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Naughty Dog Director Leaves the Door Open to Making Another Uncharted Game

Let us dream. Developer Naughty Dog left the Uncharted franchise in a very, very good place upon the culmination of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. The 2016 PlayStation 4 exclusive wraps things up nicely with a feel-good epilogue which gives Nathan Drake a lovely send-off, but director Neil Druckmann might have left behind some unfinished…

Facebook Kills Chances of Sly Cooper Sequel from Sanzaru Games with Acquisition

To develop VR games. If Sony ever does decide to bring the Sly Cooper franchise back from the dead, it won’t be doing it alongside Sanzaru Games anymore. That’s because the developer of PlayStation 3 exclusive Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time has just been bought by Facebook for an undisclosed fee. In a move similar…

Samurai Jack Battles Through Time to PS4 in 2020

Due out this summer. Cult animated series Samurai Jack is getting a new PlayStation 4 game this summer, with ex-Team Ninja leads taking charge. Adult Swim Games has partnered with Soleil to bring the cartoon to Sony’s system, as part of an all-new adventure which will tie into the “epic series finale”. The plot will…

Here’s how Resident Evil 3’s PS4 remake is enhancing the survival horror classic for the better

The more I try to escape Raccoon City, the more it pulls me back in. Capcom recently invited the PlayStation team to go hands-on with the hotly anticipated Resident Evil 3 remake. We spent several intense hours with former S.T.A.R.S. Alpha Team member, Jill Valentine, and the hulking Nemesis dogging her attempt to flee Raccoon…

Road to Guangdong Taking the Long Journey to PS4

Road trip. Chinese road trip simulator Road to Guangdong is fuelling up for a PlayStation 4 release. Originally launched on Steam last summer, the unique adventure sees a young art graduate reunited with her elderly aunt for a “memorable road trip”. The official blurb reads: “Settle into the driving seat for a moving tale of faded memories, family ties, and generational angst.” You’ll need to maintain your car throughout the…

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Othercide Is a Turn-Based RPG From Publishing Heavyweight Focus Home Interactive

This summer on PS4. Focus Home Interactive has become a major publisher in the AA space over the past couple of years, helping the likes of Call of Cthulhu, The Surge, and the fantastic A Plague Tale: Innocence reach the PlayStation 4 market. And it is set to continue that initiative in 2020 with Othercide, a tactical turn-based RPG from developer Lightbulb Crew. The game will launch on PS4 in…

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In An Alternate Timeline, We'd Be Playing The Last of Us 2 Right Now

Bloody ‘Ellie. How different the beginning to 2020 could have been! Late last year, we were expecting a PlayStation 5 reveal event and The Last of Us: Part II’s launch right around now – neither have materialised. The latter is still shrouded in mystery, while Ellie’s sophomore outing was pushed back to 29th May, as developer Naughty Dog said that it refused to “compromise our vision”. But the title was…

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Tony Hawk's Pro Skater to Get Its Very Own Documentary

Pretending I’m a Superman. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater is a series pretty synonymous with PlayStation. The first game released in the late 90s and became an instant phenomenon, spawning numerous sequels and spin-offs. Of course, these days it’s a different story, but 20 years ago, Tony Hawk was just as much a video game legend as a skateboarding one. The story of how the first title was made will be…

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Big in Japan Sale Returns to EU and US PlayStation Store with Hundreds of Discounts

Beasts from the East. Big in Japan, one of PlayStation Store’s semi-regular sales, is back today, bringing hundreds of discounts on all the Japanese PS4 games you could want. It’s arrived on both the European and North American Stores, and the selections are largely the same. Let’s have a quick look. Some big names are here in force — Kingdom Hearts III, Devil May Cry 5, Yakuza 6, and Ace…

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Tekken 7 Celebrates 5 Million Copies Sold With Updated Character Artwork

Season 3 fighters join the party. Tekken 7 just keeps selling. Surpassing everyone’s expectations, including Bandai Namco’s, the fighter has maintained a very healthy competitive scene since it launched on consoles back in 2017, and its good reputation has kept those sales figures ticking along nicely. Read the full article on pushsquare.com Source: PushSquare: http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2020/02/tekken_7_celebrates_5_million_copies_sold_with_updated_character_artwork

PlayStation Store’s Big in Japan promotion begins today

PlayStation Store’s Big in Japan promotion returns this week, shining a spotlight on a selection of the best PS4 titles to come out of development studios from the far east. During the sale* you can save up to 70% on such modern day classics like Resident Evil 2, NieR: Automata: Game of the YoRHa Edition, Kingdom Hearts III and Tekken 7. Check out the full list of discounts below! 428:…

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Mini Review: Knightin'+ – Zelda-Lite Is Too Simplistic with Just Dungeons

Trifine. Are we witnessing the origins of an all-new genre? Knightin’+ started life on itch.io and bills itself as a Zelda-lite. The gameplay is easy to describe: it’s Zelda in dungeon form only. This means that there’s no hub-world to explore, just a maze of rooms with keys to find, puzzles to solve, and bosses to beat. You’ll also happen upon various weapons, such as a magic staff that fires…

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Sony Cancels GDC 2020 Appearance Amid Coronavirus Concerns

That makes two. After scrapping its plans to attend PAX East in Boston later this month, Sony has now confirmed that it won’t be attending GDC — once again citing the coronavirus as the reason why. Facebook joins the company in skipping the show while Oculus has announced that its announcements will take place online. In a statement given to GamesIndustry.biz, Sony said: “We have made the difficult decision to…

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Talking Point: What Free March 2020 PS Plus Games Do You Want?

When will March 2020’s PlayStation Plus lineup be announced? What’s the March 2020 PlayStation Plus lineup? And when will the March 2020 PS Plus games be announced? February 2020’s offering was a bit of a bonanza for subscribers, with three games made available for the first time in quite a while. The headline addition was obviously BioShock: The Collection, though subscribers seemed satisfied with supplementary software The Sims 4 and…

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Mini Review: Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story – Addictive Dungeon Crawler Weighed Down by Awkward Design

Your inventory is full. Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story is an isometric dungeon crawling action RPG that, as its title suggests, branches off from the janky but fun Way of the Samurai series. Playing as a wandering swordsman who helps a blacksmith settle his debt, you’re tasked with exploring a ghostly realm that appears in the night, looting its treasures so that you have some dosh to hand over when the debt collectors come knocking. The whole game is based on a calendar system, meaning that you have to use your time wisely and proceed through the randomised dungeons with caution. Get caught out by monsters and demons in the spirit realm and you’ll lose the items that you’ve gathered as well as the time that you…

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The PS4 Was Officially Announced 7 Years Ago Today

At PlayStation Meeting 2013. Seven years ago today, on the 20th February 2013, Sony officially announced the PlayStation 4. It did so at the PlayStation Meeting — an event that it had been hyping up for around a week beforehand. At the time we all knew what was coming — Sony itself had confirmed that next-gen hardware would be detailed — but we didn’t actually get to lay our eyes on the console until E3 later that year. Read the full article on pushsquare.com Source: PushSquare: http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2020/02/the_ps4_was_officially_announced_7_years_ago_today

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