The upcoming PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 versions of the indie hit SteamWorld Heist got pushed back a week from its original launch date (which was May 31st). The developers at Image Form stated why the game was pushed back.
“The reasons for the delay are related to publishing, localisation and quality assurance. We basically encountered a few scattered problems with the PlayStation versions that we have to fix before releasing the game. The extra week will hopefully give us enough time to fix these issues.
We’re working closely together with the fantastic people over at Sony to get the game out as fast as possible. Thanks for being patient with us!”
Hopefully working with Sony will allow the game to release at the new target date of June 7th and 8th. We will be reviewing the game in the future so stay tuned for more information on this title. In the mean time, you can find more information on the title through it’s website.
The game is currently out on the Nintendo 3DS E-Shop.
Popular fighting game franchise ‘King of Fighters’ has a new installment coming to the PlayStation 4 in the future, with a special collectors edition being produced for the title.
Full Press Release Detailed Below:
- The King of Fighters XIV “Burn to Fight” Premium Edition include the following:
SteelBook® – The game disc will be encased in a collectible SteelBook® emblazoned with the series’ fiery mainstay, Kyo Kusanagi, literally burning to fight.
- Art book – This 144-page art book will be filled with original character/stage drawings from throughout the series.
3-Disc Soundtrack – Those looking for an audio fix will be able to enjoy a three-disc soundtrack (housed in a gorgeous Mai Shiranui illustrated case) comprised of 60+ electric songs worthy of the greatest fighting tournament in the world.
- Collector’s Box – All the above items will be packaged in a scorching box adorned with familiar characters.
Nice collectors edition with a lot of valuable content for fans of the series. The game is releasing in August 23rd.
Grand Turismo Sport is a major title releasing this fall on the PlayStation 4 and aims to be a graphically intensive racer for Sony’s platform. The game will not have a dynamic time nor dynamic weather cycle in the game.
Head developer Kazunori Yamauchi commented on the reasoning for this with the following statement: “We opted to not have the transitions in the race this time in order to raise the frame-rate and the quality of the image during the race. So the user will be able to set that before they enter the race. So you’ll still be able to have night races, morning, races at dawn, dusk, and so on.”
Considering GT6 suffered from frame rate issues on the PlayStation 3, the focus on stable performance is a noble goal to focus upon.