While Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is visually impressive and offers solid gameplay, it truly shines using the PS5’s DualSense controller.
While it will never truly match the experience of a proper arcade, Capcom Arcade Stadium offers a satisfying mix of nostalgic titles to enjoy.
The two new controllers sell for around R1.5K each.
MotoGP 21 looks superb, has deep customisation and an immersive career mode, but racing is challenging to the point of being a chore.
Midnight Black and Cosmic Red PlayStation 5 controllers arrive next month.
In a Bloomberg interview, Sony CFO Hiroki Totoki, says the company has struggled to keep up with PS5 demand, and it’s set to continue.
As Google and Roku continue to duke it out over digital services on its streaming devices, the PS5 has added support for YouTube TV.
Resident Evil Village builds upon the success of its first-person predecessor and delivers a well balanced survival horror experience.
The death loop, evolving map and roguelike mechanics of Returnal has piqued our interest, but does it have enough to keep it?
Serving up several interesting elements that warrant more exploration, Returnal is a PS5-exclusive that showcases plenty of promise.
The feature is available to PS5 owners who have run out of internal storage on their console recently, but does not support direct play.
The new virtual reality headset for the PlayStation 5 is not expected in 2021.
Darkplates are still for sale and look easy to install.
Destruction AllStars has an interesting premise, but a microscopic amount of content.
BT Games and Raru open pre-orders for the PlayStation 5 with others likely to follow.
The Ultimate Edition is available from 2nd February.
Resident Evil Village will get a cross-platform release on next-gen, current-gen and PC come 7th May this year.
With next-gen consoles here and 2021 around the corner, we look at some of the highly anticipated PS5 exclusive titles expected to land next year.