Signature Edition Games announced they will be teaming up Cowardly Creations to release their survivor horror game Uncanny Valley as a physical edition on PlayStation Vita. …Read More The post Uncanny Valley to Get Limited Physical Release on Vita From Signature Edition by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
This week is fairly quiet, but you will find Team Ninja’s Nioh on PlayStation 4, which is being published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. PlayStation Plus members, meanwhile, can expect the February 2017 titles to go live. They include LittleBigPlanet 3, Not a Hero, Starwhal, TorqueL, Ninja Senki DX, and Anna: Extended Edition. *All games/content are releasing in North America and Europe, unless otherwise noted. PlayStation 4 Games 8Days (PSN) How to Survive 2 (PSN) Kitty Powers’ Matchmaker (PSN) Nioh (Retail & PSN) So Many Me! (PSN) – NA Super Gunworld 2 (PSN) – NA The Onion Knights (PSN) – NA Uncanny Valley (PSN, cross-buy) PlayStation VR Games VR Ping Pong (PSN) PlayStation Vita Games Uncanny Valley (PSN, cross-buy) *Keep in mind that all release dates are subject to change, and more games/DLC will likely be added during the PlayStation Store updates in North America and Europe on Tuesday. For PlayStation VR game requirements, be sure to check out the product page before buying. Check out our February 2017 release date page to see what else is releasing soon, and feel free to let us know in the comments if you’ll be picking up anything this week. [Source: PlayStation Blog] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
[embedded content] Released for PC back in 2015, 2D survival horror game Uncanny Valley is coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita on February 7 in North America and February 8 in Europe, complete with cross-buy. At launch, PlayStation Plus members will save 15% off the $11.99/€11.99/£11.99 regular price. A story-driven experience where nothing is as it seems and the choices you make determine your fate, Uncanny Valley sees you playing as Tom, a security guard working the night shift at an abandoned facility. While exploring the offices and corridors, he begins to uncover the secrets hidden away within its walls. Instead of your failures always resulting in death, Uncanny Valley uses a consequence system where your mistakes can affect Tom, the world, side characters, and how the story progresses. “For example, a mistake may result in a broken arm, which in-turn presents problems when trying to use a weapon,” developer Cowardly Creations explains. “This changing dynamic impacts story and gameplay, requires players to rethink their approach to certain situations, and ensures a chilling sense of ever-present uneasiness.” Here’s a list of Uncanny Valley’s features: A huge, creepy facility to explore Ominous and oppressive atmosphere Compelling story with rich characters Multiple endings to discover Consequences which impact story and gameplay The…
Today, developer Cowardly Creations announced that its survival horror game Uncanny Valley is set to launch on PS4 and PlayStation Vita on February 7th in North America, and February 8th in Europe, and on February 10th for …Read More The post Uncanny Valley Launches on PS4, PS Vita, and Xbox One in February by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.