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Dreamfall Chapters from Red Thread Games and Deep Silver is now available on PlayStation 4. This is an adventure game that was funded on Kickstarter thanks to the support of over 20,000 backers who pledged more than $1.5 million to make it happen. It was first made available as an episodic release, but now PS4 owners get to enjoy the complete story in a single package. Is it a game you have to play on Sony’s console? Read our Dreamfall Chapters review to find out!
Risen 3: Titan Lords – Enhanced Edition brings Risen 3: Titan Lords to the PlayStation 4. It improves on the game’s look and it includes all DLC released for the game on PlayStation 3 to give us the definitive version. Come read our Risen 3: Titan Lords – Enhanced Edition review!
Deadlight: Director’s Cut from developers Tequila Works and Abstraction Games and publisher Deep Silver is a fun puzzle/platformer post-apocalyptic release where you must survive against the zombie onslaught. This one takes place in an alternate reality Seattle back in 1986 where the undead have taken over. Want to learn more? Then read our Deadlight: Director’s Cut review!
Dead Island Definitive Collection from Deep Silver brings the beloved Dead Island and Dead Island: Riptide to the PlayStation 4 with massive upgrades to both games thanks to the studio using their latest engine to boost performance. Come read our review for the Dead Island Definitive Collection to see why it would make a great addition to your PlayStation 4 collection!
Homefront: The Revolution has finally seen a release on PlayStation 4! After starting its journey at THQ, a company that ended up filing for Chapter 11 after it went broke, the rights to the game were sold to Crytek who planned to co-publish the game along with Deep Silver. But Crytek then ran into financial issues, so it ended up selling the Homefront IP to Koch Media, parent company of Deep Silver… who is now publishing Homefront: The Revolution on PlayStation 4. With that out of the way, check our Homefront: The Revolution review!