The unlikely duo Nic and Evan team up for one last adventure, to review Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.
We have to save our son from The Park!… And reminisce about Uncharted. Now that was a game.
It’s been two and a half years since the release of the PlayStation 4, and it seems it’s finally starting to hit its stride with an increasingly impressive lineup of exclusive games. It’s about time we take a look back on the console and examine the best it has to offer us. (Note: that means no games shared with either Xbox One or PC, and no “HD” ports!)
2015 was an awesome year for games, and it seems that with it the latest console generation has finally found its footing. Luckily for us, last year looks to be just the beginning for exciting games both familiar and novel, and 2016 will be packed with them all year long. Though I’m really looking forward to every release, here are just some of the ones that appeal to me above the all the others.
Last Saturday was host to Sony’s second annual PlayStation Experience event in San Francisco, where among other announcements, fans were treated to a new Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End trailer. But to the surprise of many, this was no typical showcase of the game, with the revelation that Drake’s newest and possibly last foray on the PS4 will actually have cutscene dialogue options. But is this the right move for Uncharted?
The tuckered out Button Masher crew have a quick look at some of their favourite (and least favourite) video game cutscenes and whatever Kingdom Hearts is supposed to be – all before bed! Continue reading “Podcast, Engage! – Episode 3: Sleepy Story Time”
In the inaugural episode of the Button Masher podcast, the guys talk the best and worst games of 2014, what they’re anticipating for next year, and why Butters is the best character in South Park.