"PlayStation 4" Posts

Watch the Uncharted 4 Extended E3 Demo

Posted by Eric Monacelli on Jul 01, 2015

Our E3 press conference demo literally left Drake hanging and with good cause. We wanted to give attendees of E3 a treat and show them if Sully and Drake ever caught up to Nathan’s brother, Sam, in time. The reaction was pretty fantastic. Now, for everyone not able to see it at the show, you can watch it live on Twitch right here.

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PlayStation Underground: Shu Plays Bloodborne

Posted by Ryan Clements on Jul 01, 2015

Welcome back to PlayStation Underground, our online show about video games! Today, we are pleased to host and honored to have our special guest, the President of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida!

Before we were all swept away by the hustle and bustle of E3, Shu stopped by to showcase his personal obsession with Bloodborne by braving a high-level Chalice Dungeon with absolutely no fear (but maybe a little bit of caution). Shu also shares his heartfelt appreciation for the project, his history with FromSoftware, and his favorite weapons to employ against flaming hell beasts. He got a Platinum Trophy on this game, people!

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PS Plus: Free Games for July 2015

Posted by Ryan Clements on Jul 01, 2015

Prepare yourselves for a free games lineup the likes of which you’ve (probably) never seen! We’ve got rocket-powered cars, stealthy goblins, science cats,and even a little dab of arthouse wonder for good measure. All free starting next week for PS Plus members.

This month’s lineup includes four games playable on PS4, starting with the multiplayer mayhem of Rocket League. Use insane stunts and teamwork to score points in this fast-paced arcade game that even features a wholesome little cameo from Sweet Tooth, our favorite demonic ice cream truck.

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Red Goddess: Inner World Coming to PS4 on June 30th

Posted by Yannick Puig on Jun 29, 2015

Hello everyone, we’re super excited to announce that Red Goddess: Inner World is coming to PS4 tomorrow, June 30th! We’re talking about a Metroidvania with an epic journey that features mystical-fantasy storytelling in a universe filled with symbolism.

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Introducing Soft Body on PS4, PS Vita

Posted by Zeke Virant on Jun 29, 2015

Hello! I’m Zeke Virant, the sole developer of Soft Body. It’s coming out later this year for PS4 and PS Vita with cross buy support. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the game, Soft Body is an action-puzzle game that infuses the twin-stick shooter with a surreal sense of control and style.

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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for 6/30/2015

Posted by Ryan Clements on Jun 28, 2015

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend

The dust has finally settled after an amazing week at E3 2015. And yet still the new games lineup marches on! If you’re a fan of games from Japanese developers, you’re in for quite the treat this week, with titles like BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend joining the PlayStation family.

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Shadow of the Beast: An E3 Retrospective

Posted by Matt Birch on Jun 26, 2015

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We’ve had a roller-coaster of a time since our last update to you all. PlayStation invited us to Los Angeles to present Shadow of the Beast as part of the line-up of games coming to PS4 at one of the biggest gaming events on the planet, E3! For us, this was a huge honor — particularly with the game still being pre-alpha; but we were both delighted and excited to have another opportunity to showcase the gameplay.

As a studio we’ve been working hard planning out the other levels for the game, being careful to try and stick to our brief that every level needs to feel different to every other one. We’re still building out these environments, but we wanted to take the opportunity to share some new screenshots — both from the “Arid” level that we showed at E3 and a sneaky early-peek at how some of the other levels are shaping up.

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The Division: Tense Multiplayer in the Dark Zone

Posted by Rhys Sutheran on Jun 26, 2015

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First revealed at E3 2013, Tom Clancy’s The Division introduced us to a post-apocalyptic vision of New York City realized in jaw-dropping detail.

Bringing Ubisoft’s vision of a post-pandemic urban battleground to life isn’t a task that the development team are keen to rush, so at E3 2015 there were still plenty of details to be unveiled — and this year was the turn of the Dark Zone.

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