Video games are not strangers to in-game advertisements. You can drive past a billboard advertising Pepsi in some racing game, or maybe you enter a room and are greeted with some minor static character who says “Yum hotpockets”. However this move by Sony to generate a little extra revenue is downright disgusting.
A recently dug up patent filed by Sony reveals that someone is considering putting in a mechanic that pauses gameplay in order to display an in game advertisement. According to the patent, the idea is that you would get an in-game warning that an advertisement is about to appear. For example a countdown timer or a slow-motion effect would appear . The Advertiser would now have an audience that cannot leave their screen.
Did you hear? The Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer was leaked! It was a phone video of a phone video of a watermarked rough cut, and it was hard to make out, and….now it doesn’t matter. Sony released the trailer properly just a few dozen minutes ago. Speaking of leaks,
Netflix just released the trailer of Vivo, An animated Musical film starring Lin-Manuel Miranda. Vivo is a Sony and Netflix original about a Kinkajou that embarks on an adventure. It is because he wanted to help out a friend to confess his love via song. Vivo (Lin-Manuel Miranda ) is a
The bell has officially rung for class…the My Hero Academia franchise has crossed over to mobile devices with The Strongest Hero, available starting today. This third-person adventure allows fans to step into the roles of Midoriya / Deku and other characters…Bakugo, Todoroki, All Might and Endeavor are mentioned in Funi’s
There are several mediums you can experience the world of My Hero Academia in….books, television. Now you can add phones to that list as Funimation and Sony prepare to launch a new mobile game based on the property, My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero. This third-person adventure will allow fans