Mortal Kombat X storms onto PS4 this week with eye-popping graphics (in some cases literally), a new style variation system, and a huge roster of fighters. Like its 2011 predecessor, Mortal Kombat X retains many of the elements that gamers fell in love with back during the original run, but with enhanced control and new bone-crunching X-ray attacks.
Normally when you forget your backpack on the way to the bus stop, you either leave it behind or run back home to get it. In Nia’s case, however, her backpack is a living monster named V. And V is trying real hard to catch up to Nia before it’s too late. Also, he may start the apocalypse along the way… All part of the fun in MonsterBag, which launches this week exclusively on PS Vita.
A dark city steeped in blood and madness opens like a wound before you. As a new Hunter in the cursed bounds of Yharnam, unravel the strange secrets plaguing the town and dispel the hungry beats that fester within. Bloodborne is out this week on PS4. Steel yourself.
Demonic influence creeps beneath a thin veil of corporate greed, advertising, and poisonous soft drinks. With ancient powers warring behind the scenes, one man of both demonic and angelic ancestry challenges the hellish underbelly of his city. DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition is coming to PS4 this week, and Dante looks better than ever.
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