We evaluate all Sony ads during the latest state of play for Japanese games.
On March 9, Sony held its State of Play broadcast, just a month after showing off the gameplay of Gran Turismo 7. This time, the company focused on productions from Japanese studios, announcing several new action-adventure fighting games, as well as a few more. Role play. Check out all the State of Play announcements below, with a video summary at the end of the article.
After Street Fighter 6, Capcom unveils a new franchise called Exoprimal. In this game, players team up with four other people, equipped with special exoskeletons, to fight an army of dinosaurs. Unleash into the heart of a terrifying city, destroying everything in their path and your goal is to stop them and shut down the whirlpools from which they came. To discover this title, Sony is giving us a date on PS4 and PS5, not in 2043, but in 2023.
Ghost Wire: Tokyo
A few days before its release, on March 25, Ghostwire: Tokyo was revealed in a new trailer, which certainly won’t be the last. As a reminder, this will be a temporary PS5 exclusive in which you play as Akito, a survivor who must save the city of Tokyo, who is suddenly depopulated but filled with ghosts and other supernatural existences.
Stranger’s Paradise: The Origin of Final Fantasy
It is also expected soon, Stranger’s Paradise: The Origin of Final Fantasy He brings us one last trailer that aims to show the availability of an open demo on PS4 and PS5. For its official release, see you on March 18th.
While it was postponed only a few days ago, foresbook It also brings news in a new trailer that introduces us to the story of the game, and to the story of Frey, the main hero. The action-adventure title will be available on Square Enix on October 11th.
Online game inspired by the cartoon of the same name, Gundam evolution It is a first-person shooter where you fight 6 vs 6 using your mobile suits. A game that shooters will be glad to discover on PS4 and PS5 by the end of 2022.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Cowabunga Collection
Fans of retro games, Sony has not forgotten you. The company offered one of the most complete collections of retro games to date, with a lineup of 13 arcade games or released on older consoles focused on Ninja Turtles Pizza eaters. Available soon on PS4 and PS5.
jigbash It is quite a delirious game in which you embody giant dragons and characters, who look more like aliens, destroying everything in their path. In the trailer, the company reveals one of its newest dragons, Rawa. It will be available on PS4 and PS5 in 2022.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle R
And since animation mods are on the rise at Sony, the company offers us JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle R. If the manga celebrates its 35th anniversary this year, players can also celebrate the 10th anniversary of the anime with this amazing fighting game. It will be released in the fall of 2022 with no specific date yet.
Journey to my day
On the borderline between movie production and fighting game, Journey to my day It transports you to Japan from the last century, with an original visual identity and deep history. Its black and white atmosphere should attract fans of the genre. The game will be released on PS4 and PS5 in 2022.
Obviously, this is not a new game but an update. back He will get version 3.0 which not only adds co-op mode, but also DLC addon which makes Sisyphus Tower a new explorable environment. See you on March 22nd to discover this free update.
The DioField Chronicle
In the RPG category, Square Enix presents the game The DioField ChronicleIt is a tactical RPG whose gameplay is based on troop battles. It will be found on consoles in 2022.
Finally, Sony has finished the game Valkyrie Elysium, also developed by Square Enix. This is an action RPG where you play as a lone Valkyrie trying to finish off the looming Ragnarok. An epic mission as it is fraught with danger. No release date yet but a window for 2022.
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