Episode 73 - Doomed
Platinum Explosion: The PlayStation Podcast
A weekly PlayStation podcast focusing on the oceanic perspective on the latest news.
Every episode is guaranteed laughs and antics and bound to go off-topic before wrapping up in the latest PS trophy talk in #everytrophycounts
QuakeCon 2018 gave us a lot of Doom gameplay to go over and even though he wasn't a huge fan of the first game, Dylan is itching to get his hands on this sequel. Ciaran joins in the hype with some wise words from Dylan, but Ashley isn't so easily persuaded.
0:04:10 - God of War
0:11:37 - The Quiet Man
0:29:55 - QuakeCon 2018
0:47:04 - Cross-Play
0:56:03 - The Walking Dead Trophies
Also in this episode:
'God of War' gets a New Game+ mode
40 Minutes of 'The Quiet Man' gameplay to discuss
Avalanche Head Dev of 'Rage 2'
Bethesda Puts Pressure on Sony For Crossplay
The Walking Dead: The Final Season Trophies Throw a Spanner in the Works
PlayStation will feature two massive games that are scheduled to release in 2020 at their PAX AUS 2019 booth this year, and no, there’s currently no sign of any bb’s.
Those looking for a little bit of the old and a little bit of the new will be wise to stop by the Koch Media booth at PAX Australia this week.
Out today is Concrete Genie from developer Pixel Opus and being published by Sony Interactive Entertainment.
Platinum Explosion Youtube Series:
PlayStation Game Reviews
Using Metacritic's top 25 ranked PlayStation 3/4 games of every year for the decade, Dylan and Ashley compile a shortlist of the best games of the decade (as decided by Metacritic and explosionnetwork.com)
A breakdown of all the latest details about PlayStation’s next console including the official name, ray-tracing, Blu-ray player, SSD and the brand new controller and features.
PlayStation is releasing Concrete Genie this week and Dylan has been playing it. He thinks its one of the best games of the year and explains what he loves about the colourful adventure.
The Last of Us Part II has an official release date of February 21st and a brand new trailer to break down. Dylan & Ashley discuss what they thought of the trailer, it's story implications, the intense violence and where they think Ellie's story could be headed.
TGS 2019 featured Death Stranding heavily, so Dylan and Ash break down the trailer and gameplay demo's that were shown. Do we understand Death Stranding now? Yes, entierly.
Dylan put a few hours into the Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Beta and discusses what he did and didn't like about the upcoming co-op stealth action game.
Having travelled across the sea's and survived the haunted ghost ship, Dylan returns to explain just show spooky The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan is.