The fellers are back with an XL version of the Play Legit Podcast. It’s game on! Continue reading “Mega Wide Edition | PLP024”
Koerri and KJ celebrate the Powerful legacy PAC-MAN is responsible for, putting some respect on his name. State of Play for The Last of Us 2 went down and Koerri does his best to be fair while highlighting it. The fellers each give their choice for “The Greatest 80’s Arcade Game of all time”. Atari Cryptocurrency is kind of a thing, Koerri gives us a detailed take on this form of coin. Also inside Episode 14, KJ reviews Indie Run-and-Gun Epic: Hunt down.
Koerri & KJ send condolences to the friends and family of Rick May, voice of Peppy Hare, detail Sony’s Play at home program, give their thoughts so far on FF7 remake plus more!
Koerri & KJ recap the PS5 system architecture keynote and give their opinions on the next generation of gaming.
Koerri Elijah & KJ talk the passing of the creator of the Konami code, Kazuhisa Hashimoto, Streets of Rage 4 and new updates on the next generation of console gaming.
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The official release date for Hideo Kojima’s highly anticipated Death Stranding has been announced! PlayStation’s official YouTube channel has released a new video detailing its November 2019 release. Several questions gamers have been asking since the title was announced at e3 in 2016 are semi answered in the video and we also get a deeper look into the world and pivotal characters of Death Stranding.
Preorder Death Stranding here: https://www.playstation.com/en-us/games/death-stranding-ps4/#collectors
The Mission 3 Crew lists games they regret trading in. Looking back, has this ever happened to you? Continue reading “Games We Regret Trading In”
Has it really been that long? The years go by, but gaming is still in the forefront of our entertainment needs. Helping keep the industry on the move, is the Playstation. Continue reading “Retro Ranttable: Celebrating 20 Years of PlayStation”
Real Talk By: KJ
The Play Legit Fam had a lot of turkey, and stuffing. Lots of stuffing. We enjoyed this month, but maybe thanksgiving a little more. Were not only ranking the best Game, and Trailer, but other cool Happenings in the world of entertainment. Its one big Arcade cabinet. Playstation 4 and Xbox One hit the streets. Family Guy lost one of its stars. Mario returned, with a new 4 player adventure. What other events rocked our culture in the month of November?
PS4 & Xbox One Released – 600000 PTS
The biggest launches in our industry both happened this month. The Playstation 4 and The Xbox One. It was a bumpy road for the XO. Promoting it’s ability to plug into Cable devices neglecting what brought them to the dance in the first place. Early DRM regulations infuriated customers, thus effecting system pre-order sales. They wised up eventually, at E3 they would focus all-most entirely on games, and eventually backed off those digital rights restrictions. Sony did the opposite and kept it real at E3. They had no Policy in place, making it known that games would still be played in a traditional manner. Both consoles are now on that same wavelength. Overall software-wise, this is one of the more solid launches. Third party developers really stepped it up. Games like NBA 2K14, Dead Rising 3, Resogun, and Battlefield 4 are just a few reasons it’s safe to make a next-gen investment.
Mario 3D World Game of the Month – 500000 PTS
Thor: The Dark World – 400000 PTS
Thor 2 owned the box office for several weeks. We were glad to see another marvel movie land outside of the summer months. Mo’ Marvel Mo’ Awesome. The road to Avengers 2 continues in style. We were able to see more of Asgard, and magic. The first movie had our hero without his abilities for far too long. It was great to see him back with Mjolnir. On top of that The Dark World had some great comedy. Jane’s ringtone is all i have to say.
Family Guy Tragedy – 300000 PTS
Netflix gets Original Marvel Programing – 200000 PTS
Trailer of the Month: Heavenly Sword Movie Trailer-100000 PTS
Just another step in the right direction. Hollywood remaking movies here, rebooting classic films there. Its getting old. They continue to look the other direction when it comes to video games. Finally we get a bit of good news. Nariko returns in Heavenly Sword based directly from the PS3 launch title. We hope this is a continuing trend. There are Plenty of great moments that need to be captured on the big screen, so that everyone can enjoy.
Real Talk By: KJ
I guess im looking forward to Knack more than most, because it has a throwback vibe about it. Continue reading “Knack Coop Video Verdict”