If you subscribe to PlayStation Plus, you can download Shadow of the Colossus and Sonic Forces for free starting on March 3. You'll have until April 6 to get both of these games. You also have until March 2 to download February's free games, which are BioShock: The Collection, Firewall Zero Hour, and The Sims 4.
Shadow of the Colossus is a must-play game that scored a 9 out of 10 rating from Game Informer's review. If you haven't played the game since it originally released on PlayStation 2, this enhanced PlayStation 4 version features all-new visuals, 4k display options, and the ability to play it at 60 frames per second on PlayStation 4 Pro.
Sonic Forces didn't fare as well, scoring just a 6.5 out of 10 in our review. People are high on Sonic right now after the surprisingly fun movie, so this game may be worth a look if you want to see what he's been up to in games.
Lastly, on March 27, PlayStation Plus subscribers can check out Predator: Hunting Gro..
Yacht Club Games has announced Shovel Knight Pocket Dungeon, an all-new puzzle game created in collaboration with developer Vine. Following the upcoming releases of Cyber Shadow and Shovel Knight Dig, Shovel Knight Pocket Dungeon will be the third title Yacht Club Games has made in collaboration with an external game development team.
Shovel Knight Pocket Dungeon combines rogue-lite, dungeon-crawling elements with the traditional dropping-tile puzzle game formula. You move around as your selected character, trading damage with enemies and collecting potions. You encounter all kinds of recognizable characters from the various Shovel Knight campaigns to this point, but you'll also meet Puzzle Knight, a brilliant puzzle master who leads Shovel Knight on the quest.
You can check out the first trailer below.
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No further details regarding platforms, release window, or price are currently available. Yacht Club Games says its still “in the thick of dev..
Click to watch embedded media The trailer above gives you a little taste of the vibe developer Harmonix and publisher NCSoft are trying to achieve in Harmonix's new music-mixing game, Fuser. The video below shows you a small sliver of gameplay. As you can see, you suit up as a DJ and are tasked to blend songs in realtime into something unique. Fuser offers more than 100 songs from 50 Cent's “In Da Club” to Lady Gaga's “Born This Way.”
Harmonix bills Fuser as a “nonstop virtual music festival where you control the music.” You'll do this through a campaign in which you must win over the crowd to unlock new content, or simply freestyle to make mixes you can share with friends. You can also play with them in an online multiplayer mode. Unlike most of Harmonix's music games, you won't need a specific peripheral to mix music – you can use a controller. Fuser is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC in 2020.
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You want Overwatch 2. We want Overwatch 2. No one knows when that day will be just yet, but for now, Blizzard is making sure we have reasons to keep playing the original game. Today delivers one good reason to boot up the original once again. If you can rack up nine wins, you'll unlock a festive Mardi Gras skin for Ashe (and B.O.B.). If you immediately thought Ashe looks a little bit like Harley Quinn, you are not alone – we had the same takeaway.
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Like all of Overwatch's recent challenges, this Mardi Gras-themed one can be completed by getting wins in any mode. At three wins you'll earn new icons for Ashe, another three wins unlocks a spray for her, and then you just need three more victories to get that awesome new skin. If you want another five sprays for Ashe, you can get one for watching two hours of Overwatch streams on Twitch, two more for another two hours viewed, and yet another two for two more.
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Microsoft has announced March's Games With Gold titles free for a limited time for Xbox Live Gold members, featuring a range of genres.
Batman: The Enemy Within – The Complete Season kicks things off on Xbox One, and is available March 1 to the end of the month.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2, via backward compatibility, runs from March 1 to 15 on Xbox One and the 360.
Sonic Generations, also via backward compatibility, starts on March 16 and goes to the end of the month on Xbox One and the 360.
Finally, Shantae: Half-Genie Hero on Xbox One starts mid-month (March 16), but doesn't end until the following month on April 15.
All too often players can find themselves picking up a game for current gen only to have to repurchase the game on new hardware when it becomes available. Today, CD Projekt Red announced that Cyberpunk 2077 players on Xbox One will get the upgrade to the Series X when it arrives absolutely free.
This should inspire some purchase confidence for those looking to play the game at its best – you'll get to play it on launch on the Xbox One and then get the more powerful version for free on the Series X when it arrives at no additional cost.
Gamers should never be forced to purchase the same game twice or pay for upgrades. Owners of #Cyberpunk2077 for Xbox One will receive the Xbox Series X upgrade for free when available. https://t.co/nfkfFLj85w
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) February 24, 2020
I mean, we're all going to play through the game at least twice anyway, right?