PlayStation Store: MotoGP 22 and Chernobylite

PlayStation Store: MotoGP 22 and Chernobylite

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The new update of the PlayStation Store marks the debut of MotoGP 22, the latest edition of the officially licensed MotoGP racing game developed by the Italian team Milestone, which starts from the solid system that we have got to know over the years to deliver us a even more complete experience.

Among the other releases of the week are the next-gen version of Chernobylite, the survival-based action RPG of The Farm 51, but also the intriguing stealth action Winter Ember and Ganryu 2, sequel to the classic VISCO brand, published on the NEOGEO platform back in 1999.

MotoGP 22

MotoGP 22, the motorcycles in the race As per tradition for a franchise that is updated every year year, MotoGP 22 (PS5 and PS4, € 69.99) starts from the solid foundations developed by Milestone over time, the particular the multifaceted customizable driving model, to update an experience that once again promises to excite the most passionate fans MotoGP championships.

Among the novelties of this episode stands out the Nine Season 2009 mode, which faithfully reproduces the events and protagonists of that season, first of all Valentino Rossi, thanks to the support of excellent videos and a '' careful selection of the most significant events of the championship. In short, a real tribute to the Doctor.

In terms of structure, however, the numbers of MotoGP 22 do not disappoint between Career, Managerial Career, MotoGP Academy, the inevitable online multiplayer and the classic modes fast, which allow you to play a single grand prix or an entire championship, try your hand at the time attack or with the competitive option via split-screen for two players.

The final result is an enjoyable and engaging racer, but still plagued by a series of problems regarding the balance of difficulty, artificial intelligence and a technical sector rather distant from what is seen in the best exponents of the genre on PC and console. Our MotoGP 22 review is coming soon.


Chernobylite, one of the game's scenarios A few months after its release on PS4, Chernobylite (PS5, € 29.99 ) also lands on the next-gen Sony console, gaining much faster loading, even partial support for adaptive triggers and two different graphics modes: the first offers a resolution of 1080p and runs at 60 fps, while the second points to 4K with lots of of ray tracing but limiting the frame rate to 30 frames per second.

Improvements that aim to enhance the original survival horror experience, which will see us explore the Chernobyl area thirty years after the accident, in search of clues about what happened to the protagonist's girlfriend, who disappeared in mysterious conditions, while strange figures move in the shadows, threatening us at every step. The review of Chernobylite.

Winter Ember

Winter Ember, the protagonist moves with the favor of darkness Winter Ember (PS5 and PS4, € 29.99) tells a story of revenge, that of young Arthur, determined to find those responsible for the extermination of his family, which took place eight years earlier. Back from a long exile, the game's protagonist finds many changes awaiting him in the Victorian city of Anargal, but he doesn't let himself be intimidated and prepares his moves to strike enemies in silence.

The gameplay is in fact focused on the 'stealth element: we will have to go inside structures and buildings without getting noticed, with the favor of darkness, and eliminate the guards without triggering any alarm, until we reach the objective of the moment. In between missions, we will also have the opportunity to improve our equipment and add new, sophisticated gadgets. Winter Ember's review.

Ganryu 2

Ganryu 2 and its retro-style graphics Sequel to a 1999 classic for the NEOGEO platform, Ganryu 2 (PS5 and PS4, 14, 99 €) throws us into an alternative feudal Japan, putting us in the shoes of Minamoto Musashi, a heroic warrior determined to reach the island of Ganryu-jima to face the indomitable spirit of Sasaki Kojiro, his nemesis who challenges him even after death .

The game mechanics are typical of Shinobi-style hack & slash, ready to engage us in spectacular battles based on standard shots and special abilities, while we explore a two-dimensional scenario made even more fascinating by the pixel graphics art and the alternation of the four seasons, with their different shades.

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