Lately, we've been focused on the new consoles and blockbuster games. In today's Video Games Weekly, we look at some of the smaller releases that warrant attention, like Carto, Ring of Pain, and Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin. We also have a deep preview of Ubisoft's upcoming release called Immortals: Fenyx Rising.
You've got your new console! Great! Now, which games should you buy? Reiner and Charch talk through the biggest launch window games, including Call of Duty, Sackboy, and Yakuza.
The Game Informer guys have spent a month with the new consoles and they break down the new Xbox Series X and Playstation 5 in detail. Learn everything you need to know before making your purchase. In addition to grading the new hardware, we also give posthumous grades for the PS4 and Xbox One. You'll also hear reviews of Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Astro's Playroom.
One week from today we'll have the next generation of consoles in our hands! We cover everything you need to know about the PS5 and Xbox Series X in the days before launch. Also, a full review of Watch Dogs: Legion.
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Game Informer got exclusive time with Spider-Man Miles Morales and Reiner breaks down his early impressions of the PS5 launch title. Charch and Reiner offer their favorite scary games for Halloween from the current generation of consoles.
Game Informer received a retail version of the new Xbox Series X and put it through the paces to learn everything possible about Microsoft's next generation of console. Charch and Reiner are joined by Brian Shea to break down the new hardware, as well as discuss Crash Bandicoot 4, Star Wars Squadrons, Baldur's Gate 3, and Genshin Impact.
If you missed the first wave of preorders, Charch and Reiner offer strategies to secure a new console. They preview the two major new games this week, Star Wars Squadrons and Crash Bandicoot, both coming on Friday. And they talk about what they'd like from the rumored Mass Effect remaster.
Microsoft has asserted its might with one of the biggest acquisitions in video game history. The Xbox is poised to have Fallout, Elder Scrolls, Doom, Wolfenstein, and many other valuable properties. What does this mean for Playstation owners? Should it change your plans for the launch of next generation consoles?
With affordable entry points for the Xbox Series S and X, Microsoft has thrown down the gauntlet on next gen pricing. Does this shift the scales toward the Xbox? How will Sony respond, if at all? Plus, Brian Shea offers a complete review of the newly remastered Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 & 2.