It felt like a stretch Game level, and if you’ve followed the platform holder’s oft-criticized BTEC Nintendo Direct, you’ll know that’s not a compliment. No doubt the manufacturer splashed some cash on it: the foreboding techno music and letterbox transitions during the countdown, flashing strobe lights and PlayStation logos projected onto the curtains were great. It’s a shame they really were HighLights!
We are definitely face-to-face and never have any promotional event That Bad, but it’s the same from Sony, which is intended to say more than it shows. Of the PS Studios content on display, we got two CGI cinematics from acquisitions Haven and Firewalk, neither of which looked particularly appealing – or gave us any clue as to what to expect. Jade Raymond, the founder of the former studio, spoke about innovations from the topic of his team. The result? A co-op sniper shooter, obviously.
Total removal is unfair Everything Because Sony showed up tonight were Awesome games. Again, the platform holder is leaning heavily on Capcom to carry the burden, with Dragon’s Dogma 2 delivering a genuine surprise – and Resident Evil 4 obviously getting it right. PSVR2 The treatment is similar to Resident Evil Village earlier in the year. Konami’s Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater lacks the masterful touch of Hideo Kojima, but is still something to look forward to.
Still, despite all the names we’ve just mentioned, this breakneck trailer playlist lacks the kind of pizzazz we’ve come to expect from a proper, complete PlayStation presentation — and it’s close to two years old. will do If the aim was to prove the PS5’s future, it completely failed at the first hurdle: We didn’t really feel like we knew it. Still About the platform holder’s plans or improvement over what we did before the show.
Even the big announcements came with real groundswell moments, costumes and punches. Project Q, the previously rumored Remote Play handheld accessory, is indeed real – but it still doesn’t have a name or a release date, and hasn’t received a PS blog post at the time of writing. “More information will be forthcoming,” President Jim Ryan promised. When, Jim? It’s fair to say that your company isn’t getting along at the best of times.
The manufacturer could have used the PS Showcase’s sizable audience to promote the upcoming Gran Turismo movie, as fans around the world looked anxiously at the clock as it ticked the clock with a PS Studios logo. adaptation. Look, we understand that the film is a big deal for everyone under the Sony umbrella, but we hope it had the desired effect because the next presentation won’t have many eyeballs on this evidence.
Of course, it’s not all doom and gloom, and as we tweeted before the event: One presentation won’t define the PS5’s future. Based on this presentation only, there There is Expect a lot from developers big and small – you’ll find them on other consoles or devices you own. Does it matter? Probably not in the grand scheme of things, but it was surprisingly lacking for a PlayStation showcase. PlayStation On display today.
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