PlayStation Blogcast 355: Brain Waist

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PlayStation Blogcast 355: Brain Waist

Featuring a warm (perhaps even blazingly hot) welcome to our newest host!


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Please give a warm Blogcast welcome to our newest host: Brett Elston! This week, Brett reports back from an intense, hours-long hands-on session with Doom Eternal and the gang tries to identify which games best reflect their personalities. Listen in!

Stuff We Talked About

  • Doom Eternal
  • Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
  • Games that define us
  • Nioh 2
  • Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition


The Cast

Official PlayStation Blogcast: Justin MassongillOfficial PlayStation Blogcast: Kristen ZitaniOfficial PlayStation Blogcast: Tim Turi

Justin Massongill – Content Communications Manager, SIE
Kristen Zitani – Content Communications Specialist, SIE
Tim Turi – Senior Content Communications Specialist, SIE
Brett Elston – Senior Manager, Content Communications, SIE


Thanks to Cory Schmitz for our beautiful logo and Dormilón for our rad theme song and show music.

[Editor’s note: PSN game release dates are subject to change without notice. Game details are gathered from press releases from their individual publishers and/or ESRB rating descriptions.]

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  • Welcome to the show Brett! Also yes please bring back the Sid amazon packages part of the show. I was rolling listening to ya’ll go over Sid’s craziness on this episode. Keep up the great work Team!

  • Totally off topic, but there are so many deaf eyes on the internet and no real way to email playstation for help. I’ve called,but like a safe chicken coop, there are no more foxes. Here goes.. After update 7.02 many ps4 500gb slims have been damaged. My closest guess is that the system update has a disc driver that doesn’t see the disc drive anymore for that particular ps4 model. I have tried all the various resets and update methods. I have verified the mechanical parts of the drive. There is power going to the drive and the fuses are good. I have called support and they have told me they don’t know about this issue and have no plans to fix it, but will gladly take half the cost of a new machine to repair it – very nice… in a “selling the cure to a fatal disease that we gave you” sort of way. No need to be negative. I am here to seek help to this issue. Hoping to catch the attention of someone with enough compassion and access to management to help. Let us know there is a fix, fix it, help us. There are a few online and many many more silently sitting in their homes who think their machine broke of its own accord and are going to be financially victimized by playstations lack of communication and negligence… and likely get in on a class action further down the line. No one but lawyers getting rich and people getting a splinter of compensation, instead of building trust and helping those who have bought into the playstation equipment ecosystem. So, again, I ask – please someone help us

    I apologize for being off topic, I have tried the forums, but I am told no one reads them or cares who has any power to help.

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