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Sucker Punch listened to fan feedback and they’re adding some new features to inFAMOUS Second Son, Ryan got to play the first two hours of Ubisoft’s beautiful new RPG Child of Light on PS4, Minecraft PS3 players can get some new Uncharted, Killzone, and Heavy Rain skins, we’re going to be giving away some rare PlayStation loot at PAX East, you can raise a puppy on you PS Vita (YOU CAN RAISE A PUPPY ON YOUR PS VITA), Joe Danger on PS Vita gets playable Sackboy, Iota and Atoi, Square dropped some FF14 knowledge (beta 2 is live!), we got a crazy creepy new SOMA trailer (by the way, it takes place underwater… yeah), and more.
The indie dimension-bender Fez and Destiny of Spirits are out now, Hatsune Miku is getting an encore in North America, we still love PlayStation developers (1,000 and counting!), April’s PS Plus Instant Game Collection got an official unveil, There’s a handy new PS Vita system software update available, and Ubisoft dropped a hot new trailer for Watch_Dogs that details the finer points of their futuristic Chicago.
We finally took the covers off Project Morpheus this week, throwing our hat into the emerging world of Virtual Reality. This baby’s still a prototype, but it’s showing immense promise so far. That’s not all we got this week, either. Long-awaited superhuman adventure inFAMOUS Second Son is out now on PS4 (make sure you check out the Paper Trail missions… super cool), and gamers are all over it.
We’ve got two crazy sales happening right now (Back to 2013 and PS Vita Anniversary), the masterminds at Metanet stopped by to write a surprisingly detailed update about their upcoming PS4 ninja platformer N++, we got a tantalizing peek at The Order: 1886, The Walking Dead: Season 2 Episode 2 is coming to PS3 this Tuesday, and more. Not a bad week, I’d say!
We finally got some new info on The Order: 1886, which is highly relevant to my interests, we got release dates forWolfenstein: The New Order (pre-order for access to the beta for the next Doom game… yeah, that Doom) and TowerFall Ascension, Strider is out now on PS3 and PS4, Daylight will let spectators scare the bejeezus out of livestreamers, and PlayStation Plus got its very own TV spot.