Horror games have taken a long and winding road, from puzzle-oriented adventures like Alone in the Dark to run-and-gun actioners like Dead Space. Vector Cell's new PSN-exclusive horror title Amy brings a more traditional horror experience, and even has the feel of a horror movie. Check out some developer videos after the jump!
Stealth games are usually about sneaking up on some poor guard and quietly disposing of him. Sly Cooper, on the other hand, has always been about sneaking up on some poor guard, quietly taking everything of value on him, and disappearing without a trace. Which sounds tougher? The original trilogy is on its way to PSN, redone in HD--find out more after the jump!
While it doesn't make the tournament circuits like other fighters, there's still plenty of love for Capcom's Darkstalkers games thanks to their beloved characters and inimitable style. The first in the series, Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors, is headed to PSN--head past the jump to find out more!
Sunrise is celebrating the digital release of the latest episode of the Gundam Unicorn saga by opening up yet another Gundam-themed YouTube channel and more Playstation Home streams. Find out all the details after the jump.
2011 will no doubt come to be known as a banner year for HD upgrades and classic rereleases. Get primed for the return of Sonic CD—originally released for the Sega CD add-on hardware in 1993—with a fresh trailer after the jump!
Poor Sony, it just can't catch a break when it comes to those nefarious hackers. Though the service isn't down this time, a number of PlayStation Network and Sony Online Entertainment accounts have been compromised in a mass log-in attempt. Hit the jump for more.
Sony's latest promotional campaign is putting a lot of emphasis on the exclusive titles available on PlayStation Network, from PSN games like Rochard to DLC like inFAMOUS Festival of Blood. Also in the mix: PlayStation 2 classics. Hit the jump for more.
Any news of Reverge Labs' Skullgirls is met with a lot of hard-earned excitement. Its offbeat all-female cast and high level of detail in its animation are some of its best points, but with every new trailer we get to see more of the "competition-level fighter" that Reverge is trying to build. Hit the jump to see the trailer for Skullgirls' newest fighter, the parasol-wielding Parasoul.
Not long after releasing flOw as a free Flash title in 2006, Jenova Chen's thatgamecompany was tapped to release a reworked version on PlayStation Network, and that's where the developer's titles have been headed ever since. Next up is Journey, which has finally been given a release window of spring 2012. Hit the jump for more.
After Arc the Lad and Alundra made it to PSN last year, we haven't heard a peep about further releases from the now-defunct Working Designs. Well, wait no more! Details and a little history for those unfamiliar with this oldie but goodie after the jump.
The PlayStation had what is arguably one of the best libraries for fans of RPGs. Since its debut, titles have been trickling onto PSN to let gamers experience classic titles again, or just pick up and check out the ones they've missed. Hit the jump to see more about two new titles on their way.
It should go without saying, especially here, that Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy VI are two of Square's finest moments. Whether you've played them a hundred times or not at all, you'll soon be able to do so on PS3 and PSP, because both RPG classics hit PlayStation Network this week. More after the jump.
In 1999, Capcom put out the single best version of what is possibly their single best fighting game. Now, we're able to not only experience it again in all its glory, but we're able to experience the best version possible with plenty of new features. Welcome to the world of Street Fighter III—hit the jump to prepare for battle.
Grasshopper Manufacture—AKA the busiest darn developer on the block—has teamed up with Digital Reality for Sine Mora, a shooter bound for Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network. Hit the jump to check out the first trailer.
Did you miss out on Capcom's Breath of Fire IV when it first hit PlayStation (One) in 2000? Even if you didn't, you may want to revisit the game when it hits PlayStation Network on August 16. More after the jump.