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Netflix: 10 Newly Added Titles To Watch In March 2020 (& 5 To Catch Before They Leave)

Who knew 20 years ago there would be so many options available to watch at your fingertips? Cable TV has almost become obsolete, and streaming companies like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon have taken over. With so many titles available, it’s hard to narrow down what you should and shouldn’t move to the top of your watchlist.

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Here are ten best titles Netflix will release this March, and five to watch before they leave.

15 The Shawshank Redemption (1994): Available March 1st

This 1994 award-winning classic has finally made its way to the streaming giant. The Shawshank Redemption sets itself apart from the typical prison drama, making it to the top of many “best of all time” lists. Starring Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins, The Shawshank Redemption was also written by Stephen King.

14 Space Jam (1996): Available March 1st

This Looney Tunes-Michael Jordan crossover is a classic comedy that brings nostalgia to any ’90s baby. Bill Murray was glad to be a part of Space Jam after he expressed regret for turning down his chance to star in another popular animated live-action film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988).

13 Taylor Tomlinson: Quarter-Life Crisis (2020): Available March 3rd

Netflix has been known for hosting some ripe comedy specials, with March in full swing. The hilarious comedienne Taylor Tomlinson chronicles her struggles of living through the second half of her 20s in the upcoming special Taylor Tomlinson: Quarter-Life Crisis. Tomlinson was featured on Last Comic Standing, and guest stars on the TV series The Comedy Lineup.

12 Everybody’s Everything (2019): Available March 4th 

Receiving a 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, this documentary intimately explores the life of late rapper Lil Peep, who blended multiple cultures to form his identity and music style, from emo to punk to gangster rap. Lil Peep passed away from a drug overdose at just 21 years old, but his legacy of bringing a unique identity to mainstream media lives on through Terrance Malick’s highly regarded tribute, Everybody’s Everything.

11 The Circle: Brazil (2020): Available March 11th

There have already been versions of The Circle in the U.S. and the U.K., which did extremely well after Netlfix premiered the American version at the beginning of this year. This new reality competition series features several contestants who live separated from each other in apartments and only communicate through “the circle”– a voice-activated social media platform where users chat amongst themselves and build profiles to try and be ranked the highest by their opponents, ultimately winning a $100,000 cash prize!

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10 100 Humans (2020): Available March 13th

In the upcoming Netflix original series, 100 Humans features one hundred “uniquely diverse” volunteers who participate in surveys and experiments regarding their age, ethnicity, gender, happiness, and other modalities. While there doesn’t seem to be much media coverage as of now, this social experiment could garner attention, whether it be positive or negative, once viewers get a glimpse inside, March 13th.

9 Search Party (2016-): Available March 16th

This neo-noir single-camera TBS show, starring Arrested Development‘s Alia Shawkat, follows the lives of four twenty-somethings after they find themselves involved in the disappearance of their old college acquaintance. Shawkat plays protagonist Dory, who’s searching for something undefinable while becoming a full-grown adult. The third season of Search Party has been renewed and will premiere on HBO’s new platform HBO Max in May 2020.

8 Bert Kreischer: Hey Big Boy: Available March 17th

Bert Kreischer makes no apologies during his raunchy standup specials, which aren’t for the faint of heart. If you’re offended easily, skip this title. If you like people who make fun of people who are offended easily, check out Bert Kreischer: Hey Big Boy, on Netflix March 17th.

7 “Ozark” Season 3 (2017-): Available March 27th

This Netflix original series stars Jason Bateman as Marty Byrde, a Chicago financial advisor who suddenly moves his family to the Missouri Ozarks after things go amiss during his involvement with a large money laundering scam involving the second biggest Mexican drug cartel. Ozark has gained a ton of popularity since its premiere, and fans are excited to see its return for season three, available March 27th.

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6 There’s Something in the Water (2019): Available March 27th

Co-directors Ellen Page (Juno) and Ian Daniel bring There’s Something in the Water, which investigates the disparaging effects of environmental racism in Nova Scotia, Canada, based on the novel by sociologist Ingrid Waldron. “In Canada, your postal code determines your health,” says Waldron during the trailer. This gritty documentary exposes the impact local government has made on marginalized communities who suffer from environmental risks.

5 Zodiac (2007): Leaving March 19th

This psychological thriller became an instant cult classic, revolving around the infamous Zodiac Killer of the San Francisco area during the 1960s and 1970s. Zodiac stars Jake Gyllenhall, Mark Ruffalo, and Robert Downey Jr., and depicts the real-life crime case properly, receiving a 7.7 on IMDb. Catch Zodiac before it leaves Netflix on March 19th.

4 Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) & Kill Bill Vol. 2  (2004): Leaving March 30th 

This pair of Quinten Tarantino classics will also be leaving Netflix on March 30th. Uma Thurman stars as “The Bride” in Kill Bill Vol. 1, who wakes up from a four-year coma with a vengeance, seeking justice against her old allies at the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad. Kill Bill Vol. 2 is the continuation of “The Bride” and her journey to, well, kill Bill! Catch these cult classics while you still can!

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3 New York Minute (2004):  Leaving March 30th

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have been famous practically since birth, as the stars of hits like Full House (which turned into the Netflix adaptation Fuller House) and It Takes Two (1995, also available on Netflix). After a string of popular direct-to-video movies like Passport to Paris (1999) and Holiday in the Sun (2001), the Olsen Twins cranked things up a notch with a more PG-13 vibe in the box office hit, New York Minute, available until March 30th.

2 The L Word (2004-2009): Leaving March 19th

This popular LGBTQ+ friendly drama will, unfortunately, be leaving Netflix on March 19th, but you can stream seasons one through six of The L Word in the meantime! The series follows the lives of a close group of queer women managing their Los Angeles lives as their close friends and family manage their acceptance. The L Word was renewed for a second season one day after the pilot aired, and had the green light on season three before they even began to film season two, due to its immediate success.

1 Coraline (2009): Leaving March 15th

This animated Henry Selick film stars Dakota Fanning as Coraline, who moves into a new house with her neglectful parents, only to find a secret passageway to a whole new world of mismatched creatures who adore their children – a seemingly perfect utopia. After the secret world’s “Other Mother” invites Coraline to stay permanently, things go awry and she suddenly must rely on her determination and wit to save her family. Coraline leaves Netflix March 15th.

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2020-03-03 01:03:30

Briana Kranich

Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection Brings Handheld Titles to Consoles for First Time

Fans of Capcom’s Mega Man are now able to replay the Mega Man X and Mega Man ZX spin-off games in the new Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection, which hits stores today. All six handheld installments of the hit early 2000s robot-busting series are being brought to current generation consoles like the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC for the first time ever.

Set a century after the events of the Mega Man X series, the first four Mega Man Zero titles were released on the GameBoy Advance and followed the titular Maverick Hunter Zero as he battles various robotic villains across various side-scrolling environments. The following two games, titled Mega Man ZX and Mega Man ZX Advent, were released on the Nintendo DS and told the story of a new group of selectable protagonists as they fought to protect the fragile peace between humans and robots by “Megamerging” into more powerful forms via “Biometals.”

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The Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection launch trailer, posted on the Mega Man YouTube channel earlier today, demonstrates all six titles in the collection, showing off their bright and colorful gameplay while giving a brief summary of the two series’ storylines. In addition to the games, Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection also contains a bonus “Z Chaser” mode, which allows players to race through stages against the clock or other players online, as well as a gallery of music and concept art from the Mega Man Zero and Mega Man ZX titles and additional difficulty settings to make the notoriously challenging games more welcoming to beginners.

This is the latest in a series of Mega Man re-releases on current-gen consoles, starting with the original NES Mega Man series and its brief seventh-generation revival in the form of 2015’s Mega Man Collection and 2017’s Mega Man Collection 2. The line would then continue with Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 and 2 in 2018, bringing the franchise’s Super Nintendo-era reboot to modern audiences. So far, there are no plans to bring the other Mega Man spin-off lines – such as the PlayStation 1-era Mega Man Legends or the DS-based Mega Man Star Force – to the current generation, but those plans could change in the future.

Still, the chance to replay the Mega Man Zero and Mega Man ZX games on home consoles is an exciting prospect for fans of the franchise, especially with how bright, fast and smooth the in-game graphics look on current hardware. The Mega Man Zero and Mega Man ZX titles are beloved by fans due to their more mature storytelling and evolved gameplay, and these traits are on full display in the updated re-release. Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection is available now, allowing fans the world over to fire up their Z-Sabers and battle to save the future.

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Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection is available now on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Source: Capcom/YouTube


2020-02-25 02:02:12

J. Brodie Shirey

10 Amazing Movies That Nearly Had Terrible Titles | ScreenRant

“What’s in a name?” It’s the question famously posed by William Shakespeare in Romeo and Juliet, and as it turns out, the answer is “quite a lot” – at least, as far as cinema is concerned. Indeed, many of the most popular movies of all time very nearly ended up saddled with truly awful titles that could have jeopardized their chances of success.

Fortunately, the lackluster labels attached to these otherwise awesome films were replaced before they hit theatres – in some instances, only just barely. It’s a good thing too, since – as this list illustrates – these terrible titles could have been enough to turn smash hits into box office bombs!

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10 Back To The Future

Former Universal Pictures head honcho Sid Sheinberg was a pretty hands-on studio executive – and one of his notes in particular caused a major headache for Back to the Future director Bob Zemeckis. See, ol’ Sid was convinced that this beloved sci-fi adventure classic needed a new name, based off the dubious reasoning that no hit movies had ever contained “future” in their title.

His suggestion? Re-work a gag in the script where Marty McFly is mistaken for an alien and call the picture “Space Man From Pluto”, which…wasn’t a great idea. Enter: producer (and Hollywood heavyweight) Steven Spielberg, who applauded Sheinberg on his hilarious “joke” – gently but firmly drawing the debate over the title to a close.

9 Alien

Seminal 1979 sci-fi/horror mash-up Alien boasts one of the best movie titles ever. Minimalist, bold, and clear, it quite rightly puts the spotlight on the terrifying monster at heart of the narrative. What’s more, there’s something indescribably sophisticated about the movie’s single syllable name that gels brilliantly with director Ridley Scott’s high-brow approach to Alien’s B-movie premise.

Intriguingly, Alien was almost lumped with a decidedly less elegant appellation. Screenwriter Dan O’Bannon developed Alien’s screenplay under the working title “Star Beast” – which the scribe himself thought was abysmal. Searching for an appropriate alternative, O’Bannon finally landed on Alien, once he realized how often the word kept cropping up in his drafts!

8 Scream

Like Alien, Wes Craven’s Scream benefits immensely from its monosyllabic title that communicates its subject matter both economically and stylishly. This wasn’t always the case, though – writer Kevin Williamson initially envisioned a slightly longer, far less effective name for this 1996 deconstructionist slasher effort.

Back in the early ‘90s, the script Williamson shopped around Hollywood sported the less than impressive headline “Scary Movie”. Admittedly, Williamson’s planned title ties in with the Ghostface villain’s dialogue and hints at Scream’s metafictional aspects, but it’s also undeniably goofy. Indeed, that’s probably why the satirical Scary Movie franchise – which lampoons Scream, among several other horror properties – later adopted the name, instead!

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7 Blade Runner

Don’t get us wrong: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? is a terrific title…for a novel. However, it’s not exactly ideal when you’re trying to market a big budget sci-fi thriller. That’s why the original headline of author Philip K. Dick’s book was ditched early in production of its 1982 screen adaptation, in favor of the far catchier title Blade Runner.

Funnily enough, “Blade Runner” was actually the name of a completely unrelated script that caught screenwriter Hampton Fancher’s eye. Fancher mentioned the title to director Ridley Scott, who loved it; next minute, the rights to the other project (including its title) were purchased, and the newly acquired name immediately appropriated!

6 Goodfellas

Nicolas Pileggi’s true crime novel Wiseguys – which documents the rise and fall of mobster Henry Hill – served as the basis for Martin Scorsese’s acclaimed 1990 epic Goodfellas. Scorsese had intended to release his big screen version of Pileggi’s book using its original header, until he became aware of two other competing projects bearing similar names.

To be honest, we’re glad things panned out the way they did. Wiseguys is a perfectly serviceable (if boring) title for a picture about crooks, but it’s a little bland and very much on the nose, too. On the other hand, Goodfellas deftly communicates the story’s subject matter without beating you over the head with it – plus there’s the irony of branding the flick’s violent, amoral underworld protagonists “good.”

5 Speed

In case you haven’t noticed by now, we’re a huge fan of concise film titles. It’s not that we don’t appreciate wordier names for movies, but shorter is almost always better. Take Speed: this 1994 action thriller was originally known as “Minimum Speed” – a reference to key plot device around which the whole middle act pivots.

Yet rather than conveying the excitement of Speed’s adrenaline-fuelled narrative, “Minimum Speed” gave off the exact opposite impression, suggesting a slow-moving affair. Recognizing this, screenwriter Graham Yost dropped the first part of the title, and Speed finally had itself a brand that truly represented its propulsive charms.

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4 Pretty Woman

Fun fact: virtually everything about Pretty Woman was dramatically altered prior to the beloved romantic comedy hitting theatres – including its title. Originally a gritty drama that offered up a much bleaker snapshot of the sex industry in Los Angeles circa the 1980s, Pretty Woman started life as “3,000”.

As the script’s tone lightened with each successive draft, the “3,000” title soon became irrelevant and in need of a rethink – besides which, according to James B Stewart’s DisneyWar, Disney executives hated the name anyway. This inspired director Garry Marshall to substitute it for “Pretty Woman” – a callback to the Roy Orbison track “Oh, Pretty Woman” which figures prominently in the movie’s soundtrack.

3 Almost Famous

Writer-director Cameron Crowe wanted to call his semi-autobiographical coming-of-age joint Almost Famous “Untitled” – so much so that this title that appears in the extended Director’s Edition home release. To be honest, even though we’re all for brevity, we can’t fully get behind Crowe’s preferred title, try as we might.

Sure, it’s a nice reflection of the journalism aspects of the story. But ultimately, “Untitled” lacks the flair of “Almost Famous”, which neatly ties in with the movie’s rock ‘n’ roll tour trappings and several plot elements and themes. That said, Almost Famous didn’t exactly light up the box office, so maybe a different title would have helped!

2 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Was there ever a movie with a more paradoxically schlocky yet oddly well-crafted moniker than The Texas Chainsaw Massacre? With these four simple words, director (and co-writer) Tobe Hooper immediately establishes exactly the kind of cinematic experience you can expect: an unrelentingly harrowing one!

Interestingly, Hooper nearly went in an entirely different direction when it came time to christen his influential 1974 slasher flick. As revealed in the home media release’s audio commentary, Hooper toyed with options ranging from the wildly noncommercial (“Headcheese”, anyone?) to the potentially viable (“Leatherface” is a fantastic name…for a sequel) before embracing the unbeatable directness of the film’s final title.

1 Tomorrow Never Dies

The history of film is littered with instances of “happy accidents”: things that go wrong during production that somehow manage to improve the finished product. Tomorrow Never Dies, Pierce Brosnan’s second outing as James Bond, certainly falls under this umbrella – indeed, it owes its very name to just such a fortuitous slip-up!

How? Well, when MGM received a list of titles for Agent 007’s 18th big screen mission, “Tomorrow Never Dies” emerged as the clear frontrunner. Funnily enough, that name was a mistake: “Tomorrow Never Lies” was the title Eon Productions originally intended to pitch – which admittedly ties in neatly with movie’s media-centric plot…but sounds waaaaaay less sexy.

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2019-11-01 02:11:24

Leon Miller

Star Wars Timeline Gives Official Titles For Prequel, Original & New Trilogies

Disney and Lucasfilm have unveiled an official Star Wars timeline that finally names each of the three trilogy eras. George Lucas has always claimed he envisioned Star Wars as a trilogy of trilogies, and under Disney, that dream has become a reality.

Where some franchises largely operate in chronological order, Star Wars hops around the timeline with impunity. The timeline has become even more complex in the Disney era, with Lucasfilm releasing spinoff movies like Rogue One and Solo: A Star Wars Story. The books and the comics have taken to publishing official timelines – and at D23, Lucasfilm followed suit.

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Lucasfilm released a timeline that shows all the films and TV shows to date. It breaks the timeline into three eras: the Age of Republic (the Prequels), the Age of Rebellion (the Original Trilogy) and the Age of Resistance (the Sequels). The comics and novels have been following this approach for almost a year now, but D23 has seen Lucasfilm embrace it as a defining part of the Star Wars franchise.

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2019-08-23 05:08:17

Thomas Bacon

Why There Are Four Dragons In Game Of Thrones’ New Opening Titles

The new opening credits for Game of Thrones contain various clues for season 8, but what do the four dragons on the golden ring mean? As the series has evolved, so have the opening credits sequence. With only a handful of episodes left, there are still many questions that need answering. The Game of Thrones opening sequence could indicate which mysteries will finally be solved in the final season.

Dragons were first introduced in season 1 when Daenerys Targaryen was given three petrified dragon eggs as a wedding gift. By the end of the season, the dragon eggs miraculously hatched and the species was re-established into the world of Westeros. From then on, the dragons – Drogon, Rhaegal, and Viserion – became integral pieces to Dany’s story arc. The trio of fire-breathing dragons also gave her an advantage over her various enemies, especially on the battlefield. That stood true until they met the Night King.

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Dany’s connection to the majestic reptiles goes much deeper when considering her family history. The Targaryens had the last surviving Valyrian dragons before the species were thought to have gone extinct. Dany’s ancestor, Aegon I Targaryen, used his dragons – Balerion, Vhagar, and Meraxes – to conquer the Seven Kingdoms. The skulls of those dragons are still kept in the Red Keep as the story continues to be passed down to generations. There have been various other dragons kept by members of House Targaryen; it’s the theme of their sigil, after all. But could there be other dragons alive in Game of Thrones?

On one of the gold rings within the credits (1:33 mark in the video below), three small dragons can be seen in front of a much larger dragon. Considering only three dragons have made appearances in the series, the addition of a fourth on the gold ring is very intriguing. More than likely the large dragon represents Daenerys, who is also known as the “Mother of Dragons.” Even though Viserion is currently a member of the Night King’s undead army, all three of Dany’s dragons are imperative to the final season. There could also be other meanings behind the message shown in the credits.

The mystery surrounding “The Prince That Was Promised” will hopefully be solved by season’s end. The prophecy suggests that a character will emerge as a savior with a sword called Lightbringer to fight the impending darkness. In the book series which the show is based, the prince is thought to be the reborn version of the legendary figure, Azor Ahai. The prophecy specifically uses the word “prince,” but in High Valyrian, the word translates to “prince” or “princess.” Many viewers suspect that Jon Snow is the prince described in the prophecy, but it could very well be Dany. The shooting star that can be seen above the dragons on the gold ring even matches with a quote by Melisandre in the books, adding more evidence that Dany is Azor Ahai.

When the red star bleeds and the darkness gathers, Azor Ahai shall be born again amidst smoke and salt to wake dragons out of stone.”

If the prophecy doesn’t become a focal point in the final season of Game of Thrones, it’s still possible the image of the fourth dragon has implications for the final episodes. There has been speculation that other dragons could be hiding in Westeros, possibly even in the crypts of Winterfell. In the books, there are rumors that a dragon laid eggs deep in the crypts by the natural hot springs. Seeing as the crypts are an enormous labyrinth of caverns and passageways, who knows what could be hiding in there. If any dragons are in there, now would be the time for them to come out.

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2019-04-25 10:04:27

Kara Hedash

How Game Of Thrones Opening Titles Are Different In Season 8

The final season of Game of Thrones is finally here, and that means one more season of the iconic opening sequence. Since the beginning, fans have joked about the length of the opening sequence, with one even working out that fans who watch the entire thing each episode have spent over an hour and a half watching that map of Westeros and listening to the theme music. The credits do more than just take up an incredible amount of time, though – they also change from episode to episode, revealing a little bit about what is going to happen in the episode.

Each episode, the credits begin with an astrolabe decorated with the symbols of the major houses of Westeros, wrapping around the sun, before the camera pans down to a three-dimensional map of Westeros and Essos. From here, the shot zooms in, skimming over the map and stopping on labeled locations (like Winterfell or Dragonstone) that rise from the map using clockwork. As well as showing the locations that are going to be relevant in each episode, the Game of Thrones map changes depending on what has been happening in Westeros; when Winterfell burned, smoke rose from it on the map. When a castle is taken by a different house, their sigil appears on it. All these details add up, orienting the viewer at the start of the show.

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While the opening credits are different for each episode, there are some major differences when it comes to the opening credits for Game of Thrones season 8. Immediately, the visual effects are much more dynamic; the shot doesn’t just look over the various locations from above – when the camera comes to Winterfell and King’s Landing, it actually goes into the locations, exploring the Stark crypts and dragon skull basement respectively.

A new location also appears, as the shot of the Wall shows the massive breach that was made by Ice-Viserion in the Game of Thrones season 7 finale, as well as a shot of the castle nearby, and a sheet of ice spreading outward from the wall (charting the path of the Night King’s army).

In additon to the new design and perspective of the Westeros map Game of Thrones opening, the season 8 titles also feature different tableaux on the rings. Instead of Robert’s rebellion, they now depict the War of the Five Kings, with images of the Red Wedding and the birth of Daenerys’ dragons.

It’s fantastic to see that for the final Game of Thrones season, HBO is really pushing the boat out to create something new and exciting for fans, and leaves everyone wondering what else we might see appearing in the opening credits over the next five episodes – and if another major change may happen for the series finale itself.

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2019-04-14 06:04:01

Rose Moore

PSN Name Change Issues Affecting Major Titles

PlayStation’s new PSN name change service has finally gone live after over a decade of fans requesting it, but the list of games it can potentially cause issues for is extensive and affects a number of major players on the platform. Users already knew there were going to be issues with the service, as Sony outlined in the blog post that revealed it that there were several problems with name changes that could cause players to lose trophy progress, saved game data, and even DLC that they had already paid for.

The PSN name change service might be a long-time coming, but it appears that PlayStation fans will have to exercise caution with the new feature as Sony tries to figure out how to retroactively prepare thousands of games for users changing their ID. While that might not seem like a big issue at first glance, depending on the way that the network is configured, a lot of data could be lost or corrupted as a result of the changes. It’s a sobering reminder to supporters of Sony’s platform that, for all the innovation and success that the PS4 has brought the company, some of Sony’s online offerings are archaic at best and the by-product of years of complacency.

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Although the issues with the PSN name change service are frightening, at the very least, Sony has worked hard to establish a list of games that are known to have issues with the process. Players who own and are actively using these titles might want to think twice about whether or not to use the service, although some of the issues—unlinking user accounts, settings being reset to default, having previous ID remain visible for some time—can be fixed by just signing in and out. It’s the major ones like lost data or paid content no longer being accessible that should give fans pause. Here’s a list of games that might be affected, but are more likely to experience minor issues rather than the critical ones:

  • Absolver: Downfall
  • Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag
  • Big City Stories
  • Bloodborne
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts
  • Crossout
  • Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin
  • Dark Souls III
  • Dragon Quest Builders
  • FIFA 17 Standard Edition
  • Gauntlet: Slayer Edition
  • God Eater 2 Rage Burst
  • Grand Theft Auto V
  • Gundam Versus
  • Guns Up!
  • Injustice 2 – Standard Edition
  • Killzone Shadow Fall
  • Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite
  • MLB The Show 17
  • Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4
  • Naruto Shippuden: Storm Trilogy
  • Naruto Storm: Road to Boruto Expansion
  • NBA 2K19
  • PlayStation VR Worlds
  • Rock Band 4
  • Rocksmith 2014 Edition – Remastered
  • The Last of Us Remastered
  • Titanfall 2
  • Trackmania Turbo
  • Trove
  • Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
  • UNO
  • Warframe
  • WipEout Omega Collection

There are a few games who have been tagged for having critical issues, too, but luckily it’s a toss-up between Just Dance 2017 and Worms Battlegrounds on which title can claim to be the most popular on the affected list—which means it’s unlikely to really cause issues for the majority of the population. Having minor issues with big titles like The Last of Us RemasteredWarframeUncharted 4: A Thief’s End and more is certainly less than ideal, though, and Sony will probably be working hard to shore those up, especially if its digital offerings are to remain stuck in this generation even while Google and Microsoft vie for control of the streaming platform market at its inception point.

While Sony users will finally get access to the PSN name change service they’ve been desperately pleading with the company for, it’s coming with a hefty price. Regardless, those of us unlucky enough to have names like xXx420SephirothFanxXx will probably still run the risk of changing ID tags. If loot boxes have taught us anything, it’s that sometimes in life, gamers have to gamble a little to get the result they want.

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Source: PlayStation Network Change Online ID Games List


2019-04-12 08:04:21

Cody Gravelle