NEW VEHICLE: ALBANY ROOSEVELT VALOR / NEW ATTIRE / TILL DEATH DO US PART
The latest update to Grand Theft Auto Online, Be My Valentine is available now in-game on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Be My Valentine features an updated Albany Roosevelt classic car, plus new clothes and accessories, along with the return of everything from the previous Valentine's Day update.
NEW VEHICLE: ALBANY ROOSEVELT VALOR
Available to purchase from Legendary Motorsport, this updated take on the classic Roosevelt has a range of exciting modifications available to apply at Los Santos Customs. The original Albany Roosevelt also returns for those looking to celebrate Valentine's Day in a more vintage style.
Several new clothing items have also been added for both males and females at clothing stores across town - including new Suits, Vests, Dresses, Bustiers, Boxer Shorts, Stockings and more. All the previous Valentine's Day clothes and masks will also be restocked, and the Gusenberg Sweeper machine gun also returns to the shelves at Ammu-Nation.
TILL DEATH DO US PART
What's mine is yours and what's yours is mine in the couples-based Till Death Do Us Part Adversary Mode also coming this Friday. Keep an eye on the Rockstar Newswire for more information soon.
For more info, see the attached screenshots above, and the attached trailer below, And about all enjoy Being Someone's Valentine!
The amazing non-stop fun of Blasting thEm little cute Bunnies to Hell is only now just a month away!
Nnooo announces release dates for endless shooter Blast 'Em Bunnies on PlayStation®4, Xbox One™, Nintendo 3DS™ and PlayStation®Vita
NNooo is please to inform us recently that they are super excited to announce the launch dates for Blast ‘Em Bunnies across 4 major console platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo 3DS and Xbox One. And also that they have been busy polishing the title and burning the midnight oil to ensure that it comes to all of these platforms in the same week across the Americas, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Plus their latest game has been tailored for each platform to take advantage of each machine's unique abilities and processing power. And on top of all that it was done with a development team of only 2 and a company of 3 people making the game has been a total labour of love and a big undertaking for the group.
Independent developer Nnooo are excited to announce the release dates for their endless shooter Blast 'Em Bunnies. The game is scheduled to launch on the following dates and platforms:
March 8 - PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®Vita in the Americas
March 9 - PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in Europe, UK, Australia and New Zealand
March 10 - Nintendo 3DS in the Americas, Europe, UK, Australia and New Zealand
March 11 - Xbox One in the Americas, Europe, UK, Australia and New Zealand
Xbox One users can also pre-order Blast ‘Em Bunnies or the Super Mega Bundle containing the game, 5 arena packs, 5 skin packs and 3 multiplier bonuses from February 10.
Blast 'Em Bunnies pits you the player as a cute, cartoon bunny called Bang Bang who must defend your rabbit burrow, against an onslaught of evil bunnies. These bunnies have captured your offspring and one of them, the evil Throatslitter, is holding them hostage. Just how long can you and your little ‘uns survive? Grab your carrot rifle, watermelon machine gun, turnip mortar or runner bean laser and take them down! Shoot coins to collect them and spend them on new weapons, upgrades and ammo including sticky raspberries, heat seeking chilli seeds, shredding leek lasers or bouncing, splitting, exploding pumpkin bombs!
In its latest console release Nnooo have crafted a fun, frenetic first person shooter with a dark side. Simply pick up your controller and get blasting bunnies! Players on motion-capable devices (PS4, PSVita and Nintendo 3DS) can also choose to aim using motion controls as well as traditional controls.
The game features 4 different weapons to purchase and upgrade and 16 different bullet types to combine with your chosen weapon for maximum tactical effect. By shooting coins the player can save up to purchase each weapon, upgrade, ammo or health upgrade to allow them to survive longer against the ferocious evil bunnies! Should you save up for the Runner Bean Laser or go straight for new Heat Seeking Parsnip ammo? Tough decisions abound!
With over 50 medals to be unlocked and missions which refresh either on completion or daily the player will always be faced with a challenge. Those looking for harder difficulties and modes can take on Survival mode in Easy, Normal, Hard and Very Hard (where you need to survive for as long as you can) or try out Slaughter mode in Normal, Super or Ultra difficulties (where you must survive for 2 minutes with weaker weapons and health depending on difficulty).
Each battle takes place in an arena with bunnies spawning to bring you down. Runners, Walkers, Burrowers, Grenadiers, Blockers and Bosses all conspire to defeat you. The Throatslitter macabrely tries to dispatch your young and the Golden Bunny evades your bullets lest you unleash Frenzy Mode!! Players can also customise their experience with purchasable add-on content from each platform's online store. There are 5 new arena and matching skin packs which cover Ninjas, Zombies, Urban Army, Clowns and Luchadors. Add-on content can be purchased individually or in bundles with bundles giving a deeper discount on pricing.
Players on PlayStation platforms can purchase the game and add-on content as part of Cross-Buy and receive both the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 versions for one combined price.
Founder and Creative Director of Nnooo, Nic Watt says:
It feels just like yesterday we seen this at the PlayStation Experience and now it's launching today
The developers at La Cosa Entertainment put a lot of hard work into this game, and it shows in many of the small touches present throughout KLAUS.
If you're looking for some challenging gameplay, an interesting story, and a game that won't take up too much of your time, you should definitely take this for a spin.
He doesn't know who or where he is. He just woke up with the name KLAUS on his arm. Prepare to step into the tiny shoes of one man trying to uncover the mystery of his identity and to figure out why he's awoken in a dank, dark basement. Officially launching on the PlayStation 4 today, La Cosa Entertainment's puzzle platformer, KLAUS, blends stylized artwork with a non-intrusive narrative and controls unique to the PS4 platform.
The world of KLAUS is a strange one made of stark color contrasts with many perilous objects standing in the way of our protagonist's goal. Manipulate pieces of the environment using the DualShock 4 touchpad and help reveal the mystery of our swift jumper. Is the player in control of his movements? Does he want to be controlled? What other mysteries have yet to be discovered?
Focusing solely on the PS4 platform has also helped the developers at La Cosa Entertainment add many more elements to the game than originally planned. "We've been working on Klaus for two years now, and have seen it change a lot. It's never looked better or has been closer to our original vision," said Victor Velasco, La Cosa Entertainment's creative director and game designer. "Our only hope is that the players find Klaus' memories and discover his identity."
Unlock collectibles in unique stages that embody the psyche of our troubled protagonist, but be wary, many of those stages manipulate what the player has learned already. Challenging boss battles will test a player's resolve as well as every skill he or she has learned along the way to solving the mystery and the meaning of KLAUS.
So what do you think are you going to digitally grab this game today on your PlayStation 4 console or is it not your cup of tea?
Last Year the new Hitman got delayed until March 11th, but now more sad news regarding 'pre-orders'.
Pre-orders have been running for a while now, but it seems that for some reason, the pre-orders for the PS4 have been pulled. Apparently there are some last minute changes that they had to make.
Hitman has been running into problems on the PS4 it seems, first there was big delay that caused the game to get moved from 2015 to March, 2016, but now the pre-orders have been killed, with just a note saying 'last minute changes are needed'.
According to a message found on PSN, "Thank you for pre-ordering Hitman. The publisher has notified us that the configuration of the product you pre-ordered has changed significantly. As a result, we have withdrawn the current pre-order from PlayStation Store and will cancel all pre-orders. You will receive email confirmation when your pre-order has been cancelled. A revised pre-order for Hitman will be available on the store soon."
Now understandably gamers are probably worried about the game now. The message wasn't particularly clear as to why the pre-orders were pulled, which we can only imagine will lead to speculation that the game might have been delayed. If those are your concerns as well, you can rest easy.
According to the official Hitman Twitter account, it reads, "If your Hitman pre-order is cancelled, don't panic. Release date is still March 11. We're adjusting a few things & will update in a few days." The game was originally slated to be launched at the end of 2015, but it was delayed to March 2016.
So what is the truth, another delay in the works, and if not, what are these 'last-minute' changes?
It’s a new year, and Guitar Hero Live is bringing some new rock to GHTV
Please see below (inside) for the complete list of tracks which is now available in GHTV via three new Premium Shows: Rock Till You Drop!, AAA Metal, and Indie Pop Hits.
If you been enjoying GHTV on your consoles or tablets, you will be glad to know you can rock away the New Year in style with 3 new shows that have recently been added to their system, here is all the details below along with a few screenshots to get you hooked.
PS4 SELLS THROUGH 5.7 MILLION UNITS WORLDWIDE DURING THE 2015 HOLIDAY SEASON
PS4 Software Sell through 35 Million over the Same Period, PlayStation®Plus Subscribers Increase by 60% at the end of 2015
Say Goodbye to Microsoft Xbox One, Say Even More Goodbye to Nintendo Wii U, and hop onto the PlayStation 4 bandwagon as they are the King of The Hill and moving up fast, even with not very many games or exclusive titles in 2015, Sony still broke all sales records!
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCE) today announced that the PlayStation®4 (PS4) computer entertainment system has sold through more than 5.7 million units*1 during the 2015 holiday season*2. PS4 has now cumulatively sold through more than 35.9 million units globally as of January 3, 2016.
With robust support from users and partners from around the globe, PS4 software sales also remained strong during the 2015 holiday season*2 with more than 35 million*3 copies sold in retail stores worldwide and through digital downloads on PlayStation®Store as of January 3, 2016.
In addition, 60% more users subscribed to PlayStation®Plus (PS Plus) at the end of 2015*4 compared to the same period the previous year*5. Subscribers to PS Plus have access to a wide variety of features such as "Instant Game Collection," which allows members to play full versions of popular titles from third party developers and publishers, as well as from SCE Worldwide Studios, with no time limits or extra costs. PS4 owners have also been enjoying online multiplayer with PS Plus.
"We are absolutely delighted that so many customers have selected PS4 as the best place to play throughout this holiday season and that the PS4 community is growing more than ever," said Andrew House, President and Global CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. "We remain steadfast in our commitment to deliver innovative entertainment experiences, and look forward to bringing an unprecedented games portfolio from third party developers and publishers and SCE Worldwide Studios, including UNCHARTED 4: A Thief's End, New Hot Shots Golf (working title) and The Last Guardian, this coming year."
SCE will continue to expand the world of PS4 to deliver entertainment experiences that are only possible on PlayStation.
The PS4 system is currently available in 124 countries and regions*6 worldwide.
※1 - Number of retail sales to consumers is estimated by SCEI. PS4 sales data in Japan and Asia collected 11/23/2015 - 1/3/2016, in North America, Europe and Latin America collected 11/22/2015 - 1/2/2016.
※2 - 11/23/2015 - 1/3/2016 in Japan and Asia, 11/22/2015 - 1/2/2016 in North America, Latin America and Europe.
※3 - Number of retail sales to consumers is estimated by SCEI. Sales data in Japan collected 2/22/2014 - 1/3/2016, in North America collected 11/15/2013 - 1/2/2016, in Europe and Latin America collected 11/29/2013 - 1/2/2016, and in Asia collected 12/17/2013 - 1/3/2016. Does not include add-on content.
※4 - 11/24/2015 - 12/22/2015.
※5 - 11/24/2014 - 12/22/2014.
※6 - As of 11/16/2015.
Stay Tuned to MaxConsole, as we bring you soon the Holiday PR's spins from Microsoft and Nintendo, it will be neat to see how they counter-attack Sony's PR words in the never-ending next-gen console war, that so far clearly Sony is winning ten-fold over the rest!
Solve the mystery of KLAUS on January 19th on PlayStation 4. - Enjoy the New GamePlay Trailer Below!
La Cosa developers definitely know how to tell a story in a game without interrupting gameplay. KLAUS is much deeper than it looks and is worth playing in what might be the only slow month of the year
Those that attended the PlayStation Experience early last month was able to try out this amazing new game which is now coming out in just over a week first on the PlayStation 4 console, and the new gameplay trailer shows a bit of the action, but the game is much more!
KLAUS, La Cosa Entertainment's 2D puzzle platformer blending high-contrast visuals with a non-intrusive narrative, officially launches on Jan. 19 on PlayStation 4. La Cosa's film-making expertise shines in their latest live-action trailer explaining who, or what, KLAUS is.
Building upon what's already familiar in the puzzle platforming genre, KLAUS combines aesthetics and fluidity in a world of detailed backgrounds, Big Brother-like posters, and a control setup unique to the PS4's DualShock 4 controller to create a game that has already surprised many players at the PlayStation Experience and beyond.
Aside from the deep story, KLAUS also features unique collectible stages that reward the player for discovery and exploration, epic boss battles that will test the skills of a player he or she has learned along the way, and glitch world stages that throw all of the rules out the window.
By this time, you're probably to busy for the holidays to spend time reading new gaming news!
But, if not, feel free to take a look at some of these weird as heck creatures. Man, the imagination of the artists for The Technomancer is crazy.
Well if you got this far you can't be too busy with the holidays so read on for more info about the strange creatures you'll encounter in The Technomancer.
Genetic experiments, mutations and evolution:
The surprising creatures of The Technomancer come to life in a new series of screenshots
The Technomancer, Spiders' new sci-fi RPG, offers a rich and varied bestiary, that you will come across and confront in combat during your journey on Mars. In this new series of screenshots, discover a few of these strange creatures conceived and brought to life by the talented teams at Spiders studios.
Although Mars' red surface is naturally barren and completely devoid of life, hundreds of years of human civilization has led to the creation and evolution of many hybrid species built from the genetic makeup of animals found on Earth. What was first an exercise to create an ecosystem to support the original settlers eventually grew out of control, following the cataclysm that wiped most settlers and isolated Mars from Earth. Mutations and accelerated evolution forged what little life there was into threatening beasts scattered all over the red planet.
While originally bred as domestic animals, the harsh living conditions on Mars led these creatures to develop effective defense mechanisms - poison, camouflage, brute force... The longer Mars is cut off from Earth, the more dangerous Mars' new wildlife grows. They will aggressively defend their territory should you trespass it.
Today's screenshots show a few of these creatures. Mastery of The Technomancer's visceral combat styles and electrical powers should help you survive the bizarre hybrid species of Mars!
Your quest on Mars begins early 2016 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC!
So what do you think, will you be picking up this game in the New Year for your consoles, or it is just too weird of a game to play?
Final 30 Teams are Determined for Call of Duty World League Pro Division Presented by PlayStation®4
Over 800 Teams Competed for Chance to Play for More Than $3 Million in Cash Prizes in Call of Duty: Black Ops III in 2016
After days of fighting over your controller, getting your palms all sweaty, and drinking a ton of Jolt, and burning your eyes in dark room on a TV screen, the field is finally set for the CoD World League Pro Division.
After intense days of regional competitions worldwide, 30 teams from around the globe have successfully secured a coveted spot in the first ever Call of Duty World League (CWL) Pro Division presented by PlayStation®4. More than 800 professional Call of Duty eSports teams across North America, Europe and Australia/New Zealand competed last week for the chance to join the premier Call of Duty eSports circuit. These teams will spend the coming year competing for more than $3 million in cash prizes playing Call of Duty®: Black Ops III, culminating with the Call of Duty Championship Presented by PlayStation 4 in the fall of 2016.
In the North American LAN qualifier, sixteen competed live for eight spots in the CWL Pro Division. The teams were seeded into four groups, with the top two performing teams from each group qualifying into the CWL Pro Division. Team EnVyUs was the only team worldwide to sweep every match, finishing with a perfect 6-0 record to lock in its Pro Division spot. Other North American CWL Pro Division qualifying teams include: OpTic Gaming, Apotheon Esports, Rise Nation, Team eLevate, Team Kaliber, FaZe Clan and compLexity Gaming.
Once the LAN qualifiers were complete, players from all over North America fought it out online in a week long tournament that included more than 460 teams. After hard fought matches, Counter Logic Gaming, Luminosity Gaming, Dream Team and Question Mark all secured their spots as part of the first stage of the inaugural season.
Of the eight European CWL Pro Division teams that competed in the regional finals, the team that finished with the best record hailed from the UK and Ireland, Millenium, who closed with an impressive 6-1 series overall event. Other European Call of Duty World League Pro Division qualifying teams include: Epsilon eSports (UK), Team Infused (UK) and Splyce (UK).
In European online competition more than 350 teams across 19 countries battled for the six open spots in the CWL Pro Division. Three French teams, Team Vitality, Team Spartan and PuLse Gaming, UK teams of excel and NGZB and Giants Gaming from Spain each played at least six matches against top European teams to secure their spots in the CWL Pro Division.
The action continued in Sydney as teams from the Australia/New Zealand region faced off on LAN. Fan favourites were bested in some early drama in the Australia/New Zealand CWL Pro Division. Newcomer Skyfire topped perennial Call of Duty Championship top placer Mindfreak in an early 3-2 victory with both teams eventually qualifying based on final standings. Other Australia/New Zealand CWL Pro Division qualifying teams include: Tainted Minds and Team Immunity.
Four spots were still available in the ANZ online qualifier. Fighting through four rounds of matches, Nv, Fast as boii, OrbitGG and newcomer Pure N3gs all qualified to move on and go for a share of the Stage 1 prize pool.
With incredible Call of Duty: Black Ops III action taking centre stage during the qualifying events and online qualifiers, it is creating a great foundation leading into the CWL Pro Division which will be begin on 5th January.
For the more information about the Call of Duty World League Pro Division Presented by PlayStation 4, to see live matches, and meet all the teams check out CallofDuty.com/esports, and follow @CODWorldLeague on Twitter for the latest coverage and news.
PS Plus subscribers will get to enjoy a 10% launch discount.
Finnish game developer Frozenbyte is excited to announce that Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power has been officially released for PlayStation®4 in North America, and is priced at $21.99.
Its been a while coming, but its finally here the day we can all enjoy the latest Trine game in North America on our PlayStation 4.
The PS4 version is the latest version of the game and has a total of 28 trophies, including a platinum one. The game features local co-op for up to three players, runs at Full HD 1080p 60 fps, and supports Stereoscopic 3D.
About Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power
Experience a fairytale world of breathtaking sceneries and face a myriad of physics-based puzzles, wonderful contraptions, dangerous foes and enchanting creatures.
Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power is a platforming game of action, puzzles and adventure, and the sequel to the award winning Trine and Trine 2. Reunite with the familiar heroes - Pontius the Knight, Amadeus the Wizard and Zoya the Thief in an all-new adventure, now for the first time in full 3D!
A beautiful 3D fantasy world with 7 story-driven Chapters and 11 puzzle-solving, skill-focused Lost Pages
Three playable characters, Pontius the Knight, Zoya the Thief and Amadeus the Wizard, each with their own skills and unique abilities
Share a couch! Local co-op multiplayer support for up to three players (No online multiplayer)
Full HD 1080p with 60 FPS
Support for Stereoscopic 3D (720p)
Mesmerizing soundtrack by award-winning composer Ari Pulkkinen
Full Language Support for English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, and Brazilian-Portuguese, and subtitle support for Italian, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Simplified Chinese and Finnish
So what do you think, have you enjoyed playing Trine 3 on the PC, and now going to switch over to the PS4 version?