It’s a bit chilly round the UK so why not grab a coffee and snuggle up with a nice Snatch. Fortunately for you I have one right here and it’s packed with games news from the week. First up, remember Hawaii State Representative and Chairman of the House Energy and Environmental Protection Committee Chris Lee? He was the chap who attacked EA for “predatory” behaviour and threatened to bring in legislation. He’s released a video outlining his plans.
Following the success of Patapon Remastered, Patapon 2 Remastered has been announced. As usual it will include enhanced graphics up to 4K on PS4 Pro and the classic rhythm action gameplay.
Hello all 47 people from China who read TSA last week! You’re not exactly our target audience but we appreciate you paying us a visit. You may be interested to know that Nintendo are teaming up with Nvidia and are bringing and number of older Nintendo games included New Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Galaxy and Twilight Princess, to the Nvidia Shield console.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory is coming to PS4 and PS Vita in Japan, check out this rather lengthy trailer.
PlayStation 4 sci-fi shooter Dreadnought has finally left beta. “This is just the beginning for Dreadnought on PS4, and we’ll be working on tons of small improvements as well as some pretty big stuff,” said Creative Director Mike Donatelli on the PS Blog. “For example, custom games, which will give you more control over how you set up your matches, is among our highest priorities. There are also new ships and maps on the horizon, and we’re looking into new game modes that bring major changes to how you play.”
Aaero, a game cunningly named so it always at the top of lists, is getting a Drums & Bass DLC pack.
A comparison video showing the various incarnations of Shadow of the Colossus.
As you might have noticed there are lot of games around so here’s an update on some release dates which were announced this week. Dates are for UK unless stated otherwise.
- Papers, Please (PS Vita) – December 12th
- Iconoclasts (PC, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4 and PS Vita) – January 6th
- Golem (PSVR) – March 13th
Rise of the Tomb Raider‘s rather aging old Blood Ties DLC, which was the portion you could play using PlayStation VR, has finally made it’s way to Oculus Rift.
Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ignis is out now, here’s a short video featuring the titular chap.
And Finally, some of my favourite Improbable Boobs are heading to PlayStation 4 as the remastered Dragon’s Crown Pro, which was announced for release in Japan a while back, is coming to the West in Spring 2018.