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    Soulcalibur 6 Review

    After a six-year absence from the 3D fighting scene, Soulcalibur makes a triumphant return in its seventh entry in the main series. The next in Bandai Namco’s line of arcade fighting games keeps true to its unique brand of weapon-based combat while sprinkling in just the right amount of new mechanics. The combination not only sets it apart from its predecessors, but also keeps it competitive against all others in its genre. The story goes back to its roots, retelling the events of the original Soulcalibur, and provides two very different but equally worthwhile story modes that flesh out the tale of swords and souls in a way that’s more digestible than ever. Continue reading… View the full article
  2. If you’re anything like us, poor weather and the increasingly brief appearance of daylight are welcome excuse to settle in for an epic evening of gaming. And as the nights draw long and the Halloween season slowly creeps upon us, PlayStation Store has suggestions for how to turn your gaming delights into PS4 frights. Over a hundred of them, in fact, thanks to our new Halloween promotion, starting today and running until 2nd November 2018. Favour sci-fi horror? Try Prey, The Persistence or Alien: Isolation. Got a taste for the supernatural? Look to The Evil Within 2, Here They Lie or The Inpatient. Got an appetite for unholy destruction? Slice and dice in Dead Cells, slaughter demonic hordes in Doom or kick the undead in the face in Dying Light. See below for the full list of titles discounted in the promotion, then click through to PlayStation Store for regional pricing. 101 Ways to Die 2Dark ADVENTURE TIME: PIRATES OF THE ENCHIRIDION Agony Alien: Isolation Alien: Isolation – The Collection Alien Shooter Arizona Sunshine Bedlam: the game by Christopher Brookmyre Berserk and the Band of the Hawk BioShock: The Collection Blackwood Crossing Blood Bowl 2 Blood Bowl 2: Legendary Edition Bloodborne Bloodborne: Game of the Year Edition Bloody Zombies Call of Duty Black Ops III: Zombies Chronicles (add-on) Call of Duty: Black Ops III – Zombies Chronicles (game) Call of Duty: Black Ops III – Zombies Chronicles Deluxe Edition (game) Carmageddon: Max Damage Claire: Extended Cut DARK SOULS II: Scholar of the First Sin DARK SOULS III DARK SOULS III – Deluxe Edition DARK SOULS III – Season Pass DARK SOULS III : The Ringed City DARK SOULS III: Ashes of Ariandel Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition Darksiders: Fury’s Collection – War and Death DEAD AHEAD: ZOMBIE WARFARE DEAD AHEAD: ZOMBIE WARFARE – Circus Pack DEAD AHEAD: ZOMBIE WARFARE – SWAT Bundle DEAD AHEAD: ZOMBIE WARFARE -Epic Military Pack Dead Alliance Dead by Daylight : The SAW Chapter Dead by Daylight: A Nightmare on Elm Street Chapter Dead by Daylight: CURTAIN CALL Chapter Dead by Daylight: Leatherface Dead by Daylight: Shattered Bloodline Dead by Daylight: Special Edition Dead by Daylight: The HALLOWEEN Chapter Dead Island Definitive Collection Dead Island Definitive Edition Dead Island Retro Revenge Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition DEAD RISING DEAD RISING 2 DEAD RISING 2 Off The Record Dead Rising 4: Frank’s Big Package DEAD RISING Triple Bundle Pack Deadlight: Director’s Cut Deception IV: The Nightmare Princess Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition Devil May Cry HD Collection Devil May Cry HD Collection & 4SE Bundle DIVINITY ORIGINAL SIN – ENHANCED EDITION DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition DMC4SE Demon Hunter Bundle Doodle Devil Doodle Devil & Alien Shooter DOOM DOOM + Wolfenstein II Bundle DOOM VFR Dying Light Dying Light Season Pass Dying Light The Bozak Horde Dying Light Ultimate Survivor Bundle Dying Light: The Following Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition DYING: Reborn DYING: Reborn PSVR DYING: Reborn Ultimate Bundle Emily Wants to Play Emily Wants to Play Too End of Zoe Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture Fallout 4 Fallout 4 Season Pass Bundle Fallout 4: Automatron Fallout 4: Contraptions Workshop Fallout 4: Far Harbor Fallout 4: Nuka-World Fallout 4: Vault-Tec Workshop Fallout 4: Wasteland Workshop Furi Furi Definitive Edition Ghostbusters GOD EATER 2 Rage Burst God of War III Remastered Here They Lie Hidden Agenda HITMAN – Game of the Year Edition HITMAN – Game of the Year Edition Upgrade HITMAN – Game of the Year Edition Upgrade (D… Hotel Transylvania How to Survive 2 Killing Floor 2 Killing Floor: Incursion Late Shift Layers of Fear Layers of Fear: Inheritance Layers of Fear: Masterpiece Edition Life is Strange: Before the Storm Complete Seas… Life is Strange: Before the Storm Deluxe Edition Little Nightmares Little Nightmares Complete Edition Little Nightmares Original Soundtrack Little Nightmares Secrets of The Maw Expansion … Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time Metro 2033 Redux Metro Redux Metro: Last Light Redux Mortal Kombat X Mortal Kombat XL Murdered: Soul Suspect™ Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon OASIS GAMES SHOOTER VR BUNDLE observer_ Outlast Outlast 2 Outlast: Whistleblower Paranormal Activity: The Lost Soul Pixel Gear Plague Inc: Evolved Portal of Evil: Stolen Runes Prey Prey + Dishonored 2 Bundle Raid Mode: Throwback Map Pack Remothered: Tormented Fathers Resident Evil Resident Evil 0 Resident Evil 0 Complete Costume Pack Resident Evil 4 RESIDENT EVIL 5 Resident Evil 6 Resident Evil 7 Biohazard Resident Evil 7 Biohazard Gold Edition Resident Evil 7 Biohazard Season Pass Resident Evil 7 Biohazard: Banned Footage Vol.1 Resident Evil 7 Biohazard: Banned Footage Vol.2 Resident Evil Code: Veronica X Resident Evil Revelations Resident Evil Revelations 1 & 2 Bundle Resident Evil Revelations 2 – Season Pass Resident Evil Revelations 2 Deluxe Edition Resident Evil Triple Pack Resident Evil: Deluxe Origins Bundle Sherlock Holmes : The Devil’s Daughter Skyrim Special Edition + Fallout 4 G.O.T.Y. Bun… Slender: The Arrival SOMA Strange Brigade Strange Brigade Digital Deluxe The Escapists + The Escapists: The Walking Dead… The Escapists: The Walking Dead The Evil Within The Evil Within Season Pass The Evil Within 2 The Inpatient The Last of Us Remastered The Persistence The Raven Remastered Torment: Tides of Numenera Umbrella Corps Umbrella Corps Deluxe Edition Umbrella Corps Upgrade Pack Until Dawn: Rush of Blood Valley Weeping Doll What Remains of Edith Finch White Day: A Labyrinth Named School Wolfenstein: The New Order Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Digital D… XCOM 2 XCOM 2 Collection XCOM 2 Digital Deluxe XCOM 2 Ware of the Chosen The Exorcist: Legion VR – Complete Series Dead Cells The post Save on 100+ PS4 horror games in PlayStation Store’s Halloween discounts, starting today appeared first on PlayStation.Blog.Europe. View the full article
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    NBA 2K Playground 2 Review

    NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 does a solid job making 2v2 arcade basketball fun for the long haul. Expanding on its predecessor, this sequel – now under the NBA 2K umbrella – includes two new major modes that enhance both the solo and multiplayer experiences. While the core gameplay feels very similar to NBA Playgrounds, that’s mostly a good thing. Playgrounds 2 still lacks the depth of the defunct NBA Street series and the pure chaos of the also-dormant NBA Jam, but it has found its footing as a unique take on arcade basketball in its own right. On the single-player side of the equation, Playgrounds 2 features a season mode, which replaces the six tournaments seen in the original. This isn’t a full-fledged 82-game haul, however. Instead, each season consists of 14 regular season games and a best-of-three playoff format for the top eight teams from each conference. The truncated schedule works well here. You can finish an entire season in under a couple hours with the default game length of three minutes. It’s a refreshing change of pace from the long slog of sports sim seasons. It also gives you the option to play the season cooperatively with a friend via couch co-op or online. Of note, season mode has four difficulty levels, and the AI feels smarter in the sequel, especially when ratcheting up the difficulty. Continue reading… View the full article
  4. Jackbox Games may have accidentally created a fall tradition. Around pumpkin-spice season, the minds behind You Don’t Know Jack release a new bundle of party games. Most of those individual games are great. A few kind of stink. But one constant remains: If you want to have a great time with friends, firing up one of the Jackbox Party Packs is an easy way to do so. Jackbox Party Pack 5 keeps the fun rolling, with a mix of five eclectic group-oriented games. And only one of them kind of stinks! The marquee game is You Don’t Know Jack: Full Stream, a new installment in that well-known series. It’s basically the same trivia contest as before, but with new questions and a fun wrapper that pokes fun of streaming video services. As players answer questions on their handheld devices, phony shows from Binjpipe like “Too Much Dust” and “Oh Samantha” pop up in a list of recommendations. The tone is as snarky as ever, and new ways to sabotage your opponents (by obscuring their text, requiring a password input, and more) keep the gameplay fresh. My favorite game has to be Mad Verse City, which has you writing battle raps for giant robots. It’s a silly conceit, even for a Jackbox game, and I suspect it was largely driven by how fun it can be to hear text to speech saying weird stuff. Whatever its origins, I loved the combination of coming up with a word Mad-Libs style, seeing it fit into a stanza, and then completing the verse. As with most of these games, the content is as filthy as you want it to be. If you’re playing with old people or other boring folks, your boasts don’t have to be as scatological to be entertaining. When you’re among friends, all bets are off – resulting in some of the best tears-down-your-face laughs I’ve had in a while. Patently Stupid is unusual, since it includes a performance element. Players generate problems by filling in a blank (“I can’t sleep because of _____,” for example), and those problems are distributed to the group. From there, each player takes their new problem, comes up with a new product that solves it, and then adds a name and tagline. Afterward, everyone takes turns presenting their product, distributing tokens to the best ones. The presentations add a lot to the experience, and the simple PowerPoint-like slides allow for comedic moments, such as timing exactly when your killer tagline enters the frame. Split the Room is the most thoughtful game in the pack, even though it’s themed with a cartoon cat doing his best Rod Serling impersonation. Here, the goal is to create scenarios that best divide the group. While you can certainly go for cheap laughs, players who devise the trickiest “Would you rather” conundrums are likely to come out on top. Like most of the other games in the pack, this is a great fit for streaming; up to 10,000 viewers can enter your room code and participate by voting themselves, making for an even bigger room to split. I have to give Jackbox credit for trying something new with Zeeple Dome, but its co-op take on an Angry Birds experience is the weak spot in the collection. The pull-back controls work well, but there’s nothing particularly engaging about the action. If you’re looking for a way to clear the house party but don’t want to flick the lights on and off repeatedly, Zeeple Dome will get people yawning and looking for their coats in no time. Even with that clunker, Jackbox Party Pack 5 is another great bundle. Solo partiers won’t find much to do here (playing You Don’t Know Jack against A.I. is a heartbreaking thought experiment), but scrounge up a group and you’re good to go. View the full article
  5. Since we launched Marvel’s Spider-Man, we’ve been absolutely floored by the amazing response from everyone. Since then, one of the most common questions we have received is, “when can I get more content to play?” You’ll be happy to know that our first chapter of our Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps DLC Series, Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist, will release in one week on 23rd October. We’re thrilled to continue expanding our original Spider-Man universe with this first of three add-on chapters. As we have throughout the year for the base game, we worked with Marvel artists on some brand new art for Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist. This art illustrating Spider-Man and Black Cat, comes from famed Marvel illustrator and suit designer Adi Granov. As you play Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist, you’ll encounter the beginning of a new, interconnected story taking place over the three chapters of Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps. A robbery at an art museum entangles Spider-Man and MJ with an old flame from Peter Parker’s past, Felicia Hardy, aka Black Cat. Beyond new story missions, there’s a whole new faction of enemies, new crimes, new challenges, new trophies, and of course, three brand new suits. Here’s a first look at the three new suits. One we’d love to highlight is the Resilient Suit, by famed Marvel illustrator Gabriele Dell’Otto. We loved bringing original suits to the game, starting with our Advanced Suit, and continuing with Adi Granov’s Velocity Suit, and this is another great one. Additionally we have two more suits that fans of the comics will recognize, Spider-Man’s suit from Scarlet Spider II, and the Spider-UK suit from the Spider-Verse. Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist can be purchased on PlayStation Store. If you want to save money, you can order the entire Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps series, which will get you Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist, as well as the two additional chapters releasing later this year. Haven’t picked up Marvel’s Spider-Man yet? Check out the Digital Deluxe Edition – which gets you the full game, as well as all three chapters of Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps upon their respective individual release! Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist releases on 23rd October. In case you missed it, here’s another look at the teaser! We are also thrilled to announce the release of Update 1.07* tomorrow, 17th October, for Marvel’s Spider-Man owners around the world. While the team here has been working hard on the Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps DLC and its first chapter, Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist, we’ve also been working on free updates for the game that adds new features and fixes a few bug issues. Update 1.07 is one we’ve been working on for a while now, and adds New Game+ (NG+) as well as Ultimate Difficulty to the game. NG+ allows you to play the story and all activities in the open world again with all of your unlocked suits, skills, gadgets, mods, and benchmarks from the beginning. While playing NG+, you’ll be able to unlock those final items while cleaning up your trophy list! Speaking of that, we’re adding two new trophies as well – one for completing the game on Ultimate Difficulty, and the other for finishing a NG+ run! Additionally, many of you have requested the ability to rotate Stickers in Photo Mode, and we’re pleased to let you know that’s included, along with a few additional bug fixes, in Update 1.07. We’ve also tuned Friendly Difficulty based on your feedback to be more friendly. You can download the update for free tomorrow! We hope you enjoy NG+, and get a head-start on earning those new trophies ahead of Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist, coming next week! That’s all for now, be sure to keep an eye on the Insomniac Games twitter, Facebook and Instagram feeds for all the latest! *Update 1.07 requires internet connection. The post Marvel’s Spider-Man first DLC, The Heist releases next week appeared first on PlayStation.Blog.Europe. View the full article
  6. Since we launched Marvel’s Spider-Man, we’ve been absolutely floored by the amazing response from everyone. Since then, one of the most common questions we have received is, “when can I get more content to play?” You’ll be happy to know that our first chapter of our Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps DLC Series, Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist, will release in one week on October 23rd. We’re thrilled to continue expanding our original Spider-Man universe with this first of three add-on chapters. As we have throughout the year for the base game, we worked with Marvel artists on some brand new art for Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist. This art illustrating Spider-Man and Black Cat, comes from famed Marvel illustrator and suit designer Adi Granov. As you play Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist, you’ll encounter the beginning of a new, interconnected story taking place over the three chapters of Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps. A robbery at an art museum entangles Spider-Man and MJ with an old flame from Peter Parker’s past, Felicia Hardy, aka Black Cat. Beyond new story missions, there’s a whole new faction of enemies, new crimes, new challenges, new trophies, and of course, three brand new suits. Here’s a first look at the three new suits. One we’d love to highlight is the Resilient Suit, by famed Marvel illustrator Gabriele Dell’Otto. We loved bringing original suits to the game, starting with our Advanced Suit, and continuing with Adi Granov’s Velocity Suit, and this is another great one. Additionally we have two more suits that fans of the comics will recognize, Spider-Man’s suit from Scarlet Spider II, and the Spider-UK suit from the Spider-Verse. Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist can be purchased on the PlayStation Store for $9.99 USD MSRP. If you want to save a few dollars, you can order the entire Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps series for $24.99 USD MSRP, which will get you Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist, as well as the two additional chapters releasing later this year. Haven’t picked up Marvel’s Spider-Man yet? Check out the Digital Deluxe Edition – which for $79.99 USD MSRP gets you the full game, as well as all three chapters of Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps upon their respective individual release! Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist releases on October 23rd. In case you missed it, here’s another look at the teaser! That’s all for now, be sure to keep an eye on the Insomniac Games Twitter, Facebook and Instagram feeds for all the latest! View the full article
  7. Everyone who’s played enough of the Dark Souls series and its contemporaries has probably asked themselves at least once, “wouldn’t this be better if you could just skip the levels and fight the bosses?” Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption, an indie “boss rush” Soulslike from developer Dark Star, explores that question, distilling the Soulslike experience into eight devilishly challenging duels. Though it is not quite an airtight proof of concept, the ideas at its core make Sinner an interesting blueprint for a boss rush twist on the classic Dark Souls model. More than simple pattern recognition, learning the quirks in each of the long winded fights demands situational awareness and experimentation. Decoding the bosses is as important as being able to react to their attacks, and the process of figuring out what’s going on each phase of each fight binds an engaging intellectual exercise to the technical mastery (and muscle memory) that the genre generally demands. Continue reading… View the full article
  8. Momentum is a powerful force – just ask anyone who’s been on the receiving end of one of Superman’s flying kicks. On a more grounded level, the impulse to continue with what’s worked in the past can make a creative endeavor feel stale, whether we’re talking about superhero movies, comic books, or video games. Lego DC Super-Villains isn’t reimagining the core of the Lego games, but TT Games has clearly learned from recent missteps. The result is one of the best (and baddest) games that the studio has released. The name should clue you in to its setup; forget about Batman and his super friends, this one’s all about the villains. In true Lego fashion, the roster includes big names like Joker and Lex Luthor, and a dizzying array of fun second-tier heels like Mirror Master and Granny Goodness. The original story is a hoot. The Justice League suddenly disappears, replaced with a group of shady individuals from Earth 3 calling themselves the Justice Syndicate. These also-rans seem like close-enough versions of their contemporaries, with Ultraman filling in Superman’s boots and Owlman donning Batman’s cowl. Ultimately, they’re up to no good, which is something that only Earth’s villains seem to notice. They can’t let these interlopers take advantage of Earth’s plunder; that’s their job! It’s a fun setup for the familiar sight gags, snappy (and well voiced) dialogue, and humorous tone we all know from TT Games. You’re part of it all, too. In one of the boldest departures from past games, your created character is no longer relegated to free play. Instead, your creation is part of the narrative, right from the start. I enjoyed watching my minifig doppelganger gain new abilities throughout the tale, becoming one of the more powerful faces around (and an excellent utility player that helped minimize the need for swapping characters). I’ve never gotten into custom characters as much as my kids have, but this time around I was fine-tuning my hero as I unlocked new visual options. DC Super-Villains backs up its charm with a host of gameplay improvements. First and foremost, it’s not prone to crashing or bugging out relentlessly. It also has little quality-of-life improvements sprinkled throughout. In the past, when you encounter a task that your current character can’t perform, such as blowing up silver bricks as Harley-Quinn, your character will look at the camera and shrug. Ordinarily, you’d then have to manually cycle through the roster to find the correct person for the job. Now, when you swap, it immediately jumps to an appropriate one – a particular time-saver in free-play mode, which offers more than a 100 different characters to pore over. Platforming is more precise than in past games, and level designs don’t lean on extended jumping sections as much as they have in the past. That aspect has always been weak, and it’s about time that TT Games gave it some attention. Puzzles can still occasionally be a little out there, but loads of built-in hints keep younger players and their impatient parents moving if needed. When you’re done with the story, you explore a huge open world divided into well-known locations like Metropolis, Gotham City, and Smallville. You’ll probably spend most of your time exploring those spaces, solving one-off environmental puzzles and helping your fellow villains with silly side missions. You’re still a villain at heart, however, which means your actions can draw the attention of law enforcement if you’re not careful. It’s a low-key riff on Grand Theft Auto’s wanted levels, which answers the question: Why doesn’t anyone care that I’m breaking everything? Answer: They do, but it doesn’t get in the way too much. I was disappointed with last year’s Lego Marvel Super-Heroes 2, but Lego DC Super-Villains addresses virtually everything I saw wrong with that release. If you hate Lego games, this isn’t going to change your mind. For everyone else, this is a delightful return to form which hopefully serves as a reference for TT Games’ future projects. View the full article
  9. Hello Call of Duty fans! This year we're trying something new: because Black Ops 4's modes are so different, we're reviewing them separately, followed by our overall review and score. This part covers Zombies – be sure to check out the others next. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Zombies is fantastic. The tactile, satisfying feedback of the weapons; the varied, confined passageways and wide open spaces; and the ability to customise the experience with a broad range of options makes it the most confident and welcoming iteration of the undead horde survival mode yet. Continue reading… View the full article
  10. Whether you want to play the conquering hero or cause chaos as the villain, PlayStation Store has something for you in the action-packed week ahead. Prove your worth as a warrior on the stages of history, blast your way across the galaxy in epic space battles, or channel your inner super-villain (without the risk of getting into real trouble). 1. SoulCalibur VI Grab your weapon of choice and get ready for a fight! Bandai Namco’s SoulCalibur VI is the epic return of the famous fighting franchise. Battle across stunning 16th-century stages and kick butt from a robust roster of both familiar and new characters, each with their own unique weapons and combat styles. Available: Friday 19th October Read more: 12 reasons why we already love SoulCalibur VI Pre-order SoulCalibur VI on PlayStation Store now 2. Lego DC Super-Villains It’s good to be bad. Lego has given us a huge selection of colourful characters to play such as the Joker, Harley Quinn, and Deathstroke. Embrace your mischievous side as you solve puzzles, battle whacky enemies, and pull some pranks in your quest to become the greatest super-villain ever. Available: Friday 19th October Pre-order Lego DC Super-Villains on PlayStation Store now 3. Starlink: Battle for Atlas Board your starship and soar into battle to save Atlas from the clutches of Grax and his Forgotten Legion. Starlink: Battle for Atlas lets you build a unique craft to explore a living star system full of enchanting planets. Assemble your crew and get ready to send some evil space robots flying. Available: Tuesday 16th October Pre-order Starlink: Battle for Atlas on PlayStation Store now This week’s new demos Astro Bot Rescue Mission Have you yet to check out the critically-acclaimed PS VR platforming hero? Now’s the perfect time to find out whether you want to join Astro Bot on his mission thanks to a two-level demo, offering a sample of Japan Studio’s unique take on the genre. Available: Tuesday 16th October Read more: How Astro Bot Rescue Mission uses PS VR to elevate its spectacular boss fights This week’s new pre-orders A handful of impending new releases are now available for pre-order: Tetris Effect (release date: 9th November 2018) Left Alive (release date: 5th March 2019) Borderlands 2 VR (release date: 14th December 2019) Out this week Super Blackjack Battle II – Turbo Edition – The Card Warriors (Not in Australia or New Zealand) 15th October Starlink: Battle for Atlas Deluxe Edition 16th October Starlink: Battle for Atlas 16th October FOR HONOR Marching Fire Edition (Not in Bahrain, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, UAE & Ukraine) 16th October FOR HONOR Marching Fire Edition (Russia & Ukraine ONLY) 16th October FOR HONOR Marching Fire Edition (Bahrain, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia & UAE) 16th October NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 16th October The Surge – Augmented Edition 16th October theHunter: Call of the Wild – 2019 Edition (Not in Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, & Ukraine) 16th October theHunter: Call of the Wild – 2019 Edition (Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, & Ukraine ONLY) 16th October Overload 16th October Pixel Ripped 1989 16th October The Jackbox Party Pack 5 (Not in Russia) 16th October Palm Reading Premium 16th October LEGO DC Super-Villains Deluxe Edition (DUP) (Split release dates: (17-10-18 – Australia, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand) (18-10-18: Austria, Germany, Switzerland) (19-10-18: RoW)) 17th October LEGO DC Super-Villains (DUP) (Split release dates: (17-10-18 – Australia, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand) (18-10-18: Austria, Germany, Switzerland) (19-10-18: RoW)) 17th October Drone Striker (Not in Australia or New Zealand) 17th October Fast Striker [Cross-Buy] 17th October Fishing Planet: Gars&Glory Pack 17th October Tower Defense Collection 7 in 1 17th October Gnomes Garden 17th October Defiance 2050: Crusader Class Pack 17th October Fishing Planet: Spooky Fishing Pack 17th October SUPER AMAZEBALLS 17th October Wer wei denn sowas – Das Spiel (Germany and Switzerland ONLY) 18th October SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption 18th October Burly Men at Sea (Cross-Buy) 18th October Burly Men at Sea Maestro Beard Edition 18th October SOULCALIBUR Deluxe Edition 19th October SOULCALIBUR 19th October WARRIORS OROCHI 4 Deluxe Edition with Bonus 19th October WARRIORS OROCHI 4 with Bonus 19th October MLB Home Run Derby VR (Not in Bahrain, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, UAE & Ukraine) 19th October Horizon Chase Turbo Demo 15th October Animal Force Demo 16th October ASTRO BOT Rescue Mission Demo 16th October PS4 DLC 15th October Hand of Fate 2 The Servant and the Beast 16th October For Honor Marching Fire Expansion Kingdom Come: Deliverance Amorous Adventures MOTHERGUNSHIP The Secret Mission DLC Firewall Zero Hour Character Camo Bundle Face Paint Bundle Weapon Camo Bundle Face Paint Aztec Face Paint Clownface Face Paint Fierce Face Paint Rotten Patch Bundle Contractor Skin Acti-Cam Contractor Skin Bella Contractor Skin Graffik Contractor Skin MC_Basic Weapon Skin Acti-Cam 17th October LEGO DC Super-Villains Season Pass (DUP) Conan Exiles The Savage Frontier Pack SOULCALIBUR VI Season Pass Tira 19th October NARUTO TO BORUTO: SHINOBI STRIKER Master Character Training Pack – Hiruzen Sarutobi Remember, if you’ve not got access to your PS4, PS3 or PS Vita then you can also buy through our online store. Free for PlayStation Plus subscribers in October The post New on PlayStation Store this week: SoulCalibur VI, Lego DC Super Villains and more appeared first on PlayStation.Blog.Europe. View the full article
  11. Greetings, Ark Hunters! Today we celebrate the launch of the Trouble in Paradise update for Defiance 2050! This massive update will unleash Hulker Hell on Paradise. Hulker Hell is a Halloween celebration of tricks and treats that brings a special delivery of frights to Paradise until 5th November. Dive into the fray and take down these powerful enemies to unlock increasingly epic rewards. Teamwork makes the dream work for the revamped ark falls with rewards directly tied to the efficiency with which you mow through the hellish hordes. On top of that, we’re also introducing a powerful new enemy faction to Defiance 2050, the Grid. These cybernetic EGO constructs possess devastating energy weaponry and a bad attitude. With Trouble in Paradise, you’ll be able to play through all-new story missions to learn more about the Grid. We have an exclusive first look at the devastatingly vicious new addition to the Grid’s forces: Harvesters. Trouble in Paradise also brings a brand-new weapon skin system that allows you to customise your weapons with spectacular new styles to suit the Halloween season. Pick up weapon skins by taking part in the Hulker Hell event or by picking them up in the store, with many more skins to come in future updates. This massive update also brings the devastatingly powerful new Crusader class. This brutal brawler thrives on the frontlines of combat. Wield a massive two-handed hammer and an array of epic abilities to pound enemies into submission. Race headlong into enemies with the brutally bombastic Blitz ability or summon a meteor from orbit to slam down on foes caught in the point of impact. There has never been anything like this in Defiance 2050 before! Defiance 2050: Trouble in Paradise will be live later today and we’ve only just scratched the surface of what’s coming in this huge update. We can’t wait to see you back in the New Frontier! The post Defiance 2050’s new update brings Halloween-themed content to the PS4 MMO shooter appeared first on PlayStation.Blog.Europe. View the full article
  12. Greetings, Ark Hunters! Today we celebrate the launch of the Trouble in Paradise update for Defiance 2050! This massive update will unleash Hulker Hell on Paradise. Hulker Hell is a Halloween celebration of tricks and treats that brings a special delivery of frights to Paradise until November 5. Dive into the fray and take down these powerful enemies to unlock increasingly epic rewards. Teamwork makes the dream work for the revamped ark falls with rewards directly tied to the efficiency with which you mow through the hellish hordes. On top of that, we’re also introducing a powerful new enemy faction to Defiance 2050, the Grid. These cybernetic EGO constructs possess devastating energy weaponry and a bad attitude. With Trouble in Paradise, you’ll be able to play through all-new story missions to learn more about the Grid. We have an exclusive first look at the devastatingly vicious new addition to the Grid’s forces: Harvesters. Trouble in Paradise also brings a brand-new weapon skin system that allows you to customize your weapons with spectacular new styles to suit the Halloween season. Pick up weapon skins by taking part in the Hulker Hell event or by picking them up in the store, with many more skins to come in future updates. This massive update also brings the devastatingly powerful new Crusader class. This brutal brawler thrives on the frontlines of combat. Wield a massive two-handed hammer and an array of epic abilities to pound enemies into submission. Race headlong into enemies with the brutally bombastic Blitz ability or summon a meteor from orbit to slam down on foes caught in the point of impact. There has never been anything like this in Defiance 2050 before! Defiance 2050: Trouble in Paradise will be live later today and we’ve only just scratched the surface of what’s coming in this huge update. We can’t wait to see you back in the New Frontier! View the full article
  13. Welcome back to the stage of history! SoulCalibur VI adds new scenarios and characters, featuring a special guest appearance from Geralt of The Witcher fame. Developed by Bandai Namco Entertainment, the latest installment of this weapons-based fighting series introduces new features like Reversal Edge and Lethal Hit, along with familiar mechanics from previous games. For a full list of new games coming to PlayStation next week, read on. And enjoy The Drop! Crayola Scoot PS4 — Digital, Retail Creativity wins in this colorful freestyle scooter championship! In Crayola Scoot, more tricks mean more color – and color can change the world in impossible ways. It’s time to make your mark on the scootpark! Drone Striker PS VR — Digital Artificial intelligence has been developed to replace police and military to uphold world peace. But the AI defense network became self-aware and judged that humans were the largest threat to this world… Fast Striker PS4, PS Vita — Digital (Cross-Buy) Fast Striker is a 2D vertical shoot’em up. Blast through six action-packed stages and encounter huge boss battles. Four game modes, an elaborate scoring system and adjustable screen & control settings will bring back classic arcade memories. For Honor: Marching Fire Edition PS4 — Digital Join the fight as a Knight, Viking, Samurai, or Wu Lin Warrior, and fight for the survival of your people. Play in a variety of thrilling modes including PvP, story campaign, PvE, and co-op. Gnomes Garden PS4 — Digital Head out with the gnomes on a journey in this exciting fantasy strategy game, Gnomes Garden! Construct buildings and manage resources, use powerful magic and restore ancient magical gardens. Halloween Forever PS4, PS Vita — Digital (Out 10/19) Something mysterious is happening in the pumpkin patch this Halloween! You control Pumpkin Man, a humanoid pumpkin thing animated by occult forces on a quest to discover why things are so creepy. And you vomit candy corn. Heavy Fire: Red Shadow PS4 — Digital In Heavy Fire: Red Shadow, tension between a bold North Korea, which has managed to unify with South Korea entirely on its terms, and the United States has gone beyond its breaking point. The Jackbox Party Pack 5 PS4 — Digital It’s the biggest Party Pack yet with five party-saving games, including the return of the classic pop culture trivia mashup, You Don’t Know Jack. Use phones or tablets as controllers and play with up to eight players, plus an audience of up to 10,000! Lego DC Super-Villains PS4 — Digital, Retail It’s good to be bad… Players will create and play as an all-new super-villain throughout the game, unleashing mischievous antics and wreaking havoc in an action-packed story. NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 PS4 — Digital, Retail NBA arcade action is back with NBA 2K Playgrounds 2! The sequel to the original smash hit takes street balling to the next level. Pick your team, get ready to jam, and ball without limits! Overload PS4 — Digital From the creators of Descent, Overload combines intense action with awesome graphics to create the ultimate zero-gravity shooter. Destroy robots, rescue survivors, blow up the reactor, and escape before the whole thing explodes! Palm Reading Premium PS4 — Digital (Out 10/15) Palm Reading Premium is the most luxury and professional palmistry and chirology software out there. You can use it to analyze, read and master your palm lines and palm fingers without knowing anything about hand reading. Phobos Vector Prime: The First Ring PS4 — Digital Discover the origin of the Renegade faction with its leader, J.L. Brown, in the first single player campaign of Phobos Vector Prime, the frenzied third-person shooter arcade! Pipe PS4 — Digital (Out 10/17) Pipe is a physics-based BMX experience designed to simulate realistic BMX motion. Perform over 50 aerial stunts, grind any corner, and get big air in the Pipe! Resonance of Fate: 4K/HD Edition PS4 — Digital (Out 10/19) The fate-changing multi-gun battle RPG is back with a new 4K/HD edition. Get involved in acrobatic gun fights while determining the destiny of a devastated Earth. Riot: Civil Unrest PS4 — Digital (Out 10/19) Riot: Civil Unrest is a riot simulator that places the player in the heart of some of the world’s most fractious clashes. Sinner: Sacrifice For Redemption PS4 — Digital (Out 10/18) Rise from the depths a crumbling kingdom and to the challenge of defeating increasingly difficult demonic bosses. Choose aspects of yourself to weaken before defeating the avatars of Sin. SoulCalibur VI PS4 — Digital, Retail (10/19) Introducing the newest entry in the SoulCalibur series! Experience all-new gameplay mechanics with the most beautiful graphics the weapons-based fighting genre has ever seen. Starlink: Battle For Atlas PS4 — Digital, Retail Lead a group of pilots as you build a starship, explore the Atlas Star System, and battle the vile Grax and his Forgotten Legion. Gain the advantage against the Forgotten Legion with the entire first collection of pilots, starships, and weapons. theHunter: Call of the Wild – 2019 Edition PS4 — Digital, Retail Experience the thrill of the hunt in a visually breathtaking, technically groundbreaking, vast open world. Explore the atmospheric single player campaign yourself, or go on the ultimate hunting trip with friends. Warriors Orochi 4 PS4 — Digital, Retail A dream collaboration starring heroes from Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors! Introducing Magic to the series, you can now experience even more thrilling and intense Musou action. The information above is subject to change without notice. Electropop and Play: Gunship Takeover Alan Walker: Songs for Playstation Bad Times at the El Royale Soundtrack Slender Man Don’t miss the action Sunday, October 14 at 2PM ET live on NBC Don’t miss the action Sunday, October 14 at 7PM ET live on NBC Series Premiere Sunday, October 14 at 10PM ET/PT only on HBO PlayStation Vue has your favorite sports, news and must-watch shows. View the full article
  14. Join in on the fun with a flash sale at PlayStation Store! Discover savings up to 30 percent on games like Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition, Shadow of the Tomb Raider – Croft Edition, Yakuza Kiwami 2 and more. Check out the full lineup below! Then head over to PS Store, this flash sale ends October 15 at 8 a.m. PT. Games <-- Swipe left on mobile for full table Platform Title Sale Price Original Price PS4 ASASSIN’S CREED ORIGINS – GOLD EDITION $49.99 $99.99 PS4 ASSASSIN’S CREED ORIGINS $29.99 $59.99 PS4 ASSASSIN’S CREED ORIGINS – DELUXE EDITION $34.99 $69.99 PS4 ASSASSIN’S CREED ROGUE REMASTERED $17.99 $29.99 PS4 BATTLE CHEF BRIGADE DELUXE $11.99 $19.99 PS4 CONAN EXILES $27.49 $49.99 PS4 DEAD CELLS $19.99 $24.99 PS4 DIVINITY: ORIGINAL SIN 2 – DEFINITIVE EDITION $44.99 $59.99 PS4 DONUT COUNTY $9.74 $12.99 PS4 FAR CRY 3 CLASSIC EDITION $17.99 $29.99 PS4 FAR CRY 5 $32.99 $59.99 PS4 FAR CRY 5 DELUXE EDITION $38.49 $69.99 PS4 FAR CRY 5 GOLD EDITION $49.49 $89.99 PS4 FIGHTING EX LAYER $25.99 $39.99 PS4 FIGHTING EX LAYER (STANDARD EDITION) $38.99 $59.99 PS4 FIRE PRO WRESTLING WORLD $37.49 $49.99 PS4 FIRE PRO WRESTLING WORLD DELUXE EDITION $67.49 $89.99 PS4 GUACAMELEE 2 $15.99 $19.99 PS4 GUTS AND GLORY $8.99 $14.99 PS4 KINGDOM COME: DELIVERANCE $41.99 $59.99 PS4 MEGA MAN X LEGACY COLLECTION $14.99 $19.99 PS4 MLB THE SHOW 18 $39.99 $25.19 PS4 MEGA MAN X LEGACY COLLECTION 1+2 $29.99 $39.99 PS4 MEGA MAN X LEGACY COLLECTION 2 $14.99 $19.99 PS4 MXGP PRO $34.99 $49.99 PS4 NARUTO TO BORUTO SHINOBI STRIKER $44.99 $59.99 PS4 NARUTO TO BORUTO: SHINOBI STRIKER DELUXE EDITION $67.49 $89.99 PS4 NEW GUNDAM BREAKER $38.99 $59.99 PS4 NINJIN: CLASH OF CARROTS $11.24 $14.99 PS4 PERSONA 5 $24.99 $49.99 PS4 PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2019 DAVID BECKHAM EDITION $52.49 $69.99 PS4 PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2019 LEGENDARY EDITION $59.99 $79.99 PS4 PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2019 STANDARD EDITION $44.99 $59.99 PS4 SHADOW OF THE TOMB RAIDER $44.99 $59.99 PS4 SHADOW OF THE TOMB RAIDER – CROFT EDITION $67.49 $89.99 PS4 SHADOW OF THE TOMB RAIDER – DELUXE EDITION $52.49 $69.99 PS4 SHENMUE I & II $22.49 $29.99 PS4 SHINING RESONANCE REFRAIN $34.99 $49.99 PS4 SLIME RANCHER $14.99 $19.99 PS4 SOUTH PARK SOT + FBW BUNDLE $35.99 $79.99 PS4 SOUTH PARK: THE FRACTURED BUT WHOLE $20.99 $59.99 Note: All pricing is for U.S. only and subject to change. View the full article
  15. Last week, sent you back in time to share epic moments from Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. While exploring the world of Ancient Greece and fighting alongside Athens or Sparta, you shared your best moments using #PS4share and #PSBlog. Here are this week’s highlights: Kassandra and her trusted eagle Ikaros stand strong in this share from@louisylou. Alexios takes in the view from atop this statue of Posiedon shared by @lunar9p. Alexios takes in the night sky in this share from @s_Rosapexa. Alexios swings against an Athenien soldier in battle, shared by @fwniightmare. @IxionVII captured this scenic moment of tranquility. We had to spotlight this epic shot riding Pegasus–uh, we mean Phobos, shared by @tehgreenflare. Search #PS4Share and #PSBlog on Twitter or Instagram to see more entries to this week’s theme. Want to be featured in next week’s Share of the Week? Theme: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – Landmarks Share by: 9am Pacific on Wednesday, October 17 Next week, we continue to explore Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and focus the lens in on the landmarks of Ancient Greece. Whether you’re climbing iconic statues or the columns of the Pantheon, share your best moments using #PS4share and #PSBlog for a chance to be featured. View the full article
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