Hi everyone! Spring Fever may be winding down, but week seven is coming in hot with Titan Souls from Acid Nerve and Devolver Digital. Set in a 2D fantasy world, the challenging top-down action-adventure game makes its console debut today on PS4 and PS Vita – oh, and it’s Cross-Buy! PS Plus members who purchase Titan Souls now through Monday, April 20 will receive a 10 percent launch-week discount.
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.
A year and three months ago, our team collaborated for the first time to take part in the Ludum Dare game jam that led to the Titan Souls prototype. Before the theme was announced, we sat and thought of different ways we could attempt to make a Shadow of the Colossus-inspired boss rush game in three days — an over-ambitious idea for a game jam, but that’s pretty much how we started.
The Devolver Digital team is packing our best suits, most expensive hair gel, and the best PlayStation games ever in preparation for this year’s inaugural PlayStation Experience in Las Vegas! We can’t wait to share all the amazing games our beloved developers have been working on and hang out with the PlayStation community.
Armed with a single, indestructible arrow, Titan Souls on PS4 and PS Vita drops you into the midst of a desolate world you have no knowledge of. Exploration will soon reveal the hiding places of the Titans that reside here, and it’s your job to take them down.
The Devolver Digital team and the wonderful developers we work with are thrilled to announce an incredible roster of games coming to PlayStation platforms this year and next! This partnership is the result of incredible enthusiasm and excitement across the board from the folks at PlayStation and a great deal of support for the games and the developers behind them.
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