Want to try out a bit of Knack 2 for yourself and see if all that talk of "improved action" holds up? Well, good news! There's a free co-op demo of the game available on PSN for Europe, Australia, and the U.S.
If you've been interesting in trying Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands but didn't want to pay the full price of admission to see if it's for you, good news! There's a five hour trial of the title now available on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Humans like to think of themselves as the top of the food chain, but we don't take into account Demons that love to feast on a bit of man flesh. Imagine then that these Demons were under attack by something more powerful again. Imagine no more, as the launch trailer for Demon's Crystals shows just that.
It's been out for a year on PC and now Byte4Games' colorful twin-stick shooter, Demon's Crystals, is coming to consoles. The game will be arriving on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this Friday, May 12.
Even though the game is out in two weeks on every platform imaginable, you can play a demo of LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens today. This little bit of news was unveiled during Sony's E3 press conference last night, and the demo itself is a PSN exclusive.
Just a few months ago we heard about a new co-op survival game, The Wild Eight, that was in development by a studio based out of Yakutia, Russia. The team's goal was to get the title out on the PC this year, but they needed a little help to make that a reality.
You can now get a sampling of Soldak's latest title, Zombasite, without having to pay for the Early Access version. The developer recently released a demo of the title that lets you play through as much of the game as you want, but your character level will be limited and you won't be able to play co-op with your friends.
The world of local multiplayer games has blown up these past few years, which isn't the way many expected things to go with the ease of online multiplayer. Joining those ranks of games is Demons with Shotguns, a co-op arena brawler where you and a friends make your way through angels, demons, and other humans in order to claim all the souls.
You say potato, I say Toukiden Kiwami. This may not be the easiest game to pronounce, but it is made by the people behind the Dynasty Warrior franchise and for fans of strategic mash-em-ups that can be no bad thing. Those with long memories may remember the Vita version of the game, but as of March 27th 2015, it will also be available on PlayStation 4. A new mission trailer and pre-order info have been released to whet your appetite.