Sony has announced a dozen upcoming indie titles for the PlayStation 4 and the PS Vita, among them being the relatively well-known side-scroller Nidhogg, as well as a variety of other games. Each developer introduced their title on the PlayStation Blog today, and we've a couple videos for you after the jump.
One of the most anticipated sports games to launch each year is the new entry in the EA Sports Madden NFL franchise. The next entry on the franchise will be Madden NFL 15 and EA Sports has announced that August 26 is the launch date. Madden NFL is often one of the biggest sports games launched each year, and this year will be no different.
The anticipated PlayStation 4 version 1.70 update will be arriving tomorrow, and with it will come the SHAREfactory video editor we previously detailed, among other features. Also rolling out tomorrow will be the version 3.15 PS Vita update and the PlayStation App version 1.70 update.
If you’re a fan of the recently revealed ninja-esque game THIEF, you’re aware that we’re in an age of "choose your own" gameplay. You can make a game your own, and developers encourage this with bonuses and tags in either fashion. With the newer - not yet released - game Wolfenstein (2014), you’ll find at least two kinds of gameplay going on.
Some details on the Square Enix Final Fantasy 15 game have been tipped today. The PS4 and Xbox One product descriptions have been updated with new details on the game. Both of those product descriptions talk about a new combat mechanic and offer some of the play details for the new game. One of the big details about the game is that combat has evolved compared to previous entries in the franchise.
Watch Dogs is a game which exists as both a single-player and uniquely multiplayer entity. Because of the way multiplayer comes into play on this game, the multiplayer trend popular in many other online games - character customization - is akin to dressing up a ninja in reflective orange and chrome. Chatting with Ubisoft earlier this month we had the opportunity to ask Watch Dogs Lead Gameplay Designer Danny Belanger to what extent customization plays a role in this title both online and off.
This week the team behind the next-generation Mad Max game have made clear their intent on bringing real-deal custom vehicles to the gaming universe. This isn’t Twisted Metal anymore - it’s not a cartoon. Instead you’ll see "West Coast Customs" popping up several times throughout this pseudo-gameplay trailer.