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German ratings board USK has handed an 18+ age rating to a PlayStation 5 version of Serious Sam 4, which hasn’t been confirmed at the time of writing by developer Croteam. The game does have a PS4 version on the way, but this new bit of information all but confirms it’s getting a native PS5 edition too. A Google Stadia exclusivity deal kept Serious Sam 4 off PS4, with the title releasing on both the streaming service and PC last year.
The problem is that it doesn’t sound like we were missing out on very much. The game didn’t review particularly well, with Metacritic slapping a 68 rating on it following mixed review. Serious Sam 4 is a prequel to the other entries, but it sounds like those are the ones you’ll actually want to play. Still, it looks like this fourth instalment isn’t too far away from a PS5, PS4 release.
[source usk.de, via gematsu.com]
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Comments (7)
sanderson72
Probably a PS4 version with PS5 enhancements?
Interesting that they are bothering to release it but I suppose they need to try and recoup some of the money after hiding it behind the garbage Stadia.
Shinnok789
For newcomers – they may not find it very appealing, it’s a tad old school by today’s standards.
But it’s good fun for the fans of the franchise, a throwback to the FPS games from many years ago.
meistergeister
Excitement!!! More hot trash PS4 ports coming!!! Crossing my fingers for Legend of Black Tiger or whatever it was called!!!
pip_muzz
Played on PC. It is very fun and well worth a play. Lots of the negative reviews were about the lack of story (or how pointless it was) and also how the gameplay isn’t anything new.
That said, it’s one of the best FPS’ I’ve played last gen. Old school fun, doesn’t babysit the player, music is amazing, gameplay is smooth. Even this site would probably give it a 7/10 but it’ll be one of the best 7/10 games you’ll ever play.
Thanosi
How is an an average 7/10 poorly received? This sort of nonsense perpetuates the idea that a game is only worth playing if it receives an 8 or above and everything else is worthless.
IAmGamer2022
££££ talks, not quality.
kingbreww
Yeh well they’ll probably be able to dupe some more people into buying it because it had a rep for being cool back in the day. Even though it’s certainly not a standout any more. A fool and his money are soon parted and all that jazz 🤷🏻‍♂️
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Serious Sam 4: Planet Badass
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Devolver Digital
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Croteam
Release Date:
2021 (USA)
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No. 20 Penn State travels to Columbus on Saturday to square off with No. 5 Ohio State in a game that once looked to be one of the best games of the season. The divisional showdown has lost a bit of luster in recent weeks, however. Earlier this month, many anticipated this being a clash between two top-five teams battling for Big Ten East supremacy and a possible College Football Playoff. Unfortunately, a lot has changed since.
While the Buckeyes recovered nicely from its early-season loss to Oregon and dominated its Big Ten competition, the Nittany Lions cannot say the same. Going on the road and losing to Iowa 23-20 after losing quarterback Sean Clifford late in the first half was forgivable and understandable. Losing 20-18 in nine overtimes to 3-5 Illinois last Saturday is something different. Not only did that knock Penn State down 13 spots in the AP Top 25, it all but eliminated it from Big Ten title contention. The Nittany Lions now have two conference losses in a division with three teams that have yet to lose a conference game. 
The good news for Penn State is that it still gets to play all three starting this weekend, but the bad news is there’s little reason it can beat all three. 
It’s better for the Big Ten if Ohio State wins: We’re almost to the time of year when playoff rankings will be released. If you’re the Big Ten, the most important thing is that you get at least one team in the playoff, but ideally, you’d love to get two. A Penn State win here would seriously hurt any chance of the latter coming to fruition. It would be Ohio State’s second loss of the season and history has shown that two losses are one too many.
With both Michigan and Michigan State playing earlier in the day, the conference will be down to only one undefeated team by kickoff. Of course, if you’re a Penn State fan, you don’t care about any of this, nor should you. All you care about is ending a two-game losing streak and getting the season back on track. 
This could be the start of C.J. Stroud’s Heisman campaign: Stroud has been on fire in October. Although he threw for 484 yards and three touchdowns in Ohio State’s loss to Oregon, he’d been failing to live up to the lofty expectations that Buckeyes fans have for their QB after watching Justin Fields. 
After sitting out of the Akron game because of an injury, Stroud has been lighting up the Big Ten. Over his last three games, he’s thrown for 1,032 yards, 14 touchdowns and no interceptions. Of course, he’s done this against Rutgers, Maryland and Indiana, so it hasn’t garnered much attention. But if Stroud can keep that up by lighting up a good Penn State secondary, you can be sure his Heisman candidacy will receive a significant boost.
Penn State needs to figure out a way to run the football: It’s been a serious problem for the Nittany Lions all season long, not just in their last two losses. This offense ranks 99th nationally with an average of 3.54 yards per carry, 99th in rushing success rate (48.7%) and 116th in total rush EPA (-40.73). There’s only been one game this season in which the Lions averaged at least 5.0 yards per carry, and that was a 44-13 win over Ball State in which they finished with exactly 5.0 yards per carry.
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