Uncharted 4: A Thief's End put in the work and came away from SXSW's 2017 Gaming Awards with 5 awards, including Game of the Year! Check out Yhani, Clinton and brand new host, Veronica's thoughts on this and more on the 59th edition of SonyCentric!
Jason beat Final Fantasy XV and The Last Guardian, and we talk base impressions on both (no spoilers, don't worry). Afterwards, the SonyCentric crew tackles the Uncharted patch, the Overwatch holiday event, and the Resident Evil 7 demo update.
Persona 5 and Parappa the Rapper Remastered launch this week, Jak & Daxter seem to be making some sort of a comeback and Destiny 2 has been revealed to the world. This week on SonyCentric, we delve into the crazy happenings of the last week.
No Man's Sky needs a patch on day one. The internet is on fire. But does it need to be? We also take some time to talk about that upcoming Neo reveal in September. Hopefully, Sony has something impressive to show us. But maybe they don't need to.
Is Crash Bandicoot really a thing? Why? Why do people want it so bad? Will gaming become like Hollywood, where established franchises and reboots become the norm and new ideas are an extinct species? Tune in to find out.
No Man's Sky has gone gold, and we are only a few weeks out. What will you do when you get your hands on it? The crew shares their plans, and we pour one out for Adam Boyes, who will be leaving Sony and getting back into game development. Best of luck!
This week, we discuss some rumors regarding Dead Rising and Rise of the Tomb Raider. Both were confirmed during and after our recording, but just as relevant is the question of whether Dead Rising 4 will eventually be making its way over to the PS4.
Your hosts are bringing you some belated SonyCentric goodness. This week got delayed because Jason went to PAX, and fortunately got to play some sweet titles headed to the PS4. We also weigh in on the PS4 "Neo" dilemma.
This week, the SonyCentric team talks about PlayStation's stake as king of this generation, the disappointing cancellation of Silent Hills 2 years ago and Call of Duty: WWII's return to the historical.
The end of March closed out the Fiscal Year, and long story short: PlayStation made bank. Unfortunately, we don't have a stellar May PS Plus lineup to accompany it, but we did get a Nioh demo that our lovely guest Delaila Lugo got to sink her teeth into.
The Neo has been revealed as the PS4 Pro. The PS4 Slim was finally confirmed. Sony's council has spoken, and our council is somewhat...underwhelmed. Not much of a technological jump for those without 4K, but there are some pros, believe it or not.
Bungie is throwing down with another patch preceded by another live stream. But without new, real content, Destiny is, for all intents and purposes, dead. Delaila and I recollect about our addiction, how far we think the game has come, and the future.
Sony announced that PlayStation Now will be refocused to just Windows 10 PCs and PlayStation as of August 2017, and people are NOT happy. Clinton, Keith and Karl discuss this development and more on Episode 56 of SonyCentric.
Welcome to SonyCentric, where we talk about anything and everything PlayStation-related. For our inaugural episode, we tackle one of the great mysteries of 2016: will Nathan Drake meet an untimely demise in Uncharted 4: A Thief's End!?
Welcome to SonyCentric, where we talk about anything and everything PlayStation-related. Sony has done a bit of corporate restructuring recently, so we discuss what this might mean. We also talk about the latest game from Jonathan Blow, The Witness.
We finally did it. Rather late (THANKS MARK), but the crew finally beat the long awaited Final Fantasy XV. Naturally, we had a lot to talk about. Note: This is a full spoilercast. Come back after you've finished the game and listen to what we thought.