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Down the Rabbit Hole, a prequel to Alice In Wonderland from Cortopia Studios, is coming to VR headsets March 26.
Those Who Remain will arrive in May as a standard edition and a deluxe edition.
Pirates can expect to see the cannonballs destroying their ship.
The Steam version and the PS4 version of Granblue Fantasy Versus will not share servers, Narmaya joins the PS4 Japanese version on March 3.
The farming simulator looks to be getting even bigger.
The realistic shooter hits consoles this year.
Tactical RPG, strategy simulation game Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia is coming to Switch this June alongside its beautiful artwork by Raita Kazama.
Whether you want to go fast or slay some giants, the PS Plus March 2020 games lineup has you covered with Sonic Forces and Shadow of the Colossus.
In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, Paramount Pictures has announced it'll be delaying the Chinese release of Sonic the Hedgehog.
Months after acquiring Beat Saber developer Beat Games, Facebook has announced they've purchased Sanzaru Games.
Everyone and their Jack Frost knew Persona 5's sequel, Persona 5 Scramble The Phantom Strikers, would top sales charts the week of its release in Japan.
MLB The Show 20 adds Online Custom Seasons to replace some of what was lost when Sony San Diego got rid of the popular Online Franchise mode last year.
Project G.G. by PlatinumGames and Hideki Kamiya is the final part of the Hero Trilogy following Viewtiful Joe and The Wonderful 101.
VVVtune, the PS4 action RPG celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Neptunia franchise, gets its first gameplay trailer and Japanese release date.
Square Enix president Yosuke Matsuda also mentioned the delay of Final Fantasy VII Remake didn't affect the schedule of other ongoing projects.
Cuphead is famous for its difficulty, but thanks to a modder, a new assist mode mod inspired by Celeste is now available.
DOOM Eternal is NOT like this.
Jinkies, this looks like a board game match made in heaven.
Dengeki PlayStation magazine ceases publication, but none of its content is going anywhere and will still be distributed via the usual Dengeki PS Live streams.