Crime scene investigation
So far, Sony’s new PlayLink initiative hasn’t amounted to anything more than a decent selection of casual party games. Both Knowledge Is Power and That’s You follow the Jackbox Party Pack formula of wrapping up trivia questions within a fun and humorous setting, while SingStar: Celebration allows editor Sammy Barker...
Republished on Wednesday 25th October 2017: We're bringing this preview back from the archives following the release of Hidden Agenda in North America. The original text follows. The next game from developer Supermassive Games is a lot like Until Dawn at first blush: it has unnervingly lifelike virtual characters, branching plot...
Hidden Agenda is a narrative-based game with branching paths similar to Until Dawn, but it has a twist: local multiplayer. As part of Sony’s PlayLink line, the game sees you using smartphones to control the story with up to six players, with tactical voting and disagreements all playing a part in which direction the plot goes. In...
Until Dawn dev's latest pushed back
Supermassive Games’ party-based crime drama Hidden Agenda has been pushed back until 22nd November in Europe, as has trivia title Knowledge Is Power and karaoke sim SingStar Celebration. The delay appears to be down to localisation issues, but it’s come extremely close to release – all three titles were due...
Can you catch The Trapper?
Another announcement that Sony bizarrely buried into its E3 2017 pre-show yesterday was Hidden Agenda, a crime thriller from the creators of Until Dawn. Much like free PlayStation Plus title That’s You, this game is built around the platform holder’s new PlayLink initiative – which enables multiple people to...
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