Sony deceived us about God of War and we can’t hold them accountable. This is First-Person Perspective!

It’s the inaugural episode of First-Person Perspective! Join me, Anthony Shelton, as I bring perspective to the hottest news and give my takes about the latest games.

Sony lied about God of War: Ragnarok and we can't do anything | First-Person Perspective Episode 01

This week

  • Sony and Sony Santa Monica announced that God of War: Ragnarok and Gran Turismo 7 are pushed back to 2022. But the kicker is that they’re also coming to PS4, not PS5 exclusively. Sony lied by omission and should be held responsible. But we won’t be able to.
  • Rumors are swirling about Nintendo’s Switch upgrade. Super Nintendo Switch, Switch Pro, whatever you want to call it, Nintendo’s not confirming or denying. Why is Nintendo so silent? Shouldn’t they just come out and say something?
  • I’ve been playing Destiny 2 like a dedicated person; even bought the season pass. But one thing bugs me: Crucible bounties. In the wake of improvements to PvP with Stasis nerfs, it’s also time to take a look at modifying Crucible bounties.

Something Ridiculous

Each week there’s always something going on in this world that’s bonkers. I’ll highlight something that’ll probably make you lose faith in humanity, or make you feel good about yourself. But it’s all laughs.

This week? Someone tried using a pre-workout supplement by ingesting it…without diluting it with water. They found the idea on TikTok. Sheesh.

Speaking of social media, subscribe to our YouTube channel because that’s where this show exists, but we also upload a boatload of raw, no commentary gameplay of the latest games, big and small, every day.

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That’s it for this week. I’ll talk to you later.

Anthony Shelton started his journey in games media reading Nintendo Power, writing mock reviews, and writing E3 exposes. For fun. He grew up in the arcades playing with strangers and friends, and in the garage with his Commodore 64. He loves playing co-op and multiplayer games, but has no problem crushing your soul in any competitive game he enjoys.
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