Not long now! Today I’m pleased to reveal the list of playable games coming to PlayStation Experience this December 5th & 6th in San Francisco in the West Hall of the Moscone Center.
Treyarch’s Zombies is still my all-time favorite co-op shooter. It’s a chilling challenge that pits you and some friends against relentless waves of zombies. Your arsenal: constant communication, careful teamwork, and whatever firearms you can scrounge from the all-important Mystery Box. It’s demanding of its players but, in the end, an immensely rewarding experience that always pays off.
That’s a wrap! Thanks for watching, and keep an eye on the front page of the US PlayStation.Blog for more news and announcements.
The PlayStation Paris Games Week 2015 Press Conference is about to begin! The show will kick off at 10:00 AM Pacific (tune in a little early so you don’t miss anything), and you can watch it all live right here. Make sure to refresh the page!
My, my! PlayStation Experience Early Bird and Capcom Cup VIP tickets sold out far faster than we expected, especially given how little information we’ve shared thus far about about the event — one of the biggest gaming community events of 2015.
For decades, videogames based on comics licenses have struggled with the perception of being low-quality licensed cash-ins. But over the past six or seven years that perception has begun to shift, helped in large part to the explosive critical and commercial success of the Batman Arkham series developed by Rocksteady and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
What’s the secret to DC and WBIE’s success where so many others have struggled? With Batman Day looming large, I contacted Ames Kirshen, vice president of product development for the Arkham and DC Comics games at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment to learn more about the company’s approach.
This week, we celebrated the 20th anniversary PlayStation’s launch in North America. Now, it’s your turn. Tell us — what’s the best original PlayStation game of all time? Cast your vote(s) below by next Tuesday, September 15th at midnight Pacific Time.
See below for a starter list of games, but note: you can submit two votes, and you can write in an answer if you don’t see it in the list below.
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