In Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice coming to PS4 next week you're the “one-armed wolf,” a disgraced and disfigured warrior bound to protect a young lord as you become the target of many vicious enemies. When the young lord is captured, nothing will stop you to regain your honor... not even death itself in FromSoftware's latest ninja video game.
Below is a summary of what else is heading to PlayStation next week courtesy of Sony Social Media Manager Justin Massongill, as follows:
Here are the deets on the two-toned green and white finish DS4 Controller straight from Platforms Product Marketing Manager Steve Schwartz, to quote:
The new controller features a contrasting green and white color with golden arrows around the directional buttons. Pick one up to refresh your setup this spring and add some extra style to your play!
Alpine Green will be available across retailers in U.S. and Canada in April for $64.99 USD (MSRP) / $74.99 CAD (MSRP), while supplies last. Click HERE for pre-order details, or check your local retailers for availability.
For old skool video gaming fans like myself, recently the AssembleTeam announced that Leisure Suit Larry: Wet Dreams Don't Dry is coming to PlayStation 4 in Q2 of 2019 with a trailer video below from Assemble Entertainment's YouTube Channel.
Amid all the recent drama over Sony censoring games on PlayStation platforms this title should keep them busy for quite awhile, as back in the day Leisure Suit Larry games were among the more risqué available from Sierra On-Line for the PC.
Last fall creator Al Lowe tossed the original Leisure Suit Larry 1 source code up on eBay but then later removed the listing, however, below is a video tour of files, original game boxes, hint books and more for those who enjoy a blast from the past!
According to Ostrog.com, to quote: This latest installment has Larry experiencing everything the Internet Age has to offer, with a strong focus on online dating and social media.
With Xenon Racer, the aim was to create an old school arcade racer, where players can have uncomplicated fun right from the start. We chose a futuristic theme, which fits the arcade vibe and allowed us to use our imagination and creativity when designing tracks, cars and buildings.
In the Free Edition, you can play online and offline battles with four pre-selected characters. The characters change weekly.
Story mode is not available in the Free Edition.
Some aspects of the Free Edition differ from the full version of the game (in addition to the differences described above).
You must be a PlayStation Plus member and have a stable Internet connection to play online multiplayer mode.
There are two types of characters: the 28 from the full version, who appear in the weekly lineup for the Free Edition, and DLC characters, who won't appear in the weekly lineup. Please be aware of this when purchasing starter packs.
You can battle online against users from the full version.
You can carry over your Free Edition save data to the full version.