Also this week there are several new arrivals on PlayStation 4, from Ghost Giant to World War Z, passing through many other interesting titles. Let’s see in detail what’s new on the rich menu of the Sony console.
First of all, on the PS4 the Anniversary Collection Arcade Classics is coming, which as easily understood from the title, is a nostalgic collection of arcade classics of the past, by Konami, which includes eight old glories of the 80s.
Crossovers for PS4 and PS Vita come with crossovers for over 200 levels, while RPG fanatics can take a look at Dark Quest 2, and its turn-based combat system.
Ghost Giant is instead an adventure in Virtual Reality by the authors of Fe, Flipping Death and Stick it to the Man. Then it’s up to God’s Trigger, an action-packed with explosions and blood playable in both single-player and co-op.
Also noteworthy is the narrative title Heaven’s Vault, the amusing Iron Snout, in which you will impersonate a piglet who became an expert in martial arts to take revenge on the wolves, and My Time at Portia, a kind of rich management quest.
Space is also given to Japanese visual novels, Nurse Love Syndrome Re: Therapy and Our World is Ended, to the fun indie Please Don’t Touch Anything, and to two billiard-related titles: Snooker and Snooker Nation Championship.
They arrive finally QuiVR, an action VR in which you use a bow and arrow, the RPG always in VR, Table of Tales, the free-to-play online World of Warship: Legends and the expected shooter zombie-themed World War Z.