It's January. A good time to take stock and reflect on 2017. And for the Nintendo Switch in Japan, what a year it was.
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Just before the Christmas rush, the makers of Until Dawn released Hidden Agenda, a choose-your-own-adventure cop show. It's an entertaining romp for the most part, involving a Saw-esque killer on the loose and a dirty police department.
But rather than simply trying to unmask the killer, there's also a competitive mode where players get tasks encouraging them to force certain outcomes as the narrative unfolds. It sounds neat in theory, but in practice it ruins the pacing of the game and spoils the fun.
After hitting the 60.4 million mark this June, Sony has now sold over 70.6 million PlayStation 4 consoles globally as of December 3.
Today, Sony showcased The Last of Us Part 2, the second installation of developer Naughty Dog's gritty survival horror game released in 2013, with a trailer that is very thrilling but almost made me hurl. Seriously - a woman in a noose props herself up on another woman who gets a hatchet buried in her head.