All upcoming PlayStation 4 launches in for May 2017
After the post-fiscal year madness of April 2017, the PlayStation 4 release date slate for May 2017 is much quieter. That's not to say there are an absence of games to pad the time prior to E3 2017, though, with some fairly big titles like Prey, Injustice 2, and RiME due out. In the PlayStation VR...
Upcoming PlayStation 4 releases in April 2017
With the ordinarily slow month of April representing a brand new fiscal year, you may be forgiven for thinking that the PlayStation 4's purple patch may be coming to an end. But as our April 2017 PS4 games release dates guide shows, there's lots to look forward to over the Easter period and beyond. The...
After a particularly painful wait, the Spotify application has put in a surprise appearance on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 today. One of its niftiest features on Sony's next-gen hardware, however, is its ability to enable audio playback – while you're playing games. Most games manually adjust to this feature – with the...
Why buy a console but no games?
The PlayStation Vita Japanese launch sales figures analysis continues with word from Media Create that not everyone who bought a Vita actually bought a game to go with it. Media Create's data states the Vita's launch games combined for a total of 300,000 units sold during the launch weekend. Considering Sony sold...
We already knew PS Vita would be supported with such interesting third-party offerings as Lumines: Electronic Symphony, Touch My Katamari and Army Corps of Hell, but we had no idea the handheld would house such mystifying titles as Dragon's Racing and Putty Squad. Below you'll find the full list of third-party offerings currently in...
Ready and waiting
Sony has just revealed the complete list of first-party games launching on PS Vita across Europe on February 22nd of next year. The list includes games like Uncharted: Golden Abyss, WipEout 2048 and Escape Plan, as well as the two new PS Vita games just announced. Browse the full list below, and be sure to
Lords of Customization
Square Enix's upcoming PS Vita RPG Lords of Apocalypse will offer up lots of character customization options for players, allowing them to mix and match their outfits, weaponry and appearance. In the video below, Square Enix gives us a taste of some of the over the top equipment characters can don, like riot gear, divine armor...
Army Corps of Hell, Square Enix's PS Vita game that blends Pikmin-like gameplay with pure death metal, has just been confirmed for a 2012 release in Europe. The game has players controlling "goblin soldiers" that come in a variety of classes, each with unique abilities and powers. Players use the Vita's touch controls to...
Ubi gets sporty
Ubisoft released MotionSports on Kinect to almost universal apathy last year, so the rumour that the publisher is preparing a Move-enabled sequel might not fill you with excitement. UK retailer Gamesbasement has listed Motion Sports Adrenaline from Ubisoft, with no information other than an expectd £39.99 price tag. The...
Put on your red shoes
It's a wonder there haven't been more dedicated dance games on Move considering the proliferation of the genre on other consoles, but that under-developed genre is about to get one more entry in the form of Let's Dance, as leaked by Play.com. The game's product page reveals absolutely nothing about the game, other than its...
Truly start the party with demos and games in one
You won't be able to escape Move demos at launch: available in the Starter Pack, free to download from PlayStation Network and now confirmed as shipping on the Blu-Ray discs of certain launch titles. Put Start the Party or Kung Fu Rider into your PS3 and hop over to the What's New menu, where you'll...
Quantic Dream boss emphasises importance of AAA games
Quantic Dream's Heavy Rain is undoubtedly one of the Move's AAA titles over the launch period, with the studio having devoted a huge amount of its workforce to the development of a free Move-enabling patch and bonus video content too. Studio founder recently David Cage spoke to GamesIndustry.biz...
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