On today’s Daily, we’re talking about Miyazaki’s favorite boss in Elden Ring. We continue with the PS5 shortage soon over, then we end with Mario Strikers, the football game we’ve all been waiting for. The Daily, let’s go!
We know the favorite boss of the creator of Elden Ring
Hidetaka Mizayaki, the creator of Elden Ring, revealed his favorite boss in the game: “I would say it’s General Radahn. He’s a fascinating character, and I also like the whole scene around the Radahn Festival. I think there are feelings of loneliness in everyone, mixed of celebration and exuberance. I remember the first time I mentioned the idea of the Radhan Festival, no one in the team really took me seriously, I miss that!” He adds, afterwards, that his two other favorite bosses are Godrick and Rykard. Radahn is known for its full-bodied difficulty. The demigod is downright capable of overpowering gravity to the point of being able to stop the stars. As a reminder, Elden Ring is THE box of the year, exceeding 13 million sales.
The end of the PS5 shortage could be soon
The PS5 has been available for almost two years now, but players are still struggling to get their hands on it. A situation due to many factors, including the famous component crisis that the tech industry is undergoing. Know that Sony is now optimistic and hopes for better sales by 2024, according to a recent financial report. In the year 2024, the PS5 should exceed the sales of its elder. The giant is currently in negotiations to maintain the best possible logistics for deliveries of its machine. To reach the component quota, the Japanese giant intends to call on several suppliers at the same time. In the meantime, Sony is counting on the PS4 to compensate. If for the moment, 30% of the licenses produced by Sony are released simultaneously on PS4 and PS5, future games will be exclusive to the latest addition to the firm by 2025, indicating the end of life of the PS4.
There will be more characters than we thought in Mario Strikers
Mario Strikers: Battle League Football is a few days away from its release. With a dozen playable characters, the title should then receive several free DLCs in the same way as Mario Tennis Aces and Mario Golf: Super Rush. The dataminers would thus have discovered twenty character locations in total in the game files, the roster would therefore simply be doubled. As of now, nothing has been confirmed by Nintendo. Broadly, Mario Strikers: Battle League Football remains similar to its elders, but brings enough subtleties to breathe new life into the formula. Our conclusion is pretty clear: “After playing for an hour, it seems clear that Mario Strikers: Battle League Football has what it takes to be one of the most fun multiplayer games on the Switch.”