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All Articles: Daylight
This week’s PlayStation Store update is very thinky and very shooty. There’s definitely something for everyone… whether you love to use your head or shoot people in theirs.
The thinky side includes Child of Light (PS3, PS4), Ubisoft’s side-scrolling RPG; Daylight (PS4), Atlus’ procedurally-generated horror game; and Yu-Gi-Oh! Millenium Duels (PS3), the latest game in the popular CCG series.
The shooty side is a bit more full with vertically-scrolling shooter Raiden IV: Overkill (PS3), another game adaptation of Rambo (PS3), and the puzzle-shooting of PSone Classic Bust-A-Move 4 (PS3). Also, thugs are prone to shooting at Spider-Man, so let’s throw The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (PS3, PS4) in this category as well.
For those gamers who are looking for something completely different, this week’s final two releases don’t fit in either category. Bandai Namco’s JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle (PS3) is a fighting game based on the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure manga series and Dynasty Warriors 7: Xtreme Legends (PS3) is the latest game in the hack and slash series.
Looking for a sweet horror game to play once it gets a little warmer? Look no further than Zombie’s upcoming Daylight, a procedurally-generated horror game full of scares, puzzles, and… glowsticks? Looks like F.3.A.R. meets Outlast, but with witches instead of asylum inmates.
The developers recently sat down with IGN and revealed that Daylight will be out on April 8 for the PC and PlayStation 4.
Atlus has released a new trailer for its upcoming procedurally-generated horror game Daylight. The PC and PS4 game is in development at Zombie Studios and both publisher and developer have warned “Don’t Look Back” as you watch.
The trailer shows the female protagonist waking up in a derelict hospital and being taunted by her mysterious captor, as well as other spooky voices. It certainly sells the creepiness and feeling of isolation, thanks in part to the graphics powered by the Unreal Engine 4. In addition to the randomly generated levels, the game’s main character will have to fend off the evil within using the magic of their mobile phone, which ingeniously helps players light their way through the level while also showing a map of the area. The above video also shows the main character wielding other items such as scissors and a Holy Bible.
Daylight is expected to be released in the first half of 2014, but no date has been set. When it does hit, expect it to send shivers down your spine.