The sequel to Square Enix’ Bravely Default has finally been announced as Bravely Second via this week’s issue of Jump. It will be set in the same world as the original, Bravely Default, and include a new characters called Magnolia. (more…)
Naughty Dog’s PlayStation 3-exclusive The Last of Us may get the film treatment sometime in the near future if a domain registration by Sony Pictures is anything to go by. The company has registered the domains thelastofusmovie.com and thelastofusmovie.net, and according to whois information, the registration was made on November 25 with MarkMonitor as the registrar. Developing story
Atlus’ Black Friday sale starts early and includes PlayStation 3, Vita, and 3DS games — online and in-store. Hit the link to see it all. (more…)
According to a PlayStation Romania press release, a new Siren game is currently being developed for PlayStation 4.
“[...] Sony Computer Entertainment studios around the world are working to develop more than 30 titles such as inFAMOUS: Second Son, The Order: 1886, Siren, Helldivers, Shadow of the Beast, and Everybody’s Gone to The Rapture,” the press release reads. “Of these, 20 games will be available in the first year since its launch, and 12 are not part of existing series.”
2008′s Siren: Blood Curse for PlayStation 3 is the latest entry in Sony’s horror series. The PlayStation 4 launches in Romania on January 29.
SEGA has revealed the box art for its next entry in the Yakuza-series, Yakuza Ishin, which is coming to PlayStation 4 early 2014 in Japan. Yakuza Ishin is set at the end of Japan’s Edo period in Kyoto and revolves around Sakamoto Ryoma and the Shinsengumi.
So apparently you can’t come to a Xbox One launch party as DualShock 4. This dude had to find out the harsh way! Watch. (more…)
Sony will be launch a PlayStation 4/Vita “Ultimate Bundle” on December.
“We’re really excited for Vita as we move into Christmas,” said senior product manager Ben Law. “We’ve got a great campaign with key messaging around new releases like Tearaway, the ever-growing game catalogue and the Remote Play service.”
The company’s £2.5m TV campaign is entitled “The Best Way to Play” and is running in the UK to promote both Vita’s connectivity with PS4 and upcoming game, Tearaway.