I had to go back and read my old posts, but I was surprised by the sheer number of titles that were still coming out.
I also found a lot of titles with the word “pixels” in the title, and I’m not sure if that was intentional, but it is fun to see how much more mainstream the term has gotten since the release of the PS4.
I’ve been trying to get to some of these games, and there’s a few things that I want to touch on that were a bit surprising.
First and foremost, I had a really hard time picking out the 10 most promising indie games of 2017.
I was expecting to see some great things, and it didn’t seem like there was a lot to latch onto.
This is probably because I haven’t played the PS5-exclusive game The Witness, and since I’ve had to work my way through other indie titles, I’m just not that into the genre as a whole.
But I also have to mention that the PSVR has helped with my lack of time to actually play games.
It’s an incredible platform, and the fact that I have access to it is probably why it hasn’t been as big of a factor in my picking these up.
The other reason I had such a hard time was that I was playing a lot more indie games in the summer months.
The PS4 was releasing a lot, and so was a great number of games coming out on both the PS Vita and the PS3.
With the PS VR and VR Worlds, which is available on both consoles, I’ve actually been able to play some indie titles more frequently, which has helped me get my feet under me and pick out some titles that I might have missed out on.
I definitely have to get back to that genre of games soon, but for now, I’ll stick with a lot less indie titles.
Speaking of which, the PS1 is coming out again in 2019.
The next generation console is also going to get a lot bigger and faster, and that means more games are coming out and they’ll be a lot better.
The good news is that the consoles will be much easier to pick up in the near future.
We’ve already seen Sony announce a new PlayStation VR headset, and they’re coming out in early 2018.
If you’re interested in buying one, it’ll be $400.
That’s way cheaper than the original PlayStation, but you still have to buy a PlayStation 4, and a PlayStation TV.
It might not be as appealing to most people, but if you do, you’re going to be able to pick it up for about the same price.
You’ll also have a lot fewer games coming to the PS2, so that’s not as bad.
Speaking about the PSX, Sony is finally shipping the PS7, which they were rumored to be shipping back in 2013.
The first thing you’ll notice about it is that it’s much smaller.
It has a slightly larger screen, and while it’s still going to come in a lot smaller than the PS6, you can actually hold it in your hands.
It does come with a Blu-ray drive, and you can buy a bundle for it, but there are also a lot cheaper alternatives.
Sony is also announcing the PlayStation VR, and when it launches in 2019, you’ll be able buy it with a PlayStation camera.
It comes with a pair of sensors that detect where you’re looking at the screen, so you can track your movement without having to use your hands to hold the headset.
It also includes an HDMI port, but that’s really where it stands right now.
Sony’s not quite ready to release it yet, but expect it to come out sometime in 2020.
The new PlayStation will cost $600, and Sony will have an Xbox One to sell you at launch, too.
It’ll also come with the same camera as the PS10, which was a good addition.
The PS4 will be coming out around the same time as the VR headset.
There are rumors that Sony will start shipping the headset at launch.
There is some speculation that the headset will be cheaper, and possibly even feature some of the same specs as the Oculus Rift.
I’m hoping that Sony does a better job of making the headset as good as possible.
The Oculus Rift is a great experience, and we’ve had some amazing experiences with it.
I think the PS8 will have a similar approach, but unlike the Oculus, you won’t be able use a PlayStation Camera to track your motion.
It will come with an Oculus Rift camera, but the PS Camera will only be available with a PS VR headset and an Oculus Camera.
The next generation consoles will also be coming around the end of this year.
The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will be shipping in 2019 and 2020, respectively.
The PlayStation 4 is also coming out right now, but Microsoft has not yet announced a date.
Microsoft has said that the Xbox One will be released around the middle