Category: PlayStation

Otome dating sim C14 Dating digging its way onto consoles

Ratalaika Games & Winter Wolves Games announced that C14 Dating has released for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 consoles.


C14 Dating is an otome dating sim that combines archaeology, friendships and love.

You play as Melissa Flores, a 3rd year anthropology student participating in a summer archaeological internship. The field school takes place in Belgium, over 5000 miles away from your native California!

You get to excavate at an authentic prehistoric site, which has uncovered Neanderthal remains in the past.

Maybe you’ll dig up some bones, or even unearth tools that were manufactured by early humans.

And of course, you might forge friendships and find romance during your stay…


Features:

  • Play as Melissa, anthropology student abroad on a summer internship
  • Romance Deandre, Hendrik, Kyler and Shoji
  • Dating sim gameplay with optional archaeological minigames
  • Beautiful manga artwork and original soundtrack
  • Secret yuri romance option
  • A different cast with some very unique characters!

C14 Dating will be priced for 19.99 $ / € for all platforms, and is out now for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 consoles.

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Delayed

TT Games released a statement on Twitter that the intended release date of Spring 2021 of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga has been pushed back to a later date.

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will adapt all 9 films, and will release on Nintendo Switch, Xbox, PlayStation and PC.

Source: Twitter

Atelier Ryza 1 Million Units Celebratory Free DLC Announced

Koei Tecmo announced free custom DLC for Atelier Ryza and Atelier Ryza 2 to celebrate the series shipping 1 million units.

Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout will receive the “White Lily of Summer” costume. Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy the “High Summer Formal” costume.

When answering a fan question about a possible Atelier Ryza series character designer Toridamono responded with:

“I know a little bit… But you know, well, I can’t really say anything.”

Source: Gematsu

Limited Run Games has DOOM The Classics Collection ready for preorder soon!

The fine folks over at Limited Run Games have DOOM The Classics Collection ready for preorder on Friday, April 2nd 10am ET.

Only available for Nintendo Switch and the PlayStation 4.

That’s not all! Limited Run Games also have a special edition of the DOOM The Classics Collection too.

It will feature a replica keycard, DOOM disk USB, steelbook and more. This edition will be available for a four week period starting from Friday, April 2nd, 10am ET.

And lastly the premium edition which includes everything the special edition offers but with added bonuses such as a DOOM shadowbox with lights, sounds inside a premium windowed CE box.

Source: Limited Run Games

PlayStation Store Shut Down Date Announced for PS3, PS Vita and PSP

In an email sent out to customers PlayStation confirmed it will be shutting down the PlayStation Store for PlayStation 3 and PSP on July 2, 2021, and the PSN Store for the Vita on August 27, 2021.

Customers will still be able to re-download and play previously purchased games and video, and still redeem games and PlayStation Plus vouchers.

However, new PS3, Vita, and PSP purchases will cease, and players can no longer make in-game purchases or redeem PSN wallet funds on PS3, Vita, or PSP once the stores close.

Source: IGN

Balan Wonderworld Gets Day One Patch for “Flashing Bug” That Could Cause Epilepsy

Balan Wonderworld has just been released, but there’s a dangerous “bug” if left unpatched.

On Thursday a video was uploaded to YouTube featuring a crucial fight scene. (That video is actually dangerous, so please be warned.) Not only does the scene feature flashing effects, it rapid-fires a series of white on background flashes.

This has lead to people experiencing epileptic seizures and even people with no prior neurological complaints weren’t unaffected.

This is the second such incident in recent times, with Cyberpunk 2077 also featuring epilepsy inducing scenes.

Source: The Verge

OVERCOOKED! ALL YOU CAN EAT Available on Multiple Platforms TODAY

Team17 and Ghost Town Games have today launched Overcooked! All You Can Eat on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Steam, and Xbox One. Debuting in 2020 on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5, this full remake of Overcooked! and Overcooked! 2 offers up all 200+ levels from both games (including their downloadable content), seven new kitchens, three new chefs, and a brand-new assist mode, all remade in up to 4K and running at a delicious 60fps (30fps on the Nintendo Switch). For the first time in the series, cross-platform multiplayer has also been introduced, allowing chefs to play all levels online with other players, regardless of platform.

Alongside the 80+ playable chefs on offer, the original calamitous food connoisseur, Disney’s The Muppets’ Swedish Chef, is also available to download for free until 30th April for all Overcooked! All You Can Eat players. Overcooked! All You Can Eat also includes new accessibility options and an assist mode, which adds the option to increase level times; boost scores awarded for each meal; lengthen recipe times, and the ability to turn off order expiration. The accessibility options include colour-blind friendly chef indicators, a scalable user interface, and the ability to enable dyslexia friendly text. 

Overcooked! All You Can Eat Key Features:

  • Every mouthful: Includes every piece of Overcooked! and Overcooked! 2 content, remastered and available in 60 frames per second (30fps on Switch) in up to 4K resolution
  • Multiple multiplayer courses: Levels originally from Overcooked! are playable with online multiplayer support for the very first time, with every Overcooked! All You Can Eat kitchen also featuring cross-play functionality
  • Exclusive new kitchens & cooks: New levels, new chefs, and additional skins for every single chef – all exclusive to Overcooked! All You Can Eat
  • Trophies/Achievements: Brand new trophy and achievement sets for players to unlock
  • Cooking for all: Accessibility options and a new assist mode opens the game to more players than ever before.

Overcooked! All You Can Eat is available digitally on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Steam for $39.99/ €39.99/ £29.99, and on PlayStation 4 for $39.99/ €39.99/ £30.49.

Players who already own Overcooked! or Overcooked! 2 on Steam, Xbox, or Nintendo Switch will be eligible for a 15% discount on Overcooked! All You Can Eat from 23rd March until 11th April.

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