For months we’ve been hearing rumours and reading reports that Sony was going to be launching some kind of new service. Allegedly codenamed “Spartacus” the new service was heavily speculated to be Sony’s answer to Microsoft’s Game Pass, a subscription service boasting an absurdly huge library of games, including first-party titles, for one very low price. However, numerous people have claimed that Game Pass is not profitable and that Microsoft is actually losing money by offering the service, begging a simple question; would Sony really attempt something similar, especially since they aren’t even in the same financial ballpark as Microsoft?
Let’s be quite clear about this: I freaking love the Spartacus TV series by Starz, with Gods of the Arenas currently sitting as my favorite of the three seasons that have aired. Next year will see the final season of the hit show, War of the Damned, being […]