- Unnamed Shin Megami Tensei title in development for Switch
- Puyo Puyo Tetris bringing puzzle crossover fury to PS4, Switch
- A Rose in the Twilight scheduled to launch in April for PC, PS Vita
- Halo War 2 Blitz multiplayer kicking off Jan. 20, dev letter released
- The King of Fighters XIV patch overhauls graphics, adds fixes, more
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Daily Archives: August 20, 2013
Rising Star Games has dropped the price of G.rev’s top-down shooter Under Defeat HD: Deluxe Edition. Gamers can now become a one-man army as the pilot of a terrifying helicopter of doom for less by snagging the shooter for $19.99 from PSN. The Deluxe Edition features dual stick support, upgraded textures, improved shadows, two modes (Classic and 16:9 aspect ratio New Order), and practice versions for both modes.
Gamescom has brought some welcomed news for PC gamers who have been eying Massive’s upcoming open-world persistent single- and multiplayer action title Tom Clancy’s The Division. Ubisoft has announced that the previously console-only release, revealed earlier this summer at E3, will be available for PC next year. Gamers who have enjoyed Massive’s previous work, such as Farcry 3 and World in Conflict, will find the studio well suited to the platform.
Sony has announced that they have lowered the price on both PS Vita models as well as for the entire line of memory cards. The price drop was revealed during Sony’s conference at this year’s Gamescom, where they also announced the November launch date for PS4. The prices have been adjusted so that both are now the same price, with the Wi-Fi model now $199.99, down from $249.99, and the 3G/Wi-Fi model also $199.99, down from $299.99. The lower price should help to move units, which will allow more players to take advantage of Remote Play, a feature that allows players to stream PS4 games to PS Vita systems via Wi-Fi. The memory cards, a contentious topic for owners given their exorbitant price tags, have been reduced by as much as 33 percent: 4GB cards are now $14.99, 8GB cards are $19.99, 16GB cards are $39.99, and 32GB cards are $79.99.
Sony announced today at this year’s Gamescom that the PS4 will launch on November 15, and that the system will have 15 disc-based titles and 18 download-only releases available before the end of the year. It was also announced that all systems will have Playroom, an AR-augmented mini-game collection that supports motion control and the PS Camera, pre-installed. Several publishers, including Activision and Ubisoft, will also be offering discounts to gamers for the PSN downloadable versions of PS4 titles that they have already purchased for PS3. The offer will be good for a limited time, but additional details, including the amount of the discount, were not made public.
Deep Silver has announced that Saints Row IV has launched for 360, PC, and PS3. In the latest installment, players take on the role of President of the United States and lead the country in a war against alien invaders from their hometown of Steelport. Volition has also released day-one patches for the console versions, which include a host of fixes and tweaks. The full list for both versions can be found below.