Released on the Xbox One last year, Raiden V has been announced for PS4 and Steam as Raiden V: Director’s Cut. It will be released this year in North America, Europe, Japan, and elsewhere in Asia.
Speaking of small worlds, June 23 marks the return of the tiniest toy cars in Micro Machines World Series. It’s miniature racing with an incredibly healthy heaping of Hasbro product placement. How much can you spot in the latest trailer?
When PlayStation Korea uploaded the Persona 5 title sequence for the game’s upcoming release in the country, fans noticed something: Ryuji Sakamoto’s shoes.
As we’ve discussed, Steam’s implementation of third-party curation has been a bit of a mess. So it’ll be interesting to see how Sony fares now that they’re trying something similar.
Players in Ubisoft’s third-person shooter The Division will no longer be able to camp near a certain spawn point and easily shoot down other players. That’s thanks to a new patch that removes the so-called “Coward’s Corner” just over a year after the camping spot began pissing people off.
Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arise, the expanded version of Dragon’s Dogma, is getting new ports. A higher res version is coming to PS4 and Xbox One as well as releasing once again on PC.
Sawaki Takeyasu, the director and artist behind El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron, is working on a new title called The Lost Child.
What makes a good virtual reality first-person shooter? Give me a analog stick to move my feet and a giant plastic PlayStation Aim gun to steer me by. The hordes of alien spiders are optional. Seriously, stop it with the spiders, Farpoint.
Spring has arrived, and with it, a new slew of big releases. Here’s what to look out for from now until summer.
Star Ocean: Til the End of Time arrives on North American PS4 on May 23. It’s the same game as the 2004 original, only the jaggies have been cleaned up through the PS4's HD emulator and it’s got trophy support. It’ll be available to download via the PlayStation Store for $20.99.
The fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us gave us a world torn apart by conflict between between two of comics’ greatest heroes. Now brutal murderer Superman and “I don’t want to fight you” Batman are back, joining forces against the most diabolical foe the DC Universe has ever faced—loot boxes.
Traditional rhythm games give players a series of set songs to tap along to. In Project Rap Rabbit, the newly-announced collaboration between Parappa the Rapper’s Masaya Matsuura and Gitaroo Man’s Keiichi Yano, players participate in rap battles powered by RPG-style dialogue trees.
Surviving Mars is a strategy game coming to the PC, Xbox One and PS4 courtesy of Paradox, the publishers of games like Crusader Kings and Hearts of Iron. It’s all about building cities from Mars, and trying to avoid getting everyone inside them killed in the process.
Here we are, hanging onto strains of greed and blues. Break the chain then we break down. Oh it’s not real if you don’t feel it. Unspoken expectations, ideals you used to play with—they’ve finally taken shape for us.
NBA Playgrounds’ trailer—indeed, its entire existence—is a throwback to arcade sports games like NBA Jam and NBA Street. The kind of experiences where you don’t even need to be a fan of the sport in question to be able to jump on, learn a few moves and have a good time.
We expected the improved photo mode to be the best thing about PS4 hit Horizon Zero Dawn’s new 1.13 patch. It is.
Ghost Games says there’ll be a new Need for Speed game before 2017 ends, and it’ll be playable offline, addressing one of the major issues fans had with the 2015 reboot. It’ll have an open world, cops to flee and plenty of car customization. Look for more details at the EA Play event in June.
For the first time in the long-running series, Dynasty Warriors will be an open world game.
I finished Persona 5 a few weeks ago and, unable to get my magical high school friends out of my head, decided I’d jump back in and give its New Game Plus mode a try. It’s not something I normally do with games, but I’m sure glad I did it here.