Renowned developer and director Tim Schafer stops by to talk about Broken Age (and tell some jokes). Plus, a bonus interview on the upcoming PS4 shooter Alienation.
Welcome back to PlayStation Underground, our new online show about video games. Today, we go underground with one of the goriest, most visceral fighting games in the industry. That’s right, it’s Mortal Kombat X, which is out tomorrow on PS4. Your stomach is not ready.
Mortal Kombat X storms onto PS4 this week with eye-popping graphics (in some cases literally), a new style variation system, and a huge roster of fighters. Like its 2011 predecessor, Mortal Kombat X retains many of the elements that gamers fell in love with back during the original run, but with enhanced control and new bone-crunching X-ray attacks.
We sit down and talk with J from Bandai Namco Entertainment about Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin on PS4.
Normally when you forget your backpack on the way to the bus stop, you either leave it behind or run back home to get it. In Nia’s case, however, her backpack is a living monster named V. And V is trying real hard to catch up to Nia before it’s too late. Also, he may start the apocalypse along the way… All part of the fun in MonsterBag, which launches this week exclusively on PS Vita.
For those PlayStation gamers that don’t remember (or, perhaps, hadn’t yet appeared on this Earth), PlayStation Underground was a video magazine and series of demo discs which Sony Computer Entertainment America produced in the late ’90s. Now, we’re bringing PlayStation Underground back in the form of an online show about video games. We play for a bit, talk it out, and sit on a pretty sweet couch. Simple!
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