Soul Sacrifice is finally released in Europe this week. I hope most of you will get the game and start playing as soon as possible.
My team has put a lot of spirit and passionate work into this great title and I’m very proud of it. Once you play the game, you’ll be able to tell that I’ve sacrificed a lot to create this game. Please try and see what it’s like to sacrifice you, your friends and everything to enjoy this game to the fullest. (more…)
Good morning PlayStation nation! I just wanted to stop by and pass on an exciting piece of news for those who’ve been following thatgamecompany‘s acclaimed adventure, Journey. After winning numerous awards worldwide we are bringing Journey Collector’s Edition to Europe due to popular demand.
Available from today on PlayStation Store, priced at €19.99/£15.99, Journey Collector’s Edition is a compilation showcasing the work of thatgamecompany. In addition to Journey, it also includes the studio’s other creations Flower and flOw. These are the titles that made the studio’s name and undoubtedly deserve a play. The simplicity of flOw and the beauty of Flower will capture gamers’ attention in just the same way that Journey did. (more…)
We’re almost there. ibb and obb is nearing completion and we hope to release the game on PSN this May.
Getting to this point has been quite an adventure. Currently there are between four and ten people working on the project, but around seven years ago this all started with my graduation project and I could only dream of where it is right now.
I studied industrial design and always thought I would become a product designer. But over the course of my studies my interest for product design faded and at the same time it felt like something new was happening in the game industry.
It was around the time that Katamari Damacy made its first appearance on PlayStation. I loved it and to me it signalled a start of more original titles finding their way to a larger audience. I strongly wanted to be part of this change and decided to focus my graduation project on game design.
When we created a game called Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, we meant it. “But,” you might have asked, “what about playing against other Scott Pilgrim fans from around the world?”
Sure, our side-scrolling beat ‘em up based on Bryan Lee O’Malley’s award-winning graphic novels let’s you play as everyone’s favourite lovable loser: the titular Mr. Pilgrim. And yes, you could team up with your pals for some couch co-op, playing as one of Scott’s kooky cohorts in this charmingly 8-bit retro-gaming world (all while rocking to the chiptune sounds of Anamanaguchi). But what about online multiplayer?
With the latest downloadable content, your question has been answered. Out this week on PlayStation Network for £3.99/€4.99, this new DLC not only adds Wallace Wells to the roster, but also brings online multiplayer to the game.
No more crowding on the couch (unless, of course, you want to… but that’s your business). Instead, you can summon your pals from around the world to take on Ramona Flowers’ evil exes – and earn four new Trophies while you’re at it!
Today we’re happy to unveil a brand new trailer showcasing the single player campaign of God of War: Ascension. This is probably what all of you have been waiting for so please enjoy:
We’re also very pleased to announce that tomorrow (Wed 27th February) our Ascension single-player demo will be available to ALL PlayStation Network users. Become Kratos and escape the epic Prison of the Damned. God of War: Ascension‘s demo will allow players to explore and master the legendary Spartan’s new advanced combat: