We’ve been hard at work on the next PS4 system software update, and could use your help testing it ahead of the official launch. Starting today, you can sign up for a chance to be a beta tester and get an advance look at some of the improvements and new features coming to PS4.
Hey everyone! Jorge Cabezas here, one of BlitWorks’ founders. You may have enjoyed some of the games we’ve ported to PlayStation: FEZ, Don’t Starve, Spelunky and Super Meat Boy, among others.
We want to keep the fun coming, so I have a cool announcement to make today: We’re bringing Cannon Brawl to PS4 on August 2nd. Just in time to refresh your summer!
As a gamer, it always bothered me that English-speaking gamers were denied the goodness of Summon Night. But making the connections required for an English license to happen is not a simple undertaking. But back in 2014, our madness paid off — the planets aligned, years of work paid off, and our karma glowed bright enough that we were able to license Summon Night 5 so we could finally release the first mainline Summon Night game in the United States.
As NFL training camps get underway, we’re excited to announce that football fans will soon have access to NFL Network and NFL RedZone on PlayStation Vue. With both channels launching in time for the NFL regular season this fall, fans can enjoy watching their favorite gridiron matchups using PlayStation Vue’s unique TV streaming features, including cloud DVR, powerful search and discovery tools, and simultaneous streaming, which allows users on the same account to watch the networks on multiple devices at the same time.
You’re not dreaming. Since the 90’s, Sonic has advanced from the 2D world into 3D, and has crossed multiple platforms along the way. But what would have happened if Sonic had continued his 2D glory after Sonic The Hedgehog 3 and Knuckles? The world is about to find out.
We announced two new characters for Injustice 2 at San Diego Comic-Con today. If you haven’t seen them yet, watch the trailer. Go ahead, I’ll wait…
Call of Duty was in full force at San Diego Comic-Con as Kinda Funny’s Greg Miller hosted a panel with members of the cast and narrative team behind the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare campaign. Infinity Ward’s Narrative Director Taylor Kurosaki and Director of Photography Jeff Negus were joined by Brian Bloom (co-writer and lead character Capt. Reyes), Jamie Gray Hyder (Lt. Salter), Jeffrey Nordling (Ethan), and David Harewood (Sgt. Omar) to discuss the narrative direction of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, a hero’s journey, the opposing forces facing players, and much more.
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