1w ago - Sony Brand Marketing Manager of Emerging Platforms Jamaal Moore is here with this weeks PlayStation Mobile updates, which introduce more free games for the holiday season.
To quote: Last week, we kicked off our Festive Giveaway promotion and gave you Rymdkapsel and Passing Time to enjoy over the Thanksgiving weekend. This week, we're giving you two more great games for free: Gun Commando and Mononoke Slashdown.
Over the next few weeks, we'll announce two new PS Mobile games that will be free on the PlayStation.Blog. So keep checking back with us over the holidays to find out which games will be free during the Festive Giveaway.
Gun Commando by Ripstone Ltd.
Gun Commando is a fusion of classic shoot-em-ups and first-person shooters with a unique and action-packed campaign. Earth has been taken by alien forces, and all that stands between the oblivious civilians and their grim fate is you; a war-torn veteran commando with a large arsenal of advanced weaponry. Your deadliest mission yet takes you on a city-wide journey of destruction, where you must attempt to single-handedly take out the invading alien forces.
Mononoke Slashdown by F K Digital
Mononoke Slashdown is a side-scrolling, hack and slash game from F K Digital. As the ninja Kagemaru,...
2w ago - Sony Brand Marketing Manager of Emerging Platforms Jamaal Moore announced some free PlayStation Mobile games for the holidays today.
To quote: The end of the year is almost here, and we're in a festive mood. Starting today, we will be giving away 10 free games (two each week for five weeks) to all PS Mobile gamers.
Between November 27th and December 18th of 2013, and then from January 8th through January 22nd of 2014, you can download two PS Mobile games to play on your PlayStation Certified smartphone, tablet, or PS Vita for free!
Every week, during the promotional period, we will announce which two games will be free on PlayStation.Blog. Keep checking back with us over the holiday season to find out what the next games in the Festive Giveaway will be.
The first two games, available later today, will be Passing Time and Rymdkapsel.
Passing Time by Honeyslug
Passing Time is a touch controlled football game from the developer behind Frobisher Says! on the PS Vita. Pass the ball and burn the opposition with a blistering fireball, prove your slow motion skills by mastering the rock ball and show off your one touch finesse with the explosive bomb ball.
3w ago - Sony PlayStation Digital Platforms Community Manager Paul Sullivan announced today that Trucks & Skulls and Vacation Vexation arrive as part of this weeks PlayStation Mobile update.
To quote: Every Tuesday, there are new games, apps and updates added to PlayStation Mobile. Trucks and Skulls, our featured game of the week, and Vacation Vexation were released this week. We also have an update to Aqua Kitty, Cytus Lambda and Forevolution. We even have price changes for Magic Planet Snack Deluxe and Brg.
Also, don't forget that you still have time to pick up either an Xperia Z smartphone or tablet to get 10 free PlayStation Mobile games, a 60 day trial of Music Unlimited and six free movies (including Elysium). Click here for details.
Trucks and Skulls by Appy Entertainment ($3.49, in-app purchases range from $2.79 - $21.99)
Demolish skull fortifications on Hell's Highway, The Haunted Wastelands, Industrial Armageddon, Demon Town, Iceopolis, and the airless wastes of the Moon! Rev up your engines to launch your trucks, then tap to make them pull stunts and EXPLODE as they crash into buildings and fortresses to destroy lurking, leering skulls.
3w ago - Appy Entertainment Brand Director Paul O'Connor announced that Trucks and Skulls hits PlayStation Mobile today.
Below are the details, to quote: Appy Entertainment is excited to bring our award-winning physics puzzler, Trucks & Skulls, to PlayStation Mobile later on today. This is a subtle game that invites you to explore your feelings and pick pretty flowers, a game that firmly positions itself at the center of the games-as-art debate, a game that...
Oh, wait. It's not that at all. Trucks & Skulls is the game where you SMASH NITRO-BURNING MONSTER TRUCKS INTO PILES OF LAUGHING SKULLS.
We made Trucks & Skulls because we wanted to blow stuff up. It really was that simple. We felt the physics-puzzler genre could use a good boot to the backside with a game full of things that explode, so we created the loudest, most obnoxious, most explosive game possible. Trucks & Skulls is a fuel-soaked, heavy metal ball of boom. Playing our game is guaranteed to raise your blood pressure, and lower your IQ.
The physics model used by the game is quite sophisticated, but you should check your sophistication at the door - this really is an angry and exuberant game that doesn't take itself seriously. There's no hidden meaning. Trucks are good, Skulls are bad. Destroy Skulls!
5w ago - Sony Associate Project Manager Nick Accordino shared details today on more ways to play Knack, including a PS4 co-op mode and mobile application as outlined below.
To quote: Hello, everyone. We're just a little over a week away from the launch of PS4, and I can't wait for everyone to finally get their hands on Knack.
If you're looking for a taste of something different, something a little more old-school, Knack is the perfect PS4 game for you. With Knack, not only are we taking gamers back to the days of classic games like Crash Bandicoot, we're also introducing some new and unique ways to experience the game.
We have a unique two-player coop mode that puts a fun twist on traditional co-op games and is a great reason to pick up an extra DualShock 4 controller. If you own a PS Vita, there's of course Remote Play, which can even work in conjunction with our two-player co-op.
We have a fun social connectivity feature that lets you unlock collectibles faster through your network of PSN friends, and finally, we have a brand new standalone mobile game app called Knack's Quest. I'm here to talk about all of these today.
Knack's co-op is a little different from some cooperative games you may have played. From the very beginning, Knack was meant to be both a challenging...