It’s hard to capture the whole PSX weekend at a glance, which is why we’ve built this growing list of games that made an appearance in Anaheim, California this weekend or made new announcements. We’ll be adding to it throughout the day, so come back for more details on some of the best and brightest in the industry.
Hello there! I’m Nicolae Berbece, one of the developers of Move or Die, a fast-paced, addictive, friendship-ruining multiplayer party game coming next year to PlayStation 4 with a simple premise: you move, or you die!
So, you’re probably asking yourself, “That’s all you do in the game?” Well, it gets a little more complex.
Hey everyone! Matt Thorson here, lead developer of TowerFall Ascension. TowerFall has found an amazing community of players on PS4, so we’re super excited to show you our next project. Allow me to introduce Celeste, a single-player platformer about climbing a mountain!
There it is! Only one more shot and I have him… Nooo his teammate hit me with a stun! Now I have to flee in order to survive! But, happy ending, I led him through a field of mines I had prepared for just this purpose a minute before. Victory is mine!
Hi, PlayStation Nation! First, I want to say thank you for all of the support and encouragement you have given Fallen Legion. We brought our high-speed action RPG to PlayStation Experience almost one year ago and the crowd was wonderful. The number one request we received was to bring the game to PlayStation Vita. Hearing from many passionate PS Vita fans in person and on social media fired us up to make it happen.
Hey there! Lee from Defiant Development here, ready to give you the low-down on what we’ve been doing with Hand of Fate 2 lately.
Dino Frontier lets you build and manage a frontier settlement in a world where the Wild West and Jurassic eras collide. You assume the role of Big Mayor overlooking your settlement in tabletop-scale VR. You must carefully balance resources while growing your town. All the while, wild dinosaurs roam the land acting as both dangerous foe and tantalizing asset.
When we first revealed Pyre earlier this year, we got a great response to the game’s mystical purgatory setting, and its distinct blend of party-based RPG exploration and competitive action. We showed you a glimpse of the game’s ensemble cast, and the ancient competition called the Rites, in which exiles battle to regain their freedom. Through it all, one exciting question kept coming up again and again: is Pyre going to have multiplayer?
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