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PlayStation Store: Destiny DLC, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris

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1w ago - Sony's Jawad Ashraf of the PS Store Team is here with tuis weeks EU PlayStation Store updates, which include Destiny DLC, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris and more below!

To quote: Bursting through the doors first this week, Destiny sees an all new expansion, The Dark Below, which features new weapons and armour, increased level cap, new arenas, new story missions - generally a lot of new things to tackle into the early hours of a new day.

Lara Croft also makes a return in Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris. Sequel to Guardian of Light, there's a new story to get involved with all the while doing what Lara does best - avoiding death traps, solving puzzles and protecting yourself from enemies.

Over the weekend during PlayStation Experience, you may have noticed SEGA's Yakuza 4 was released on PS Store (and Yakuza 5 releasing next year).

There's a lovely catch-up in the game to get up to speed with the lore, in case you wrongfully ignored the game the first three times or, just need a much needed refresh of all the twists. And if you just want something silly but still related, then Yakuza: Dead Souls is also available.

Lastly, the 12 Deals of Christmas will continue on, so there is still time to grab an early Christmas treat to sink your holiday hours into.
 

Video: Over-the-top Shooter Loadout Getting Cooperative Campaign

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3w ago - Edge of Reality's Greg Bauman shared a PS4 video today announcing that their PlayStation 4 over-the-top shooter Loadout is getting a cooperative campaign!

To quote: Hello again, PlayStation fans! I'm Greg Bauman from Edge of Reality, the fine folks behind [Register or Login to view links], the game we introduced you to at E3 this year. The team here has been toiling away to get our game ready to play on PS4!

These things do take time - there's a lot of work in checking, adjusting, and cleaning the barrels on several billion weapons. The amount of gun wax we go through in a day - don't get me started.

Still, we've made fantastic progress, and Loadout will be making its PS4 console-exclusive debut very soon! Before you know it, the ridiculously explosive world of Loadout will be swarming with PS4 players! That's the good news.

The bad news is, you guys won't be arriving alone. Take a look at THESE guys...





It turns out when we announced that we were letting the PS4 community fight over shiny, precious rocks in Loadout, a group of intergalactic, Blutonium-hungry killers decided to show up and take all the rocks...
 

Candescent Games Announces Tinertia is Rocket Jumping to PS4

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5w ago - Candescent Games Inc CEO Vilas Tewari announced today that Tinertia PS4 is rocket jumping to the PlayStation 4 console with details below.

To quote: Hello, PlayStation nation! My name is Vilas and I'm the lead programmer at Candescent Games. Together with Section Studios, we're thrilled to announce that Tinertia is headed to PS4.

Tinertia is a hardcore platformer without a jump button. "What? No jump button," you ask? Well, instead of a plain old jump button, we give you a rocket launcher with infinite ammo! If you like rocket jumping and physics, you're in for a treat!

Our goal with Tinertia is to create a truly new platforming experience. The platformer is the grandaddy of game genres, so to create something unique we tackled its core mechanic; the jump button. If you're like us, you have at some point rocket jumped around Quake, Unreal, or Team Fortress.

It's a fun and exhilarating experience due to its imprecision and randomness through physics. However, when mastered, it becomes a fast and precise way to traverse a map. With rocket jumping as the basis for movement, we created a twin stick platformer. You use the left stick to walk and the right stick to shoot in any direction.

Tinertia's design pillars are depth and mastery. The game worlds are crafted...
 

Gunsport Brings Competitive Cyberpunk Volleyball to PlayStation 4

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5w ago - Necrosoft Games Director Brandon Sheffield announced today that Gunsport brings competitive cyberpunk volleyball to PlayStation 4.

Below are the details, to quote: Hi! I'm Brandon Sheffield, director of Necrosoft Games. We've made a couple small things before, like Gunhouse for PlayStation mobile, but today we want to talk about a much bigger game - Gunsport, which we're bringing to PS4.

This is our first PS4 game, and we're pretty excited about it! 1080p pixel art! Heck yeah!

Gunsport is a 2-on-2 (or 1-on-1) competitive eSport for discerning individuals who like: cool times, hot times, rough times, and dangerous times. It's a cyberpunk vision of the neo future, like volleyball or sepak takraw with a shotgun and a laserbeam (and a bunch of other weapons, of course).

Gunsport is all about keeping the ball in the air. The more times the ball passes the net the more points it's worth, and the more dangerous it becomes to miss a shot. Shots are limited - the keeper, in the back, can't move, but gets two shots in a full clip. The striker, in the front, can move and jump, but only gets one shot.

Teams reload when the ball crosses the net toward them, but only then, so you have to economize your shots. Every time the ball crosses the net either direction it's worth...
 

Sony Invites Fans to Enter the Impossible World of Relativity on PS4

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5w ago - Developer and Designer Willy Chyr invites fans to enter the impossible world of Relativity on PS4 today with details below.

To quote: Hello! My name is Willy Chyr - I'm an artist and indie game developer based in Chicago. I'm happy to announce that my game Relativity will be coming to PS4 in 2015, and you will get to try it at PlayStation Experience next month in Las Vegas!

Relativity is a game that re-imagines the laws of the universe. What if the normal rules of gravity no longer applied? The basic mechanic of the game is the ability to change gravity, allowing you to re-orient yourself to walk on walls and ceilings. In this world, up is down and down is up. It's all relative.

Let's take a look at what an early puzzle in the game is like. In the gif below, we need to get the purple block to stay on the purple square in order to unlock a door, but the block keeps sliding down. The solution: we lock the blue block in place while in the blue gravity, and then use it as a shelf to hold up the purple block.

What you just saw is the basic gameplay mechanic. But Relativity is more than just about stacking cubes - there is an entire world full of wonder and impossible...
 
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