The Mysterious PlayStation 4-Exclusive ‘Emagon’ Announced + Teaser Trailer Debut

This mysterious game will be revealed on December 5th.

There is this mysterious PlayStation 4-exclusive titled Emagon that has snuck up on everyone recently, with little to no information being released on what it actually is.

Well, a new trailer has been released for the game, which shows off some very brief and ambiguous footage before displaying the date of December 5th. This information was released by PlayStation Spain as a celebration for the PlayStation’s 20th anniversary, where they said the following in a blog post:

“As you know, PlayStation turns 20 years old this week. This is a very special day for us, we thought never get as far from the Japanese release of our beloved PSOne back in 1994. So we want to offer something to rise to the occasion.”

So, very soon we will finally know what this big secret is, and hopefully it is an exclusive that can get everyone really excited. Check out the trailer below. 

‘Dead Island 2’ Beta Will Be Exclusive To PlayStation 4 For One Month

PlayStation 4 owners get one month of exclusive Dead Island 2 beta action.

If you have a PlayStation 4 and are planning to check out Dead Island 2 then you’re in luck: the game’s beta next year will be exclusive to PlayStation 4 for one month.

How it will work is you will head to the game’s official website and you’ll redeem a code for accessing the beta. Unfortunately, the only way to get your hands on a beta code right now is to own a copy of Escape Dead Island.

Once the month is up, PC and Xbox players will be able to get in on the beta action, which is still expected to begin early next year.

Dead Island 2 is developed by Yager Development for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It’s set to release sometime in April 2015.

‘Resident Evil: Revelations 2’ First Episode Releases On February 17th, 2015

Mid-February will bring more zombies to exterminate.

Capcom has revealed that the first episode of their sequel to the pleasantly-surprising Resident Evil: Revelations will be released on February 17th, 2015. The other three episodes will be released each subsequent week, so February 24th, March 3rd and March 10th will contain the other three episodes.

More information was also released on the game itself, as it has been revealed that Barry Burton will be a playable character. Each of the game’s four episodes will feature two different scenarios, with one scenario featuring Claire Redfield and Moira Burton and the other featuring Barry Burton and newcomer Natalia Korda.

Those who just wait a month for the game’s physical release will be getting much more content, as it will feature more playable characters, costumes and stages. These include Albert Wesker and stages from earlier entries in the series. A new trailer was also released for the game, and you can check it out below. 

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is published and developed by Capcom for the PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

It’s The Battle Of The Tanks In The Latest ‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ Trailer

It’s the battle of the tanks, Batman edition.

We know that the Batmobile is going to be a prominent feature in developer Rocksteady’s upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight, and the latest trailer shows all of the destruction it will be capable of inflicting. Check it out below. 

This is the second part of a series of trailers for the game that show off various aspects of the gameplay, with the third and final part set to be debuted at PlayStation Experience on December 6th.

Batman: Arkham Knight is developed by Rocksteady Studios for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It’s set to be released on 6/2/15 across the globe.

‘Final Fantasy Type-0 HD’ Trailer Features Lots Of War

Yup, looks better than anything Final Fantasy has released lately.

Stuff is going down in the latest Final Fantasy Type-0 HD trailer, as we witness evil dudes trying to take over the world and the good dudes trying to stop ’em. Nothing all that mind-blowing, but it certainly looks more interesting than anything the series has been doing lately. Check it out below. 

While I am excited to see if this game can shake up the Final Fantasy formula in an interesting way, I can’t help but comment on the graphics. The graphics are expected to be dated since this was a PSP game that is being remastered and put on current-gen systems, but I just hope it doesn’t detract from the experience too much.

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is developed by HexaDrive for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It is set to be released on 3/17/15 in the USA, 3/19/15 in Japan and 3/20/15 in Europe.