Yacht Club Games has announced today during the PlayStation Experience that Shovel Knight will no longer be exclusive to Nintendo platforms and PC. The critically acclaimed title is coming to the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita. The PlayStation versions of the game will be the same as the current versions, but Kratos from God of War will be making a special appearance.
Ex-Nintendo indie boss Dan Adelman has confirmed his next venture and it’s with PlayStation. Adelman is developing Axiom Verge which is exclusive to the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Vita. The game, which draws similarities to Nintendo’s very own Metroid franchise, will eventually come to Steam. You can watch some footage, above.
EA Sports head Peter Moore has tweeted an image of an article in today’s LA Times that reads, “Nintendo’s White PlayStation 4 Debuts”. Clearly someone at the LA Times isn’t too clued up on the company that created PlayStation 4, but it certainly wasn’t Nintendo.
Joshua Mosqueira, Diablo 3 lead designer, has revealed that the game could come to other platforms. Diablo 3 was announced at the Sony conference as coming to the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation 4. Mosqueira confirmed that Diablo 3 isn’t necessarily a PlayStation exclusive, which suggests that the game could also come to the Xbox 360, and possibly Wii U.
“We don’t have any announcements to make at this time. But we’re not necessarily a Sony exclusive.”
Mojang’s Jens Bergensten who is lead designer of Minecraft Pocket Edition for iOS and Android, says that when console exclusivity for Xbox 360 runs out the team are considering bringing the game to PlayStation. But he says that a Wii U version is very unlikely. Here’s what he had to say.
“Microsoft has an exclusivity deal for consoles. When it runs out we’ll consider Minecraft for PlayStation, but Wii U is very unlikely.”
Sony is holding a meeting this Wednesday, February 20th, to discuss the future of PlayStation. The company is expected to reveal a new console, also known as the successor to the PlayStation 3, which was released in 2006. To promote the upcoming meeting, Sony is supposedly attacking its rival Nintendo via placing ads around the web. In one particular ad, spotted by a NeoGAF member, which can be viewed above, Sony seems to be mocking Nintendo’s number one mascot, Mario.
Some intrepid modders have made it possible for Super Smash Bros Brawl owners to get their hands on the roster of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale characters in the Wii game. They have also added additional characters that aren’t available in PlayStation All-Stars which includes characters from Grand Theft Auto, Tomb Raider, Metal Gear Solid, and Tekken. The ultimate matchup is available to download now.