Bulletstorm, developed by Epic and People Can Fly, and published by Electronic Arts, was originally released in 2011. Despite being a very decent (and pleasingly ridiculous) shooter, it wasn't exactly a runaway hit, and so there was never any sort of follow-up—until last week, that is, when Gearbox announced the Full Clip Edition at The Game Awards. It's not a sequel, unfortunately, but a remaster of the original, which led some people to wonder if owners of the original would get it as a free, or heavily discounted, upgrade.
Alas, the short answer is "no." Gearbox boss Randy Pitchford took to Twitter shortly after the announcement to explain that it's "not possible" to offer the remade game as an upgrade. "Completely different publisher, era, platform (they were Games for Windows only), product/sku, etc." he wrote. He also addressed an unflattering comparison with the recently-released Darksiders Warmastered Edition, a new version of the game that was given freely to owners of the original release.
"Someone else's game being a rebuilt/remastered/enhanced game over something previously offered by a different publisher," he continued. "Nordic bought entire rights past-future from a defunct publisher. This is a very different situation."
Clearly not everyone is happy about it, especially in light of the precedent set by Darksiders Warmastered or BioShock: The Collection, which was offered to owners of the originals as a straight-up freebie.
Developed by Vicarious Visions, Crash Bandicoot® N. Sane Trilogy is being built from the ground up for the PlayStation 4 with brand-new lighting, animations, environments and recreated cinematics—all in stunning “N. Hanced Fur-K” and PS4 Pro HD. Fans new and old alike will enjoy seeing the beloved ’90s video game icon like never before in this fully-remastered game collection.
What’s more, the trilogy will feature full analog stick support, a unified save system and unified checkpoint system, making it easier than ever for new fans to enjoy the classic adventures. Additionally, improved bonus levels and time trials throughout the games will make this an epic trilogy for the hardest of the ’Coot core!
Persona 5 will release on April 4. in the Americas and Europe, for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. Pre-orders are now available at participating retailers for either version of the game.
Every good phantom thief knows that a healthy network of "business associates" makes or breaks a night of criminal mischief. That's why it's so important in Persona 5 to build and maintain relationships with Confidants such as party members and various people around Tokyo. Deepening your bond with Confidants unlocks special skill bonuses, useful services, and more that are vital to the success of the Phantom Thieves. Learn about three of them below!
Pre-alpha demo footage of MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries, announced during the keynote presentation at Mech_Con 2016.
In MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries you will adopt the role of a rookie MechWarrior pilot thrust into combat as the Third Succession War continues to fracture the Inner Sphere. Take contracts from the factions of your choosing and engage in tactical, first-person, PvE ‘Mech combat through an immersive, career-based Mercenary campaign driven by player choice. Victory, prestige, and profit will not only require skill on the battlefield, but in the acquisition, maintenance, and enhancement of your BattleMechs.
Set for release in 2018, MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries is under development by a dedicated team at Piranha Games. MechWarrior Online, Piranha’s existing F2P multiplayer-focused tactical ‘Mech combat game, will continue its ongoing live development by the MWO team at Piranha.
Audiences came back for a second helping of Moana and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them this weekend. Both family-friendly films topped the post-Thanksgiving box office charts, with Moana bringing in $28.4 million and Fantastic Beasts earning $18.5 million.
Here is the Weekend Boxoffice Chart for the weekend of December 2nd to December 4th, 2016.
Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them $18.5/$183.5
Shooter Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare took the No.1 spot in the November charts, making Activision Blizzard the No.1 publisher in both units and value for the month.
Boxed unit sales were down 26 per cent compared to Black Ops III’s first month, though. And Activision’s shooter was not the only one to be affected by a decline, as the market as a whole has seen a 6.3 per cent dip in unit sales year-on-year.
According to GfK’s figures, 3.9m games were sold between October 30th and November 26th 2016, whereas 4.1m units were shifted during the same period last year. However, data was collected a little earlier in the month last year, from October 25th to November 21st 2015, and didn’t include the crucial Black Friday weekend, which makes this year’s figures look weaker still.
Here's GfK's Top 10 for November:
1. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (Activision)
2. FIFA 17 (EA)
3. Battlefield 1 (EA)
4. Watch Dogs 2 (Ubisoft)
5. Pokémon Sun (Nintendo)
6. Pokémon Moon (Nintendo)
7. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition (Bethesda)
Feel the rush of superior air power! www.acecombat.com. Climb into the cockpit of one of the most advanced war planes ever created and experience the most intense Ace Combat experience ever created. Featuring photorealistic visuals, intense dog-fighting action, a multitude of authentic and futuristic aircraft to fly, a return to 'Strangereal', and even virtual reality!
Watch fun-filled action in Knack 2, an upcoming title exclusive to PS4 and developed by JAPAN Studio. Experience new moves, improved couch co-op, vibrant environments, and fun-filled combat with huge Knack! Try driving a tank, controlling a robot, or testing out your new moves on a friend.
Celebrate your Light when The Dawning arrives on December 13th. Compete on new tracks with the return of Sparrow Racing League, challenge your skills and set records in the all new Vanguard Elite Strike Scoring, and earn a new arsenal of weapons and gear.
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is being re-released for current generation systems; with the PlayStation 4 digital download version available today and the Xbox One and Windows PC versions coming in March 2017!
We've reached the end of the road, but a new trip awaits us! The 4205 Cast Final Fantasy retrospective concludes and we take a brief look at the not too distant future. This week, Andre encounters strange nomenclature, Theo secures employment, Chris shares a story about a vagrant and Joe gets lost in translation. We're coming at you live, though you'll hear us on tape delay, The Kings are back on EvilAvatar with the forty-fifth episode of the 4205 Cast podcast and this week The Kings discuss Final Fantasy spinoffs.
The first three cast members of CBS All Access’ “Star Trek: Discovery” were announced Tuesday — Doug Jones, Michelle Yeoh and Anthony Rapp.
Jones will portray Lt. Saru, a Starfleet science officer who is part of an alien species new to the Star Trek universe. Jones starred in “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer” and portrayed Abe Sapien in “Hellboy” and “Hellboy II: The Golden Army.”
Yeoh, a Hong Kong action film star, will portray Captain Georgiou, the captain of the Starfleet Starship Shenzhou.
Rapp will portray Lt. Stamets, a science officer specializing in astromycology, the study of fungi in outer space. Rapp is best known for originating the role of Mark Cohen in the Broadway production of “Rent” in 1996 and reprising the role in the film version.
“Star Trek: Discovery” is scheduled to premiere in May on CBS, with the remainder of its episodes airing on CBS All Access, the network’s digital subscription video-on-demand and live streaming service.
I didn't realize you had to watch it on the CBS subscription service, that stinks!
Ben’s been double-crossed before, but this time they messed with his gang, they trashed his bike, and they’re about to come back for more.
Originally released by LucasArts in 1995, Full Throttle is a classic graphic adventure game from industry legend Tim Schafer, telling the story of Ben Throttle, butt-kicking leader of biker gang the Polecats, who gets caught up in a take of motorcycles, mayhem and murder.
Now over 20 years later, Full Throttle is back in a remastered edition that features all new hand-drawn and 3D high-resolution artwork, with remastered audio and music.
Players will be able to switch back and forth between classic and remastered modes, and mix-n-match audio, graphics and user interface options to their heart’s desire. Also included is a concept art browser with work from Peter Chan, and a commentary track with the game’s original creators.
The bells of the abbey summon monks to prayer while, a continent away, the faithful are summoned by a muezzin’s call. Religious practice imposes a schedule on the chaos of medieval life, and the routine adds harmony to a divided realm.
Routine and harmony. We can’t have that, can we?
Monks and Mystics is the latest expansion to Crusader Kings II, the hit medieval grand strategy role-playing game from Paradox Development Studio. In Monks and Mystics, the religious aspect of the game is further explored with new mechanics and character associations that can tie a faith closer together or render it asunder.
The major feature of Monks and Mystics is the addition of Societies – secret and otherwise. Characters can join monastic orders, secret cults and Gnostic heresies. As the society gains members, it gains power and prestige for its leaders. Societies open new actions for characters and can lead to new event paths.
AUSTIN, Texas. – Dec. 2, 2016 – BioWare™, an Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:EA) studio, and Lucasfilm today released worldwide the latest digital expansion to the critically acclaimed MMORPG game, Star Wars™: The Old Republic™- Knights of the Eternal Throne. This expansion is a story-driven point-of-entry for new and veteran players alike and offered free* to all Premium players (subscribers).
In Knights of the Eternal Throne, players can experience the thrill of taking command as the ultimate ruler of the galaxy for the first-time ever in a Star Wars™ game. Players take on the role of the Outlander, leading an explosive fight for control against the most powerful family in the Eternal Empire. In their quest for the throne, players make choices that influence the galaxy for the light or dark side of the Force™, ultimately deciding who will live, who will die and who will rule the galaxy.
“This year, it’s even more personal. We’ve raised the stakes for the player as they fight to seize control of the Eternal Throne and rule the galaxy,” said Producer Ben Irving. “But that’s not the end of your story. In fact, it’s just the beginning. You must be prepared to make difficult choices along the way to not only take the throne, but also fight to keep it.”
After conquering the throne, players can grow their power and influence in the all-new Galactic Command progression system featuring visceral, fast-action Star Wars combat. With multiple challenge modes to choose from, everyone can play their way. In new Uprisings, players will join with three allies to confront enemy factions rising up to challenge their command while earning rare and powerful rewards. In every battle, players will have to choose a side in the ongoing Dark vs. Light Side War. As the dark or light side takes control, battles will erupt across the galaxy – offering big group battles that bring players together like never before to shift the balance of the Force™ to their side.
Star Wars: The Old Republic is a Free-to-Play*, award-winning BioWare MMORPG set in the Star Wars universe. Players team up with friends online to fight in heroic dark vs. light battles, experience visceral Star Wars combat and explore a galaxy far, far away.
His name is Atriox, a Brute enslaved by the Covenant who eventually rose up against his masters and became a legend. His rebellion inspired the birth of The Banished, a savage army of mercenaries and killers now on the brink of acquiring the most powerful weapons platform the galaxy has ever seen. The only things between Atriox and his prize are Captain James Cutter and the crew of the USNC Spirit of Fire. Outgunned and long past any hope for reinforcements, Cutter’s survival depends on how quickly he can master the first law of the battlefield: Know your enemy.
Space Hulk: Deathwing – end of the technical beta and 13 minutes of uncut gameplay
Space Hulk: Deathwing, the upcoming first-person shooter set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, just ended its Technical Beta. Tens of thousands of players got their hands on the multiplayer co-op mode of the game - in the span of a few days, several millions of Genestealers were purged though relentless assaults led by players who were enthralled by spectacular co-op gameplay served in an immersive rendering of this much-loved setting.
The Beta has helped settle several gameplay adjustments and technical tweaks that the development team has already started to tackle tirelessly. Feedback from the community and players has proven invaluable for the teams at Streum On studio and Focus Home Interactive, who are now putting all their efforts into offering the best possible experience for players when the game releases.
To make the wait until release more bearable, here are 13 minutes of uncut gameplay footage from the single-player campaign. A new Xenos threat has risen from the depths of the Space Hulk. Your Deathwing squad must purge this newly discovered strain, which resembles the Ymgarl Genestealers. These creatures are even more cunning, tough and lethal than regular Genestealers, and their presence on the Space Hulk Olethros remains a mystery. The Psygate, a psychic bridgehead established by the Librarian, enables the Librarian to change equipment and Psychic powers during missions. This allows them adapt to various encounters while exploring the Space Hulk. Squad mates’ loadouts can be also be swapped using the same ability. For example, equipping them with shields and war hammers will transform your squad into a particularly strong and hard hitting force. But, of course, with this setup, your companions won’t be able to deal damage from a distance or heal teammates.
Pre-order now on Steam to get 15% off and one in-game weapon - the Lost Mace of Corswain. Space Hulk: Deathwing is available for download on PC, December 9 before landing on consoles in early 2017.
Sergio Elisondo is a musician who released a full digital audio album on NES cartridge format - A first of it's kind! This is not 8bit chiptunes but real instruments played like a real digital album. It is the results of several people overcoming technical challenges and in this video we talk about the making of it.
* All music in this episode is from Sergio Elisondo
Today we can share a first-ever extended first look at The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series - A New Frontier, the all-new season in the critically-acclaimed series; and announce that its debut on December 20th will take the form of a special two-part premiere with two episodes debuting on the same day.
Revealed live on stage at The Game Awards tonight, this clip introduces newcomer Javier. We witness how the beginning of the zombie plague affected him and his family before we move forward in time to years later, where he encounters a very familiar face...
The first TWO of five episodes in The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series - A New Frontier will premiere digitally worldwide starting Tuesday December 20th on PC from the Telltale Online Store, Steam, and other digital distribution services, on the Xbox Games Store for Xbox One®, and on the PlayStation Network for PlayStation 4. The episode will be available the same day for compatible iOS devices via the App Store, and for compatible Android-based devices via Google Play. Release dates for additional platforms will be announced in the near future.
Beginning February 14th, the series will also be available for purchase on a special 'Season Pass Disc' for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, which will include the premiere episode for the third season, as well as access to all subsequent episodes in the five episode season for download as they become available.
Users can pre-order the season for their favorite platform now by visiting https://telltale.com/series/the-walk...-frontier/#buy. As a special bonus, PlayStation 4 digital preorders also receive a complimentary copy of The Walking Dead: Season Two and The Walking Dead: Michonne; while Steam users receive a discount of 10% for preordering.
New Role and Map Revealed in The Game Awards Trailer
See death get delivered from every angle in the latest gameplay trailer from LawBreakers, which reveals a brand new map and a killer new role! This is just a small glimpse of what’s in the works for when we begin Beta testing in 2017 featuring new maps, modes, roles and more to master as you compete in unparalleled gravity-defying FPS action.
Sign up for the Beta tests and visit our Forums for more info and to review our full Beta Announcement FAQ.
Telltale Games and Marvel Entertainment Announce Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series for 2017
Award-winning developer and publisher of digital entertainment, Telltale Games, along with Marvel Entertainment, today announced an interactive episodic game series based on Marvel's iconic sci-fi franchise Guardians of the Galaxy. The first of five episodes in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series will premiere digitally in 2017 on consoles, PC, and mobile devices.
"The energizing blend of humor, emotion, teamwork, and full-on sci-fi action-adventure of the Guardians provides an enormously satisfying space to explore through Telltale's unique style of interactive storytelling," said Kevin Bruner, Co-Founder and CEO of Telltale Games. "In Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series, players will take on multiple roles within the ragtag band of heroes, and take the pilot's seat in directing their escapades around the universe. We are always honored to be working with the best creative partners and storytellers in entertainment, and working with Marvel on this series leaves us excited to share what we've been developing when it premieres in 2017."
"With story at the core of everything that Marvel creates, who better to team with than master storytellers Telltale Games," said Jay Ong, Senior Vice President, Games & Innovation, Marvel Entertainment. "Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series fully showcases Marvel and Telltale's rich legacy of storytelling, and fans will find themselves immersed in an original, character-driven narrative. As part of our strategy to establish a new standard for Marvel games, this is certainly among the great titles to come."
The series will also be coming to retail as a special season pass disc, which will include the first episode in the season, and will grant access to the subsequent four episodes as they become available for download via online updates. Specific platform details are yet to be announced.
Click on the Headline for the Trailer. (Or to point and laugh.)
People Can Fly and Gearbox Publishing are pleased to announce Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition as the critically-acclaimed shooter comes to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on April 7, 2017 in stunning ultra-high resolutions! Updated with hi-res textures, increased polygon counts, sterling audio, smoother framerates, and running in up to 4K resolution on PC and PS4™ Pro, this upgraded version of the game comes with all of the previously-released DLC along with all-new content. Also for the first time ever, players who pre-order the game will get the chance to play as the iconic Duke Nukem in Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition.
Set to launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC on April 7,2017, Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition is the definitive Bulletstorm experience, including:
• All previously-released content including all maps, modes, and more on your favorite modern platform
• New Overkill Campaign Mode where you can blast your way through the campaign by starting with an unrestricted arsenal of weapons and Skillshots
• Five brand-new levels for the score-based Echo Mode, where you can showcase your skills
• Improved presentation featuring updated models, environments, and animations all running at a smoother framerate than ever before
• Fast-paced gunplay with unique kick, slide, and leash combos
• Newly remastered audio effects
• The option to play through the entire Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition campaign as Duke Nukem, featuring a fully rerecorded script and brand-new lines from the original voice of Duke, with your pre-order
"It's inconceivable to me that an artist like Hideo would not be allowed to come here and celebrate with his peers and his fellow teammates," said Keighley during last year's Game Awards, as a chorus of boos rang out from the crowd directed at Konami, the sponsors of the show.
It was a symbol of defiance over their apparent treatment of Kojima, whom Keighley calls a friend.
In an interview with Glixel, Keighley has finally shed some light on what was going on between Kojima and Konami, who managed to have a rather public falling out while still keeping the details of the conflict under wraps. Check out our coverage on the strangest videogame stories of 2015 for the full lowdown.
"It was such a difficult time because [Kojima] was going through a lot last year," Keighley says in the interview. "The fact that he finished that game under those circumstances is just amazing. He was locked in a separate room on a different floor than his development team for the final six months of development. He couldn't even talk to them - he had to talk through someone else. That's how that game was finished.
"Part of what kept me going this year was a belief that we had to be back on the same stage to give him his due, and give him the award that he was robbed of last year."
DICE released the new Star Wars Battlefront Rogue One: Scarif Official Trailer, ahead of the fourth and final expansion pack launching for Season Pass members on December 6. In Rogue One: Scarif, players can experience all-new epic battles and content inspired by the upcoming film, Rogue One(tm): A Star Wars(tm) Story. Two new playable heroes, Jyn Erso and Orson Krennic join the battle, four new maps all set in the tropical jungles and beaches of Scarif are introduced, and a new multi-stage game mode with space and ground combat makes it's debut.
THQ Nordic and KING Art Games have announced the release of their RPG, The Dwarves, for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Vienna/Bremen, December 1st: Celebrate! The Dwarves have arrived. The coolest fantasy race of all time finally has their own, great adventure. Heroic dwarf Tungdil – scholar, smith and blessed with a gentle heart – has to gather a group of fellow companions and embark on an epic journey to save Girdlegard (the once peaceful realm of Men, Elves, and Dwarves) from all evil.
The Dwarves offers massive-scale, tactical battles in real-time and a brand new, physics-based “crowd combat system”, to let the players feel the thrill of fighting hundreds of enemies with only a small bunch of heroes (no pun intended).
Besides the challenging combat, players can dive into a deep story, based on the best-selling ‘The Dwarves’ series of novel by Markus Heitz.
During its successful Kickstarter campaign back in 2015, developer KING Art Games allied up with the famous German metal band Blind Guardian, who are performing a tremendous song about The Dwarves: 'Children of the Smith’.
Click on the Headline for the Children of the Smith video.
There’s been a lot of discussion about the massive sales of Pokemon Sun and Moon. The newly released 3DS titles were promised to be big hits when Nintendo shipped out 10 million copies, and fans gobbled them up quickly. With 3.7 million copies sold in just the first two weeks, Nintendo has announced that Pokemon Sun and Moon are officially their fastest selling titles ever in the West.
“After becoming the most pre-ordered video games in Nintendo history, Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon – the latest games in the wildly popular Pokémon franchise – have now become the fastest-selling games that Nintendo has ever launched in the Americas,” reads the press release. “In less than two weeks, Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems sold a combined total of 3.7 million units. That’s an 85 percent increase over Pokémon X and Pokémon Y – the previous record holders for Nintendo’s fastest-selling games – during the same period when those games launched in 2013.”
Explore Earth one billion years in the future in the science-fantasy setting of Numenera. Discover the Ninth World built on the bones of eight advanced civilizations and leave your own mark on it. Make thousands of essential choices, face the consequences, and meet death incarnated as you seek the answer to the ultimate question: What does one life matter?
Nowadays, most talk of DRM revolves around titles that add the “anti-tamper” tech known as Denuvo, thus preventing piracy of those games. That’s what makes the latest update to side-scrolling puzzle game Inside so unusual: the developers have chosen to do away with Denuvo.
Playdead did not give a reason for the removal of Denuvo in the short patch-notes, though it’s worth noting that the game was also recently released on GOG—which is marketed as a digital storefront that does not believe in DRM.
For more details on PlayStation Now, which lets you stream classic PS3 titles on PS4 or PC and is currently available in North America, the United Kingdom, Belgium and the Netherlands, visit the official site.
Then again, the story behind the making of Final Fantasy 15 is kind of a mess too, and it's impossible to know how much of this mish-mash of ideas is the result of its tumultuous history as a spin-off that entered development hell a decade ago or whether this was always what it was meant to be. It's a beautiful mess, though; a fascinating, wonderful, exciting, bold, and often inscrutable mess with endless ambition and the fearlessness to at least try something new with staid genre conventions. Even when it falters, it's never dull, the humanity of its heroes and the warmth of its world shining through even when its story leaves you cold. And if that's not Final Fantasy, I don't know what is.
As I'm typing this up now, I'm seeing a future where people buy Final Fantasy XV due to some of the more positive assessments (like this one), and walk away disappointed. Because if you loathe JRPGs, XV is not going to make you a believer. In a way it's silly that Square spent 10 years making this, and it feels like a really shiny version of something it would have actually made 10 years ago. While a complete overhaul of the genre would certainly suit someone's needs, XV suits mine just fine.
Final Fantasy XV is unlike any RPG or open-world experience I’ve played before. It succeeds and struggles in finding its unique stance, but a few problematic designs don’t hold it back from being a hell of a journey. Just days after playing it, I find myself reflecting on it fondly. The thoughts of that damn car are recessed and blanketed by Noctis’ journey and some of the stunning moments that unfolded within it. I wasn’t a fan of Final Fantasy XIII’s sequels, but I hope Square returns with another XV or a similarly designed sequel to iron out the rough spots. There’s a solid foundation here that begs to be explored further.
When I’m riding chocobos across the beach at dusk with my three friends and hunting iconic Final Fantasy monsters in a huge, picturesque open world, Final Fantasy XV feels like nearly everything I could want from a modern Final Fantasy. But when it funnels me into linear scenarios and drab, constricted spaces that plunge the simplistic combat into chaos, my blood boils a bit. There is so much good here, so much heart - especially in the relationships between Noctis and his sworn brothers. It just comes with some changes and compromises that were, at times, difficult for this long-time Final Fantasy fan to come to grips with.
One of the first things you see when you boot up the game is this claim "A Final Fantasy for fans and first-timers." It's a strange statement; fans can't agree on what makes a good Final Fantasy game, and who knows why newcomers shied away from the series in the past. It's been a long ten years since Final Fantasy XV was first revealed, and tastes have changed in the meantime. While it's safe to assume fans and outsiders will find some aspect of Final Fantasy XV disappointing--be it the shallow story or finnicky Astrals--it would be hard for anyone to deny that Final Fantasy XV is a fascinating game after giving it a chance. Where its characters fail to impress, Final Fantasy XV's beautiful world and exciting challenges save the day.
I was really skeptical that Final Fantasy XV could ever be successful; but despite some real flaws, it ultimately won me over. I warmed to the characters over the course of many camping trips, found more than I was expecting in the open world, and even enjoyed the bombastic setpieces. I have no doubt that it will be harshly criticized in some circles, but it also has some real merit. Stick with it even if you find yourself rolling your eyes at the opening hours: You may be surprised by how much you end up enjoying yourself.
‘Tis the season for games and gaming! As you cozy up next to your PlayStation, prepare for a holiday treat. This month we have Invisible Inc. Console Edition on PS4, and the ever-changing narrative of Stories: The Path of Destinies.
Invisible Inc. Console Edition combines turn-based strategy with the world of espionage. Use stealth, technology, and teamwork to break into the most dangerous corporations in the world.
If stealth and intrigue isn’t your cup of cocoa this winter, no worries! Stories: The Path of Destinies on PS4 is also coming your way. Guide the heroic Reynardo through an always evolving world that will feel colorful and vibrant, where your choices will affect not only Reynardo’s fate, but the lives of those around him.
Invisible, Inc., PS4
Stories: Path of Destinies, PS4
Hyper Void, PS3
Tiny Troopers Joint Ops, PS3 (Cross buy on PS4 and Vita)
Click on the Headline for the Xbox One Launch Trailer.
I’m pleased to announce the official release dates for the Xbox One and Playstation 4 versions of Stardew Valley!
Stardew Valley will launch in North America for the PS4 on December 13th, 2016.
Stardew Valley will launch in Europe for the PS4 and globally for the Xbox One on December 14th, 2016.
Pre-orders for the Xbox One (globally) and PS4 (Europe only) will begin on November 30th, 2016.
Stardew Valley will not be coming to the Wii U, however. Looking at Wii U and the current gaming landscape, we made the difficult choice to shift our development efforts to creating a version for Nintendo Switch. I am really looking forward to the Switch, and I believe that the Switch’s unique capabilities could create some exciting opportunities for Stardew Valley. I do want to emphasize that I am absolutely committed to seeing Stardew Valley on Nintendo platforms, and I really do appreciate your support and understanding in this.