Arstechnica Hands-on: Drawn to Death tops Sony’s list of big-ticket 2015 games

Arstechnica- "We were reluctant to get excited about Sony's inaugural PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas last week, mostly because we've been to a few half-baked, not-quite-E3 video game expos before; these tend to either feature games we've already seen or way too many look-don't-touch teasers. But Sony didn't slack off in the slightest, making sure its show's thousands upon thousands of attendees had plenty of brand-new stuff to play.

PSX hosted so much new content, in fact, that we have to split our impressions into two articles. We're starting with the show's bigger-ticket first-party fare, including two of PlayStation 4's biggest games coming in the first half of next year."

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Emrage2026d ago

I'm very excited for Drawn to Death

G20WLY2026d ago

Well from what we've seen so far it's packed full of imagination and seems good fun...and it's slightly mad.

Like him or loathe him, it's a pretty good reflection of it's creator!

medman2026d ago (Edited 2026d ago )

I'm excited for this game too, but saying it tops Sony's list is a bit much. Sony's got many great looking titles coming in 2015, including games like No Man's Sky, Bloodborne, Rime, The Tomorrow Children, Alienation, etc.etc.etc.

telekineticmantis2026d ago (Edited 2026d ago )

So a sandbox, open-world Mario Kart styled fighting game slash arena shooter with Twisted Metal Influence, it's own appealing design, entertaining humor and tweaks to prevent the typical, cheats you see in modern shooters. I don't know what more I can ask for from an arcadey game...? Multi-Platform, I guess?

LightofDarkness2026d ago

To see it on PC so I could KB/M it would be nice, but I guess you can't have everything.