PODCAST: To Be, or Not To Be… Difficult? – Cross Roads: The PlayStation Podcast Episode 73

This week, LeRon, Austin, and Chris welcome new crew member Stojan Jovic to Cross Roads and the guys talk about PlayStation’s decision to deal with Russia, Forspoken’s unfortunate delay, whether video games are too difficult, and more!

Cross Roads: The PlayStation Podcast Episode 72

The Cross Roads Team:

LeRon Dawkins: Twitter  |  Twitch
Austin Campbell: Twitter
Chris True: Twitter
Stoy Jovic: Twitter | EXPCast

Time Stamps:

0:00 – Intro and Housekeeping
14:49 – What Are We Playing?
38:29 – Notable Games Coming to PlayStation

Notable Games Coming to PlayStation This Week

If you’re looking for a list of games coming to your favorite Sony consoles, including PlayStation Plus, PlayStation Now, PSVR, and more, we’ve got it for you. It can be hard to track down a list of what’s coming soon. That is why we at Boss Rush Network are going to start compiling a list of upcoming games each week for the service, what’s coming, what’s leaving, and the platforms you can find them on.

Headlines

Gran Turismo 7 Quietly Removed From Russian Release

Gran Turismo 7 was released for PS5 and PS4 this past week (March 4, 2022) worldwide but it is currently unavailable to buy digitally via the Russian PlayStation Store. Currently, all listings for Gran Turismo 7 show its release date as “pending confirmation”.

52:05 – Gran Turismo 7 Quietly Removed From Russian Release

Twisted Metal Series Coming to Peacock; Amazon Is Primed for Live-Action God of War

NBC’s streaming service Peacock has ordered the first season of PlayStation Productions’ Twisted Metal adaptation and Deadline has revealed in an exclusive the news of the possible pick up by Amazon Prime Video which, according to sources, states that Prime Video “is in negotiations for a live-action God of War TV series”.

1:07:39 – Twisted Metal Series Coming to Peacock

1:12:39 – Live-Action God of War Series Announcement

Forspoken Has Been Delayed Until October 2022

Upcoming RPG Forspoken from Square Enix studio Luminous Productions has been delayed. Originally slated for release May 24, 2022, Luminous Productions took to Twitter today to announce that Forspoken was getting pushed back to October 11, 2022. The studio explained the reason for the delay boiling down to a need for more time to work on the game and deliver the promise of the vision they have for this fantasy genre RPG.

1:25:04 – Forspoken Has Been Delayed Until October 2022

Do Games Need To Have Adjustable Difficulties?

If you’re playing Elden Ring, the latest game by FromSoftware, you’re all too familiar with the type of game it is. A sandbox-style game of exploration featuring a deluge of punishingly hard gameplay with players experiencing death seemingly at every turn. Are video games becoming more difficult?

1:33:59 – Do Games Need To Have Adjustable Difficulties?

The Wrap-Up

2:05:45 – The Wrap-Up and Plugs
2:10:37 – Featured Articles on Boss Rush:


2:11:47 – Outros

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