Episode 70 - Is It No Mans Skys Next
Platinum Explosion: The PlayStation Podcast
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Dylan has barely recovered from a week out sick since the last episode and attempts not to cough or sniffle too much in your ear as Ashley and himself discuss No Man's Sky's big update titled 'Next.'
The guys also discuss Michael Pachter predicting the next console generation beginning in 2020, Sony's recent next-gen comments and mention of the VITA!
When do we want The Last of Us: Part II’s release date? Now. When do we get it? Now.
Get ready for E3 2020 on June 9th-11th, 2020. Which, in case you’re not keeping up with the date is next week… Sorry, I mean: it feels like it's next week.
Although Ubisoft has recently spoken about Rainbow 6 not getting any single player content or games anytime soon, a three-player co-op game is apparently not off the cards.
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Jim Ryan has given his first interview since his promotion to big PlayStation boss in February. He talked about the future of console gaming and also the interesting deal that is Xbox + PlayStation to combat Stadia and the cloud gaming future.
After several long hours & days starring at a Twitch stream, we got a new look at Death Stranding, which also gave the games release date. What did Dylan & Ashley think of the trailer?
We have seen the PS5 in action! Well kinda. We have seen that video of the 'next-gen console' working its way through Spider-Man and also got a bunch of new PS5 bits of information to discuss from a Sony investors meeting.
Everybody's Golf VR is out this week and Dylan has been playing a few holes and has thoughts on the game. He's also finally finished Days Gone and gives his final thoughts on the Bend Studio game.
Sony dropped the second State of Play outta nowhere on us and with it came our first look at the Final Fantasy 7 Remake since it returned in-house to Square Enix. Dylan & Ashley discuss the trailer for that, along with every other thing shown during the short presentation.
With Sony saying the PS5 isn't coming for at least 12 months along with their lack of E3 presence this year, what is Sony playing at for 2019? Dylan and Ashley discuss what they think could be up.
Days Gone, the first big release from Sony in 2019 has released and Dylan gives his first impressions of the game.
With a fresh coat of paint on the Platinum Explosion logo and a brief explanation of the changes we're making to the show, Dylan & Ashley dive into the biggest story of the week -- the PS5 details we have.