The plan was to review Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, a difficult proposition because OH MY GOD, IT’S HUGE! According to Ubisoft, Valhalla is actually smaller than the bloated Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, but it doesn’t feel that way. Anyway, along the way I’ve discovered that Valhalla is a bug-ridden game, […]
Okay, so at what point does the next-gen become current-gen? Because, obviously both the new Xbox and new Playstation are out and while you can’t buy them easily they technically are the current-gen now, aren’t they? And the PS4 and the Xbox One are last-gen, surely? And yet…I still find myself using the term “next-gen” when talking about the PS5 and Series X/S. And lots of articles on the web still use the term as well. So that’s my question of the week folks: is it current-gen or next-gen? What are we living in!? I’M SO CONFUSED!