Category Archives: PS4
Rumors have begun to swirl that Mighty No. 9 will be delayed to 2016. GameInformer has reported that the game will miss 2015. Mighty No.9 is set to release on Windows PC, Mac, Linux, PS4, PS3, Vita, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U, and 3DS. Via: VGChartz
Driveclub game director, Paul Rustchynsky, has revealed that his game has sold 2 million copies worldwide.
— Paul Rustchynsky (@Rushy33) July 31, 2015
Harmonix has stated that Amplitude will be delayed on PS4 and PS3. The title will now launch in January 2016.
“At a certain point, we made a major call: We’ve decided to double down, increase the project budget, and make the new Amplitude bigger and better than the scope of game we originally pitched to you all last year,” Harmonix boss Alex Rigopulos said in a Kickstarter update.
Many wondered how ZombiU would play without the GamePad on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Ubisoft has detailed what they have done to transition the experience. Many of the GamePad interactions have been moved to the TV screen. The local Multiplayer has been removed completely, but two more melee weapons were added. Get the full details here, Zombi launches on August 18th digital only.
Star Wars Battlefront will feature a 10v10 online team deathmatch mode called “Blast”. Rebel forces will battle Imperial factions in this 20 player game mode. The side who gets 100 kills first or has the most at the end of 10 minutes wins.
“One battle you’ll be fighting within interior levels on Endor or Sullust,” said lead level designer Dennis Brännvall. “In the next battle, you might find yourselves among Tatooine’s dusty canyons, or inside the undeniably cool Ice Caves on Hoth.
“My favorite is the verticality of Tatooine, fighting by the Sandcrawler.”
“As in other Star Wars Battlefront game modes, the key to success is choosing a hand with a weapon layout that suits you and the battle conditions,” said Brännvall. “Also, you’ll find weapon pickups strewn across the map, and since there are no vehicles or Heroes & Villains joining the fight, the strategic value of these pickups is quite high.
“Whether you pick up a Droid scanning for nearby enemies or a turret that’ll control a zone for you, the pickups can really turn the tide of a Blast match. They are not around every corner though, so keep your eyes peeled.”
Koei Tecmo has announced Arslan: The Warriors of Legend for PS4 and Xbox One. The game is based on the anime of the same name, and seems to have warriors/Musou style combat. Check out the announcement trailer below, it looks pretty cool. The game will launch in early 2016, the PS3 will get a digital only release.
Source: Koei Temco
The Rageaholic has uploaded a hilarious review of Batman Arkham Knight….. check it out below. Warning, Strong Language
Final Fantasy VII Remake director Tetsuya Nomura, has revealed that his staff will be making ‘dramatic changes’ to Final Fantasy VII’s combat system in PS4 remake.
“And of course, that being said we want to clarify: We’re not going to be changing it into a shooter or something like that. We are going to be bringing dramatic changes, but we want to make sure it’s still recognizable.”
Dragon Quest XI on 3DS will allow players to switch between 3D and 2D art styles, but will not allow both to be on at the same time. The beginning intro will have both simultaneously, but after that it’s one or the other. Via: GoNintendo
Red Ash: The Indelible Legend is now backed up Chinese publisher Fuze Entertainment, with a confirmed release on PS4, Xbox One and PC. And its a good thing this happened, because it seemed like the game wouldn’t have made its KickStarter goal.
“Consider your pledge a contribution to stretch goals from here on out,” Comcept said. “Exactly what are those stretch goals? We’re sorry to say that will have to wait a little while longer.
“We’re very busy with many behind-the-scenes things over here, and we apologize if you feel left in the dark. As you can see, the things we have brewing that are keeping us occupied are big, and all for the purpose of getting you Red ASH in its biggest, bestest form. That’s the reason we’re less communicative than we’d like to be.”
There will be no delays for worldwide markets when it comes to Street Fighter V! The game will launch on PS4 and PC in the Spring of 2016 simultaneous in all regions, according to Capcom producer Yoshinori Ono.
“We will have a simultaneous [Street Fighter 5] release all across the world. No region will be late, and everyone will be able to play at the same time,” said Ayano.
“This is just a small expression of our gratitude to all of the people here in Hong Kong who’ve been supporting Street Fighter for so long,” added Ono.
Playtonic has revealed that Yooka-Laylee will be getting a physical and digital release for all platforms. The talent packed studio is working with Team17 to make this happen. Playtonic is targeting a October 2016 release for the 3D platformer.
“Team17 has significant experience in making the most of releasing a game.”
“Personally I feel it would be a great shame if after our great Kickstarter success, we delivered on our promise of a great game and then it underperformed sales-wise because we didn’t have the knowledge, or made a mistake in the way we released or marketed the game.
“Thanks to our Kickstarter backers, we’re on a really positive trajectory and Team17 is acting like a booster for us on top of that by handling non-game dev tasks.”
Playtonic is still sticking to a Wii U release, despite Nintendo’s next system seemingly right around the corner.
“Nintendo is not saying that much, it’s all still very secretive – I wish I knew more. But there’s nothing said that impacts any of our current plans. There’s still plenty to look forward to with the Wii U, right now I don’t foresee anything impacting us delivering that version.”
Ubisoft knows exactly what Wii U owners want….more Just Dance 2016. Watch Tilmen from Nintendomination play the new demo released on the eShop.
Ubisoft has officially revealed Zombi, or ZombiU, for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. The game is launching on August 18th and is digital only.
It seems like Capcom is trying to gauge interest and opinions on a potential remake of Resident Evil 2. Coming from the official Resident Evil Facebook page:
Hello Resident Evil fans!
This is Capcom R&D Division 1!
First off, we would like to express our deepest appreciation to all Resident Evil fans, for your passion, enthusiasm and continued support for the Resident Evil brand.
Enthusiasm for a Resident Evil 2 Remake is something we’ve been hearing from you over the years, and has drawn some recent attention in the media.
However, as the team owns the RE brand, we’re not certain how we feel about this approach, and would like to ask your honest and frank opinion about the “Resident Evil 2 Remake” and what the brand identity is supposed to be about?
“This nonsense really needs to stop.”
Sony has announced that they have shipped 25.3 million units worldwide, with three million PS4’s shipped in the first quarter of FY 2015. With a number of big PS4 games like Street Fighter V and The Nathan Drake collection, I don’t see the momentum slowing down anytime soon. Via: Gematsu, Source: NeoGAF
Tri-Ace developed RPG Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky, has received it’s first preview from Famitsu. Gematsu translated the first story information below:
Exist Archive is set in modern day Tokyo and on the planet Protolexa. One day, an explosion in Tokyo caused by the evil god Yamatoga kills the game’s 12 heroes, including protagonist Kanata Kujou. As a result, those 12 become immortal and harbor within them the soul of the evil god, and get wrapped up in the gods’ quarrels.
No Man’s Sky developer Hello Games is considering adding support for Oculus and Morpheus. “It’s something we’re thinking about,” No Man’s Sky creator Sean Murray told Edge Magazine, as reported by GamesRadar
“Morpheus, Oculus… There’s nothing more cool and sci-fi than VR and a big procedural universe. I think that, for the people who want to just explore, and even for the space combat and things like that, it would be a good fit. Let’s put it that way.”