Guerrilla Games is continuing to update their PS4 shooter, Killzone: Shadow Fall. In addition to offering the Insurgent Pack, the studio is also giving Shadow Fall players a whole new way to play multiplayer with a free King of the Hill mode.
Badman, the anti-hero protagonist of the PSP games What Did I Do To Deserve This, My Lord?! and its sequels, is heading to Vita today. Called “No Heroes Allowed: No Puzzles Either!,” the game strays from the original premise quite a bit. Apparently, it’s a match-3 puzzle game now. Being a free-to-play game, there will be numerous add-ons to purchase, including power boosts.
There’s also a multiplayer mode now, allowing four players to battle against heroes in ad-hoc mode. Community events will also happen from time to time, with winners getting rare, stronger monsters. These are all free to access as well.
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No Heroes Allowed: No Puzzles Either brings free-to-play Badman to Vita today
Bots have finally come to Killzone Mercenary‘s multiplayer mode. However, you’ll have to pay for the feature if you’d like to access it.
The “Botzone Soldier Training Pack” will unlock the ability to play against up to 7 AI soldiers in all of the game’s multiplayer maps. Given that it’s a Vita game, being able to experience multiplayer in an offline setting is pretty crucial, we’d say.
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Killzone Mercenary adds bots to multiplayer with paid DLC
“We wanted to give people the opportunity to get to know the pups in advance of the full game’s release and experience one of the core aspects at the same time,” Sony XDev associate producer Neil McPhillips explained. “So we put together the app to allow players to run their own puppy pampering parlor.” It’s called PlayStation Vita Pets: Puppy Parlor.
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PlayStation Vita Pets gets Android and iOS demo