Kratos looks fatherly and angry at the same time in a new God of War action figure, while an axe prop will make you feel like a Norse warrior. …Read More The post PS4 Exclusive God of War Gets Awesome Kratos Action Figure and Replica Axe by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
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Insomniac has recently revealed a new slew of concept art for Spider-Man, so now it’s time to scan them over to see if we can find any hidden secrets. …Read More The post Marvel’s Spider-Man — Analyzing the New Concept Art Reveals Unspoken Details About the Game by Logan Moore appeared first on DualShockers.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy has officially gone gold and is ready for its August 22nd, 2017 release date. …Read More The post Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Has Gone Gold by Tanner Pierce appeared first on DualShockers.
We’re proud to announce that Uncharted: The Lost Legacy has gone gold! We can’t wait to get it into your hands, beginning August 22. pic.twitter.com/SBVZJD8lQb — Naughty Dog (@Naughty_Dog) July 20, 2017 Naughty Dog announced today that Uncharted: The Lost Legacy for PlayStation 4 has gone gold. This means development is complete and it will release as planned on August 22 in North America and August 23 in Europe, priced at $39.99 USD. Along with the campaign featuring Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross – which Naughty Dog says will have a “rich cinematic story, exotic new destinations, intricate puzzles, and action-packed set pieces” – The Lost Legacy also comes with access to Uncharted 4’s multiplayer. If you have a PlayStation 4 Pro, you’ll find HDR and dynamic 4K support. As a reminder, pre-ordering The Lost Legacy gets you a copy of Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy for PS4, which will be delivered on August 22. Now that The Lost Legacy is complete, everyone at Naughty Dog will roll onto The Last of Us Part II. [Source: Naughty Dog, Uncharted the Game] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
Patapon Remastered will hit the PlayStation Store in just a few weeks on August 1st, 2017, and will include five avatars if you pre-order. …Read More The post Patapon Remastered’s Release Date Revealed; Pre-Order Bonuses Announced by Tanner Pierce appeared first on DualShockers.
Housemarque’s next game Matterfall will be releasing right on schedule next month on August 15. …Read More The post Housemarque Announces that Matterfall has Gone Gold Ahead of Next Month’s Release by Logan Moore appeared first on DualShockers.
Put “on the back burner” by developer Stoic in December 2015 due to cost and time, then brought back a week later after Sony partnered with them, the PlayStation Vita version of The Banner Saga has been officially cancelled. Writing on their website, publisher Versus Evil explained that “unfortunately, after much work and resources, we’ve decided to cancel the project and will not be bringing the Banner Saga franchise to PS Vita.” It was in development for over two years and Sony took the lead on the project, handing it off to Code Mystics, who worked on it for more than a year. “It should be stressed that the effort, time and cost had far exceeded what was budgeted by all involved,” Versus Evil added. They continued by explaining that, ultimately, The Banner Saga just didn’t run well enough on PlayStation Vita and they all made the decision to end development: Development on Vita was progressing well enough, but due to the various unique engine aspects of Banner Saga, we found making the game portable was not so easy. Specifically, the unique nature of the engine work needed to get the game running on Vita required the game being playable on Vita, making READ FULL…
Sony has announced that beta sign-ups are now live in the United States and Europe for PlayStation 4 system software update 5.0. The beta itself will begin in early August. On the US beta sign-up page for PS4 update 5.0, they ask you to enter your PSN ID, indicate if you’re a PlayStation Now subscriber (you can only select yes), and ask if you want to receive future news about Beta programs. On the EU beta sign-up page, you don’t have to answer any questions and can check a box to automatically enroll for future beta tests. “Please note that completing this enrollment form does not guarantee a place on this Beta Trial. Invitations are at Sony Interactive Entertainment America’s (SIEA’s) discretion. Unless you are selected, we will not contact you [with a voucher code] regarding this Beta Trial,” PlayStation US says. Discussing the auto-enroll, PlayStation EU adds, “We don’t guarantee you’ll always be selected but, any time you are successful, we will send you an email to let you know you made it onto the beta and how to access it.” Aside from the fact that 5.0 will be a “major system update,” no other details were given today. READ…
Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan and Asia loves to release hilarious TV commercials, and those starring Densha Otoko actor and local addicted PlayStation testimonial Takayuki Yamada are the best of the bunch. …Read More The post Tantrum-Throwing Dad in Japanese PS4 Dragon Quest XI Commercial Is Our New Favorite Commercial by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
[embedded content] Now available to pre-order through the North American PlayStation Store, Patapon Remastered is releasing on August 1 for PlayStation 4, priced at $14.99 USD, Sony announced today. By pre-ordering Patapon Remastered, you’ll receive these PS4 Avatars: Kibapon, Tatepon, Warrior, Yaripon, and Yumipon. Additionally, any PlayStation Plus member who pre-orders will save 20% off the regular price. Patapon Remastered will unlock at 8am PT/11am ET on Tuesday, August 1. Taking full advantage of the PS4 and PS4 Pro, here’s the description for Patapon Remastered: Patapon is a rhythm-based 2D platform/action game marching to PlayStation 4 with revitalized graphics output in 1080p and 4K resolution on compatible displays. For years the Patapon tribe has lived in the desolate frontier, driven from their home by the evil Zigoton army. Behind the Patapons’ cute exterior, lies a fierce warrior spirit that can only be commanded by the beat of their God’s war drum. They wait for the day that the ‘Almighty’ will return, to lead them against their enemies and bring them back to their homeland. Finally, their wait has come to an end as the drums of war are heard once again. Sony also put up a product page for LocoRoco 2 Remastered, revealing that it will…
The early 2017 PS4-exclusive Gravity Rush 2 is discounted down to $40 right now at Best Buy and digitally on the PlayStation Store. …Read More The post Gravity Rush 2 Gets Discounted to $40 at Retail and PlayStation Store by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.
Six months after launch, Sony has dropped the price of Gravity Rush 2 for PlayStation 4 to £34.99/$39.99 USD/$49.99 CAD. The new price is live on the PlayStation Store, and is beginning to go live at several retailers. If you want to try Gravity Rush 2 before buying it, a free demo is available on the PlayStation Store. Other free digital content includes the NieR: Automata Costume Pack, Dark Angel Costume, PSO2 Collaboration Pack, and story DLC The Ark of Time – Raven’s Choice, which features Kat’s partner, Raven. If you’re new to the series, you can pick up Gravity Rush Remastered on PS4 for $29.99 USD. In our review of Gravity Rush 2, we said, “Gravity Rush 2 lacks quite a bit in the story department, even with the side missions, but the improved combat and series-unique exploration make it difficult to put the game down.” Other PS4 game price drops on the PlayStation Store within the last few days include: LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens to $19.99 USD, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens Deluxe Edition to $29.99 USD, LEGO City Undercover to $49.99 USD, and Mortal Kombat XL to $29.99 USD. Will you be getting Gravity Rush 2 now that it’s $40? [Source: PlayStation Store via Wario64, PSPrices] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
Following the big Patch 1.30 earlier this month, Guerrilla Games has brought out Horizon Zero Dawn update 1.31 today, which fixes several technical issues with New Game+, Ultra Hard Difficulty, progression, and crashes. Here’s the full list of patch notes, which does contain some spoilers: General Fixes Fixed an issue where for certain players hitting an armour plate with a bomb while the machine is frozen would cause more damage than intended. Fixed an issue where for some players the statistics of the Tearblaster were incorrectly displayed in the weapon wheel. Fixed an issue where for certain players heavy melee damage was the same on different difficulty levels. Fixed an issue in “The Looming Shadow” where for some players two guards would disappear after Blameless Marad speaks to them. Fixed an issue where for some players the auto save at the start of “Mother’s Heart” would not display the name of the quest and the player’s level indicator. New Game+ & Ultra Hard Mode Fixes Fixed an issue in New Game+ “The Point of the Spear” where for some players loading an auto save after speaking to Rost at his home would start from Karst’s location rather than near Rost. Fixed READ FULL…