Excuse me if I keep this brief, but I’m writing this in the midst of our E3 preparations. It’s gonna be a good one!
Watch_Dogs and Transistor took top honors on May’s PS4 PlayStation Store charts, with a respectable debut from MachineGames’ old-school new-school shooter Wolfenstein: The New Order.
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.
Driveclub is a game PlayStation fans are likely already pretty familiar with. Originally slated as a PS4 launch title, the socially connected racer has shifted to an October 7th, 2014 release date. But aspiring drivers needn’t fear: the developers at Evolution Studios are making good use of this extra time.
We announced 12 new PlayStation games in one day! Some reeeeal weird ones, too. PS4 got a feature-packed new system update, which added the option to turn HDCP off, USB export for screens and video, new Twitch/Ustream sharing settings (and archiving), a slick new video editor called SHAREfactory (which Sid, Ryan and I tried our hands at, with surprisingly admirable results), and lots more.