Sony revealed quite a bit at its PlayStation Experience keynote over the weekend. So much in fact that it's probably best to take it all in at once, in a sensory overload of awesome. We're talking new looks and announcements for the Final Fantasy VII Remake, Uncharted 4, Street Fighter V, and more. Click through for all the trailer goodness you can handle. And then some.
And it comes with The Following expansion plus a whole slew of upgrades and improvements. With a release date of February 9, 2016 (same day as the expansion) the Enhanced Edition is just about a Game of the Year Edition as it also comes packed with the Season Pass content. And a whole slew of upgrades and improvements. Hey, that's the second time you mentioned slew and whole! What gives? Well, that's because Dying Light: Enhanced Edition also comes with improved character models, new animations, a new legend system, harder difficulty modes, audio upgrades, and more.
And say bye-bye to pixels, as the updated art looks every bit like a Chuck Jones-inspired cartoon. Which was the original intention for the classic '90s LucasArts adventure game co-designed by Tim Schafer and Dave Grossman, so all's well that ends well. But wait, there's more! And to alleviate the burning question as to whether or not Tim Schafer and Double Fine will remaster all of his classic LucasArts titles, the answer is yes! That's right, we can also expect to see Full Throttle Remastered on PC and PlayStation sometime in 2017.
With the in-game character reveals we've been getting over the past month all we could gather was that Paragon was a multiplayer game of sorts. Now we know that Paragon, from the developer behind Unreal Tounrament, is a MOBA and headed to PC and PlayStation 4 in 2016, with paid Early Access and an Open Beta expected sometime mid-next year. Running on the latest Unreal Engine 4 it definitely looks impressive. Announcement and gameplay trailer after the jump.
What, no Kickstater? Nope, this time Double Fine is taking its latest effort, the triumphant return of Psychonauts, to Fig. With reward options and tiers Fig may look a lot like Kickstarter, but it's a platform that actually lets you invest in the development of a project. So putting money towards the development of Psychonauts 2 could potentially result in a fairly decent return. And for those that simply want a cool t-shirt, soundtrack and digital copy of the game, there's that too.
Star Citizen has become one of those games you hear about being in development, somehow still adding funds and always looking better and better every time you decide to see where it's at now. A new trailer from the 2.0 alpha that premiered at The Game Awards 2015 is showing us that this potential gem of a game is coming along very, very nicely.
That's right, a Batman game from Telltale Games. Announced at the The Game Awards, via a teaser video, all we really know at this point is that it'll debut sometime in 2016. And that it'll be episodic. And that it'll probably have no issues running on modern PC hardware. Okay, so that's probably a little mean. But we don't have much to go on, other than our excitement. In other Telltale news it looks like we're getting more Walking Dead in the form of a spin-off series beginning in February.
Right now! Like, right this second. And last second, and probably the next too. So why waste your time reading this when you can grab a free copy of Shadow Complex Remastered for PC! Oh, you're waiting for a link. Well, yeah, sorry about that. I put it somewhere. Where was it? Oh, here it is. The 2009 side-scrolling action game from Epic Games is free for all PC owners for the holiday period.