“We have great news for all our Uncharted fans – Amy, Justin, and the team are hard at work on an amazing new installment of the Uncharted series to be released exclusively on the PlayStation 4 system,” wrote Hennig. “Our goal is to continue what we’ve done in previous console generations and once again deliver the best in storytelling, performance capture, technical innovation and graphics on the PS4. We can confirm that the voiceover is performed by Todd Stashwick and he will play a character in the game.”
Elsewhere, Halo-creator Bungie announced that the beta for online shooter Destiny will be open first to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 owners, and released new in-game footage of the highly anticipated title, which you can see below.
After a few Twitter-based teases, XSeed games has announced that Nihon Falcom’s RPG The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Second Chapter is on its way to North America as a PSN download for PSP (Vita compatible). The new game, as well as its predecessor, will also become available on PC via Steam. This makes sense, as they were both PC games originally.
No specific release dates have been set for these projects. The Steam version of the original Trails in the Sky is expected this winter, while the sequel is set to come at an unspecified time in 2014.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky was met with love when it arrived on North American PSPs two years ago. Unfortunately, the games in this series have quite a bit of text, and translating it is notoriously hard; this severely limited the progress that a small company like XSeed could realistically make on such a project. To the stated delight of the loyal fans and XSeed staff members alike, the long wait is finally coming to an end.
Well, isn’t this interesting? After Amazon France previously listed Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus for PlayStation Vita following the original game announcement, they quickly took it down, something that could’ve easily been seen as an error, rather than a confirmation that it’s coming to Vita, along with the PS3 version.
Now, though, Amazon France has added a listing for a Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus (just known as Nexus in Europe)PlayStation Vita Bundle with a 4GB Memory Card for EUR199.99 and a release date of November 6th. Though there still isn’t any official confirmation (or even a hint) from Sony that Nexus is coming to PlayStation Vita, this adds some fuel to the fire.
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