Another five Pokémon Mega Stones have been released for free with a recently revealed code. These five aren’t available in Pokémon Sun and Moon. …Read More The post Pokémon Sun and Moon Players Can Now Get Five Free Mega Stones by Jordan Loeffler appeared first on DualShockers.
In a press release, 505 Games has announced that 4v1 horror game Dead by Daylight is now out on retail for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One across the EMEA countries, Australia and New Zealand. Called the Dead by Daylight: Special Edition, it contains the following: All main Killer and Survivors together with main Maps Killer: The Hag Killer: The Doctor Survivor: Ace Survivor: Feng Killer Outfits Survivor Outfits Map: Léry’s Memorial Institute Map: Backwater Swamp While PC players have been playing Dead by Daylight on PC since last year, console players can finally partake in Behaviour Interactive’s unique brand of horror. Have you picked up Dead by Daylight? What do you think of it so far? READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
You asked for it! Terrible Toybox’s Thimbleweed Park just got updated to include dialogue between player-characters and a full-on hint system. …Read More The post Thimbleweed Park Update Lets Characters Talk to Each Other and Adds a HINT System by Jordan Loeffler appeared first on DualShockers.
[embedded content] YouTube channel NoClip has published the first part of its documentary on the development, fall, resurrection, and success of Final Fantasy XIV. Final Fantasy XIV was initially released in 2010 but became a failure due to a plethora of issues. Square Enix would then remake the game and relaunch it as Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn in 2013. Today, FFXIV:ARR is the second most subscribed MMORPG in the world. The first part, entitled “One Point O,” of the three-part series covers the story of how Final Fantasy XI inspired the 1.0 version of Final Fantasy XIV. It also covers the failure of FFXIV and how Square Enix and the development team reacted to it. Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is currently available on the PlayStation 4 and other platforms. [Source: Noclip (YouTube)] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
[embedded content] Trove is finally getting the previously announced Megalithic Update next week on June 27. The update introduces a whole ton of new content including a new class, a new biome, several minigames, performance and UI improvements, and more. Here’s an overview of some of the new features coming to Trove with the Megalithic Update: The Dino Tamer Class – Traveling through time from the Desert Frontier and emerging in the Jurassic Jungle, the Dino Tamer is a ravenous, ranged ruffian best equipped to survive the harsh wilderness. With the ability to use darts, snares and summon dinosaurs to attack or mount, the Dino Tamer is a player’s best bet at surviving prehistoric threats. The Jurassic Jungle Biome – The new lush wilderness environment is full of dangerous dinosaurs and deadly dungeons. From dense jungle floor to towering canopies, the Jurassic Jungle biome features distinct enemies to fight and tons of dungeons to conquer. As players battle their way through this blast from the past, they will pick up all new styles and recipes to bring that extra retro look to the modern Trovian. That is, if raptors with razor-sharp claws, thick-skinned triceratops tanks, or the titanic Tyrannosaurus Rex…
Oftentimes, it’s either the fans or the executives at Sony or Microsoft that try to throw shade at each other. This time though, it was whoever is handling the Detroit: Become Human Twitter account. The Twitter account of the upcoming PS4 exclusive recently tweeted: When you wake up and #DetroitBecomeHuman is still a PS4 exclusive and you’re still an @Xbox owner. #ThursdayThoughts The tweet obviously throws shade at Xbox owners who won’t be able to play the game on the Microsoft console, unless they also own a PS4. As expected, the tweet was eventually deleted some time later (around three hours later according to Eurogamer). There’s a chance that whoever is handling the account meant to post the tweet on his or her personal Twitter account but ended up publishing it on the Detroit: Become Human account instead. We might never know as we probably won’t get an explanation for the incident. Detroid: Become Human is schedule for release exclusively on the PlayStation 4 sometime in 2018. [Source: Eurogamer via VG247] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
Io-Interactive has released a new patch for Hitman that’s already out, and it’s a pretty small, but important one. Clocking in at just 450mb for the PlayStation 4 (550mb for Xbox One), this Hitman update rollout fixes an issue when loading game saves. Check out the full patch notes below. 1.11.2 Release Notes Game-Save FixWe’ve fixed an issue that could cause significant issues when loading game-saves on all locations. Global HintsWe’ve taken this chance to adjust the frequency of the Global Hints for an improved experience. What’s Next?Due to the above changes, Elusive Target 25 was delayed by 6 hours to allow us to prepare the immediate release of the save-game fix. The time limit will be extended by 6 hours to ensure a full 240 hours time limit. Of course, this patch is even more important than usual now given Io-Interactive is offering Hitman’s rather meaty beginning portion for free. If you haven’t downloaded it yet, what are you waiting for? [Source: Hitman] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
The latest and fourth DLC pack for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 called “DB Super Pack 4” will launch for all platforms on June 27, 2017, according to an announcement by Bandai Namco. The DLC pack brings a whole slew of new content to the game including two new playable characters, Fused Zamasu and SSGSS Vegito, as well as a new “Warrior of Hope” storyline, a new playable stage, new quests, new costumes, new ultimate skills, and more. [embedded content] Along with the release of DB Super Pack 4, a bit of free content will also be released for all players in the TP Medal Shop including new costumes, new attacks, and two new raid quest bosses. No price has been announced for DB Super Pack 4 but previous DLC packs have been priced at around $8 so it might be priced similarly. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is currently available for the PlayStation 4 and other platforms. [Source: Bandai Namco Entertainment via Gematsu] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
The latest issue of Weekly Jump magazine has revealed that Trunks, or more specifically Future Trunks, will be one of the playable characters in Dragon Ball FighterZ. He joins previously showcased playable characters Goku, Vegeta, Gohan (Teen Gohan), Cell, Frieza, and Majin Buu. It’s been previously reported that the game is only 20% complete so it might be safe to guess that at least 20 characters will be featured in the game at its launch. Dragon Ball FighterZ is being developed by Guilty Gear franchise developer Arc System Works on Unreal Engine 4 and is scheduled for release sometime in early 2018 for the PlayStation 4 and other platforms. A closed beta is planned for the console versions of the game sometime during the summer of 2017. [Source: Gematsu] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
The Behemoth sent out a press release today detailing Update 4: Vibrant Villains for Pit People. The Steam Early Access version of the game is also 20% off. …Read More The post Behemoth’s Pit People Receives New Content with Update 4 and a 40% Discount by Leif Conti-Groome appeared first on DualShockers.
The Nintendo Switch is off to an impressive start, so impressive that many are now wondering if it can beat the Wii, the most successful Nintendo home console of all time.Selling a reported 2.7 million units in one month will surely attract those kinds of comparisons to the Wii, but is it realistic, given today’s gaming marketplace?Nintendo themselves believe the Switch can outsell the Wii, with president Kimishima expecting the console to sell 110 million units sold during its lifetime. And while the Switch is off to a great start, can it sustain that for the next 5-6 years, all while facing stiff competition from Microsoft and Sony (and their upcoming PS5/Xbox Whatever consoles)?Nintendo has overestimated beforeBack when the Wii U was gearing up for launch, Nintendo believed it would have a similar success to the Wii. The company internally expected to sell 100 million Wii U consoles. In the end, they sold less than 13 million.This time around with the Switch, they’re off to a better start than with the Wii U — they’ve doubled production and expect to ship 16 million units by March 2018. Great start, but to get to a 110 million, it’s a long marathon,…
Insomniac Games gives more info on its upcoming Spider-Man game for PS4. …Read More The post Insomniac Games’ Spider-Man Gets Info on Romance, Miles Morales’ Role, Stealth and More by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
Square Enix had a pretty busy E3 2017, as they unveiled Life is Strange: Before the Storm and Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. Their biggest release of last year, Final Fantasy XV, also showed up as they announced release dates for the Episode Prompto (June 27) and the game’s Regalia Type-D update. While this in of itself was exciting, it turns out that Square Enix was holding back even more for another time. As it turns out, that time is set to be Gamescom 2017. Square Enix marketing manager Akio Ofuji made the announcement during the company’s E3 2017 recap Active Time Report stream (you can check it out below, but it’s in Japanese). “We held back a bit of information during E3,” said Ofuji.” “We are preparing … to do all sorts of things on a large scale this summer.” The game’s Director Hajime Tabata gave additional details, saying the studio had been “extremely busy,” and that he wants to “put out some good news during Gamescom.” [embedded content] If you haven’t already picked up Final Fantasy XV, maybe our review will be enough to push you over the edge. Here’s what PlayStation LifeStyle reviewer Keri Honea had to say: The best parts of Final Fantasy READ FULL…
The PlayStation Blog revealed the fascinating story about how a piece of concept art helped Sony Santa Monica set the tone they wanted for their upcoming God of War sequel on PlayStation 4. The artwork was done by artist Jose Peña, who wasn’t given a ton of direction at the time due to the studio looking for something different from previous games. Despite this, Peña was able to create a piece of concept art that established the game’s tone, and has inspired the development team ever since. Check out the gorgeous piece of artwork below: To check out the full story behind Jose Peña’s piece, you’ll want to read the fantastic article about it over at the PlayStation Blog. They spoke to the game’s creative director Cory Barlog and principal character artist Rafael Grassetti. It’s really an incredible story about how one piece of art had such an impact on the PlayStation 4’s most anticipated game. If you haven’t read our E3 2017 preview of God of War, make sure to check it out. PlayStation LifeStyle’s own Paulmichael Contreras had this to say about Sony Santa Monica’s latest: God of War is back, and it has brought with it some fresh ideas. Not only in READ FULL STORY…