With the continuing rabid speculation about the PlayStation 5, complete with foaming mouths and erratic behaviour, it's time we got in on the act and shamelessly fed into this hype feedback loop and made fun of some fake trailers
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Whilst almost every other reviewer was happy to s**t out a review of the offline modes only in order to meet the embargo, I have actually played and reviewed the full game. Enjoy.
The PS Vita has been flatlining for a while now. Nintendo have yet to announce a 3DS follow-up, seemingly content to sweep up with the hybrid Switch. Smartphones killed a once-proud handheld market and they are likely to kill again.
There are still some publishers and devs with the backbone to release full games. However, it is getting rarer that we can enjoy a game without horrific Bernaysian voodoo trying to wrench our wallets back open.
With a dominant install base worldwide, PlayStation has no real need for cross-play. Most games will find someone amongst the 80 millions users to set you up with. Why hand this advantage over to their competitors?