See Pandora like never before. Looter-shooter Borderlands 2 VR comes to PlayStation VR Read More
Pandora beckons, Vault Hunters! Borderlands 2 VR warps you back to the loot-driven, cooperative shooter to relive the insane journey to stop the murderous Handsome Jack.
Developed by Gearbox Software, this new version of the irresistibly over-the-top shooter amps up the experience with PlayStation VR. In addition to the bazillion wacky guns at your disposal, Borderlands 2 VR injects a new slow-mo ability that lets you slow time and deal destruction to the creatures of Pandora at your own pace.
Each game’s Collector’s Edition will include a special item that ties into the game. Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy will include a decorative metal Orb, a USB drive shaped like a memory card, trading card pack, exclusive poster, and a CD soundtrack.
The wasteland of Rage 2 is your playground – your very bloody playground – and in a world where there are no rules, insanity rules. Go anywhere, shoot anything, explode everything. Rage 2 will be available on PlayStation 4 – May 14, 2019. Get a fresh look at the chaotic and crazy world in the latest trailer.
Since the day we released Abzû, the team at Giant Squid and I have been focused on creating a new adventure. The Pathless is rooted in our signature artistic and atmospheric style, but adds some new excitement to the mix. I’m thrilled to finally be able to share some details about it with you!
Hello there, I’m Jesse Houston, CEO and co-founder of Phoenix Labs. I’m excited to announce that Dauntless, our free-to-play Action RPG currently in Open Beta on PC, is coming to PlayStation 4 in April, 2019! Dauntless is the first game from our team, and we can’t wait to introduce it to the PlayStation faithful. Shortly following launch, we’ll have some special in-game goodies for PlayStation Plus subscribers, including an exclusive pack containing cosmetics, potions, and more. We created a new trailer to herald our launch announcement made during The Game Awards, which you can watch above.
I got my first job in the game industry in 1999 which is right around the time Crash Team Racing originally launched. I was a huge fan of the Crash Bandicoot series at the time, so you can imagine my excitement when I heard a brand-new kart racing game starring Crash was coming out! I remember how smart I thought it was to introduce an adventure mode in a racing game. There was nothing like it at the time. The amount of time I spent playing that game! The countless hours I spent competing against my girlfriend at the time who had also started in the game industry. It was nothing short of my favorite game!
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