your cellmates just call you West now. You see, after a “lab accident”, you are to...