That previously announced Space Channel 5 VR game is headed to the PlayStation 4 in Japan. No word yet on a release date. [Correction 10:07 AM— This post originally read ‘PlayStation 5.’ This was, alas, a typo.]
Falcon Age, coming to PS4 (and PS VR) next year, is all about falcon-hunting. And yes, you can pet the bird.
This week Star Trek: Bridge Crew got a big expansion called The Next Generation DLC. As a diehard TNG fan, I love it. The base game did a good job simulating the duties associated with serving on a starship in the Trek universe, and The Next Generation DLC adds a few improvements.
Giant robots and snow-covered landscapes are great science fiction, and we’re getting both of those in this week’s jam-packed lineup of games.
Spring is here, the perfect time to come out of that backlog hibernation and play some new video games. Here are the biggest ones coming out this season.
We spent a minute playing games last week, but this week we’ve got some new JRPGs to explore, VR experiences to stumble through, and sacrifices to make. Also, Owlboy.
As of tomorrow, the starter PlayStation VR PlayStation Camera Bundle will be $299, which is a hundred dollars less than the original $399 retail price.
This week we’ve got Far Cry 5’s cult-fighting open world coming to lots of platforms and Outlast 2 being ported to the Switch. There’s other stuff, too.
Moss is a PlayStation VR game that takes you on a journey through a whimsical fairytale world in which you control Quill, an adorable mouse. She’s equipped with a sword and shield, but she needs the player, who acts as a hooded guide called a “reader,” to help her unravel the mysteries of a mysterious glowing glass…
Mouse VR game Moss (a genre we never knew we needed but have lived too long without) will be out February 27 for PSVR. Here’s an adorable trailer.
Virtual reality just lost another big exclusive. Ubisoft’s cross-platform starship simulator Star Trek Bridge Crew, one of my favorite games of the year, has been patched to be playable without VR. That’s great news for Star Trek fans without virtual reality headsets, not-so-great news for VR in general.
Action RPGs like Fallout 4 and Skyrim have gotten VR versions, as has Doom, but The Last Guardian demo offers a completely different sandbox in which to test the technology. No guns or dragons, just some kid playing in some ruins with some really funky looking bird-dog-cat. It’s also free. If you have a PS VR headset…
Today, PSVR game Fate/Grand Order VR feat. Mashu Kyrielight was released in Japan. It already has a VR porn parody, and the side-by-side comparisons are unexpectedly accurate. Well, save for the sex parts. Those aren’t in the PlayStation VR game.
Colorful and quirky PS4 puzzle box game Gnog is now available on iOS. The game works well on touchscreen devices, using taps and swipes to open hatches, flip switches and generally poke about in order to solve a series of clever mechanical puzzles. Check out our PS4 impressions for more on Ko-op Mode’s charming little…
When I think about fishing, I think about relaxation: chilling out somewhere beautiful in the sun, watching the shimmering water, waiting for fish to bite. Admittedly all of my real-life fishing experiences took place in the rain-drenched Highlands of Scotland and were absolutely horrendous, but video games are about…
Skyrim released today on Playstation VR. The VR version manages to capture the game’s scale and beauty in astounding new ways, but you might need to equip a barf bag alongside your ancient nordic axe.
Blood & Truth is an upcoming James Bond-style PlayStation VR shooter announced today at Paris Games Week. The player is Ryan Marks, a Special Forces soldier who lives in modern London and hunts criminals in the dark gangster underworld. No release date has been announced.
Rayark’s hit music game Deemo is getting reborn on the PlayStation 4. Tentatively titled Deemo Reborn, the new rhythm action game reimagines the original in full 3D, complete with VR support. There’s no release date info yet, but there is a teaser trailer.
In a move that surprise no one, curvy ninja spin-off game Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash now has PlayStation VR support thanks to today’s patch.
Starting today, Andrew House is no longer the President and Chief Executive Officer of Sony Interactive Entertainment. He is being replaced by Deputy President John Kodera.