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  1. Game Nights - Rainbow Six Siege

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    Game Nights Rainbow Six Siege (1/14/17), Hosted by Recon_avwf and Syrupywolf. Spots are limited and time is short, so save a spot by replying with ‘GNR’ and your PSN ID. Game Nights are weekly PlayStation 4 community events where members gather every Saturday to play games together. These games can span from new released Triple-A games, old popular games, indie games, free to play games, and even PS Plus monthly line-up games that support multiplayer features. No matter what game it is we’re sure you’ll find something to enjoy. So come join the mayhem, make new friends, laugh all night, destroy the world or destroy each other! How To Join Game Nights Reply below with the Abbreviation you see above and include your PSN ID (you’ll be added to our Attendance List). Look for and remember your Game Nights Start Time for your region/country below. Remember who the Host/Hosts are. On the day and start time of Game Nights keep an eye out for an invite from the Host/Hosts (either an In-Game invite and/or a Party Chat invite). Game Nights Start Times Universal Time Coordinated 10:00 PM UTC North America Times 6:00 PM ET 5:00 PM CT 4:00 PM MT 3:00 PM PT United Kingdom/Ireland Times 11:00 PM GMT *Game Nights are ever changing and are open to change. Always stay up-to-date in case a Game Nights changes.
  2. Game Nights Rainbow Six Siege (1/14/17), Hosted by Recon_avwf and Syrupywolf. Spots are limited and time is short, so save a spot by replying with ‘GNR’ and your PSN ID. Game Nights are weekly PlayStation 4 community events where members gather every Saturday to play games together. These games can span from new released Triple-A games, old popular games, indie games, free to play games, and even PS Plus monthly line-up games that support multiplayer features. No matter what game it is we’re sure you’ll find something to enjoy. So come join the mayhem, make new friends, laugh all night, destroy the world or destroy each other! How To Join Game Nights Reply below with the Abbreviation you see above and include your PSN ID (you’ll be added to our Attendance List). Look for and remember your Game Nights Start Time for your region/country below. Remember who the Host/Hosts are. On the day and start time of Game Nights keep an eye out for an invite from the Host/Hosts (either an In-Game invite and/or a Party Chat invite). Game Nights Start Times Universal Time Coordinated 10:00 PM UTC North America Times 6:00 PM ET 5:00 PM CT 4:00 PM MT 3:00 PM PT United Kingdom/Ireland Times 11:00 PM GMT *Game Nights are ever changing and are open to change. Always stay up-to-date in case a Game Nights changes.*
  3. Love the work I am seeing man, welcome to the AJSA Community. Hope to see ya around and maybe some more of your art work. Can say no matter what platform you hail from we have just about anything and everything for you to enjoy. Whether that be PC, PS4, or XB1 (No Nintendo, atleast not until we see how the Switch does).
  4. Had my own opinions from the demos they showcased of Scaledbound at press events, however never would wish something like this to happen to them. I hope Platinum Games can take the punishment of 2016 with strive, march on through 2017 and show many of us why we love their games. Cause right now, feels bad for them man. Not looking good.
  5. I really want you to have success with this new plan. Even if it changes over the months, I think having an agenda of when you want things to come out will really help you in the long run. Not in terms of views, channel health, or anything like that. But help you in terms of keeping yourself from doing a million and two things all at once with no plan of when those million and two things will come to existence.
  6. Game Nights - Prominence Poker

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    Game Nights Prominence Poker (1/7/17), Hosted by DoctorPainMD and Blood-fury666. Spots are limited and time is short, so save a spot by replying with ‘GNPP’ and your PSN ID. Game Nights are weekly PlayStation 4 community events where members gather every Saturday to play games together. These games can span from new released Triple-A games, old popular games, indie games, free to play games, and even PS Plus monthly line-up games that support multiplayer features. No matter what game it is we’re sure you’ll find something to enjoy. So come join the mayhem, make new friends, laugh all night, destroy the world or destroy each other! How To Join Game Nights Reply below with the Abbreviation you see above and include your PSN ID (you’ll be added to our Attendance List). Look for and remember your Game Nights Start Time for your region/country below. Remember who the Host/Hosts are. On the day and start time of Game Nights keep an eye out for an invite from the Host/Hosts (either an In-Game invite and/or a Party Chat invite). Game Nights Start Times Universal Time Coordinated 10:00 PM UTC North America Times 6:00 PM ET 5:00 PM CT 4:00 PM MT 3:00 PM PT United Kingdom/Ireland Times 11:00 PM GMT *Game Nights are ever changing and are open to change. Always stay up-to-date in case a Game Nights changes.*
  7. So this year we at Command thought it be a creative and interesting idea to present our Top 10 Best list for our respected fields. For myself it is the Top 10 Best PlayStation 4 Division Games of 2016. Before we get started let me go over briefly how this list was formed. First myself and my staff gather our own Top 10 Best Games list together, and made one giant list out of that list. From there we had the PlayStation 4 Division community members vote for themselves. Their votes formed this final list and where the games were placed. The more votes for a game, the higher placement on the list. So this list wasn’t formed by a single mind or a staff of minds, but a collection of thoughts. So enough romantic talk, these are the Top 10 Best PlayStation 4 Division of 2016! *A quick image to showcase our Top 10 Best Games if you wish not to scroll down or read.* 10. Firewatch We start off the list with one of the early indie darlings of this year, Firewatch. The game itself has you play the role of Hank a man who escapes his life and runs away to become a forest preserve ranger. There we meet Delilah sort of our mentor, friend, and only person we ever hear from. From there strange events start to happen, which landslides itself into a mystery. The reason Firewatch may sit lower on the list is the gameplay itself and it’s own pay off. The game while beautiful and enjoying to listen to the two characters of Hank and Delilah banter, is mainly a walking sim. Having you go from Point A to Point B, to find item X or flip switch Y. And without spoiling much the pay off for this mystery adventure is lackluster, especially when compared to what it first built itself up to be. With that said it still earned a spot on our list because of its strength in storytelling and the two characters of Hank and Delilah. 9. XCOM 2 The sequel to the impressive hit XCOM: Enemy Unknown, XCOM 2 takes place in a world where the aliens had won the takeover of Earth. Now you a band of rebel guerrilla forces revive the XCOM project once more as your last shot to defeat the aliens and reclaim Earth. With each play-through being different than the last, and each character built by the personalities you give to them. Many members to this day still do play-throughs of all kinds including themselves and their fellow AJSA members in them. And I sure there will be more to come. 8. BroForce This game is a old Metal Slug style, face paced, intense, explosive, 80-90’s action movie nostalgic jerk-off feast, and we fucking love it. Story? You’re action heroes re-imagined going through killing terrorist, aliens, demons, and the devil! Gameplay? Shoot/explode/punch/slash everything in sight. This game knows what it is, and what it has to do to keep players playing. It sits lower on the list though due to it’s sometimes weird glitching with co-op both online and offline. But that’s it, this game other wise does what it is set out to do perfectly. 7. Titanfall 2 Respawn Entertainment took the fan feedback from their first installment of Titanfall, and showed everyone they can improve. Including a fully fleshed out single player campaign, a much more in depth multiplayer experience, and more variety to them matches themselves. Instead of the Titans being classed by size (small, medium, large) they are classed by their abilities (laser, fire, sword, etc). Each the pilots themselves have unique perks built to their class of gameplay. And with the bonus knowing all dlc in the future of this title will be free. Titanfall 2 shows Respawn Entertainment unlike many developers do list and can prove by showing it in their products. 6. DOOM It’s DOOM. You’re a super soldier, in a base filled with demons on Mars. Your objective, kill everything. This game is fast and smooth, with the beautiful shower of blood as Demons fall apart from you blasting them away. There never little I can say for DOOM and it’s single player. It’s Multiplayer, well, let’s say it shouldn’t have been included and does hurt DOOM. 5. Dark Souls 3 From Software brings us the final tale (supposedly) within the Dark Souls series, with Dark Souls 3. You favorite “You will die” game returns, and hits harder than ever. Increasing its roster of bosses, expanding on the mechanics needed to defeat enemies, sending you to weirdly beautiful haunting locations. With more improved game mechanics, honing in on what makes their series so great. If this is truly the final installment of Dark Souls 3 (for a long time at least) than it’s a hell of a game to take a bow with. 4. Final Fantasy XV Final Fantasy XV is the completion of a 10 year development journey, that follows twist, turns, highs and lows. After having whole development teams switched, even the directors of the game were switched during it’s development process. In the end Final Fantasy XV was released, and from its feedback is seems to be the “return to form” many fans of the series hoped for. It’s open world can get players lost to the sights alone, the unique dungeons and endgame dungeons are characters of their own, the gameplay feels well polished for what they were aiming for, and there is a lot to do in the game leaving with hours of content. Though with that said it has some negatives; the story while interesting leaves some holes opened leaving you to search out answers yourself, the side quest can seem repetitive and mainly are fetch quest, some of the later and endgame gameplay mechanics don’t mesh too well with how the game itself works. Even with those flaws this game just has a character to it that continues to bring you back into playing it for another long night session. 3. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Shockingly I thought this would sit higher on the list. Anyway, Uncharted 4 follows a now retired treasure hunter Nathan Drake who is lure back into adventuring from his long lost big brother Sam. The two of them now travel across the world to uncover a lost treasure they attempted to find so long ago. Without spoiling much, this game in how it handles itself is one of the finest final installments to a game series ever made. It’s a love letter of Naughty Dog to it’s fans of Uncharted, and hell all of their past games. The way this games ends will bring a smile to your face as you know this is Nathan Drake's last adventure, and final good-bye. Thanks Naughty Dog, and Amy Hennig for bringing us this series. 2. Battlefield 1 Honestly figured this would sit lower on the list, but hell here we are. Battlefield 1 is a great example of fans showing a game should triumph because its developers listened. In a time where sci-fi/future shooters are becoming the stall norm, DICE decided to go back to World War 1 or The Great War. To showcase to us a war we’ve never seen done in a video game by a triple-A developer. It’s single player being the strongest in recent installments, having you follow different soldiers across different times and fronts of The Great War. The multiplayer feeling epic, intense, and heavily invokes destruction levels similar to Bad Company 2. I personally can’t wait to see what DICE plans to do with Battlefield 1 in the year to come. 1. Overwatch Overwatch is a hero shooter developed by Blizzard Entertainment the people who brought you game series like; Starcraft, World of Warcraft, and Diablo. It’s a team objective based game, having you selected from an ever growing roster of heroes. Each hero is unique in design and abilities, making no two heroes feeling too similar and all play different. It’s a game that has been patches on a monthly basis; ever tweaking heroes, maps, game modes. All while introducing new content on a monthly basis; New maps, new heroes, new game modes, holiday content. It’s a juggernaut of its own right taking the gaming community by storm and ever growing. It takes our top of the list not for what it is now, but it promises to become with every passing moment. It shows there is a hero in all of us and for all of us.
  8. Game Nights - Prominence Poker (1/7/17)

    Game Nights Prominence Poker (1/7/17), Hosted by DoctorPainMD and Blood-fury666. Spots are limited and time is short, so save a spot by replying with ‘GNPP’ and your PSN ID. Game Nights are weekly PlayStation 4 community events where members gather every Saturday to play games together. These games can span from new released Triple-A games, old popular games, indie games, free to play games, and even PS Plus monthly line-up games that support multiplayer features. No matter what game it is we’re sure you’ll find something to enjoy. So come join the mayhem, make new friends, laugh all night, destroy the world or destroy each other! How To Join Game Nights Reply below with the Abbreviation you see above and include your PSN ID (you’ll be added to our Attendance List). Look for and remember your Game Nights Start Time for your region/country below. Remember who the Host/Hosts are. On the day and start time of Game Nights keep an eye out for an invite from the Host/Hosts (either an In-Game invite and/or a Party Chat invite). Game Nights Start Times Universal Time Coordinated 10:00 PM UTC North America Times 6:00 PM ET 5:00 PM CT 4:00 PM MT 3:00 PM PT United Kingdom/Ireland Times 11:00 PM GMT *Game Nights are ever changing and are open to change. Always stay up-to-date in case a Game Nights changes.*
  9. Game Nights Monthly Update - January

    So back in November we were doing the 3 Year Anniversary Giveaway, and during that we gave the members of the PlayStation 4 Division an article showcasing the games that Game Nights would feature throughout November. People enjoyed the idea of knowing what games may be featured in Game Nights ahead of time so much we thought we bring it back and make it a permanent monthly thing. This type of post is exclusive to front-page articles only, you won't find this kind of post on our main thread. Also with this we will include future Game Nights updates and changes to the Game Nights event itself in this post. From late 2013 to 2016 we at the PlayStation 4 Division have slowly built our Division up and strong, placing a lot of hidden plans to wait on. 2017 is when those plans will become reality after years of planning. This is the first of many! Thanks guys and enjoy. This article is an update giving you a sneak peek of what games are coming to this month of Game Nights. Game Nights are weekly PlayStation 4 community events where members gather every Saturday to play games together. Now members in the PlayStation 4 Divisions will get an idea of what’s to come for this month. Whether those games be; Triple-A games, old popular games, indie games, free to play games, and even PS Plus monthly line-up games that support multiplayer features. Please understand right now we’re not giving the dates of when each game may appear in the month. Game Nights are always ever changing, and the games could get shifted around. Also understand that these games you see below have a chance of changing due to a number of reasons like; Network issues, broken patches, broken games, lost of support and interest, etc. However no matter what game it is we’re sure you’ll find something to enjoy. So come join the mayhem, make new friends, laugh all night, destroy the world or destroy each other! Game Nights January Games *Do not sign up for any of these Game Nights. Wait until the proper Game Nights announcement featuring the game you’re interested in.* *Game Nights are ever changing and are open to change. Always stay up-to-date in case a Game Nights changes.*
  10. No worries. Fair worrying... I do have anger, trying to get better at it (I know I got a problem). The others though much better than I am. It may take me a few moments to a day to get you in there. Busy an all.
  11. @Kcdmgirl We do have two AJSA Chat Rooms built on the PS4 through the messaging system where a lot of people who do play Overwatch and other games chill, talk and join up together. If you want I could bring you into one of these Rooms? I myself also Play Overwatch on PS4 all the time.
  12. Game: Final Fantasy XV Time: 60 hours, 32 minutes, 18 seconds. Platform: PlayStation 4 10 years, 6 months, 1 week, 4 days, 60 hours, 32 minutes, 18 seconds is how long I've waited, played, and beaten Final Fantasy XV. I walk away happy and fulfilled knowing that I finally after so long got to see this journey for this game to the end of it's road. Not if the game itself was bad or good, but the idea of journey to get here is what I will carry with me from this game. Now, without me trying to sound inspiring, Final Fantasy XV is a game that can hold the title "Final Fantasy" proudly (compare to 13 trilogy which could not). Final Fantasy XV is far from being one of the best Final Fantasy's, and has it's own flaws. Some of the gameplay in terms of fighting seems they wanted to be a lot of things in one. How side quest are dealt is a bit annoying and can seem daunting/busy work at the huge amount of them early on. And the Story (not spoiling anything) is something we've seen in both many stories and even past Final Fantasy's. With that all said... this game ends up being my second favorite Final Fantasy of all time. The way it captures the tone of what it is, the brotherhood between your characters, even the combat though sloppy at times has a lot of moments of amazement and hell can be really fun a lot of the time. The side quest while busy work are huge in numbers offering a lot to do in the open world. There are dungeons and even than there are end game dungeons. There are bosses than there are end game bosses. The amount of content in this one game rivals if not all the past Final Fantasy's. If you're a fan of Final Fantasy, I can't recommend this game enough to atleast give it a try. It's not going to amaze you, don't think that, just go in knowing you will get a solid game to hold the title of Final Fantasy. That this game will finally get the path clear for the developers going forward what we want in Final Fantasy games.
  13. I mean in the past I would have thought for 1.5 and 2.5 Remixes that cause the original games were PS exclusive back in the day, that maybe that carried over. However, none of the games in 2.8 Remix have that case. Two of them are brand new installments and the last one was a 3DS game. So... maybe a sign to come that KH3 may not be for XB1? Or that maybe XB1 guys will be getting another collection that contains all the Remixes? We'll see.
  14. Yes, yes, yes, YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEES! Granted this game probably won't be out til 2019 (maybe late 2018, maybe). I don't care I am happy to see Ellie and Joel back at it!
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    Yes it does. Also Invisible Inc is probably the most need to play from this selection. I mean if you like Xcom and want a more stealth approach to it. I already have this game so to me personally this month is very lackluster for me.