PlayStation Store: Serious Sam 4 and Deep Rock Galactic

PlayStation Store: Serious Sam 4 and Deep Rock Galactic

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The PlayStation Store enjoyed some well-deserved rest over the Christmas period, almost completely halting new releases on PS5 and PS4 at the turn of the end of 2021 and the beginning of 2022. However, some games have made their debut. on the Sony digital platform, and these are productions that certainly deserve a closer look.

From the PlayStation 5 version of Serious Sam 4 to the dwarf warrior-based shooter Deep Rock Galactic, free for PlayStation Plus subscribers ; from Dead Cells DLC The Queen and the Seas to Far Cry 6 DLC Pagan: Control, here are all the releases of the last few weeks.

Serious Sam 4

Serious Sam 4, the protagonist against hordes of enemies in the official artwork More than a year after its launch on PC, Serious Sam 4 (PS5, € 39.99) has landed on the next-gen Sony console to put us again in the shoes of Sam Stone, the commander of the Earth Defense Force, as part of a prequel that re-proposes the classic formula of the series between hordes of alien enemies, devastating weapons and a completely crazy approach to action.

The extraterrestrial army of the Mental is more fierce and numerous than ever, and can boast a whole series of new fighters among its ranks: to defeat them we will have to use our resources and make the most of the tools of the arsenal available to Sam, accompanied by an engaging soundtrack and the classic humor that Croteam has accustomed us to. Serious Sam's review 4.

Deep Rock Galactic

Deep Rock Galactic, a fighting sequence Available for free to PlayStation Plus subscribers in January, Deep Rock Galactic (PS5 and PS4, € 29.99) is the new cooperative based shooter developed by Ghost Ship Games. The protagonists of the game are space dwarves tasked with exploring huge caves in search of precious resources: a task that is far from simple, as these places are manned by powerful and hostile creatures.

With four classes to choose from. (Gunner, Scout, Driller and Engineer), each equipped with peculiar abilities and different weapons, we will therefore have to turn within scenarios that change from time to time thanks to a procedural system, and which can be completely destroyed during the furious battles. that we will face to take home the leather ... and some valuable rocks. The review of Deep Rock Galactic.

Far Cry 6 - Pagan: Control

Far Cry 6 - Pagan: Control, one of the visions present in the DLC The second DLC of Far Cry 6 reaffirms the roguelite formula we talked about in the review of Vaas: Insanity, this time putting us in command of the villain of the fourth chapter of the Ubisoft series: Pagan Min. In Pagan: Control (PS5 and PS4, € 14.99) we will therefore find ourselves in the mind of the villain, trapped together with hostile shadows and projections of his greatest enemies to be eliminated to obtain the fragments of a mask that will allow us to escape. br>
Dying will mean losing all progress made, unless you use the resources earned on the field to unlock permanent upgrades and purchase more effective weapons, over five increasingly difficult "cycles" to carry out to reach the coveted final. Is it worth it? The answer in the Pagan: Control review.

Dead Cells: The Queen and the Sea

Dead Cells: The Queen and the Sea, an action sequence from the DLC The latest DLC of the extraordinary Dead Cells adds two extra levels, new enemies including a new boss and some objects, thus following the approach also used for the previous packages by the Motion Twin development team. The Queen and the Sea (PS4, € 4.99) is also inspired by the narrative universe created by H.P. Lovecraft to immerse ourselves in different atmospheres than usual.

The final result presents itself as an undoubtedly substantial challenge for the players, with two scenarios well cared for and placed in the advanced phase of the campaign, some interesting ideas but also a undeniable sense of tiredness that seems to permeate the package, which clearly cannot boast the ideas that have made this roguevania so popular among fans of the genre. We talked about it in the review of Dead Cells: The Queen and the Sea.

Shadow Man Remastered

Shadow Man Remastered, one of the enemies that we will have to face during the Last Project campaign of Nightdive Studios, Shadow Man Remastered (PS4, € 17.99) is precisely the remastered edition of the classic Acclaim originally published in 1999: the story of a man possessed by a mystical and mysterious force, charged with defeating evil both in the world of the living and in that of the dead in order to stop the apocalypse.

Two guns in his hand and a set of voodoo powers capable of killing any opponent, Shadow Man must therefore move within two planes of reality and defeat the creatures that the evil Legion will send at him: an experience enriched in the remaster with an unreleased soundtrack, high resolution textures, content cut from the original game and more.

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