"PlayStation 4" Posts

Leave No Grisly Clues Behind in Serial Cleaner, Coming to PS4

Posted by on Feb 22, 2017

Hey, PlayStation fans! We’re iFun4all and we’re super excited to announce that our wacky, fast-paced stealth game Serial Cleaner will be making its way onto your favorite console! Working on this game has been a blast, and we want to share some of the things that make it unique.

Serial Cleaner’s premise is simple — you’re a professional cleaner, the guy who’s tasked with taking care of the mess left after mafia shootouts and other grisly affairs. Your job is to remove the evidence from the scene — bodies, weapons, and blood — so that nobody can connect the crime to your clients. The police force is on the scene as you move through it, so a single mistake can lead to your arrest and questioning, putting a black mark on your career!

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Hyper-futuristic Racer Lightfield Coming to PS4

Posted by on Feb 21, 2017

It’s quite an exciting time for us right now, seeing all our time, labor, and passion finally culminate in this announcement of Lightfield on PS4. It was a very intense time for us — we founded our own indie studio Lost in the Garden, put in a lot of time and effort, learned so many new things, and also made many new friends on the way. There are still exciting times ahead, but for now, let’s take a look back to see what’s behind and how it all came to be…

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Here They Lie Updated with PS4 and PS4 Pro Support on February 21

Posted by on Feb 20, 2017

Hello, Cory Davis here! I’ve exhumed a treasure chest full of Here They Lie news and updates from the void.

While many of you have been diving into the nightmarish rabbit-hole that is Here They Lie on PlayStation VR, we’ve continued forging ahead on future updates and additions to improve the experience. I’m excited to let you know about the goodies that are about to roll out for the PS VR version and… wait for it… the PS4 and PS4 Pro versions of Here They Lie!

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From Danganronpa to Ys: The 7 NIS Games Coming to PlayStation in 2017

Posted by on Feb 17, 2017

Hi everyone! Chris King from NIS America here to give you a complete list of all the PlayStation announcements we made at our annual press event in San Francisco.

We announced three new game localizations, release dates for Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony, and two other games — and brand new content coming to Suda 51’s The Silver Case for PS4! Brace yourself — there’s a ton of news here, dood!

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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for 2/21/2017

Posted by on Feb 17, 2017

It’s been more than 10 years since the world was first introduced to the intrepid Psychonauts! Now, with the Grand Head of the Psychonauts Truman Zannotto in peril, Raz (a newly minted agent) and his friends must stage a daring rescue — in virtual reality! Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin is out next week on PS VR.

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Disc Jam Beta Begins Today on PS4

Posted by on Feb 17, 2017

Hey folks! Tim and Jay here from High Horse Entertainment. We’re thrilled to announce the online beta test for Disc Jam, an action sports game for 1-4 players! During our alpha phase, the top two requests we received were “Please do a PS4 Beta!” and “Please add doubles!” So today, we’re announcing both!

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Watch Dogs 2 Human Conditions DLC Out February 21 on PS4

Posted by on Feb 16, 2017

Human Conditions, the second DLC for Watch Dogs 2, will be released February 21 on PS4. This is our biggest content addition yet, adding more than five hours of gameplay with three brand new DedSec operations, and an Elite Co-op challenge with endless replayability for hardcore hackers.

To give you a little more insight into the narrative and gameplay experience of Human Conditions, we asked producer Fabian Salomon (from the Ubisoft Paris team who developed this DLC) and scriptwriter Ethan Petty some questions.

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Free Multiplayer Week on PS4 Begins February 17

Posted by on Feb 16, 2017

Hey PlayStation Nation. We’re back with another free multiplayer weekend on PS4, but this time, the PS Plus team is extending it a full week. That’s right — one full week of competitive or cooperative play online! This should give you enough time to prestige at least once on Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, right?

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