Friday, 12 January 2018

This Week On Xbox: January 12, 2018

Here we go…the latest episode of This Week On Xbox.

Remember, you can watch the interactive version of This Week on Xbox from the Community section of the Xbox One dashboard in Canada, the UK and the US or watch it on the Xbox YouTube channel (This Week on Xbox Playlist).

Leave a comment below or hit me up on Twitter and let me know what you think of the show.



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PlayStation Blogcast 276: You’re a Wizard, Harry

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On today’s show, we speak to the two-man team behind the upcoming Wizard of Legend, a gorgeous spell-slinging adventure coming to PS4. Enjoy the show!

Stuff We Talked About

  • Wizard of Legend Interview
  • Game of the Year 2017 Winners
  • PS Store’s 2017 Top Download Charts
  • Your favorite video game intros
  • Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Recent Episodes


The Cast

Official PlayStation Blogcast: Sid ShumanOfficial PlayStation Blogcast: Justin MassongillOfficial PlayStation Blogcast: Ryan ClementsOfficial PlayStation Blogcast: Kristen Titus

Sid Shuman – Director of Social Media, SIEA
Justin Massongill – Social Media Manager, SIEA
Ryan Clements – Sr. Social Media Specialist, SIEA
Kristen Titus – Social Media Specialist, SIEA


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Thanks to Cory Schmitz for our beautiful logo and Dormilón for our rad theme song and show music.

[Editor’s note: PSN game release dates are subject to change without notice. Game details are gathered from press releases from their individual publishers and/or ESRB rating descriptions.]



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Mind The Vikings Is A City Builder Full Of Quirky Personalities!

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Combine the macro level of management (city-building) with the micro level (people managing) and you'll end up with Mind The Vikings. Players can look forward to discovering new lands and developing them to their liking, all while meeting the many different residents and their unique personalities!

The strongest draw to the game is the pairing of a Sims-like mechanic with city building, giving players some inhabitants and workers with personalities that can be weird, evil, or just plain silly. Mood has been mentioned when talking about the quirky residents of your village and the developers plan to have a mead hall for drinking and partying, leading us to believe that perhaps you can help influence the happiness of your villagers and their productivity. You'll definitely want to keep them happy so your community can grow and you can enjoy trading with other villages, as they may not even do what you want them to do, if they're feeling stubborn.

Players will be able to enjoy this new element in their city building mixed in with a dose of Viking spirit. If you prefer, you could have the option of raiding other villages and just taking goods by force! The developers are even planning to include mod support so that players can enjoy their own additions to the game. These developments are just a taste of what the developers hope to implement (along with many different personalities!) and, as early access continues, the developers will be looking at feedback to help improve the game.


You can purchase Mind The Vikings on Steam here! You can also check out the official website for further information!



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Mind The Vikings Is A City Builder Full Of Quirky Personalities!

mindTheVikings_header.jpg

Combine the macro level of management (city-building) with the micro level (people managing) and you'll end up with Mind The Vikings. Players can look forward to discovering new lands and developing them to their liking, all while meeting the many different residents and their unique personalities!

The strongest draw to the game is the pairing of a Sims-like mechanic with city building, giving players some inhabitants and workers with personalities that can be weird, evil, or just plain silly. Mood has been mentioned when talking about the quirky residents of your village and the developers plan to have a mead hall for drinking and partying, leading us to believe that perhaps you can help influence the happiness of your villagers and their productivity. You'll definitely want to keep them happy so your community can grow and you can enjoy trading with other villages, as they may not even do what you want them to do, if they're feeling stubborn.

Players will be able to enjoy this new element in their city building mixed in with a dose of Viking spirit. If you prefer, you could have the option of raiding other villages and just taking goods by force! The developers are even planning to include mod support so that players can enjoy their own additions to the game. These developments are just a taste of what the developers hope to implement (along with many different personalities!) and, as early access continues, the developers will be looking at feedback to help improve the game.


You can purchase Mind The Vikings on Steam here! You can also check out the official website for further information!



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Hi-Rez Expo Recap - The TouchArcade Show #337

I tried a totally new recording and audio mixing process this time around which I think normalized the podcast track way better than what I was doing before. In theory, our audio levels should be pretty even now (or at least they seem that way to me). Beyond that, this week we get into talking about our experience at the HiRez Expo in Atlanta Georgia, which is where we were last week. We move on to discussing some games including Qriket [Free], Let Them Come [$1.99], Kraino [Free], Double Dragon IV [Free], and HeliHopper [Free].

Don't forget to shoot us emails with any questions, feedback, or anything else relevant or irrelevant to podcast@toucharcade.com. We read 'em all, and love decoding messages written entirely in emoji. As always, you can listen to us with the links below... And if you like what you hear, please subscribe and/or drop us a review in iTunes. Much appreciated!

As a companion to this audio podcast, we also do a video version of the same show that is exclusive to Patreon which allows you to see us playing the games we're talking about. Backers can view the most recent video episodes of the TouchArcade show by clicking here. Be sure you're logged in to see the latest content. For everyone else who is curious, you can check out our public patreon posts to see older episodes of the video podcast. If you like what you see, consider becoming a TouchArcade Patreon backer.

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Direct Link: TouchArcadeShow-337.mp3, 70MB


This week's episode of The TouchArcade Show is sponsored by…

Quizcover

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TouchArcade Game of the Week: 'Kraino'

The idea behind the TouchArcade Game of the Week is that every Friday afternoon we post the one game that came out this week that we think is worth giving a special nod to. Now, before anyone goes over-thinking this, it doesn't necessarily mean our Game of the Week pick is the highest scoring game in a review, the game with the best graphics, or really any other quantifiable "best" thing. Instead, it's more just us picking out the single game out of the week's releases that we think is the most noteworthy, surprising, interesting, or really any other hard to describe quality that makes it worth having if you were just going to pick up one.

These picks might be controversial, and that's OK. If you disagree with what we've chosen, let's try to use the comments of these articles to have conversations about what game is your game of the week and why.

Without further ado…

 

Kraino

In case you haven't noticed before, aside from our crack handful of freelancers TouchArcade is just myself and Eli, and when it comes time for Game of the Week consideration, unless there's something that Eli feels especially strong about, it's usually up to just me. So for the past several years the Game of the Week column has largely reflected my own personal tastes, and if there's one thing you should know about me after working here for almost 8 years, it's that I love me some platforming. So when a strange-looking game called Kraino [Free] popped up on our forums this week, I was certainly intrigued based on its short App Store description that it was a "KICK IN THE SHORTS ACTION PLATFORMER!!" And I have to say, fellow platforming fans, Kraino is a winner.

When it comes to Kraino, several influences are pretty clear. First of all, the movement and jumping feels straight out of a classic 8-bit Mega Man game, as do the boss battles. However, despite the existence of some ranged weapons, Kraino is much more melee-focused, and in that sense it gives me a heavy Goblin Sword [$1.99] or Sword of Xolan [$0.99] feel. This game is mostly about precision jumping and hacking away at bad guys. Then there's this dark occult theme running throughout, which obviously feels pretty Castlevania-ish. It's a little more lighthearted and colorful than that series, but slashing away at candles on the wall to uncover items and the way your secondary weapons work all scream Castlevania.

Surprisingly, all those various elements come together to be a pretty fantastic mix with Kraino. There's nothing that will redefine the action platforming genre or anything, at least not that I've come across just yet, but the gameplay is solid and the game has a great feel to it, especially with your character's movement and jumping. It's a very skill-based game and can be quite challenging, but never feels overly frustrating. It also doesn't hurt that the pixel art character designs and backgrounds are fantastic, with lots of little details to take in, and the soundtrack kicks all sorts of butt. I found myself happily bopping along to the dark but catchy tunes as I played.

Perhaps the strangest thing of all is that Kraino appears to be completely free, with the only monetization I've seen being the ability to watch a video ad to continue if you die. I haven't seen any forced ads and there's no IAP, so that seems pretty darn generous as far as I'm concerned. So if you're looking for a straightforward and challenging platformer, there's no reason not to give this quirky little title a spin for free, and then drop by the forum thread to share your own thoughts about it.



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TouchArcade Needs Your Help to Survive: Here's All the Ways You Can Support Us (Some for Free!)

Two years ago now we launched our Patreon and since then while support from our community has been encouraging, we're still only half way to our goal to get back to firing on all cylinders. As you've likely noticed, there haven't been any new names on the site since Brad Nicholson left quite some time ago, as we're largely treading water trying to stay alive on the incredibly limited resources we have. I personally think third party editorial outlets like TouchArcade are very important to the health of online ecosystems like the App Store, and I believe we provide a significant value to our readers and iOS developers every day. All we're asking for is a value for value exchange, and if you feel you derive any value from reading TouchArcade (or anything from the TouchArcade community), please support our efforts to continue doing what we're doing. Here's all the ways you can do that:

Advertising

If you're an iOS developer looking to raise awareness of your game, advertising on sites like TouchArcade is a great way to reach a hyper-targeted audience of iOS gamers and industry influencers who view the site multiple times a day. We offer options ranging from sponsoring our podcast, advertising on our forums, or even completely re-skinning the site. Apple's editorial featuring games team constantly visits TouchArcade, along with (obviously) our whole staff, so having well-placed ads on a site like TouchArcade can be exponentially more effective at getting word out about your game than paying a PR person (likely way more money) to send us emails. For more information, contact our ad sales manager at ads@toucharcade.com.

Supporting Us on Patreon

Patreon is our primary funding source these days. If you're unfamiliar, you're able to more or less "subscribe" to creators (like us) whose content you value. We offer several different tiers of support, which grant things like cosmetic rewards on our forums, as well as access to a Patreon-only chat channel on our Discord server. All Patreon backers also get a video version of our podcast. Developers who support us on Patreon on the "Indie Developer" tier and above get access to a developer chat on on Discord for direct access to TouchArcade staff (and other developers), along with other developer-exclusive content like a business insights email newsletter, event reports, and more. We're also in the process of working with a few different highly relevant companies for exclusive discounts for Patreon backers, although nothing has been finalized just yet.

Overall, a good way to look at our Patreon is to think of TouchArcade as a magazine you'd subscribe to. If you used to pick up a copy of GamePro every month for five bucks (back when magazines only cost five bucks), kick us $5 instead. We provide way more content than print magazines ever could, in an infinitely more timely manner. If you'd like to support the site for more than that because we've saved you money over the years by helping you avoid bad games or by highlighting games you wanted when they were on sale... Even better! The way we look at it is that there's nothing more valuable than time, and we work well over a full time schedule to try and save YOU time by not having to sort through the crap on the App Store. If we've provided value to you in any of these ways, please consider giving back to us with your support.

Amazon Prime Members Can Subscribe to Us on Twitch for Free

If you're an Amazon Prime member, you get way more benefits than fast shipping that you might not even be aware of. One of those perks is Twitch Prime. Once you link up your Amazon account with Twitch, aside from a bunch of random gaming-related freebies, you'll also be able to subscribe to one Twitch channel per month for free. We hope you use that free subscription on our Twitch channel. Something to keep in mind with these free Twitch subscriptions is they do not auto-renew. You'll need to manually re-subscribe every month, so if you'd like to go one tiny step further for us, set a recurring reminder on your iPhone's calendar to remember to do this.

Subscribe on Twitch and/or Cheer with Bits

If you're not an Amazon Prime member, you can still subscribe to our Twitch channel, it just costs $4.99. Something to keep in mind with this is the Twitch revenue share is 50/50, so if you just want to support the site and don't really specifically care about Twitch, your dollars go way farther over on Patreon as they take significantly smaller payment processing fees. But, hey, if you just love Twitch and want the perks that come with a subscriber, rock on.

Twitch Bits Donation

Another thing you can do on Twitch to help us out is cheer us with Bits. It's a new thing Twitch recently added that let you more or less "tip" the active streamer with a Twitch-exclusive currency that gets added to our account which Twitch eventually pays out on. Much like subscriptions, the revenue share on Twitch Bits isn't great, but you can get them for free if you're willing to view some ads on Twitch. Cheering is pretty fun while streaming as there's a whole lot of fanfare when Bits come in, they get added to a tip cup, and Twitch chat gets all excited.

Shop on Amazon Through Our Affiliate Link

If you do a lot of shopping on Amazon, visiting the easy to remember URL http://ift.tt/2pHr7VS and clicking through our link gives us credit as the referral for everything you buy. Amazon then gives us a very tiny percentage of the sale, which they'd otherwise just keep for themselves. They have widely varying commission rates, but everything (short of just buying cash gift cards) awards us something.

Amazon Pantry items are among the highest commissions Amazon pays, so if buy a lot of non-perishables and other home goods on Amazon, clicking our link first would be amazing- It also helps keep the joke alive that TouchArcade is in part supported by toilet paper sales since mobile gamers spend a lot of time playing on the toilet.

One-Time Contributions via PayPal

One thing a lot of people have asked us for is the ability to do one-time payments via PayPal. As part of setting up everything to make our Twitch channel work, we also have a more user-friendly way to do one-time payments. Click here, fill out the form, and it'll toss you over to PayPal to complete your payment. All of your PayPal information remains confidential, so we'll really only know what you fill out on the one-time contribution page. If you want to cover PayPal fees, there's a checkbox for that too. One thing to keep in mind with this is that since this whole thing is built with Twitch in mind, it's outside of all the automated stuff we've built for Patreon. If you don't care about those rewards, rock on. Additionally, if we're streaming when you donate, it'll automatically read your note on stream.

Whitelist TouchArcade on Your Ad Blockers

I know this is a ultra-touchy subject for some people, but if you use an ad blocker, please whitelist the TouchArcade domain. We (to the detriment of our own success) run the site with minimal ads which are manually screened to avoid anything that spawns pop-ups, auto-plays sound, or anything else annoying. We respect our readers, and while we'd be doing tons better if we had full-screen and totally irritating interstitials, I think all that does is encourage more people to block your ads. If you just block everything because you assume all sites these days have in-your-face ads, just try whitelisting us. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised. And, hell, if you really want to block our ads, just kick us a few bucks in one of these other ways and we'll be square.

Tell Your Friends and/or Share Our Stories on Social Media

If you love TouchArcade, but really just aren't interested in supporting the site financially, you can still do us a solid via word of mouth. If a friend of yours just got a new iPhone, recommend they check out TouchArcade to find some great games to download. Additionally, we go out of our way to produce great long-form content which typically doesn't generate that much search traffic. For instance, Shaun's amazing RPG Reload series, which I think is some of the best content we publish, are among the worst performing articles on the site. If you read something here that you find insightful, or otherwise interesting, please take a moment to encourage your friends to check it out on Twitter or Facebook. You might think one share doesn't mean much, but we can clearly tell the difference in site analytics.

Thanks for Reading

As always, thanks so much to everyone who has supported us over the years. You're the main reason we're still around, and we hope to keep doing what we've been doing for years to come. Hitting our original Patreon goals would allow us to hire more writers, attend more events, refresh the site, and potentially even explore options with our iOS app. We've managed to successfully fight against the tide of needing to run SEO-bait listicles, get involved in sponsored content, and all the other gnarly things web sites are doing to stay alive all because of you.

Thanks everybody!



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Video: Redefining music in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

In this GDC 2016 session, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt composers Marcin Przybylowicz and Mikolai Stroinski discuss the soundtrack's influence on narration and how slavic folklore influenced musical direction. ...



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First-Person "Impossible" Game 'Glitch Dash' Gets First Trailer and is Close to Being Finished

In June of last year, we posted about Glitch, a first-person take on the "impossible" game genre popularized by the titular The Impossible Game [$0.99] as well as Geometry Dash [$1.99] and many others. Basically, a twitchy fast-reaction platformer but in a first-person perspective. The early glimpses of the game looked really cool, and developer David Marquardt of Marquardt Games, creator of the Noodlecake-published Fluffy Jump [Free] and Pull My Tongue [$0.99], has been hard at work on the game, now known as Glitch Dash, ever since. Well the light is at the end of the tunnel as today Marquardt updated the game's forum thread with news that Glitch Dash is close to completion and offered up a brand new trailer.

As you can see, Glitch Dash will have you running through gauntlets of death that materialize right before your eyes, tasking you with avoiding things like giant swinging axes and deadly lasers as you progress. It looks like split-second timing will be key as some of the hazards leave zero room for error, and there appears to be some sort of perspective rotating going on too as some obstacles require the world to "roll over" in order for you to pass them. I'm curious how it all works, and according to the developer there's "Just got some final tweaks to get done then it's ready to go" so hopefully it won't be too long before we can all get our hands on Glitch Dash.



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'Stickman Disc Golf Battle' is a Competition-Focused Take on the Classic Outdoor Game

Developer Djinnworks, who typically focuses on releasing "Stickman" versions of popular sports games, has put a bigger emphasis on competition with their last couple of releases. Both Stickman Skate Battle [Free] and Stickman Cross Golf Battle [Free] feature full 3D visuals and arcade-y game mechanic spins on their respective sports that are geared for short rounds and online competition. It seems to be a popular formula and after the release of Stickman Cross Golf Battle back in November Djinnworks got a lot of requests from players for a disc golfing game in a similar vein. After putting together a proof of concept for such a game, they realized they had something pretty fun on their hands, and thus Stickman Disc Golf Battle was born. Here's some video of a very early work-in-progress version.

If you've never played disc golf in real life, well, you are truly missing out. Traditional golf is a very tricky sport to master with its variety of clubs and reliance on strong swing mechanics which can take years and years to hone. Disc golf has its own set of skills and strategies, but pretty much everyone can throw a disc, so it makes it a much more approachable hobby in my opinion. Stickman Disc Golf Battle looks like a solid video game representation of that. While we don't have a release window just yet, you can follow along with the progress of its development in our forums and we'll let you know once a launch date is announced.



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Activision's Transformers games pulled from digital stores

Hasbro's licensing deal with Activision has expired, causing Transformers: War for Cybertron, Fall of Cybertron and Devastation to be quietly removed from digital marketplaces. ...



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The original Xbox's oversized “Duke” controller has been revived, and returns this March

The original Xbox's infamously oversized first controller - affectionately known as The Duke - has been revived, and returns this March.

Its surprise revival is the work of Seamus Blackley, often referred to as the father of the original Xbox, and peripheral manufacturer Hyperkin. But why resurrect a controller that's often cited as one of the worst in console history?

In an interview with Cnet, Blackley has attempted to answer that question, shedding some light on the genesis on this most unlikely of projects. It all began, says Blackley, after he shared an old photo of The Duke on Twitter. "I discovered to my horror and fascination that The Duke was an object of nostalgia and comfort and happiness and childhood memories, and all these people with big hands saying it was the only controller that was comfortable".

Read more…



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How to Catch Legendary Pokemon Kyogre in 'Pokemon GO'

Are you a top-tier Pokemon Go [Free] raider looking to collect as many legendary Pokemon as possible? Well, one more legendary Pokemon is now available for everyone to get. Appearing in raid battles around the world, players will be able to capture the water-type legendary Pokemon Kyogre by participating in raid battles from now until 1:00 PM Pacific on February 14th.

Originally introduced in generation III, Kyogre is super recognizable as it's on the cover of Pokemon Sapphire. (The primal version is on the box of Pokemon Alpha Sapphire.) This, in my opinion anyway, makes Kyogre super desirable for anyone playing Pokemon Go. To find raides for Kyogre, load up the game, and use the nearby screen, and scope out raids happening around you. Raid battles happen pretty frequently, so as long as you make some time between now and 2/14, you shouldn't have too much issue snagging a Kyogre.



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Here are Gamasutra's predictions about the game industry for 2018

The Gamasutra editorial crew attempts to guess how an already-tumultuous 2018 will play out. ...



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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for 1/16/2018

Rise up with the latest entry in the iconic fighting franchise. Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition arrives next week on disc, and as a free update for the original game.

Built atop the exhilarating framework of Street Fighter V, Arcade Edition includes the base content from the original version alongside arcade mode, Character Pass 1 and 2 (12 additional characters), and updated mechanics. Step into the ring and compete in one of the most ferocious arenas in gaming history.

For a full list of new games coming to PlayStation next week, read on. And enjoy The Drop!

The Drop

New Releases: Week of January 16, 2018
Albert and Otto
PS4 — Digital

Albert and Otto

In this first installment “The Adventure Begins” the player is thrown headfirst into a haunting world set in 1939 Germany in search of a mysterious girl with bunny ears. Clues as to who she is and what happened to her are scattered throughout the game in the form of drawings left in post boxes and shards that the player must piece together.

Beholder Complete Edition
PS4 — Digital

Beholder

You’re a government-installed landlord in a totalitarian state. Your job is to spy on tenants, peep into their lives, eavesdrop on their conversations, and profile everyone to ensure laws are beyond obeyed and the state is kept happy. Anyone caught plotting against the state’s ever-changing laws must be reported. But will you?

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory
PS4 — Digital, Retail (Out 1/19)

Digimon Cyber Sleuth

Get ready to dive back into the digital world in Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory. Set in the near future, the line between the real and digital worlds is blurred and logging into cyberspace is a part of everyday life.

InnerSpace
PS4 — Digital

InnerSpace

In the final days of the Inverse, you must help the Archaeologist recover the last remaining memories before they are lost forever. Fly through ancient skies and abandoned oceans to discover the lost history of this fading realm, where entire civilizations have died, yet their gods still wander.

Kerbal Space Program Enhanced Edition
PS4 — Digital

Kerbal Space Program

In Kerbal Space Program, take charge of the space program for the alien race known as the Kerbals. You have access to an array of parts to assemble fully-functional spacecraft that flies (or doesn’t) based on realistic aerodynamic and orbital physics.

Kingdom: New Lands
PS4 — Digital

Kingdom new Lands

Tales spread of far off isles with mysteries waiting to be discovered. Rulers will need all the strength of their subjects to sail away and find new kingdoms in these New Lands.

Portal of Evil: Stolen Runes
PS4 — Digital

Portal of Evil

The gates to another world will open soon! You can stop the impending disaster, but to do so at all costs to return the stolen stamps!

Rento Fortune
PS4 — Digital (Out 1/19)

Rento

Rento Fortune is an online dice board game. To win in Rento, you have to bankrupt the other players.

StarDrone
PS VR — Digital (Out 1/17)

StarDrone

StarDrone is a high-kinetic action puzzle with a mix of arcade, pinball, breakout, physics, and collect-the-objects.

Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition
PS4 — Digital Update, Retail

Street Fighter V Arcade Edition

Street Fighter V – Arcade Edition returns with more modes, more characters and enhanced gameplay.

Vesta
PS4 — Digital (Out 1/19)

Vesta

Vesta is a witty 6-year-old girl who lives in a desolate underground maze — the ruins of a once-bright city inhabited by humans and perfect machines. Although this world can be lonely, she is kept company by her friend BOT. It advises her and encourages her to do the tasks she is assigned, although it knows much more than it lets on.

PlayStation Music Logo

  • Camila Cabello – Camila
  • Borns – Blue Madonna
  • The Neighbourhood – To Imagine

PlayStation Video Logo

  • Geostorm
  • Last Flag Flying

The information above is subject to change without notice.



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