Arena shooter Drawn to Death and couch co-op sensation Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime lead next month's lineup. Read More
Happy springtime, PlayStation Nation! The PlayStation Plus lineup for April is here and we’re really excited for this special month of great multiplayer games. Whether you’re looking for couch co-op comradery or fierce online action, we’ve got great some great picks for you this month.
OK, so Akiba’s Beat! This game has been the source of much confusion, and we’ve gotten many questions about it, so I’m here to set the record straight and give you all the information you’ve been seeking. H-Hopefully. (*anime-style hand-behind-head facial emote with blushed cheeks*)
First off, release date! We have one now. The game will be arriving on both PS4 and PS Vita, physically and digitally, on May 16 in North America. If you plan to get the game physically be sure you pre-order, because pre-order copies will be shipping with a pocket plushie of the game’s lovable (?) “ugly-cute” mascot, Pinkun (at participating retailers while supplies last).
Another big one: “How does this relate to Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed, XSEED’s previous Akiba-related game release?” The answer is… it doesn’t!
As a filmmaker with an intense interest in visual storytelling I have long had great respect for Ghost In The Shell and the anime feature that it inspired. That film is a milestone in the history of modern cinema given the way it blends a quintessentially Japanese milieu with popular science-fiction tropes. It set the standard for a futuristic global aesthetic and is simply spectacular.
A few years ago, Giant Sparrow made a whimsical little game called The Unfinished Swan, which I (and many others) loved. A couple years later, they revealed their new project: a decidedly darker experience titled What Remains of Edith Finch. We’re nearing Edith’s release on PS4 (April 25 as part of the excellent Play Collective lineup), so I jumped at the opportunity to play a short section of the game and talk to its creative director, Ian Dallas.
Hey KOF XIV fans,
We have some really big news for you today!
SNK has made a slew of announcements regarding our upcoming DLC over the last few weeks, but today’s reveal might be the biggest one yet!
The main character from Garou: Mark Of The Wolves, Rock Howard, is joining the battle in King of Fighters XIV!
It’s time to pack your bags and get back to New Bordeaux!
When we shipped Mafia III last fall, we were humbled by the community’s response – so many of you really dug into Lincoln’s revenge story against the Marcano crime family. But if you missed out on the gritty tale before, now’s your chance to check it out for free.
Imagine yourself as a little, lost creature. Something strange, fragile, and… squishy? You’ve been separated from your kin in a traumatic flood; washed away to an unfamiliar land filled with dangerous predators and incomprehensible mysteries.How will you survive? Where will you take shelter when the rains come again?
In Rain World, we want to put the player into the mind of this creature, a young slugcat, as it sneaks and stalks through the eroded structures and broken down industrial ruins of an ancient and unfathomable civilization.
Good news – the clock isn’t ticking anymore!
The Final Fantasy XIV free trial has unequipped its 14-day time restriction. Free trial players are now able to access all content up to level 35 without any clock ticking the play time away!
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