If you think golf sims are too gentile, Dangerous Golf trades hushed tones and sedate play for exploding golf balls and wanton destruction. The title is the debut from Three Fields Entertainment, a new company from the co-founders of Burnout developer Criterion Games. In a tweet, the company revealed that it will arrive June 3rd on the Xbox One, PS4 and Windows PCs.
Source: Three Fields Entertainment (Twitter)
4C-B7X – The Upwell Consortium has announced “Capsuleer Day” in a press conference this afternoon that also celebrated the final construction and onlining of the cluster’s first independently owned and commercially operated Fortizar class Citadel.
During the press conference, Yani Sar Arteu, Chief Executive of Outer Ring Excavations, praised “the commitment, industrial might and tenacity of Hard Knocks Citizens, who have been confirmed to be the first to erect a Fortizar class Citadel.”
Continuing the briefing, the recently reinstated leader of ORE and now Chairman of the Upwell Consortium confirmed that the organization would be honoring all capsuleers with the gift of an Upwell themed SKIN for every active pilot’s capsule, plus the issue of festival launchers and pyrotechnics to aid in this coming weekend’s celebrations, starting May 6th.
Friday, May 6th marks the thirteenth anniversary of the day on which the first commercial capsuleer licenses were authorized and issued, allowing independent capsuleer pilots to take to the skies.
It is expected that this weekend will see celebrations across the cluster to mark the occasion, with the Upwell Consortium reiterating that rapid advancements in both colonization and modular construction technology herald the dawn of a new age for the growth of capsuleer infrastructure.
Persona, one of the most stylish and contemporary JRPG franchises, is almost ready to make its debut on the PlayStation 4. Developer Atlus held an event today in Japan for the next instalment, Persona 5, dropping a new trailer and plenty of tantalizing gameplay details. More important, however, is the game's new release date: September 15th, 2016. For now that's strictly a Japan date -- there's no word on when a localized version will launch on the PS3 and PS4 in the West. Still, it's a promising development given the game has been delayed multiple times.
Source: Atlus (YouTube)
Aside from minor tweaks for brightness and contrast, everything in this National Geographic-inspired gallery was captured entirely within the photo mode of Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. And while the images don't contain any story spoilers from the first 11 chapters of the game, if you're looking to go in completely blind, you should avert your eyes.
Amazing visuals are part of the Uncharted series' DNA, and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is no exception. The difference here is that the previous three installments didn't feature a photo mode when they debuted on PlayStation 3. And to be clear, this isn't even the first PS4 game with a photo mode -- that would be Infamous: Second Son -- but this is the first one that I want to keep playing. That's because taking screenshots here is as fun as working through the narrative itself.