Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories News
And dress up as Santa
Huh, Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories is shaping up to be a far deeper PlayStation 4 game than we first thought. As its latest trailer demonstrates, you'll be able to control the protagonist's decisions by selecting choices from a drop-down menu when the opportunity presents itself. Whether this actually has an impact on the...
Long-in-development natural disaster sim Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories will reminisce this spring when it launches on the PlayStation 4 in North America and Europe from 7th April. “A calm summer day turns into catastrophe when a massive earthquake strikes your city, throwing buildings and lives into chaos,” the synopsis...
PlayStation VR support included
After initially launching in Japan in October 2018, Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories will finally make its way west via a localised port on PS4, courtesy of NIS America. It's set to release in early 2020, so check out the announcement trailer above to build up some hype. The Disaster Report series is known for its...
Tears in the rain
Well this is bloomin’ melancholy, isn’t it? The new Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories trailer, set to some sad piano-led crooning, shows people facepalming and staring at their shoes, as collapsed buildings pepper the backdrop. We’ve got something in our eye! After a long, long road to release – including a...
If you’ve been waiting to play Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories, then you’ve probably been waiting a long time. This game was originally set to release on the PlayStation 3 all the way back in 2011, but the Tōhoku earthquake meant that it was cancelled outright. The sur
Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories will wreak havoc next year in Japan, developer Granzella has announced. The survival action game will see you assume the role of an everyman (either male or female) who must survive the aftermath of an earthquake. You may remember this franchise on the PlayStation 2; Disaster Report 4 was...
You're a survivor
Disaster Report 4 was set to release on the PlayStation 3 all the way back in 2011. By all accounts, the Irem developed sequel was virtually finished, but following the devastating earthquake in Japan, the company decided to outright cancel the ga