It’s been a while since we got a Wipeout game, but it sure looks like players have a new one now. Despite having a different name, Pacer features the same breakneck, futuristic racing combat, and looks like a blast. It features eight single-player modes and online multiplayer. Out now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
PC gamers have been able to build amazing and vomit-inducing thrill rides with Planet Coaster for a few years now. Soon, console gamers can join in the fun too, with a new version slated for release on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. Drops 11.10.2020. Gameplay demo here.
LittleBigPlanet’s burlap protagonist is back, but this time, the game isn’t about custom level creation at all. The PS5 launch title is a 3D-platformer packed with vibrant and complex levels, while still retaining LBP’s co-op game dynamics, including both local and online multiplayer modes.
Developer Graceful Decay is working on this first-person 3D puzzle game that drops players into a beautiful and perplexing world where every environment and item is simultaneously enormous and tiny. Puzzles are solved by manipulating objects at different scales. Coming to Windows 10, PS4, and PS5.
Crash Bandicoot is back, and not with a remaster of an old title, but a whole new game. With modern graphics, massive new worlds, new skills, and challenging new boss battles, the new Crash looks every bit as good as Ratchet & Clank now. Coming to PS4 on 10.2.20.
The sequel to Naughty Dog’s excellent zombie shooter may have been delayed, but it’s looking like it’s worth the wait. Watch as the game’s developers walk us through gameplay refinements, new character movements, and level designs that expand the gameplay dynamics. The game arrives on PS4 on 6.19.20.
This physics-based moving sim game asks players to move furniture around the town of Packmore, as you live your life as a newly-certified Furniture Arrangement & Relocation Technician. It’s packed with hilarious and tricky levels, and looks even more fun in co-op mode. Drops 4/28/2020 on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch.
(PG-13: Language) The Sony PS4 game Dreams lets players create their own games from scratch. But the latest from the creator of LittleBigPlanet might not have enough guard rails to keep people from designing complete garbage. At least that’s what Dunkey shows us in his demo of some user-submitted content.
If you’ve played God of War on the PS4, you’re probably familiar with Mimir, the disembodied head that helps guide Kratos and Atreus on their missions. Bar-El Studio created this animatronic replica of the egotistical character, complete with light-up mechanical eyes, and speech samples from the game.
Give your PlayStation 4 the extra storage space it deserves with Fantom Drives’ 2TB upgrade kit. The kit includes an external enclosure, a speedy Seagate Firecuda Gaming hybrid drive, a micro USB 3.0 cable, screwdriver, 16GB flash drive for OS transfer, and installation guide. Save 29% in The Awesomer Shop. (PS4 not included.)
Unbox Therapy got his mitts on this incredible custom built tribute to Origin’s 2009 Big O gaming rig. It not only packs in a high-end Core i9-9900K gaming PC, but an Xbox One X, a PlayStation 4 Pro, and a Nintendo Switch, all in the same massive tower case. The design of its internals are incredibly badass.
An upcoming game created by Hidetaka Miyazaki of Dark Souls fame and writer George R.R. Martin. Elden Ring will be FromSoftware’s largest and most ambitious title yet, dropping players into a bloody and dark world from the mind behind some of the greatest fantasy books of all time. Coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
The 2005 cult classic alien invasion game Destroy All Humans! is coming back. The cinematic teaser trailer shows nothing resembling gameplay, but is entertaining all on its own thanks to its heaping helping of Rammstein. Coming to Xbox One, PS4, and PC in 2020.
Part of Konami’s 50th anniversary celebration, the Castlevania Anniversary Collection is a digital bundle that comes with eight classic games from the series, as well as an eBook with details from developers and artists. Available on Windows, Xbox One, PS4 and Switch for $20.
Astro’s high-end controller for the PS4 adapts to your way of gaming. It features a couple of swappable sticks and d-pads, and you can switch the positions of the left stick and the d-pad as well. It also has two programmable buttons and can work wired or wireless.
The young and adventurous purple dragon is back, and he’s all scaled up. Spyro Reignited Trilogy for PS4 and Xbox One includes Spyro the Dragon, Spyro 2: Ripto’s Rage! and Spyro: Year of the Dragon, all with new 1080p graphics and improved controls. Drops 11/13/18.
(PG-13: Language) “Okay listen you’re gonna control me man. ‘Cause I’m tired okay?” If you love Rick and Morty‘s humor, keep an eye on this VR game by Justin Roiland. You play yourself and a dude named Trover as you try to rescue your dogs and save the universe.
Sony celebrates 500 million PlayStation consoles since 1994 with this sweet translucent blue and gold PS4 Pro. It packs a 2TB HDD, 4K and HDR support, comes with a matching controller, a standard PS Camera, and a vertical stand. Just 50,000 will be available on 8/24/18.
PS4 owners, if you missed out on some of your console’s best games, watch out for PlayStation Hits. Starting 6/28/18, these classics will be at retailers and at the PlayStation Store for just $20 each. The launch titles include Uncharted 4, Bloodborne and The Last of Us Remastered.
This E3 teaser for Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland’s new game tells us very little about the sci-fi comedy adventure game, but it does feature “Bathtub Guy,” and that’s enough for us. Roiland’s interview reveals a bit more about the game, though. Coming to PS4 and PS VR.
(PG-13: Language, Gore) Our latest comprehensive look at The Last of Us Part II shows both Ellie’s tender and brutal aspects. The stunning gameplay and graphics feature tons of contextual actions that the series and Naughty Dog itself has become known for.