10 Second Ninja X is a blisteringly fast platformer where you’re a Ninja destroying robots in less than 10 seconds. Try, fail, repeat. Try, fail, repeat. Try a bit better, fail, repeat. You get the idea. It’s a game about finding the fastest routes and getting the best times possible. It’s frantic, challenging and very rewarding.
We’ve been inspired by games like Super Meat Boy and OlliOlli, trying to create a game where every single frame of movement feels deliberate and satisfying. Any failure, missed jump, or abrupt death feels fair. The gameplay in 10 Second Ninja X is the result of almost five years of polish and I hope that you can feel that refinement every moment that you’re playing.
Uncharted 4, Dark Souls 3, Overwatch, Hitman, Doom, Ratchet & Clank… it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of must-play titles that have been released this year. With so many blockbuster games chomping hungrily at your free time, it’s only natural that some lower profile gems might have passed you by in the first half of 2016.
Thankfully, the summer sun brings with it a slight reprieve, with the launch calendar traditionally quieting down before the big pre-Christmas rush. So, what better time to catch up on some of those titles that you might have missed?
It’s been an incredible weekend at EVO 2016 so far with the largest fighting game tournament in the world delivering some unbelievable moments from the best players from all over the globe. The action is far from over as the Street Fighter V finals are set to go live tonight at 7:00pm Pacific Time!
On top of all the amazing matches we’ve seen throughout the weekend, there was also a ton of exciting news to come from the event. PlayStation and Capcom announced a new partnership with PS4 being the presenting sponsor of the Capcom Pro Tour! The Capcom Pro Tour has seen astounding growth over the past few years with the first six-figure check being awarded to the winner of Capcom Cup 2015. Now, both PlayStation and Capcom are doubling down in 2016 to accelerate the growth of the fighting game community with this new partnership.
Like a burning knuckle to the face, The King of Fighters XIV caps off its successful showing at EVO 2016 with a special surprise: the game’s demo will launch this Tuesday July 19!
Through darkness and snowfall, a young woman prepares for the ultimate sacrifice to save her people. I Am Setsuna honors the legendary RPGs of years past with an emotional narrative, classical battle system, and beautiful character designs — set against a stirring backdrop of melodies fit for such a nostalgic journey.
We at SNK know how excited fighting game fans are during EVO. To celebrate, together with SIEA Third Party Production, we’re pleased to announce that our next game to hit PlayStation Store will be the legendary Neo Geo classic Garou: Mark of the Wolves on both PS4 and PS Vita — with cross buy support!
In August of 2015 Activision announced the Call of Duty World League. Just shy of a year later, we are nearing the end of the inaugural year of a dedicated league for Call of Duty, a first for Activision.
Since the beginning, PlayStation has been part of this journey with us. Beginning in January 2016, we kicked off our first official matches. Looking ahead to this weekend, it’s hard to believe that the end of the Stage 2 competition is upon us.
You butter be ready to enter the kitchen when Overcooked launches on August 3!
Are you ready to travel across space and thyme, quite literally, on your quest to become the ultimate top chef capable of saving the endangered Onion Kingdom?
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