63w ago - Sega of America Community Manager Kellie Parker has shared a video announcing that Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit is out on PSN today!
Below are the details, to quote: Have you heard about Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit? If not, you are truly missing out on a totally amazing, incredibly ridiculous, and completely hilarious adventure. I am not making that up. You legit need this game in your life.
Hell Yeah! puts you in control of Ash, a devil rabbit and the prince of Hell. As so many celebrities are these days, Ash is the victim of a vicious smear campaign as somebody posts scandalous bath-time images of him up on the 'Hell-ternet'. This is a really good way to piss off the prince of Hell.
Ash gets so pissed off, in fact, that he wants to make sure that everyone who saw the photos dies. It's a totally reasonable, logical response, right?
This is where you help Ash achieve his goal to destroy all of the monsters of Hell who have seen him in all his naked and embarrassing glory. And that turns out to be a whole lot of fun.
Although you start the game with nothing, Ash very quickly starts accruing some awesome gadgetry to help with the monster destruction. It all starts with the painful looking "Jet-pack Driller", which does exactly what it sounds like....
65w ago - SEGA Digital Campaigns Manager Mike Kebby has shared some video footage today of Wrath Of The Dead Rabbit which will be hitting PlayStation Plus next month.
To quote: It's been some months since we first announced the latest digital title welcomed into the SEGA family, Hell Yeah!
Wrath of the Dead Rabbit, and I thought it was finally time to visit the PlayStation Blog and reveal more about our exciting* new game.
*Exciting can also be taken to mean: insanely creative, off-the-wall, bonkers, delirium inducing, and as many other unnecessary descriptive phrases as I can muster
Hell Yeah! puts you in control of Ash, a devil rabbit and the prince of Hell. In a storyline that I'm sure most blog readers will empathise with (well, maybe), Ash is the victim of a vicious smear campaign, as somebody posts sordid bath-time images of him up on the 'Hell-ternet'.
So, at its core, Hell Yeah! is a tale of revenge - a story of the little-man standing up for himself. That this little-man is in fact a devil rabbit, and the prince of Hell, just gives it a little more edge. In fact, Ash wants to ensure that everybody who has seen the photos suffers, which is where you step in.
As you can see from the above below, Ash does have...
67w ago - Director Eric Parsons at Long Road Ahead has announced that The Walking Dead: Episode 3 is officially hitting PSN today!
Below are the details, to quote: We continue to be blown away by how much people want each new installment of The Walking Dead. As soon as we get an episode out the door, we're immediately hit with people wanting to know when the next one will hit.
It's incredible and we're so grateful for everyone's excitement and support. Today we can confirm that The Walking Dead: Episode Three - Long Road Ahead will launch August 28th (today!) on PlayStation Network in North America.
We've been hard at work making sure this installment will put players through the emotional wringer in this morally grey story set in the world of Robert Kirkman's comic book series.
Episode Three - Long Road Ahead is going to push some truly mind-warping decisions on you. A zombie apocalypse is horrific not only because of the undead, but also because of the depths that humanity will sink to in desperate times. You're going to have to choose paths that I don't think have ever really been explored in a video game before. I can't help but wince with the knowledge of many of the choices we've created for you to make.
This is our most emotionally turbulent episode yet,...
68w ago - Sony Social Media Manager Sid Shuman has shared details today on PSN title The Walking Dead as part of a 9-minute interview with Robert Kirkman.
Below are the details, to quote: Like many of you, I'm eagerly awaiting news on the release date of the third episode of Telltale Games' superb PSN series The Walking Dead, a game that is intimately connected to the grim world of Robert Kirkman's celebrated comic series.
I've long wondered just how involved Kirkman was with Telltale's hit game series, so when I got a chance to interview him during Gamescom in Germany last week, I dropped by bratwurst and Kolsch and picked up the phone.
I first met Kirkman during an interview for the late, great GamePro and, as always, the man is nothing if not humble about his considerable creative achievements.
He modestly described The Walking Dead's surge into mainstream pop culture as "a wild ride," and expressed great satisfaction with Telltale's work on the game.
My chat with Kirkman was short (he's a busy man!) but it yielded some fascinating insights into the creative processes behind one of the biggest properties in comics, TV, and gaming.