Take a tour of the gaming history with three inspirational highlights coming down on PS4 and PS VR next week. Huntdown is a neon-action shooter in a crime-ridden city, Pixel Rped for PSR's VR follows the magnificent 1989 Pixel Rped, brings a real-time sense to the 16-bit era, and Ion Fury book of professional love for the first-time diviners.
For a full list of new games coming to PlayStation next week, read on. And enjoy the Drop!
Emma: Lost in RemindersPS4, PS Vita – Digital (As of May 11)
Emma: Memory Loss is a 2D platform game where all the platforms and walls start to slowly disappear as you touch them. Think, plan, run, jump and feel in a fantasy and poetic world where everything disappears.
Error – Milestone OnePS4 – Digital (Out May 15)
Fault is a series of Fingerprint Novels of Science Fantasy that uses a different 3D camera system for abstract reading experiences. Follow Selphine, the bitter princess and her fierce Royal Guardian, Ritona, on their journey of life back to their homeland of Rughzenhaide.
HuntdownPS4 – Digital
In the streets littered with future festivals where gangs dominate and are afraid to step, only street-level hunters can free the city from a corrupt religious sphere. Put some rubbish on the underground criminal and commit murder in this shooter for a tough comedy action.
Ion FuryPS4 – Digital (Out May 14)
Ion Fury makes fun of the idea of compulsory exploration and precise methods through shooting artwork. However, just because this first-person shooter doesn't mean we have ignored all the good things we have brought for two decades. 3DRealms, Voidpoint and 1C Entertainment took the best of both worlds and cooked them all for a blood meal.
Island SaverPS4 – Digital (Out May 13)
A bunch of amazing islands need your help! Horrid plastic waste is washed and you need to solve it with your trusty Trash Blaster. But watch out for Litterbugs. They love the mess and want to get things done. You need to wash the spotlight, collect garbage, find coins and save surprises!
Pixel Ripped in 1995PS VR – Digital
Pixel Rped is back with a nostalgia-fueled virtual reality-game-within-a-game, this time in 1995! To restore balance to greatness, our videogame hero has sought the help of a leading gamer since 1995, an unassuming 9-year-old boy named David. Join this unlikely duo with challenging dumps on all your favorite classics from the end of the 16-bit and the end of the 32-bit era of games within the virtual world.
Pong SeekingPS4 – Digital (Out May 15)
Pong Seeking a new take on the seminal Arcade smash. Take control of the brave new paddle and cunning landscapes – each of which is based on a variety of unparalleled blows – in this PP-themed RPG with a sturdy gown. Wear the edges of your ribbon and equip special balls with unique abilities to fight fierce enemies in Search or online opponents.
Potato: A Legacy HistoryPS4 – Digital (Out May 13)
This adventure platformer tells the story of a young witch who searches the forests of the land to find and save his home. Join her quest now! Focus on the right image – solve many puzzles, fight enemies, uncover all the secrets … and don't forget to save the world!
Tacticools ChampPS4 – Digital (Out May 15)
Tacticool Champ combines the best features of the shooter and Arcade game, where up to four players fight against each other in a closed field. Quick matches, various weapons, and endless ways to eliminate opponents are waiting for you!
Your SwordPS4, PS Vita – Digital (Cross-Buy)
Your sword is basically a hack-inspired hack-and-slash by process-generated levels. Choose from a variety of heroes like Barbarier and Valkyrie to break the Dark Overlord dictatorship!
Peace to our dust! In the coming months, you may notice occasional differences in The Drop as we update back-end systems that pull the details of the game from full on our list. Of course, we will endeavor to correct any errors when they arise. Thanks for your patience!