The Last Of Us Part II's PSX Panel Introduced Us To The Cast

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The Last Of Us Part II's PSX Panel Introduced Us To The Cast

PSX's big closing panel this year was an introduction to the cast, both known and unknown, of The Last of Us Part II.

The panel opened with a performance of a new song from The Last of Us Part II, with Joel's voice actor Troy Baker and Ellie's voice actress Ashley Johnson singing a soulful song with possibly literal or symbolic lyrics that director Neil Druckmann refused to show his cards on.

Baker, Johnson, Druckmann, and co-writer Halley Rose sat on the panel and talked about their roles in bringing the world a sequel to The Last of Us. Rose, who has written for TV shows like Westworld, pointed out how different video game writing is from TV. Explaining that she came up with an idea to get the characters from one place to another, Druckmann asked her what the fail state for the scenario would be, which Rose didn't understand at the time.

Ghost Of Tsushima PSX Panel Gives Insight Into Its Beginnings

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Ghost Of Tsushima PSX Panel Gives Insight Into Its Beginnings

At the PlayStation Experience today, developer Sucker Punch candidly explained the genesis of Ghost of Tsushima, their new samurai action title.

The panel was made up of creative director Nate Fox, art director Jason Connell, animation director Billy Harper, and associate producer Ryuhei Katami to talk about the game revealed at Paris Games Week. The developers talked about the largest and most important character is the world and introducing the world to players was the hardest part of making the reveal trailer a few months ago.

When asked why Sucker Punch decided to pursue a game about samurais, Nate Fox said, "You do something for a long time, you want to try something different. It's creatively satisfying to be freaked out." 

Ghost Of Tsushima PSX Panel Gives Insight Into Its Beginnings

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Ghost Of Tsushima PSX Panel Gives Insight Into Its Beginnings

At the PlayStation Experience today, developer Sucker Punch candidly explained the genesis of Ghost of Tsushima, their new samurai action title.

The panel was made up of creative director Nate Fox, art director Jason Connell, animation director Billy Harper, and associate producer Ryuhei Katami to talk about the game revealed at Paris Games Week. The developers talked about the largest and most important character is the world and introducing the world to players was the hardest part of making the reveal trailer a few months ago.

When asked why Sucker Punch decided to pursue a game about samurais, Nate Fox said, "You do something for a long time, you want to try something different. It's creatively satisfying to be freaked out." 

Witcher Netflix Series To Be Written By Daredevil, The Defenders Writer

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Witcher Netflix Series To Be Written By Daredevil, The Defenders Writer

Back in May it was announced that Netflix was making an episodic show based on The Witcher. Now we know who's writing it.

Variety reports that Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, who's written Daredevil, The Defenders, and the Starz series Powers, will be penning the show. Sean Daniel (of The Expanse fame), Tomek Baginski, and Jarek Sawko are still executive producing the project, which originally began as a film based on the books by Andrzej Sapkowski.

The company has not announced a release date, episode count, or cast for the show.

Witcher Netflix Series To Be Written By Daredevil, The Defenders Writer

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Witcher Netflix Series To Be Written By Daredevil, The Defenders Writer

Back in May it was announced that Netflix was making an episodic show based on The Witcher. Now we know who's writing it.

Variety reports that Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, who's written Daredevil, The Defenders, and the Starz series Powers, will be penning the show. Sean Daniel (of The Expanse fame), Tomek Baginski, and Jarek Sawko are still executive producing the project, which originally began as a film based on the books by Andrzej Sapkowski.

The company has not announced a release date, episode count, or cast for the show.

See The Many Hidden Elements Of Heavy Rain's World In This Youtube Video

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See The Many Hidden Elements Of Heavy Rain's World In This Youtube Video

Heavy Rain is about uncovering the mystery behind the Origami Killer through various perspectives. However, some of the game's biggest mysterious were left unsolved and unexplored. Until now.

In the latest episode of his Boundary Break seires, Youtuber Shesez looks past the strict parameters Heavy Rain usually sets for players and finds a number of interesting secrets. Just what are the characters doing during the loading screen where the camera centers on a close-up of their face? What happens to Jason in that mall scene to get him so lost? What does one of the game's intense scenes, where the camera jumps around constantly, look like in the game world? You can find answers to all of those questions below.

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See The Many Hidden Elements Of Heavy Rain's World In This Youtube Video

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See The Many Hidden Elements Of Heavy Rain's World In This Youtube Video

Heavy Rain is about uncovering the mystery behind the Origami Killer through various perspectives. However, some of the game's biggest mysterious were left unsolved and unexplored. Until now.

In the latest episode of his Boundary Break seires, Youtuber Shesez looks past the strict parameters Heavy Rain usually sets for players and finds a number of interesting secrets. Just what are the characters doing during the loading screen where the camera centers on a close-up of their face? What happens to Jason in that mall scene to get him so lost? What does one of the game's intense scenes, where the camera jumps around constantly, look like in the game world? You can find answers to all of those questions below.

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Sony Compares Every Version Of Shadow Of The Colossus, Details PS4 Special Edition

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Sony Compares Every Version Of Shadow Of The Colossus, Details PS4 Special Edition

While we already know quite about Bluepoint's remake of Shadow of the Colossus, Sony's latest trailer should offers a great history lesson.

The PSX trailer for the game compares the three versions of Team Ico's 2005 classic; the original PlayStation 2 game, the 2011 remaster for PlayStation 3, and the PlayStation 4 remake running a PS4 Pro. The difference should be clear to anyone, but it goes to show how much work (and motion blur) has gone into the latest version of the game.

PlayStation Pro players will also be able to tweak the graphics of the remake a bit, choosing between Cinematic (which "emphasizes image quality," at 30 frames per second) and Performance (which caps the game at 60fps at the cost some image quality).

Sony Compares Every Version Of Shadow Of The Colossus, Details PS4 Special Edition

about X hours ago from
Sony Compares Every Version Of Shadow Of The Colossus, Details PS4 Special Edition

While we already know quite about Bluepoint's remake of Shadow of the Colossus, Sony's latest trailer should offers a great history lesson.

The PSX trailer for the game compares the three versions of Team Ico's 2005 classic; the original PlayStation 2 game, the 2011 remaster for PlayStation 3, and the PlayStation 4 remake running a PS4 Pro. The difference should be clear to anyone, but it goes to show how much work (and motion blur) has gone into the latest version of the game.

PlayStation Pro players will also be able to tweak the graphics of the remake a bit, choosing between Cinematic (which "emphasizes image quality," at 30 frames per second) and Performance (which caps the game at 60fps at the cost some image quality).

Jessica Jones' Second Season Coming To Netflix Next March

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Jessica Jones' Second Season Coming To Netflix Next March

The second season of Marvel's Jessica Jones has been a long time coming. The first season premiered on Netflix back in 2015, but had to wait its turn as Marvel's other series came to the fore. After more than two years of waiting, we finally have our first look at the second season.

Season two of the show will premiere on the streaming service this coming march, though an exact date has not been given. For now, you can watch the first trailer and start planning when you'll re-watch the first season to catch up.

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