Because of Cory Barlog
Honestly, you all do this to yourselves, sometimes! While we’re confident tonight’s PS5 Showcase Event will be worth the watch, we’ve been very reserved with our predictions because, well, we’ve seen how these things go before: Sony will put together a veritable smorgasbord of software, but it’ll never live up to the...
Cory Barlog weighs in on next-gen costs
PlayStation 5 games could cost more than the PlayStation 4 if NBA 2K21 is anything to go by. The basketball simulation will cost $69.99 on Sony’s next-gen console, compared to the more traditional $59.99 on the company’s current-gen device. And God of War director Cory Barlog believes this is the correct...
There are tears
Too often we forget that there are real people behind the games we play, and whether the title turns out to be brilliant or a bust, passion and hard work goes into every single project. This video uploaded by God of War director Cory Barlog, as he looks at the release’s reviews for the first time, shows just how much energy is...
"We are very proud of you"
When you’re in the nucleus of any video game website, it can be hard to forget that real people work really hard to bring the titles we love to life. This message from God of War director Cory Barlog’s father posted publicly on Twitter earlier today serves as a reminder that there are actual humans behind every...
Like trying to hurt kittens
Despite what we predicted, Sony Santa Monica didn't show its new God of War game at PlayStation Experience this weekend. While we know that the title is in development, the studio has remained schtum for another year, opting to keep the project a closely guarded secret. Cory Barlog, who previously worked on God of War II,...
God of War II director working on something huge
Cory Barlog’s “crazy announcement” turned out to be exactly what we expected: the God of War II director is returning to his former stomping ground, Sony Santa Monica. In an enormous post on the PlayStation Blog, the outspoken developer talked candidly about the tim
Has the king come home?
Put your hype in perspective – this is unlikely to be a game announcement. However, it’s still news worth anticipating. Cory Barlog, the man behind God of War II, has Tweeted that there’ll be a “crazy announcement” on the PlayStation Blog today. Our best guess? He’s returning to Sony Santa Monica. The outspoken