I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t a fan of Sony. Ever since seeing Final Fantasy VII being played on the original PlayStation, I’ve been enamoured with Sony’s gaming prowess. They lost me for a bit with their early pitches of the PS3 and subsequently the Vita, but both grew on me the more they were refined. They recently did a bang-up job of convincing me of how awesome the PS4 was; so much so, I pre-ordered the thing almost a year ago and never looked back. To date, I’ve had plenty of fun with my PS4, but it’s not perfect – there’s a few things I’d like Sony to improve on, or in some cases, just done differently in the first place.
So, in an attempt to take a step back from the fanboy precipice, here are my top three gripes with Sony’s parallelepiped.
If we’re talking about games that defined what we must now call the ‘previous’ generation of gaming, it would be remiss not to devote an article to Quantic Dream’s ground-breaking interactive drama Heavy Rain.
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I do like a good session on Football Manager, however sometimes the pressures of high level management get to me. After a long day at work, I don’t have the energy to massage the egos of two dozen prima donna mouth breathers in their mid-twenties with more money than morals. Fortunately, there’s an interesting little glitch that can be found in one of the Football Managers that allows for instant financial gratification, and it makes for some interesting plot lines….
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By now, you should all have heard at least in passing about this Heartbleed bug that’s cropped up over the last few days. If you haven’t, then you’ve all the more reason to read on. Hell, even if you have and you think it doesn’t matter, read this article. It’s short, mostly because I’ve been using all of my free time getting my shit in order as a direct result of this mess. But it’s also purposely designed to be concise. Less waffling, more info, quicker action. Let’s get down to business.