New PS4 Games Out This Week Include Some Big Names

The run of new releases continues this week with a bunch of new titles out for PlayStation consoles. While this week isn't as busy as it'll be next month and into the holiday season, there are quite a few notable big-name releases coming out this week.
Starting off, NBA 2K18 launches officially on September 19 following its release for pre-order shoppers last week. Another big-name title due this week is Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, while Minecraft: Story Mode Season 2 hits retail this week as well. Racing game sequel Project Cars 2 hits this week, as does the 4v1 shooter Raiders of the Broken Planet. Scroll down to see a full rundown of new PlayStation games out this week.
You can also check out GameSpot's breakdown of the new Xbox One games out this week. Are you picking up anything this week? Let us know in the comments below!
New PlayStation Games Out This WeekSeptember 18The Solus Project (PS4; PS VR; digital)September 1936 Fragments of Midnight (PS Vita)The Bindi..

The Witcher Dev’s DRM-Free PC Store Launches Big New Sale

GOG, the DRM-free PC digital store run by The Witcher studio CD Projekt, has rolled out a new sale. It's called “The Big Deal,” and it definitely lives up to its name. The promotion features more than 200 deals, some of which offer discounts as deep as 90 percent.
Here are some of the deals that caught our eye: Little Nightmares ($12.80), This War of Mine ($4.50), Age of Wonders iii ($6.60), Firewatch ($7.09), Tacoma ($12.60), The Witness ($12.60), Layers of Fear ($5), Kentucky Route Zero ($12.50), and Rime ($19). Go to the GOG storefront to see a rundown of all of the deals.
Mysteriously, GOG also says that everyone who visits GOG.com on Tuesday (September 19) will receive something “absolutely, definitely, positively special something!” We'll update this post as we learn more.
The Big Deal sale ends on September 25, at 10 PM UTC. As mentioned, GOG does not put any form of DRM on its games, which is unique given that stores like Steam and Origin protect their games with such..

Super Mario Odyssey File Size Revealed

The file size for the hugely anticipated Nintendo Switch game Super Mario Odyssey has been revealed–and it's not as big as you might expect. According to Nintendo Everything, the file size is only 5.7 GB for the digital version.
This is according to a post on Nintendo's Japanese store. By comparison, other first-party games on Switch are also pretty small, with Arms coming in at 2.2 GB and Splatoon 2 at 3.1 GB.
Another point of comparison that Nintendo Everything mentions is that Super Mario 3D World, the last 3D Mario game for a home console, was 1.7 GB on Wii U.
Super Mario Odyssey launches on October 27. A new trailer broadcast during a Nintendo Direct last week showed Mario shirtless–and people had a lot to say about that. In other news, Nintendo announced an Odyssey Switch bundle that comes with a system, a copy of the game, red Joy-Cons, and a Switch carrying case with special markings on it.
For lots more on Super Mario Odyssey, check out all of GameSpot's pr..

Star Wars: Donald Glover Would Be Honored To Direct

Donald Glover had a big night at the 69th Primetime Emmys, as the multi-talented actor took home an award for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series for the FX series Atlanta. Now, many are clamoring for him to take the reigns of the next Star Wars movie.
After the event, Glover, who is playing Lando Calrissian in next year's Han Solo film, heard what his vocal fans had to say about his future with Star Wars, but he seemed very humble and a little intimidated: “I would be honored, but it's a big plate, it's a big plate. That's a buffet plate,” Glover told Entertainment Tonight. “I don't know if I'm ready for that yet.”
While there are no wheels in motion for Glover to direct a Star Wars movie, there is still another spinoff Star Wars movie hitting theaters in 2020. Director Josh Trank left the film after his Fantastic Four movie bombed. Many are speculating that the subject of the next film could be Obi-Wan Kenobi, and with a directing seat open, Glover..

Here’s What That Controversial Destiny 2 Hunter Item Looks Like After Today’s New Update

Following a scheduled maintenance period today, Destiny 2 is back online, and a new update is now available. Among other things, it addresses the controversial item that featured a design associated with a hate group.
Bungie announced last week that it had discovered an item in Destiny 2 “share[d] elements with a hate symbol.” It described this as unintentional and apologized, vowing to remove the item swiftly. It did now specify the name of the item, but fans quickly discovered that it was likely the Hunter's Road Complex AA1 gauntlets. A longer-than-expected maintenance period last week saw the item partially, but not completely removed–the actual in-game version was replaced, but the thumbnail and inventory view still showed the original version.
Although it's not mentioned in the patch notes for the new update, version 1.0.1.3, Bungie has now completely removed the offending imagery as promised. In the images above, you can see that the design is now gone. The underlying..

Destiny 2 PC Release Date, Specs, Requirements, And Everything You Need To Know

Unlike its predecessor, Destiny 2 will release on PC. Although players will have to wait longer for it–Destiny 2 doesn't launch on PC until October 24 but is already available on Xbox One and PS4–the PC version does feature a variety of improvements and differences compared with its console counterparts. To help you get an idea of what to expect from the PC release of Bungie's hotly anticipated sequel, we've gathered all of the essential details below.
For more on the game, check out our Destiny 2 review. We also have tons of Destiny 2 guides, tips, and tricks for those who have already begun playing on consoles or are simply looking to get a head start on how things will work on PC.
Destiny 2 PC Release Date and DifferencesThe PC version is confirmed to release on October 24, while the Xbox One and PS4 versions are already out, having launched on September 6. (Betas on all platforms have also wrapped up.) In terms of actual playable content, everything is the same on ..