A bit of a shorter intro this week, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t still plenty to get stuck into. We saw Sony cause a stir by increasing the price of the PS5 in multiple countries around the world, we had a raft of game reveals from Gamescom Opening Night Live, a bunch of new game-to-TV announcements and plenty more to get video game fans excited and/or angry. You can catch up on all of the details in the news section below.
A quick word of warning; next week sees the release of the controversial Last of Us Remake on PS5, so you may want to stay away from, well, the internet for a little while if you’re not a fan of endless online bickering. We’ll be hearing an awful lot about that one over the next few weeks I’m afraid.
The Last of Us is one of modern gaming’s greatest achievements, if playing the best version of it is worth £70 to you, you won’t be disappointed. If not, the PS3 and PS4 versions are still just as essential as they always were. Pretty simple if you ask me.