Namco Bandai follows up its second Ace Combat Infinity teaser from early August with a new one focused on a game mode that's heavy on co-op play, but with a slight twist. Hit the jump for the footage.
In rain players take control of an invisible boy whose silhouette can only be seen in the rain. Originally unveiled at Gamescom, rain comes from PlayStation C.A.M.P! (Tokyo Jungle, echochrome), and a new clip of gameplay footage reveals what looks to be a really interesting journey. Check it out after the jump.
It's one thing for PlayStation 4 to not be backwards compatible with PlayStation 3 media. Sony took backwards compatibility out of PS3, after all, so it was expected. It is disappointing, however, to learn that players will not be able to carry over current-gen PSN purchases to PS4. Read on for more.
One of the more intriguing game premises to be announced at the GamesCom trade show is currently using the working title Rain. The game for PSN, developed by Sony's Japan Studio is a bit reminiscent of the chase scene in Ghost in the Shell. You play as an invisible boy who can only be seen in the rain, when the water picks out his outline. Get a look after the jump.
Overall, the PlayStation 2 had one of the best libraries in gaming history in terms of quality and quantity. Some of the system's best, as well as PS2 ports of hard-to-find classics, are headed to the Japanese PSN! Hit the jump for more info!
"Game of the Year" editions that include downloadable content are a nice incentive to pick up major titles you've missed. After the jump, take a look at the PSN Ultimate Editions of new classics like Red Dead Redemption, L.A. Noire and more!
2D platformers were a rarity in the early days of the PSOne, and Tomba! was among the best. Hit the jump to see when the PSOne cult classic is headed to the PlayStation Network!