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  1. For those wondering, Coffee Talk was released on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch. The Coffee Talk demo is still available on the PS Store (I presume it's also on the Xbox and Switch stores), so if you're curious about the game, you can give it a go. Coffee Talk demo (UK store): The demo was available on Steam, too, but I can't seem to display it/find it. However, you can find it on the official game website here: As I said in my post above, I've been saving the full game to enjoy this year. I adored the writing so much from what I played that I was also anticipating the sequel. Let's see what happens. But I encourage you to give the demo a go, if you enjoy narrative adventure games and visual novels. Fahmi was a superb writer and I'm shook that he's gone so young. May he rest in peace.
  2. This is deeply sad news. I played the demo of Coffee Talk in 2020, and found it so chilled and delightful. I picked up the game, and have been saving it to play this year. Thoughts and blessings to Fahmi, the Toge Productions team, and all his loved ones. RIP Fahmi.
  3. Awww, crap! I was really hoping that Sony would keep Everybody's Golf's online servers up for at least another three years – my PS3 backlog has dented my hopes to start dozens of PS4 games. 😓 At least we have been given six months notice before the closure. @Stevieboy, big up to you for starting this thread, and sharing this great breakdown. 👍 I've been playing Everybody's Golf: World Tour (aka Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds) on my PS3 for years, and hope to make the PS4 version my first Everybody's Golf Platinum. I tried the PS4 version some time ago. The RNG, and the dangling of microtransactions to speed up that RNG, isn't great. But think I will start this soon and attempt to get through it.
  4. All good. Appreciating your efforts. I've not seen a regularly updated Cross-Buy for PS4/PS5 (or full PS4/PS5 games lists) anywhere yet. I imagine we will see them before too long. It's going to be a confusing next few years regarding PS4/PS5 releases.
  5. Great idea, @FallenRyan! I won't be getting a PS5 any time soon, but I have started picking up some PS5 games when I can. I've been looking for a growing list or directory of the Cross-Buy (for PS4, PS5) games, as well as stackable games, but haven't come across many yet. There have been news posts and threads about "free PS5 upgrades" (such as Push Square's page), but a regularly updated list of all the many Cross-Buy (for PS4, PS5) games – as well as PS4 and PS5 games that do not offer Cross-Buy – would be really helpful. Sony's confusing policies around PS5 releases which offer PS4 versions (like Horizon: Forbidden West) has not helped things. Have you considered including some more of the Cross-Buy games (PS4, PS5) that are slipping through the cracks? Some more Cross-Buy games for PS4/PS5: Assassin's Creed: Valhalla (PS4, PS5) Back 4 Blood (PS4, PS5) Battlefield 2048 (PS4, PS5) [Cross-Buy only via Gold or Ultimate Edition] Bugsnax (PS4, PS5) Far Cry 6 (PS4, PS5) Godfall (PS4, PS5) Gran Turismo 7 (PS4, PS5) [Cross-Buy via digital deluxe edition] Haven (PS4, PS5) Horizon: Forbidden West (PS4, PS5) [Cross-Buy via digital deluxe edition] Kena: Bridge of Spirits (PS4, PS5) Last Stop (PS4, PS5) Life is Strange: True Colors (PS4, PS5) Little Nightmares II (PS4, PS5) Lost Judgment (PS4, PS5) Maneater (PS4, PS5) Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales (PS4, PS5) MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries (PS4, PS5) Oddworld: Soulstorm (PS4, PS5) SackBoy: A Big Adventure (PS4, PS5) Scarlet Nexus (PS4, PS5) Sifu (PS4, PS5) Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (PS4, PS5) Tales of Arise (PS4, PS5) The Pathless (PS4, PS5) Watch Dogs: Legion (PS4, PS5) PS5 games with PS4 versions that DO NOT offer Cross-Buy/Free upgrades A list of PS5 games that have PS4 versions, but do not offer Cross-Buy or free upgrades. Some may offer discounted upgrades when going from PS4-to-PS5. Alan Wake Remastered Jett: The Far Shore Kerbal Space Program: Enhanced Edition
  6. Nice one, @Spaz. Yep. When I spotted Driveclub was going to get delisted, I picked up the base game, season pass, and what I assumed was all the DLC, during a spring or summer sale in 2019. At the time, I hadn't intended to play Driveclub Bikes, and didn't know the version I bought would force me to play with the Bikes update activated. In hindsight, I should have just grabbed the Bikes DLC for full price and/or double checked all the DLC packs before the game was delisted in August 2019. It bugs the completionist in me that I'm missing content and may never get to enjoy ticking off both trophy lists 100%. But, it's a lessen learnt.
  7. Great thread, AJ_Radio. Appreciating hearing everyone's experiences with Driveclub and its DLC. Good update, too, @StanPortrBridges. I've been saving Driveclub for my next Platinum trophy milestone. I've been trying some of the DLC, and the road races I've played are tough. I'll be coming back to this thread for advice this year. So gutted that I missed out on the Driveclub Bikes DLC. Still, I'm looking forward to cleaning up all the Driveclub trophies I can this year.
  8. Thank you, @J-Isoniemi. I hadn't planned on picking up many discs this generation, but with so many cases of DLC and full game getting delisted I've gone back to collecting physical games.
  9. @Alantor32, well, from the looks of things, we are losing content, choice and functionality. For those who've moved on from PS3/PSP/Vita, or don't use the web store, this may just seem like another enviable "out with the old, in with the new" update. But there are thousands of games, and game-related content, for PS3, PSP and PS Vita that only exist on those platforms and/or are only available in the PlayStation Store for a particular region. Loss of content For example, Syphon Filter 2 (PS1 Classic) had limited availability upon its digital release in Europe. This does not display for me in the PS Vita's PlayStation Store (I believe it's only compatible on PS3 and PSP), only on the web store and PS3: Bandai Namco released free DLC for Vita launch game Touch My Katamari in Europe, and possibly other regions. But this isn't readily available on the US store, as far as I know: There are other examples of content that does not appear outside the web store here (shared earlier by @SnowxSakura): Loss of choice Removal of PS3, PSP and PS Vita games from the web store all but confirms that we may never see significant digital sales for these systems' game libraries again – at least not unless things changes dramatically. According to the price tracking records on, selected PS3, PSP and PS Vita games – and DLC – have been on sale occasionally in the last three years. But if you missed out on any digital-only content (DLC especially), the painful reality Sony are signal to those who still use their legacy consoles is "buy it now or risk it being delisted forever". Again, if you're not interested in any PS3/PSP/Vita games, this won't bother you. And that's fine. But as someone who enjoys games from many different genres, systems and decades – and wants to see more accessibility to games for all – this isn't a good thing. Especially at a time when many people have (re)turned to gaming to help them through this difficult time we are all going through. If Sony was showing more of a commitment to looking out for their legacy consoles and games, this would be less of an issue. Loss of functionality Many users have pointed out that they still want to have access to their full Download Lists and the Download Queue function, which allows you to remotely trigger downloads to your PS4, PS3 and PS Vita. If the Download Queue is removed for PS3 and PS Vita, the only way to access content will be by scrolling through your entire Download List in a long, stuttering line. Nobody wanted to do that in 2007, and nobody wants to do that now. But, again, if you really wanna play that game that's only on a PS3/Vita/PSP, then you're gonna do it (Daxter (PSP) and Wipeout Pulse are just two examples that I don't wanna do without). Finally, the Wishlist feature has also been confirmed to be getting removed. Kudos to all those who've been tracking their purchases on spreadsheets/via other websites. This is another useful consumer feature that Sony should have worked to transition rather than can. It will most likely make a return, but they aren't making things easy for millions of their users. Yes, these are old-ass platforms with old games. But, this decision is a disappointing and frustrating one for those of us who adore our old games, and treasured the benefits that the PlayStation Store's web version has given us all.
  10. Delisted Games has shared a copy of Sony's email which is now being sent to users. Sony makes it official: PlayStation 3, PSP & Vita removed from PSN website between October 21 and 26:
  11. In preparation for the coming removal of PS3, PS Vita and PSP content from the PlayStation Store, the folks at Delisted Games have spent time recording as many games for the various stores as they can. Every PS3, Vita, and PSP game on the PlayStation Store, recorded by Delisted Games:
  12. Remasters I hope we get on PS5: Ape Escape Burnout 3 and Burnout Revenge Dead Space Eternal Sonata Folklore Half-Life 1 + 2 (with Episodes 1 + 2) Heavenly Sword Infamous 1 + 2 Killzone trilogy Mass Effect trilogy MotorStorm trilogy Portal 1 + 2 Ratchet & Clank: Quest for Booty Ratchet & Clank: Tools of Destruction (and/or the whole Future saga) Resistance trilogy Resistance: Retribution Ridge Racer (I'd still like to see a maxi-compilation, like Ridge Racers (PSP). That was pure arcade racing perfection.) Tekken (Remasters of Tekken 1-3 would be great, but I'd settled for Tekken 5 and 6) TimeSplitters trilogy Warhawk (I adored this game on PS3. I'd love to see a remaster with easier trophies!)
  13. If this rumour turns out to be true, this is extremely disappointing. I arrived late to PS4 and PS Vita. Yet I've managed to pick up a fair number of games, and other content, I wanted in digital sales over the years, and that's all thanks to the desktop version of the PS Store. And I've been hoping they'd continue to do some PS3, PSP and PS Vita sales for those of us who still use our old consoles. As others have pointed out, the user experience on PS3 and PS Vita for their native PS Stores is horrendous. What's worse is that the store is now so large/unorganised that it can be practically impossible to find some content (e.g. specific DLC, themes, avatars or game versions, such as bundles, which aren't always displayed at all) on the console stores themselves. I'd bet an increasing number of people have considered moving to a "digital-only" library for much of their future console collections only to discover a game they wanted to own digitally has now been delisted, and that's made them think twice. Making legacy titles available on new platforms takes time and money, sure. But it feels like Sony has been neglecting their legacy platforms (PS1, PS2, PSP and Vita especially), and those of us who'd like to see more legacy content – and/or ways to access legacy content – on their current-gen consoles. PlayStation Store resources If the worst happens, these sites may come in handy if you don't already know about them: PSPrices: a PlayStation Store listing and price tracker: Delisted Games: PSNDL: PlayStation Store database:
  14. Does anybody know if the European retail version of Redout: Lightspeed Edition (PS4) has the DLC included on the disc? Or is it a download code? From the back of the box, it says the game comes with: Europa Pack Neptune Pack VERTEX Pack PS4 exclusive livery for all ships I've had a browse around online, but haven't found a definite 'yes'. I did stumble across this terrific round-up of PS4 Games with DLC/Updates pre-installed on the disc on, but, at the time of posting, it doesn't list Redout: Lightspeed Edition there. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
  15. Oh, of course. I forgot to check the trophy page. Thank you, @Bumperklever. It's certainly a unique-looking game. Very striking in its visuals. But I would strongly recommend trying it on a secondary account first, if you have one, as it's very much an acquired taste. Good luck in your hunt for it.