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Gearbox Software wants to take players on a trip to a galaxy far, far away this week… but it’s not the one you’re thinking of. Their “Hero Shooter,” Battleborn, is now available to download for the PS4 through the PlayStation Store. Players will be able to choose from more than 25 unique “Badasses” as they battle a madman for control of the last star in both single-player and cooperative multiplayer modes.
Also new to the PlayStation Store this week is Neverending Nightmares, a psychological horror game, with an Edward Gorey-inspired art style, that’s available as a Cross-Buy purchase on both the PS4 and PS Vita.
Finally this week, PS4 players will get the chance to reach back into the past to play some of the greatest games of yesteryear on their new-generation console. These classics include Shadow Complex Remastered, a modern-day “MetroidVania” from Chair Entertainment; and The King of Fighters 2000, the latest PS2-On-PS4 re-release.
More information on all of these games can be found after the break. And, as always, a complete rundown of this week’s new game add-ons and discounts (including a big “Star Wars Day/May the 4th Be With You” sale) is available at the PlayStation Blog. (more…)
Chair has announced that their remade Metroidvania, Shadow Complex Remastered, will be released for the PS4 on May 3. Creative Director Donald Mustard gave PS4 owners a brief rundown on what to expect from the side-scroller over on the PlayStation Blog:
Shadow Complex Remastered gives you all of the original game content, updated with graphical enhancements, and additional Master Challenges. We’ve also added some fun surprises like all-new dynamic melee take-downs, so you can feel even more awesome when you’re stealing the bad guys’ tech and using it against them!
Shadow Complex was originally released for the Xbox 360 in 2009. The Remastered edition launched for the PC last year, and came to the Xbox One last month. Shadow Complex Remastered is the first time that PlayStation owners of any stripe will get to experience it for themselves.
Shadow Complex Remastered is now available to download through the Xbox Games Store, and looks like it’ll also be released for the PS4 soon.
In a post on their official website, Epic Games confirmed that the modern-day “Metroidvania” will be released for the PS4 in May. The game will also be added to Steam in May, though PC players can purchase it now through ShadowComplex.com.
Shadow Complex Remastered was developed by Chair Entertainment and it was originally released as an Xbox 360-exclusive back in 2009.
It’s a big day for the Xbox Games Store as seven new Xbox One titles are now available to download.
Leading things off is EA’s EA Sports UFC 2. As you might expect from its numerical suffix, UFC 2 is EA’s second stab at a mixed martial arts simulation. The megapublisher has added hundreds of fighters to the game as well as improved the “Knockout Physics System” in an attempt to create the most authentic MMA adaptation ever.
Also available today is Shadow Complex Remastered, Chair’s modern-day take on the “Metroidvania” genre. Originally released for the Xbox 360 in 2009, the remastered edition of the game includes enhanced graphics, all-new dynamic melee take-downs, and additional Achievements and Master Challenges. A second side-scroller will get an Xbox One re-release today as Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse is also now available to download. WayForward has promised that the third game in the Shantae series is the biggest yet, and the first to debut on the Xbox One.
Finally today, Amplitude will bring Dungeon of the Endless and its unique “Rogue-Like Dungeon-Defense” hybrid to the Xbox One.
More information on all of these games (and several other new releases) can be found after the break. (more…)