Last week I compared the PlayStation Store to Taco Bell. No, not because it would give you an upset stomach, but because there were so many choices and each one better than the last. What about this week’s PlayStation Store update? It’s kind of like a cheap Chinese Buffet. You know there are certain things you probably shouldn’t eat, but because the egg rolls are so damn good you’re leaving happy… what?
Divinity Original Sin 2 ($59.99)
Divinity Original Sin 2 is considered by many to be one of the best RPG’s of the modern era and after playing through most of the game’s first act I can say with confidence that I completely understand what they’re talking about. Wait! How are my friends playing a game that’s in the Pre-Order Spotlight?!?! Well, those of us that have been waiting for Divinity 2 to come to consoles, it was recently announced that if you pre-order the game, act one is available right away and for those unaware, act one is between 20 and 30 hours long. In other words, it’s well worth your money.
Death’s Gambit ($19.99)
So I got yelled at last week when I said that Dead Cells was like Dark Souls… so let’s try it again by saying that Death’s Gambit is totally 2D Dark Souls and it looks awesome. Hopefully, that’s okay. For some reason, people get really upset when you compare a game to one of the best franchises in the industry right now.
The Walking Dead: The Final Season ($19.99 *season pass)
Remember when we all played Season One of The Walking Dead and we all cried and claimed that it was one of the best gaming experiences of all time? Remember when Season Two came out and most of us didn’t play it? And did you know there’s a season three? I literally learned that while writing this up. I honestly thought this was the third season. Wow! Well, The Final Season of TellTale’s The Walking Dead is among us and honestly, it seems like a great time to jump back in find out just how many more beloved characters were brutally murdered because of my poor choices.
Dog Gone Golfing ($4.99)
Why should you buy this?
State of Mind ($35.99)
Several weeks ago I wrote about this game and made the following statement.
I’m gonna be honest, I don’t know what this game is.
I stand by this statement with all of my heart. Besides my lack of understanding of State of Mind, it doesn’t change the fact that the game looks interesting as hell. Don’t believe me, just check out the trailer.