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Our big PlayStation Experience community event is all set to kick off in Las Vegas on December 6th and 7th! If you show up (and you’d better!!!), you’ll get an exclusive chance to play a big lineup of 2015 games including Dying Light, Battlefield Hardline, Tearaway Unfolded, and the one I’m most personally excited for, Mortal Kombat X (FATALITY).
Oh hi there, PlayStation people! Today, we hear from the executive producer of Dragon Age: Inquisition and learn about geometric density. Also, The Binding of Isaac, pasta sauce, and How Justin Almost Burned His Apartment Down. Yes, these are all real topics, and yes, you’ll love them (we hope)!
Dragon Age: Inquisition, the latest chapter in BioWare’s sweeping fantasy saga, wastes no time beginning its urgent, world-splitting story. Truth be told, the developers have sewn a great amount of detail onto the main menu alone. Starting a new game catapults the idyllic scene of a snowy peace summit into utter devastation. And that’s just the menu.
When the original Killzone came out for PS2 on November 2nd, 2004, we had no way of knowing its red-goggled antagonists would go on to invade four additional console platforms, five more Killzone games, nine other PlayStation titles, a toy line, a novelization and a manga. But here we are, ten years later, and the world of Killzone is bigger than ever.
For Grand Theft Auto V on PlayStation4, Rockstar Games has harnessed the power of PS4 to improve every aspect of the game. In addition to the all-new First Person Mode revealed yesterday, players can transfer their Grand Theft Auto Online characters and progress from PS3 or Xbox 360 to PS4.
This month we’ve got even more day and date releases into PlayStation Plus including The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth on PS4, Frozen Synapse Prime on PS3 and the Hungry Horde on PS Vita. Our members will also receive the delightful Steamworld Dig on PS4, addictive Luftrausers on PS3 and charming Escape Plan on PS Vita.