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First Look: Driveclub's Dynamic Weather in Action on PlayStation 4

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6w ago - Sony Blog Manager Fred Dutton shared a first look today at Driveclub's dynamic weather in action on PlayStation 4 alongside an interview below.

To quote: Evolution Studios took the wraps off Driveclub's dynamic weather system at E3 in Los Angeles last month and we were there to see it demoed live.

Today we've got some new direct feed gameplay clips of the dynamic weather in action and an interview from the game's Art Director Alex Perkins. This is all from an early demo of the game's realistic - and fully customizable - weather system that will be included in Driveclub as a free update for all players just shortly after launch.

We're really excited to give you an early look at how wind, rain, snow and everything in between can affect your races and how you can customize it in your challenges. Take a look at the new videos, then keep reading to catch up with what we've learned from our interview with Alex.

How have you approached weather in Driveclub?

Alex Perkins: We've approached our weather system with the same guiding principles as we've done with everything in Driveclub: to make it as immersive and fun as possible. We've developed a powerful engine that has the capability to model the entire environment in stunning detail; from each cloud that...
 

Freedom Wars: New Details on PS Vita's Upcoming Action RPG

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7w ago - Sony Associate Project Manager Nick Accordino shared new details today on PS Vita's upcoming action RPG dubbed Freedom Wars alognside a PlayStation Vita trailer video below.

To quote: It's my distinct honor to bring you more information regarding one of the biggest PS Vita titles you'll see this year - Freedom Wars!

The futuristic action game launched last week in Japan, so we wanted to bring a few more details to our North American "Prisoners."

Those who were able to visit the PlayStation booth at E3 might have had a chance to play our multiplayer co-operative demo - thanks to all who stopped by!

I saw a lot of expert thorn-wielders soaring across the skies of the Panopticon, sawing Abductors apart and saving civilians to decrease their 1 million year sentence of penal servitude, and I must say, I was very impressed. However, the one recurring question I continue to hear from the community is - "How's the story?" Well, let's take a peek:





Freedom Wars promises intense co-op action with a captivating storyline. I'd like to leave you today with a message from our Japan Studio Producer, Junichi Yoshizawa. Yoshizawa-san has been tirelessly promoting Freedom Wars throughout Japan across the...
 

Action Button Announces Tuffy the Corgi Out on PlayStation Mobile

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8w ago - Action Button Entertainment Founder and Director Tim Rogers announced that Tuffy the Corgi is out now on PlayStation Mobile.

To quote: When I was ten years old and my parents weren't paying me to mow the lawn yet, my grandmother wrote me a birthday check for fifty dollars instead of five dollars.

The most remarkable part is maybe that she wrote "fifty" on the check: "F-I-F-T-Y." My mom wanted me to give it back. My dad persuaded my mom to let me keep the money.

I used that fifty dollars to buy Super Mario Bros. 3.





I have played Super Mario Bros. 3 every year on my birthday after that. I have a long standing custom where I play every level in the game, from start to finish - no warping, and (hopefully) no dying.

I'm an "adult" now, so I invite friends over to play the game with me. On my twenty-fifth birthday, I managed to get all the way through every level in the entire game without taking a single hit. I'm proud of that. I then said to myself, "I'd sure like to make a game like this someday."

Well, June 7th was my thirty-fifth birthday. It's been ten years since I finished my perfect game of Super Mario Bros. 3, and I still haven't ever worked on a game like it.
 

Action-packed PS4 MMORPG Onigiri is Coming to PlayStation 4

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10w ago - CyberStep, Inc Lead Programmer Aaron Hearn announced today that action-packed PS4 MMORPG Onigiri is coming to PlayStation 4.

To quote: Greetings, PlayStation fans! My name is Aaron Hearn, and I'm the Lead Programmer at CyberStep, Inc., a game developer and publisher based in Tokyo, Japan.

We're the ones that brought you the amazing online games GetAmped2 and CosmicBreak, games that feature outer-space tournaments and robot combat. But now, instead of epic sci-fi adventures, we'd like to welcome you to a completely different world, an alternate universe of mythological Japan filled with demon Youkai and humans coexisting with the blessings of the ancient gods.

Then there's you, a descendant of the long-isolated mythological tribe. Together with eight ally NPCs, each with their own personalities and unique abilities, you venture forth to restore peace to the troubled landscape, imperiled by the deadly miasma and the ancient evil, the resurrected Kamikui! Please welcome Onigiri to PlayStation 4!

Onigiri is an exciting and action-packed MMORPG where you can wield the weapon of your choice, free from the restrictions of player classes in order to slay demonic Youkai however you please. Use your unique skills and a wide variety of weapons, switching easily between them all as...
 

La-Mulana Portable: Japanese Retro Action on PlayStation Vita

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10w ago - Pygmy Studio CEO, Producer and Art Director Hisashi Koshimizu announced today that Japanese Retro Action is heading to PlayStation Vita in the form of La-Mulana Portable.

Below are the details, to quote: Hi everyone! I'd like to present to you LA-MULANA PORTABLE (Working Title)!

Japanese retro action game masterpiece, "LA-MULANA," will be released on PlayStation Vita with new features! This game has it all, with well drawn pixel art, interesting puzzles to solve, and hard action. We really want all LA-MULANA fans and retro game fans to enjoy it!

Search for the Treasure of Life, solve the Mystery of Humanity's Origins.

LA-MULANA is an "Archeological Ruins Exploration Action Game" where you investigate the colossal Ruins of "LA-MULANA," said to be the beginning of all civilization, in search of the "Treasure of Life."

Doctor Lemeza is an Archeologist who comes to this Land with only his whip and a research PC. Helped by e-mails from the tech-savvy elder of the tribe that protects the Ruins of La-Mulana, Lemeza must avoid traps, solve puzzles, and reach the very end of the Ruins.

So just how does the PlayStation Vita version differ from the PC game version, which became a subject of discussion all around the world?

Without a doubt, it's...
 
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