Every time we announce a live PlayStation event here on the PlayStation Blog, the most common comment we receive is “Why don’t you guys come to –INSERT HOMETOWN HERE–?” Good question! That’s why we’re letting YOU decide some of the key locations for us to go to on our Road To Greatness tour!
E3 is nearly upon us! We squeeze out one last diamond of a pre-show-show: John Hardin and Robert Stone reveal Atlus’s E3 lineup, new releases for June 10th, my obsession with Watch_Dogs’ multiplayer mode and more. Huzzah!
It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since we officially unveiled “Greatness Awaits” and we are delighted with its success thanks to the tremendous support from fans like you. We’re extremely grateful to all of you, and I’m excited to introduce to you “Where the Greatest Play.”
At PlayStation, we’re incredibly thankful of the service our troops provide each and every day. As a way to both honor and entertain our service men and women (We all need a bit of R&R sometimes!), we’re pleased to announce Salute To Our Troops, an upcoming event held in Kansas’ Fort Riley military base. Fort Riley has a huge gaming community — the base even has its own dedicated gaming area in their Warrior Zone recreation center.
Hola, PlayStation.Blog readers. It’s been a while, hasn’t it? I hope everyone is having a splendid week thus far, and that you all had an awesome weekend. May is one of my favorite months. It starts off early with Star Wars “May the 4th” festivities, and then jumps immediately into Cinco de Mayo, without a break in between the two days. It’s like one big 48-hour celebration, and I love it!
So here’s something a little bit different: We want you to mail us.
Seriously, we do. We want you to tell us how games have affected your life. If they’ve shocked you, or scared you, or changed you, we want to hear why. We want to hear how your experiences with games have defined you.
Supergiant’s Greg Kasavin talks PS4 stunner Transistor (out May 20th) and new interviews for indie standouts Nidhogg and Rogue Legacy headline this week’s indie-powered show. Plus: new North American game releases for May 6th 2014, listener letters and more.