At PlayStation Experience today, Sony confirmed that Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony will come to PS4 and Vita in the West in 2017.
A trailer promised showed off new locations, characters, and mini games.
At TGS, Sony announced that Danganronpa V3 will also launch in 2017 in Japan and features a female protagonist for the first time in the main series. Danganronpa 3 was first revealed during last year’s TGS and previously announced for 2016 alongside an anime, which began airing earlier this year.
Sony announced at the 2016 PlayStation Experience that Nier: Automata will be released on March 7, 2017 in America, with a demo "coming soon."
Check out the PSX trailer below:
The follow-up to the 2010 cult hit Nier tells the story of androids 2B, 9S and A2 and their battle to reclaim a machine-driven dystopia overrun by powerful weapons known as "machine lifeforms."
Square Enix and Platinum Games recently announced a crossover collaboration where Nier: Automata will feature content from Final Fantasy XV, and vice versa.
Both Yakuza 6 and Yakuza Kiwami were confirmed for the West at the 2016 PlayStation Experience.
Yakuza Kiwami is expected sometime in summer 2017, and Yakuza 6 in early 2018. Kiwami is an HD remake of the original Yakuza and was first announced at TGS 2015 along with Yakuza 6.
For more news and revealed from PSX, be sure to check out IGN's PlayStation Experience event hub.
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During Sony's PlayStation Experience 2016 keynote, Shuhei Yoshida announced that Parappa the Rapper, LocoRoco and Patapon are all being remastered for PlayStation 4.
All three games will feature improved graphics with 4K support on PlayStation 4 Pro.
In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Parappa the Rapper, a demo for the game will be available today via the PlayStation Store.
For more on PlayStation Experience, head over to IGN's PSX 2016 hub.
A new Resident Evil 7 demo, "Banned Footage DLC," will be available later today on PSN, playable on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Pro, and with PlayStation VR.
Sony's Shelby Cox took the stage to announce the news at this weekend's PlayStation Experience, noting that this final demo for the upcoming Resident Evil 7 is a "massive update."
A new Resident Evil 7 demo also debuted, showing more of the bayou farmhouse where the game takes place and a few glimpses at the enemies (including the Baker family seen in past trailers and demos) that you'll be up against.
Resident Evil 7 is out on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on January 24, 2017. Don't miss our Resident Evil 7 preview for more details on what to expect.
During the opening ceremony of PSX 2016, Sony revealed Akuma will be coming to Street Fighter 5 December 20.
Akuma is available as part of an upcoming character pack for Street Fighter 5. The character pack includes 5 new characters.
During the event, Capcom revealed the next entry in the Marvel vs. Capcom series, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite.
At PlayStation Experience today, Sony announced Knack 2.
Gameplay showed multiple Knacks running around together in co-op, and Sony's Shuhei Yoshida described the sequel as "a game for everyone," from casual to hardcore players. No other details were revealed.
The original Knack launched in November 2013 alongside PlayStation 4. A sequel has been rumored since earlier this year.
For more on Knack, read our review of the original, and stay tuned to IGN for all the news from PSX.
A new Wipeout is coming to PlayStation 4, Sony announced at the 2016 Playstation Experience.
Wipeout Omega Collection collects three games: Wipeout HD, Wipeout Fury, and Wipeout 2048. The last Wipeout game was released for the PlayStation Vita back in 2012.
All previous Wipeout games were developed by Sony Liverpool, a studio that Sony closed in August 2012.
For all the news from the PlayStation Experience, be sure to check out IGN's PlayStation Experience 2016 event hub.
During Sony’s keynote today at PSX 2016, Activision announced a new winter event for Destiny called The Dawning.
Much like last year’s event for Bungie's shared-world shooter, The Dawning marks the return of the Sparrow Racing League, complete with new tracks and Sparrows.
In addition, strike scoring is on the way for Destiny: Rise of Iron, as well as new quests, weapons, gear, gifts and treasures.
The Dawning kicks off on December 13 for PlayStation 4 owners, and will run until January 3.
For more on PlayStation Experience, head over to IGN's PSX 2016 hub.
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy was shown off at the 2016 PlayStation Experience.
The standalone story chapter features Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross. Chloe was introduced in Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, and Nadine Ross made her debut in Uncharted 4: A Thief's End.
No information was given as to when we can expect the standalone story chapter.
IGN recently got to check out Uncharted 4's co-op survival mode, a 50-wave challenge that you take on with teammates. For more from PSX 2016, be sure to check out IGN's PlayStation Experience event hub.
At PlayStation Experience today, Capcom revealed Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite.
The game will launch in 2017 for PlayStation 4. A trailer shown at Sony's conference featured Mega Man, Ryu, Iron Man, Captain Marvel, and Thanos.
The first gameplay will debut at the Capcom Cup this weekend.
Sony also annoucned that Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is available digitally on PS4 as of today.
Today’s news confirms rumors of a new Marvel vs. Capcom that started circulating earlier this week. The new game follows Marvel vs. Capcom 3, which launched in 2011, as well as 2000’s Marvel vs. Capcom 2 and the original Marvel vs. Capcom in 1998.
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The solo Aquaman film in the DC extended universe will be released in theaters on October 5, 2018, Warner Bros. revealed today.
Originally set for a July 2018 release, Deadline reports that Aquaman will debut in theaters a few months later, with Jason Momoa returning in the title role after his cameo in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice this year and his role in Justice League next year.
Furious 7 and The Conjuring director James Wan is helming the project, with Willem Defoe set to play Vulko in both Aquaman and Justice League. IGN spoke to Wan earlier this year about the tone of the film in comparison to Batman v Superman.
Several images of Kaiyodo's new Venom figure have been revealed ahead of its release next year.
Kaiyodo's new Venom figure, courtesy of Amiami Hobby News
In the beginning of the new Death Stranding teaser, we get an opening very similar to its reveal trailer from E3 2016: a panning shot of dead sea creatures scattered around in the mud. This time, we get a much clearer shot of the strands of black wire running across the sand and directly into the abdomens of a number of dead crabs.
In an interview at E3 this year, game director Hideo Kojima told IGN that Death Stranding will be played not with “sticks” like in most games — guns or other weapons — but “ropes.” We’ll see this manifest quite literally later in the trailer, but for now the wired-up crustaceans act as cryptic foreshadowing. They also call to mind Gyo, Junji Ito’s sci-fi horror manga about an invasion of technobiologically reanimated sea creatures.