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  1. "Five Nights At Freddy's" will be remade for consoles according to recent statements from is developer, Scott Cawthon. Nintendo's Wii U was specifically referenced. The news comes to Design & Trend via a recent post on the "Five Nights At Freddy's 4" Steam forums. In few words, Scott unexpectedly confirmed the new project. The lead surfaced when one fan asked if there was any chance of "Five Nights At Freddy's" being ported to a console like the Wii U. To the community's great surprise, Cawthon revealed that "actually, yes! It will happen. I'm talking with a few companies who are interested in doing console remakes of the original games." It's important to note the word "remakes" was used as opposed to ports. This is because the Clickteam Fusion engine, in which the four "Five Nights At Freddy's" games were made, is limited in terms of its console support. Third-party tools exist to work around those problems, but Scott has no interest in using them. "Having to go to third-parties each time I want to port a game isn't a good long-term solution," he said. As such, he's seeking out studios that are willing to rebuild the games from scratch with different code. Should that be the plan, it will likely be a while before "Five Nights At Freddy's" can be enjoyed on consoles like PS4, Xbox One or Wii U. No specific arrival dates were mentioned, only that the conversations are happening to get the games done. It's also not clear how many of the series' four main games will be remade.
  2. Definitely getting it, I loved the original one on PS3 when I played it years ago. Honestly I'd have preferred if they gave it a similar treatment as that from Catherine Full Body, with new stuff and a modified trophy list, but still like I said I loved the original so I'll be picking this one up either way!
  3. This thread used to be much prettier but I decided to remove all that due to some problems that I detail on my profile. Fatal Frame 1/Project Zero 1, 2: Crimson Butterfly, 3: The Tormented ObsCure 1, ObsCure 2/ObsCure: The Aftermath Silent Hill 2, 3, 4: The Room, Origins, Shattered Memories Haunting Ground Rule of Rose Shadow of Memories/Shadow of Destiny Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare, Alone in the Dark (2008) Beyond Good & Evil Broken Sword: The Sleeping Dragon Call of Duty: Finest Hour, Call of Duty 2: Big Red One, Call of Duty 3, Call of Duty: World at War – Final Fronts Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Clock Tower 3 Cold Fear Disaster Report/SOS: The Final Escape Enter The Matrix, The Matrix: Path of Neo Escape from Monkey Island Garfield Glass Rose God of War 1, 2 Half-Life 1, Half-Life: Decay Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Chamber of Secrets, Prisoner of Azkaban, Goblet of Fire, Order of the Phoenix, Half-Blood Prince Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life, Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland Hitman 2: Silent Assassin, Hitman: Contracts, Hitman: Blood Money ICO Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, Jak II, Jak 3, Jak & Daxter: The Lost Frontier Jaws Unleashed Just Cause Mafia 1 Manhunt 2 Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance, Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence Michigan: Report from Hell No One Lives Forever 1, 2 Okami Pilot Down: Behind Enemy Lines Ratchet & Clank 1, Ratchet & Clank 2: Going Commando/Locked and Loaded, Ratchet & Clank 3: Up Your Arsenal, Ratchet: Deadlocked/Gladiator, Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters, Secret Agent Clank Rayman Raving Rabbids Raw Danger! Resident Evil: Outbreak 1, 2, Dead Aim, Code Veronica X Scarface: The World is Yours Shadow of the Colossus Shadow the Hedgehog Siren 2/Forbidden Siren 2 Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus/Sly Raccoon, Sly 2: Band of Thieves, Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves Syberia 1, 2 The Getaway, The Getaway: Black Monday The Polar Express The Simpsons: Hit & Run The Sims 1, 2, Pets, Bustin' Out, The Urbz, Castaway The Thing The X-Files: Resist or Serve Total Overdose True Crime: Streets of LA, True Crime: New York City XIII Now available: Bully/Canis Canem Edit Fahrenheit/Indigo Prophecy Kingdom Hearts 1, 2, Re:Chain of Memories <- 1.5, 2.5 HD Collections coming to PS4 Manhunt 1 Max Payne 1 Resident Evil 4 <- remaster by Capcom Siren 1/Forbidden Siren 1 "PS2 on PS4: Games list and discussion" "List of PlayStation 2 games for PlayStation 4" Send this thread to Shuhei Yoshida's Twitter and Dave Thach's Twitter using #ps2ps4 "Rockstar is having "tremendous success" with PS2 titles on PS4" "Coming soon to PS4: Siren, Ape Escape 3, Okage, Wild Arms 3, Primal"
  4. Oh Capcom, you were doing so good so far with RE7 and RE2Remake Way to break a winning streak with this Umbrella Corps 2.0
  5. According to the launch trailer, it says at the end that "the Curator's Cut will be available for free late 2019".
  6. This is one of the very few games I've pre-ordered this year, its already downloading and can't wait to start playing it this weekend! I was a huge fan of Until Dawn, its a pity we never got a sequel to that one, I thought they were going to aim for a Final Fantasy type of franchise were each installment would be separated from previous ones in terms of story and characters (maybe a few references or easter eggs here and there) and that each game would tackle on a different horror genre, but now it seems they're aiming to do just that with this new franchise so I don't know if they're planning to ever do a sequel to UD or to not follow TDPA's premise whenever they make one. Anyways, thanks for the review! personally I love fixed camera angles because even though they might be frustrating nowadays it reminds of the classical old survival horror gameplay style which I enjoy, and I don't know for me they make the game a bit more scary since its like the developers have control of the camera so it makes you feel a little bit vulnerable and hopeless hehe. About the short length, I feel like this helps the devs to spend more time on developing a better choice-based system were choices becomes more meaningful as well as developing a story that doesn't drags out too much compared to other interactive drama games. I'm glad that it still has a lot of reply value, I enjoyed collecting the totems and all the other collectibles in UD, specially because they actually helped you to achieve a better outcome and gave you meaningful info as opposed to collectibles in most other games, so hopefully they work that way in this game as well. Looking forward to start playing it soon!
  7. Hi, I'm a huge fan of Silent Hill and I'm planning to get this collection just for the trophies (I know, the PC and PS2 versions are better). Can anyone tell me if after the patch there are still bugs or freezes during this two games? Thanks.
  8. Yes, I meant to say new and improved collections for the PS4. The PS3's Silent Hill one had a lot of bad critics due to its bugs, missing/changed content and not even including SH4. And well, it would be very profitable for them to once again release a new collection of the MGS ones.
  9. Still hoping for Konami to announce a collection of any of their 3D PS1/PS2 franchises (either Silent Hill or MGS), I'm really not interested in any of these arcade ones they keep putting out, I know many other people do enjoy these and that's fine of course. 👍
  10. According to The Drop the next PS2 game coming to PS4 will be Samurai Shodown VI, and it'll be released this Tuesday on the PS Store. The PS2 version was never released as a standalone game outside of Japan, so anywhere else it was only possible to play it by buying the Samurai Shodown Anthology. Thanks to DPatriot for the heads up! I actually checked that article yesterday but since they didn't mentioned that this was a PS2 game and I didn't even knew such game existed that's why I didn't made a thread for it until now. So Dell9300 was away for a few days so that's why I didn't posted this on his thread this time, so please check his thread if you would like to see more PS2-PS4 info and news. And if you want to request some PS2 games that you'd like to play on PS4 with trophies then check my other thread.
  11. Update (October 10): Red Dead Revolver is now officially available on PS4! you can purchase this Red Dead Redemption's spiritual prequel through the PS Store of your country Original thread: (Thanks to leandrorhcp for the info!) ------------- ------------- The PlayStation 2 classic from Rockstar Games, Red Dead Revolver, is heading to the PlayStation 4! The Australian PlayStation Store has listed the PS2 game for purchase on the PS4 with a number of enhancements. With the game being listed on the Australian PS Store, we can go out on a limb and say it will probably be releasing everywhere else. Red Dead Revolver will play at 1080p up-rendering, with enhanced features such as Trophies, Shareplay, Remote Play, Activity Feeds and Second Screen support for game manuals with PS Vita or PS App. ------------- ------------- What other PS2 games would you like to see on PS4 with trophy/platinum support? go here ->
  12. Hi, I only have 1 controller on my PS4, can I get the Duo trophies using my PS Vita? or is there another way to get them with only 1 controller? Thanks.
  13. When Quantic Dream announced Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain for PlayStation 4 last year, they said buyers of Beyond would get Heavy Rain“at a discount” when it releases on March 1 in North America and March 2 in Europe (March 4 in the UK). With Heavy Rain and The Heavy Rain & Beyond: Two Souls Collectionnow listed on the European PlayStation Store, VideoGamer discovered that Heavy Rain will cost £7.99 if you own Beyond. Since the Collection is priced at £34.99, and Beyond is at £24.99 on its own, it’s actually a bit cheaper to buy the games separately. Heavy Rain pricing for North America hasn’t been revealed yet, and it remains to be seen if North America will receive the Collection next month at retail or digital stores. Here’s what Sony says about both games on PS4: Create your own tales full of drama, suspense and unexpected twists with Heavy Rain and BEYOND: Two Souls. Two of the most immersive adventures ever seen on PlayStation 3, these hugely popular games now look and play better than ever as they make their debut on PlayStation 4. Your choices and your actions mean everything. How these stories play out… and how they end… is completely up to you. Heavy Rain Lead the hunt to unmask the mysterious Origami Killer as you play as four different characters in this tension-soaked psychological thriller. Choose your next move carefully – every decision can have game-changing consequences and even determine who lives and who dies. BEYOND: Two Souls Wield unearthly powers as you live the extraordinary life of Jodie Holmes, a woman connected to a supernatural entity. Experience an emotionally-charged psychological adventure as you discover what truly lies beyond. According to the PlayStation Store, Heavy Rain will be a 25.7GB download on PS4, with the Collection at 55.9GB. Will you be playing Heavy Rain on PS4?
  14. Guys remember that the game has many multiples endings, many different scenes and outcomes. I was really amazed by going for the platinum as to how some choice could really affect the next scenes. All of you probably got the ending that the majority of player tends to achieve, but that isn't the only "good" ending and the game can end in a much more satisfactory non-abruptly way, especially if you go for the "Goodbye world" trophy. Maybe some of you have already got all the other trophies, but I just wanted to clarify this.
  15. Update (November 9): with the LEGO Harry Potter Collection already released for PS4 last month, Assassin's Creed The Ezio Collection is finally coming to current gen next week. To prepare us for its upcoming release Ubisoft recently posted a comparison video between the PS3 and PS4 versions on their YouTube channel: --------------- Update (September 13): Thanks to madbuk for sharing the following trailer that was uploaded on Ubisoft's official YouTube account, thus confirming the rumored Assassin's Creed: The Ezio Collection, which is coming on November 17 for both PS4 and Xbox One, with a $59.99 price tag: Edit: also, thanks to ShadowStar83x now we know there will be no multiplayer modes or multiplayer DLC on the Ezio Collection, also as stated by the small gray text on the trailer: --------------- Update (September 8): Thanks to snakebit10 for sharing the following Gamespot article, which confirms that the LEGO Harry Potter Collection is coming exclusively to PS4 on October 18 with a $50 price tag: "The Lego Harry Potter games are being remastered in a new collection that will launch this October, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and developer TT Games announced today. Included in the package, which is only being released on PlayStation 4, are remastered versions of Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4 and Lego Harry Potter Years 5-7. There are "enhanced graphics," along with better lighting and visual effects. No footage of the game has been released, but the key art is below. The collection also comes with the Character Pack and the Spell Pack. The Character Pack adds 10 characters, including special variations on some characters like Hermione in a pink dress and Lockhart in a straightjacket. The Spell Pack, meanwhile, adds these five spells for players to use: Cantis (makes you sing), Densaugeo (makes your teeth grow way too much), Ducklifors (turns you into a duck), Melofors (turns your head into a pumpkin), and Tentaclifors (turns your head into a tentacle). As for why Warner Bros. is releasing this Lego Harry Potter package now, some five years after the release of Years 5-7, it may have something to do with the new movie, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Warner Bros. said the game, which comes out on October 18 for $50, "serves as a perfect gift" for people who are interested in seeing the movie..." --------------- Update (September 1): according to a new PlayStation LifeStyle's article: "According to a marketing image obtained by French site Gameblog, Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection, which was recently rated in Korea, will release in November 2016. Additionally, they have heard that the three included games – Assassin’s Creed 2, Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, and Assassin’s Creed: Revelations – will be remastered in 1080p/30 frames-per-second, complete with reworked textures. Gameblog adds that The Ezio Collection will bundle in all previously released DLC, as well as two animated films based on Ezio (Lineage and Embers). Amazon Italy backs up what Gameblog says, listing The Ezio Collection for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with a November 17 release date, priced at €50.82. The description says it includes Assassin’s Creed 2, Brotherhood, and Revelations, the games are “remastered for the first time on consoles,” all of the DLC is packed in, and there’s also two short films. Ubisoft has yet to announce The Ezio Collection, but if it’s releasing in November, expect details soon." --------------- Update (August 31): Thanks to FlareXV we got some new information regarding the Ezio Collection: "I was browsing NeoGAF and saw some promotional stuff about the Ezio collection. Apparently the collection is 1080p/30FPS with some work done to the textures, and will include the two animations about Ezio's life after and during the creed. This collection will also include all the DLC. The target release is around November time and the pricing will be around 70 euros." Alongside with this image: --------------- Original thread (August 18): According to a new rating by the Korean Game Rating Board, an Assassin’s Creed Ezio Collection is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Judging from the title, the Ezio Collection should bundle together Assassin’s Creed II, Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, and Assassin’s Creed Revelations. Ubisoft hasn’t said anything about the Ezio Collection yet, but with no new Assassin’s Creed game this year and the movie in theaters this December, it would make sense for something Assassin’s Creed-related to come out this holiday. If/when Ubisoft confirms this new collection, we’ll let you know. In other ratings news, a LEGO Harry Potter Collection was rated in Brazil for PlayStation 4, though the listing has since been removed. If the rating proves to be true, expect the Harry Potter Collection to include LEGO Harry Potter Years 1-4 and LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7. Would you buy either collection on PS4?
  16. This was one of the many PS2 games that got leaked back on December for a PS4 re-release. As an interesting fact, it was made by the creator of the Silent Hill franchise. ------------- ------------- ------------- ------------- ------------- Which other PS2 games would you like to see on PS4 with trophy support? go here ->
  17. I believe the reason why they didn't got a plat might be 'cause they don't want to take even longer to release this PS2 games on PS4. If it takes them 2-3 months to add 20-40 trophies + platinum then it must take them only 1 month to add only 11 trophies without a plat. So yes if it weren't for trophies we would be getting them faster, but then again I wouldn't be excited about them if they didn't had them. Anyways hoping to see a new leak this week, RF1 is coming this Tuesday for NA and I believe AE3 might also be released this month.
  18. Parappa 2 is already available on HD 1080p on the PS4. Its not a proper remaster but an HD emulation, but still looks nice.
  19. Well not so pointless for me if I can share what I know with people who knows so little about said subject. I find looking at them fun, since me and Dell are the ones with PS2PS4 threads here (he also created the PS2PS4 List article on Wikipedia) so we share PS2 info and news for anyone interested on them.
  20. I spoke to a guy who works on THQ Nordic and he told me their Destroy All Humans PS2 emulation on PS4 is doing "quite good" on sales and that they knew it was going to have high demand (hence the $19.99 price tag). According to some rumor Parappa 2 did so well on PS4 as a PS2 emulation that Sony is making a reboot or something similar, hence this leak. If you see the ratings from each one of their games on the Store you can see they are all performing incredibly well. SNK's games like KOF 2000 and MSA are also doing very well as PS2 games on PS4, and I suspect they increased the price tag for their latest release, Samurai Shodown VI, because of this. They even took the time to made a trailer for it and upload it to their YT account. So yeah its safe to say by now that the emulation was a big success, the fact that all those publishers keeps bringing their PS2 games to PS4 supports this.
  21. But they didn't had to add trophies to them or manually test things like remote play, share play, etc so that's why even if the team was small they still managed to release them faster, because there wasn't any actual effort put into them. I just think Sony itself isn't allowing their own remastered games to be bought to PS4, like I said people will complain if they get an emulation instead of a port, and since they're already available on PS Now they must think they are "already available on PS4" as well, which it isn't true and not many of us use that service. And what you said about PS Now is basically what I said on my reply. I think the majority of the PS2 games they have emulated are the ones that never got a remaster, its nice that they are bringing unpopular or not much known games like Okage, Puzzle Quest, etc but I think they should bring games that are actually more known and weren't remastered, and are Sony's IPs like both The Getaways, Syphon Filter, etc. They can't bring games like Gran Turismo because of license reasons I think. I guess since the team is small and the current publishers are giving them their catalogue to make trophies for that's why they aren't bringing too many publishers at once, they are trying to finish the ones at hand so they can later start to bring more. But yeah as long as the team remains small we'll keep receiving less than 4 PS2 games each month.
  22. It depends on if more publishers are interested to join and invest some money to add trophies and the other features that comes with them, last gen PS2 Classics didn't had any of that so it was easy for publishers to just bring their games and they would be released in no time. But now it takes 2-3 months to add trophy support to them, and the team who handles that must be very small. They also "can't" release most of their famous PS2 games like R&C, J&C, ICO and SOTC, etc because they were already remastered on PS3 and/or put on PSNow, so if they emulate them then people will complain that they got a simple PS2 emulation instead of a port from the superior remasters, which they also aren't bringing since they are on PSNow so they must think they won't have much success on PS4 (even if I don't think much people actually uses that streaming service, my internet connection isn't fast and its not available in my Store so I can't even use it).
  23. I read a rumor the other day that said since Parappa 2 did so well as a PS2 emulation on PS4 Sony began to consider to make a reboot or something like that, and they are planning to show it on their upcoming conference. But like I said, its just a rumor.
  24. Ape Escape 3 got rated once again by PEGI today, something tells me it might be released on December.