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Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare: Survival Tips, PS Exclusive Hats

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7w ago - Lead Gameplay Designer Chris Fox is here with some Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare survival tips and news on PlayStation exclusive hats today.

To quote: Hi everyone, Chris Fox here, lead gameplay designer on [Register or Login to view links].

We're extremely excited to be releasing Garden Warfare on PS4 and PS3 this August 19th. To celebrate, I'd like to give a quick introduction to our split-screen survival mode, as well as some tips for beginners and veterans alike.

In our split-screen mode, it's you and a friend teaming up to protect your garden from an endless zombie horde. With just two plants versus all of Dr. Zomboss' minions, character selection is key. While all characters can be successful, choosing complementary classes can help to turn the tide in your favor. The Pea Shooter and Sunflower are natural companions.

He's a mid-range specialist, and she's a healer. Pretty obvious stuff, I know. But what you might not know is that the Chomper and Cactus make quite the formidable pair. The Chomper's ability to bite right through armor allows him to take care of pesky Coffin and Outhouse zombies, leaving the Cactus free to snipe ranged zombies from a safe distance.



 

Video: Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare Hits PS4 & PS3 on 8/19

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16w ago - Sony's Brian Lindley announced today that Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare hits PS4 and PS3 consoles on August 19, 2014.

To quote: Greetings PlayStation fans! Ever since we announced Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare at E3 last year, we've frequently heard the question: "When is PvZ Garden Warfare coming to PlayStation?"

I'm ecstatic to finally be able to answer that question, as we've just announced that PvZ Garden Warfare is coming to PS3 and PS4 on August 19th, 2014! PlayStation fans will also be able to experience the Garden Variety and Zomboss Down expansion content from day one.

Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare is a crazy fun third-person shooter built in the Frostbite 3 engine. Team up with up to four players in the wave-based Garden Ops game mode or take to the battlefield in 24-player battles full of tactical action! As you play you will unlock new abilities, customizations, taunts and much more.





We're especially excited for fans to experience Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare on PS4, where it will be playable at a native 1080p resolution and blazing fast 60 frames per second.

Additionally, PvZ Garden Warfare on PS4 will also be playable via Remote Play on the PS Vita, giving...
 

Video: Stealth vs Mayhem in Wolfenstein: The New Order on PS4, PS3

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20w ago - Bethesda Softworks Global Community Lead Matt Grandstaff shared a video today spotlighting stealth vs mayhem in Wolfenstein: The New Order on PS4 and PS3 platforms.

To quote: Are you the sneaky and silent type, or do you prefer your FPS experience to be all run 'n' gun? Wolfenstein: The New Order on PS3 and PS4 presents players will the option of going either route, or paving your own path somewhere between the two.

To discuss tactics, we've got Jerk Gustafsson - executive producer at MachineGames.

As development progressed on Wolfenstein, you incorporated a stealth system centering on the enemy commanders. Can you talk about how that works?

Jerk Gustafsson: Being aware of enemy commanders is an important part of stealth tactics, and also for combat in general. All commanders are equipped with a radio which they use to set off the alarm and call for reinforcements.

Unlocking the first perk within the stealth track enables you to display on-screen commander intel - showing the radio signal status as well as distance to the commander's location.

By silently taking out commanders unnoticed, they will be unable to raise alarms and call for reinforcements. Commanders also have the ability to call a second wave of reinforcements,...
 

Video: Sony PlayStation Still Loves Devs - 1,000 Self-Publishers

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25w ago - Sony Vice President of Developer and Publisher Relations Adam Boyes announced that PlayStation still loves devs and is now 1,000 self-publishers strong with a video below!

To quote: PS4 has been met with an amazing amount of enthusiasm and excitement from both gamers and developers alike since its launch back in November, and the 6 million gamers who have already bought PS4 have really embraced this next-generation gaming experience.

We've got more than 100 games scheduled to launch on PS4 this year alone, including Watch_Dogs, The Elder Scrolls Online, Destiny, and The Order: 1886.

That amazing lineup is made possible by the development community, who have been hard at work with our hardware, already pushing it to do things that we never expected. Recently we reached a significant milestone with more than 1,000 developers licensed globally to self-publish on our platforms, 200 of those licensed in North America since PS4 was unveiled in February 2013.

A year ago at the Game Developers Conference, we kicked our support for independent developers into high-gear....
 

Video: The Powers of InFamous Second Son PS4: Smoke vs. Neon

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44w ago - Lead Designer at Sucker Punch Productions Jaime Griesemer made available a video today dubbed The Powers of InFamous Second Son PS4: Smoke vs. Neon below.

To quote: Sure, when you play inFAMOUS Second Son, you're going to "enjoy your power." But which one are you going to enjoy the most?

Delsin absorbs the ability to control Smoke in his hometown, and then goes to Seattle to find more conduits and gain their powers, starting with Neon. These power sources have different strengths and weaknesses, requiring you to change up your tactics. This has led to an ongoing debate on the design team about which power is actually the best.

Darren Bridges (Power Designer): Ok, is this really a debate? Smoke is the clear winner. There's nothing better than dashing in and choke-slamming some DUP stooge, then firing a Cinder Blast that destroys the tower his buddies are standing on.

Jaime Griesemer (Lead Designer): Sure, if you want to get your hands dirty, Smoke is great. But Neon is clean and streamlined. You're basically firing lasers out of your hands, so you're a natural sniper.

With Neon, combat is all about precision from a distance. Each shot hits hard, especially if you're targeting the enemy's weak points. Neon lets you dissect a squad of Dupes like a...
 
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