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Immerse yourself in the world of Defiance as the game impacts, and is impacted by, the Defiance TV series on this week’s The Drop.
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Side-scrolling indie adventure Terraria is coming to PS Vita, we got a release date for the long-awaited exploration-based platformer Guacamelee, the infamously unforgiving Spelunky is coming to PSN, and more. Oh, and if you’re planning to watch the season finale of The Walking Dead, keep your eyes peeled for The Last of Us’ TV spot during the show.
With the June 14th release of The Last of Us rapidly approaching, we’re excited to announce that the first official television spot for the game will air on the season finale of AMC’s The Walking Dead this Sunday, March 31st at 9:00pm Pacific Time and Eastern Time.
Yesterday we announced the exclusive music video for Passion Pit’s “Cry Like a Ghost,” featuring almost two minutes of additional footage. Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheibert – collectively known as DANIELS – the video, off their recent album Gossamer, debuted on the Sony Entertainment Network Blog.
The PlayStation Campus Tour has been on the road for six weeks now, and we’re only halfway done! A lot has happened since we launched in February and we wanted to take this opportunity to give you guys a few updates. The PlayStation community team recently met up with us on campus and put together a video to showcase some of the things we’re doing.
Paragon is now free for all to play. GLHF!
We’re almost there. ibb and obb is nearing completion and we hope to release the game on PSN this May.
Getting to this point has been quite an adventure. Currently there are between four and ten people working on the project, but around seven years ago this all started with my graduation project and I could only dream of where it is right now.
Your voices have been heard, and it’s my great pleasure to announce that after much discussion the teams at 505 Games, Engine Software, and Re-Logic have decided to continue our exciting journey together and bring Terraria to PS Vita! That’s right, folks – Terraria will be available to play anytime, anywhere. It’s almost like we never sleep!
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