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  • Paul George + PlayStation: Introducing the PG-2 PlayStation Colorway January 20, 2018
    If you know me, you know my game never stops. Whether I'm at home or on the road, I'm always playing on my PS4, which is why I'm excited to announce my official collaboration between Nike Basketball and PlayStation with the PG-2 "PlayStation" colorway.
    Paul George
  • The Drop: New PlayStation Games for 1/23/2018 January 19, 2018
    A sprawling world! Towering monsters! Ferocious weapons! Delicious food! The beloved action RPG returns with Monster Hunter: World, launching January 26 on PS4.
    Ryan Clements
  • Switchblade Announced for PS4, Closed Beta Begins January 22 January 19, 2018
    Switchblade is an intense high octane action combat game with an ever shifting array of strategic choices as the battle unfolds. Switch seamlessly between different heavily armed vehicles on the battlefield to create endless tactical choices. The closed beta opens to players on January 22nd and will only be available for a short period of […]
    Nareice Wint
  • PlayStation Blogcast 277: Sneak Attack! January 19, 2018
    Join us as we think back on our favorite stealth games, Ryan continues his campaign to make everyone play Warframe, Kristen reacts to finishing Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds and her first playthrough of Undertale, and we all prepare for the avalanche of sweet, sweet new games launching next week.
    Justin Massongill
  • 5 Tips to Survive the Metal Gear Survive Beta January 17, 2018
    From January 18 to 22, you and three friends will be able to get your first taste of Metal Gear Survive as beta kicks off. Your objective? Work together to defend a Wormhole Digger from waves of enemies. Oh, and you’ll need to keep each other alive too! Do this well, and you’ll be rewarded […]
    Asim Tanvir
  • Shadow of the Colossus: Photo Mode Revealed January 16, 2018
    Shadow of the Colossus has long been admired for its breathtaking landscapes and amazing vistas, not to mention the colossi themselves. As we rebuilt the visuals for the game from the ground up (literally), one of the things we decided we had to include was a Photo Mode. We found ourselves spending more and more […]
    Mark Skelton
  • Tips for Traversing an Inside-Out Universe in InnerSpace, Out Today on PS4 January 16, 2018
    Hello from the PolyKnight team! Our first game, InnerSpace, is out today at PlayStation Store, and we have to say, this is a very different kind of flying game. InnerSpace takes place in the Inverse, a universe of inside-out-planets where gravity pulls outward instead of in. This dying realm is home to ancient structures of […]
    Eric Brodie
  • Two New Ways to Get PS4 Pro January 16, 2018
    Monster Hunter: World is the biggest game yet in the beloved series, and we’re ready to celebrate with an amazing new Limited Edition PS4 Pro Bundle available for $449.99 USD (MSRP) exclusively at GameStop on January 26. The Limited Edition Monster Hunter: World PS4 Pro bundle will allow you to seek and slay ferocious beasts […]
    Mary Yee
  • Iconoclasts Launches January 23 on PS4, PS Vita January 15, 2018
    Iconoclasts is less than two weeks away, arriving January 23, 2018! It will be available at PlayStation Store for both PS4 and PS Vita, with crossbuy! You play as an optimistic young mechanic named Robin, following her through a life of wanting to help those that remain in her life, using mechanical services she is […]
    Joakim Sandberg
  • Sign Up for the Next PS4 System Software Update Beta January 15, 2018
    We’re getting ready for the next major system update for PS4, and can use some help from PS4 owners to test it out ahead of launch. Starting today, you can sign up for a chance to be a beta tester and get an advance look at some of the improvements and new features coming to […]
    Brian Dunn

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  • Xbox Insider Community Spotlight: The Wee Bear January 22, 2018
    Welcome to our first Xbox Insider Community Spotlight! Here we feature prominent Xbox Insiders from the Xbox Insider Community. This month we’re delighted to introduce The Wee Bear, who holds the title of current Xbox Insider XP champion! We reached out to The Wee Bear who was kind enough to answer a few questions about […]
  • Prepare to Get Started in Robocraft Infinity, Coming Soon to Xbox One and Windows 10 January 22, 2018
    Hello! Noddydog here to give you some getting started tips in Robocraft Infinity Enhanced Edition, coming soon to Xbox One and Windows 10. If you’ve never heard of us before, Robocraft Infinity allows you to build robots block-by-block and face off against other players in their own custom build robots in multiplayer deathmatch and battle arena. In Robocraft […]
  • Flood Escape 2 and Swordburst 2 Come to Roblox on Xbox One January 22, 2018
    Today we’re excited to announce that the highly-anticipated sequels to Flood Escape and Swordburst Online are making their debut on Roblox for the first time on Xbox One! Flood Escape 2, created by indie developer Crazyblox, is all about carefully navigating a series of intricately-designed labyrinths in an attempt to survive a slew of rising […]
  • Next Week on Xbox: New Games for January 22 – 28 January 20, 2018
    Welcome to Next Week on Xbox where we bring you the latest details on upcoming games coming soon to Xbox One! This coming week we’ll get the epic fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ, hunt ferocious monsters in Monster Hunter: World, and return to ancient Egypt in the first downloadable adventure for Assassin’s Creed Origins with The […]
  • This Week on Xbox: January 19, 2018 January 19, 2018
    We know you’re busy and might miss out on all the exciting things we’re talking about on Xbox Wire every week. If you’ve got a few minutes, we can help remedy that. We’ve pared down the past week’s news into one easy-to-digest article for all things Xbox! Or, if you’d rather watch than read, you […]
  • New Preview Alpha System Update – 1/19/18 January 19, 2018
    Starting at 2 p.m. PT today, members of the Xbox One Preview Update Alpha ring will begin receiving the latest Xbox One system update (1802.180116-1916). This update includes brand new features, such as expanded inactivity shutdown options and the “Do not disturb” option. Read on to learn more about these features (and features introduced last […]
  • The Road to Victory in World of Tanks: TankBowl 2018 January 19, 2018
    TankBowl has returned to World of Tanks for 2018! This clash of titans pits two mighty nations against each other, with tank commanders siding with either the USA or the USSR, and duking it out for honor, glory, and prizes. We know that going headlong into a battleground can be daunting, even when you’re backed […]
  • The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is Available Now on Xbox One January 19, 2018
    The first thing you see when you start The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is a black screen with only this message in the center: “This game is a narrative experience that does not hold your hand.” Pretty harsh, isn’t it? We always wanted to make a game about the excitement of discovery. The problem is, […]
  • Stay: a Story of Abduction, Loneliness, and Friendship Coming Soon to Xbox One January 19, 2018
    It gives me great pleasure to be able to reveal our first ever Xbox One title: Stay. It’s a branching adventure game in which you play as yourself, but you happen to have found your way into an internet chatroom populated with one other person: Quinn. Stay takes place in real-time, so every second you […]
  • Neo Geo Coin-Op Retro Classics Available Now on Xbox One January 19, 2018
    If you’re like me, you may have never owned one of the consoles but fondly remember gathering all available quarters to feed into the local convenience store’s Neo Geo arcade cabinet with cult games like the 2D fighting series classic King of Fighters, the never-ending and still challenging run-n-gun series Metal Slug, or the side-scrolling […]

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  • How Gorogoa is a game about fitting things together January 22, 2018
    This is The Mechanic, where Alex Wiltshire invites developers to discuss the difficult journeys they underwent to make the best bits of their games. This time, Gorogoa [official site]. Gorogoa is a game about fitting things together. Fitting a detail in one image with a detail in another and see how it produces something new. […]
  • The lessons Of Fable and what we want from a sequel January 22, 2018
    According to the rumour-mills, we may be due another Fable in the world of Albion. A Fable 4, if you will. It’s easy to shrug that off as no big deal. Fable is arguably the series most talked about for what it doesn’t do rather than what it pulls off, not helped by the PT […]
  • Descenders rides into early access on February 9th January 22, 2018
    Downhill mountain biking sounds like a lark. What could be more pleasant than gliding down scenic valleys and weaving between the pines… at about 80kmh? Ah, yeah, I’d forgotten that bit. Downhill mountain biking sounds awful. Google tells me that’s the top speed for real world bikers, but the ones in Descenders seem to eclipse […]
  • Have You Played… Grand Theft Auto Online? January 22, 2018
    Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. My friends and I have three matching tattoos. One for each heist we pulled. The shooting, driving, rocket-launching and knife-criming sandbox of Grand Theft Auto Online is a jolly lark. But even the four player co-op […]
  • Flight Sim World leaves early access but work continues January 22, 2018
    Dovetail Games have officially cleared Flight Sim World to depart from Early Access International on a red-eye flight to full release, though you might want to hold off if you prefer your planes (games) with all their wings (features). The flight sim, which is built upon the licensed technoguts of Microsoft Flight Simulator X, officially […]
  • Wot I Think: The Red Strings Club January 22, 2018
    The Red Strings Club is a narrative driven adventure game that explores transhumanism, AI and morality against a cyberpunk backdrop. If you asked me to choose three things that I like to talk and think about, there’s a good chance I’d pick out those three – so Deconstruteam would have been hard pressed to not […]
  • Subnautica devs want to add Arctic biome after release January 22, 2018
    Subnautica, the underwater survival game about being a space castaway, is crawling out of its early access shell and into a shinier full release shell tomorrow. It’s been in development for four years and it is “pretty close to done”, says Charlie Cleveland, director of Unknown Worlds Entertainment. But there are plans for post-release additions, […]
  • Have a read of Meanwhile: An Interactive Comic Book January 22, 2018
    I’m a sucker for time travel shenanigans, which is good because Meanwhile: An Interactive Comic Book by Jason Shiga is packed with them. Meanwhile originally came out in traditional paper form back in 2010, and iOS in 2012, but last week it made itself at home on PC. It’s a choose your own adventure type […]
  • This driving horror game still looks wonderfully awful January 22, 2018
    I was reminded this morning of Driving Survival, the upcoming driving horror game where our car careens through sodium-orange murk pursued by murderous drivers. The bits we’ve seen before made me so uneasy that, naturally, I went looking for more. Turns out creator Ondřej Švadlena has shared a few more video clips since we last […]
  • Steam Charts: There Is Hope Edition January 22, 2018
    Well sound the klaxons, unfurl the flags, hoist your main-braces and petards whatever they may be, 2018 is proving far more interesting for charting Steam games. Of course we can’t escape the three usual suspects, but beyond those this is quite the collection of interesting, independent, and novel games.
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PlayStation Blogcast 276: You’re a Wizard, Harry

Subscribe via iTunes, Spotify, Google or RSS, or download here On today’s show, we speak to the two-man team behind the upcoming Wizard of Legend, a gorgeous spell-slinging adventure coming to PS4. Enjoy the show! Stuff We Talked About Wizard of Legend Interview Game of the Year 2017 Winners PS Store’s 2017 Top Download Charts […]

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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for 1/16/2018

Rise up with the latest entry in the iconic fighting franchise. Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition arrives next week on disc, and as a free update for the original game. Built atop the exhilarating framework of Street Fighter V, Arcade Edition includes the base content from the original version alongside arcade mode, Character Pass 1 […]

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Masters of the Remaster: Inside Bluepoint Games

Bluepoint Games is a studio known for their consistently excellent results in the realm of remastering, refurbishing, and remaking classic games. So, you’d expect their headquarters to be bit flashier than the outwardly unremarkable building they share in Austin, Texas. Their unassuming workspace doubles as an analogy for the studio itself: a group more passionate […]

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Game of the Year 2017: The Winners, As Voted By You

We asked you to vote, and you showed up! 2017’s Game of the Year polls saw an astounding 1.6 million votes across all categories, with over 150k votes in the “Best PS4 Game” category alone. Thank you! There is definitely a clear winner this year — Guerrilla’s Horizon Zero Dawn stole the show, securing the […]

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Celeste Launches on PS4 January 25

Hey there PlayStation pals. It’s been a long while since I’ve had the pleasure of penning a PS Blog post – the last was when we launched TowerFall Ascension on PS Vita. Well, we’re finally back with a brand new game. Celeste is a single-player, narrative-driven platformer about climbing a mountain, and it’s launching on […]

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5 Things to Try in Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition, Out Jan. 16 on PS4

Almost two years ago, Street Fighter V arrived on PS4, kicking off a new era of the legendary fighting game series. Two seasons of characters and two Capcom Cups later, Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition is on the horizon, bringing highly anticipated modes and fan-favorite characters to welcome in 2018! As we anxiously await the […]

Dark Souls: Remastered Comes to PS4 May 25

Hello everyone, this is Kasumi Yogi from Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc., and we are excited to light the bonfire once again with Dark Souls: Remastered. What does Dark Souls: Remastered bring to the table for long-time fans of the critically-acclaimed action role-playing game series? You can return to Lordran to re-experience the original Dark […]

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Strikers Edge is Top-Down Pixel-Art Dodgeball With Medieval Weaponry

Strikers Edge was originally born from a “game development marathon” hosted at the Lisbon Global Game Jam back in 2014. It was raw, unpolished and ugly, but the main mechanic was there: shooting weapons at each other to take down your opponent. We saw its potential at the very beginning; it felt unique and easy […]

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Kerbal Space Program Enhanced Edition Launches January 16 on PS4

It’s an exciting time at Squad’s Mission Control facility as we are getting ready to launch Kerbal Space Program Enhanced Edition on PS4 on January 16. We’ve partnered with the talented and experienced team at BlitWorks to develop this new PS4 version from the ground up that includes a bunch of enhancements for performance, user […]

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