Cyberpunk 2077 finally launching should have been one of the beacons of hope in 2020, a moment where we could all rejoice at this epic RPG making it to shelves. Instead it seems 2020 has continue to poop on us all. Cyberpunk 2077 is a mess from top to bottom, and while the general consensus seems to be that the actual core game is excellent, it’s buried under so much digital shit that even a pig would look at it and thing, “Nah, I’m not gonna be happy in that much shit.” Even on PC it’s a cavalcade of bugs and glitches, some hilarious and some completely game-breaking. But on console, it’s so much worse, and people playing on the based Xbox One and PS4s are getting the worst of it. Keep in mind that Sony estimates only 20% of their 110-million PS4 users are playing on a Pro. Terrible framerates, crashes, textures not loading in, a raft of bugs and so much more are ruining people’s experiences.
Bugsnax is the kind of game that could only have been summoned forth by someone suffering from an intense fever who then decided to get stark-raving drunk and topped off the entire day with a mushroom trip gone horrifyingly wrong. I can imagine them now, huddled in a corner, ranting and raving. The next day they stagger out of their room and try to explain their hallucinations. “Okay, so, like, there’s these Grumpuses, right, who are like Muppets, all made of felt and fuzz. And they’ve gone to an island called Snaktooth, yeah, and on that island there’s hotdogs with legs and flying pizzas and angry jacket potatoes that ram people, right. They’re called Bugsnax, ‘cos they’re part bug, part snack. But the Grumpus’ eat ’em, and then, like, their body parts change into the food that the Bugsnax was, you know?” Sit down, Jamie. Just sit down, bud, and I’ll get you some water, It’ll be okay. I hope. Maybe I’ll ring an ambulance, just in case, dude.
Having been absurdly lucky enough to stumble into a PS5 pre-order among the absolute chaos, I’ve now had the Playstation 5 for a few weeks and have been playing it every day. So, with lots of thoughts about Sony’s newest, shiniest, biggest console swirling about my head, I present to you my rambling review of the PS5. Is this new generation worth jumping into? Does it have any major problems? Are there actually games to play on it? WHY IS IT SO DAMN BIG!?
Welcome back to another Patch Notes, the place where I grab a few news stories that interest me, recap them and offer up some thoughts! It’s been a busy few weeks, so in this Patch Notes I’m talking about the brand new Xbox Series X, The Game Awards, new game announcements and more.
The new Nintendo Switch Lite has been out for a few weeks now, it being the newest handheld console to hit the market. While it might have the Switch name the Lite is arguably more of a successor to the massively popular DS line-up of handhelds. Personally I don’t own a Nintendo Switch but I have been waiting for a new, modern handheld console that I can play on the train, in a plane or just when I’m curled up in a bean bag and can’t be bothered moving.
Valve’s Steam Machine may be all but dead, but that isn’t stop Alienware from trying to get their PCs into the living room. Is the Alienware Alpha a worthy console competitor?
XCOM 2 is absolutely brilliant, according to me! So it’s nice to see that 2K Games have announced it’ll finally be getting a console release. It will be arriving on Xbox One and PS4 on September 6th in America, and September 9th for the rest of the world. […]
During Microsoft’s Gamescom conference they made the surprising announcement that the forthcoming Rise of the Tomb Raider will be exclusive to Xbox consoles, and will launch holiday 2015. Even more interesting is the fact that no mention of it coming to PC or being a timed exclusive was […]
Gooooooooooood afternoon ladies and gentlemen, So, as we must all know by this point the next generation of consoles are arriving with all the momentum of a sloth. I know that sounds harsh, but does any seem genuinely excited about it? Back at the launch of the Xbox […]
In case you missed it earlier today a Twitter user by the name of Moonlightswami was lucky enough to get his Xbox One console delivered several weeks early by retailer Target. Like any excited game he immediately fired up the console, whacked in his copy of Call of […]