Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare is coming to PS3 and PS4 (1080p 60FPS on the latter), we debuted a handful of Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX screens, Battlefield 4 got a 20-hour free demo for PS Plus members this week, Capcom showed us how they’re using fan feedback to balance Ultra Street Fighter IV, and we got a first look at new titles Aaru’s Awakening and Blue Estate.
Sir Galahad stands with his back against a pillar, gunfire peppering his cover from the balcony above. I blink. For a moment, I’ve forgotten that The Order: 1886 on PS4 is running in front of me, and control has already shifted back to the DualShock 4 in my hands. There is no camera crew following the brave knight through the besieged streets of London. There is only the highly cinematic third-person shooter that Ready At Dawn Studios has crafted from its own interpretation of Arthurian lore.
When Aaru’s Awakening started out as a school project at the University of Reykjavík, we wanted to create an original platformer. The genre is congested, so new ideas are essential. Inspired by the teleportation gun in Unreal Tournament, we came up with the idea of a teleportation themed platformer.
Hi PlayStation.Blog Readers, this is Viktor Kalvachev, author of Blue Estate comic books also working at HESAW. Today, I wanted to introduce you to our little baby: Blue Estate on PS4, a brand new rail shooter taking advantage of DualShock 4′s gyroscopic features. We’ve tried to sum up everything in five points to give you an overview of the game. Get ready for a helluva ride!
Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep FINAL MIX never launched in North America, and it features the origin story of Kingdom Hearts. Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep FINAL MIX includes completely remastered graphics, which makes the D-Links, Shotlocks, and the triple protagonist story lines of Terra, Ventus, and Aqua better than ever. If that wasn’t enough, this game is a seamless port of Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep from the PSP to the PS3.
GT Fans! Polyphony has been working hard for weeks to deliver one of the most anticipated updates to date. Best of all, everything is available for free through an in-game update so owners of GT6 can experience both the Mitsubishi Vision GT and Senna Tribute starting tonight!
It’s hard for me to start this blog without saying how incredibly lucky I feel, and I speak for the rest of the Green Lava Studios team of Diego Vasquez and Jose Mora when I say this. It was only a couple years ago that we debuted our first game prototype on Google Play — it was really simple with hardly any cool visuals, but it served as the backbone of what would become our current game, Fenix Rage.