It's an odd, odd world
It's hard to know where to begin with Oddworld: Soulstorm. The series has definitely had its ups and downs, but it's always felt like part of PlayStation's flavour, so it's nice to have it back after so many years. It's a reimagining of Abe's Exoddus, a sequel to New 'n' Tasty, and in some ways it's one of the better entries...
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Oddworld: Soulstorm launched earlier this year on PlayStation 5 and PS4, much to the delight of its loyal fans. While in some ways it was a solid step forward for the classic series, the game launched with more than its fair share of issues. Poor enemy AI, progression-blocking bugs, and all kinds of other...
For both PS5 and PS4
You won't have to pay a penny to play Oddworld: Soulstorm on PlayStation 5 next month if you're a PS Plus subscriber, but we know there's some amongst you still committed to a completely physical collection. Good news for that slowly dying community then because the latest title from developer Microids will receive a physical...
Sony squeezes title into another State of Play
Good news, readers: Oddworld: Soulstorm will be made available for free to PlayStation Plus subscribers on the PlayStation 5 when it releases on 6th April. Even better news: the game is launching in little over a month, so surely Sony can’t squeeze it into yet another livestream. It’s felt like...
Good news, Abe fans — Oddworld: Soulstorm just got a brand new PS5 gameplay trailer. The new footage is looking good, and features some classic Abe gameplay. Of course, the visuals are better than ever, especially in cutscenes. Over on the PlayStation Blog, creative director Lorne Lanning goes into some extra details about the game. He...
A brand new, rather brief trailer for Oddworld: Soulstorm just hit the 'net, and it's looking interesting. A current-gen remake of beloved PSone title Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus, this is first time that we've seen gameplay. Admittedly there's not much of it, but it's just enough to whet our appetite for the kind of strangeness that only the...
Taking up where New ‘N’ Tasty ended, embark on the second chapter of Abe’s heroic journey.
Set directly after the events of 2014's Oddworld: New ‘N’ Tasty, Oddworld: Soulstorm is the second game in Abe’s heroic new epic.
Abe has now undergone a transformation - from a clueless Mudokon cog about to be chewed up by the Glukkons’ mega-corporate machines into an unlikely hero who rises to become a beacon of hope.