Journey through a haunting city soaked in rain, or blaze across the courts with a cheering crowd in your ear — this week greets a number of thrilling new releases joining the PlayStation family. In Rain, gamers will explore the streets, alleys, and awnings of a haunting city saturated by rain. As an invisible boy, players must use the rain around them to perceive their small hero running through the world, pursuing a similarly ghostly girl, while avoiding a malevolent force. Rain blends this adventure together with unique puzzles to create a wholly original experience.
Hey there, Playstation gamers! It’s been an exciting time for us in bringing pinball table recreations to everyone on PS3 and Vita! Over the month of September, we’ve released four classic pinball tables in two packs; Champion Pub, Whirlwind, Flight 2000, and Goin’ Nuts. Now, thanks to our amazing supporters and a successful Kickstarter campaign back in July, we’ll release Terminator 2: Judgment Day on PSN this Tuesday, as well!
There are two ways to look at Apocalypse — the fourth and final DLC collection for Call of Duty: Black Ops II. You might see it as the end of new multiplayer maps after a long, fruitful year of content. Or, you might choose to see it as the beginning of the Zombies storyline. Either way, you’re right.
Soccer and giant robots — a deadly combination. This week will see the launch of some hotly anticipated titles. FIFA 14 brings a host of new features to the pitch, including realistic ball physics, enhanced teammate intelligence for better decision making, and precision movement. Of course, the Ultimate Team mode returns to give gamers superb control of their customized soccer experience.
We love to see the sheer creativity of our community bursting out from the screen and LittleBigPlaye’s series of LittleBigPlanet SpeedArt videos captures this perfectly, as they show you their entire painting process when they break out their artistic skills with the PlayStation Move Paint Tool! We think that all of his speed paintings are amazing, so head on over to LittleBigPlaye’s YouTube Channel to check out the rest of his brilliant LittleBigPlanet Speedarts and if you feel that you’re a skilled Move Paint artist yourself, tweet us your creations @LittleBigPlanet because we would love to see them!
Last night we brought the dark and magical theatre of Puppeteer to the streets of San Francisco. What an event! We had a great crowd joining us to see the bizarre and wondrous world of Puppeteer. Volunteers from the crowd jumped on stage to put their own spin on Kutaro’s adventure. We saw Kutaro donning multiple puppet heads and taking on General Rat and General Dog from the Moon Bear King’s army.
Every Tuesday, there are new games, apps, and updates added to PlayStation Mobile. Unicorn Savior and Reflection Speed Game launched this week. There are also updates to Shooting Star Featured and Sukelook.
Unicorn Savior: Choose your weapons wisely and defend your ship in this intense, side-scrolling shooter. Enemies will try to attack you from all sides and distances, so be on your guard.
Hello, PlayStation.Blog readers. Having just announced the November 15th release date for PlayStation 4, you can imagine that it’s a very exciting time at PlayStation. We’re busy right now putting the final touches on Knack, including the drop-in/drop-out, 2-player local cooperative mode announced at Gamescom. Knack is both fun and challenging, and is a blast to play with a second player controlling a robot version of Knack.