Red Goddess: Inner World Hits PS4 June 30th
Explore the inner mind of a goddess who struggles to recall her own past while battling the evils within her. Read More
Hello everyone, we’re super excited to announce that Red Goddess: Inner World is coming to PS4 tomorrow, June 30th! We’re talking about a Metroidvania with an epic journey that features mystical-fantasy storytelling in a universe filled with symbolism.
Take to the skies in Final Fantasy XIV's massive first expansion, now live on PS4 and PS3.
Hello! I’m Zeke Virant, the sole developer of Soft Body. It’s coming out later this year for PS4 and PS Vita with cross buy support. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the game, Soft Body is an action-puzzle game that infuses the twin-stick shooter with a surreal sense of control and style.
The dust has finally settled after an amazing week at E3 2015. And yet still the new games lineup marches on! If you’re a fan of games from Japanese developers, you’re in for quite the treat this week, with titles like BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend joining the PlayStation family.
We’ve had a roller-coaster of a time since our last update to you all. PlayStation invited us to Los Angeles to present Shadow of the Beast as part of the line-up of games coming to PS4 at one of the biggest gaming events on the planet, E3! For us, this was a huge honor — particularly with the game still being pre-alpha; but we were both delighted and excited to have another opportunity to showcase the gameplay.
As a studio we’ve been working hard planning out the other levels for the game, being careful to try and stick to our brief that every level needs to feel different to every other one. We’re still building out these environments, but we wanted to take the opportunity to share some new screenshots — both from the “Arid” level that we showed at E3 and a sneaky early-peek at how some of the other levels are shaping up.
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First revealed at E3 2013, Tom Clancy’s The Division introduced us to a post-apocalyptic vision of New York City realized in jaw-dropping detail.
Bringing Ubisoft’s vision of a post-pandemic urban battleground to life isn’t a task that the development team are keen to rush, so at E3 2015 there were still plenty of details to be unveiled — and this year was the turn of the Dark Zone.
The dust has settled, the chaos has calmed, and E3 2015 has drawn to a close. The Blogcast crew discusses show highlights, favorite demos, memorable memories, and press conference reactions. As a bonus, Clements sits down with Shaun McCabe to discuss the upcoming Ratchet & Clank on PS4.
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