Posts Tagged ‘PSX 2014’

7 New Games Coming to PS Vita – PSX 2014

by Tatiana Dinuon December 6, 2014
Seven new games coming to PlayStation Vita have been announced today, by Gio Corsi at PSX 2014. The first two games, which are going to hit the console next week on December 9 are Suikoden and Suikoden II. The others will be released sometime in 2015. Below you can see the other titles and the estimated time […]

Until Dawn or How to Play a Horror Movie on PlayStation 4 – PSX 2014

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon December 6, 2014
 During the PlayStation Experience 2014 event we got the chance to watch a few minutes of gameplay for Until Dawn, a survival horror video game create by Supermassive Games for PlayStation 4. The game was intially announced as a PS3 title with PS Move support in the past, but this summer Until Dawn was reintroduced to the audience as a […]

Final Fantasy 7 is Coming to PS4 – PSX 2014

by Tatiana Dinuon December 6, 2014
It seems that PSX 2014 has many good announcements for us, and one of them is the fact that Final Fantasy 7 will be released on PlayStation 4 in the Spring of 2015. The announcement was made today by Square Enix Producer Shinji Hashimoto, and it is good to know that the game is not an […]

Yakuza 5 is Out in 2015 for North America and Europe – PSX 2014

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon December 6, 2014
Today, at PlayStation Experience event held in Las Vegas, it was announced that Yakuza 5 will be released for NA and European gamers in 2015. The open world action-adventure video game was originally launched in Japan in 2012 on PS3, and since then the gamers from the West were screaming to play it. It was also mentioned […]

Drawn to Death, Another Title Revealed at PSX 2014

by Tatiana Dinuon December 6, 2014
Drawn to Death is another game which has been revealed today at PSX 2014. The game is an arena shooter and it is the first game from the creator David Jaffe’s studio, The Bartlet Jones Supernatural Detective Agency. Drawn to Death is a third-person multiplayer which is in the early stage of the development, but this […]