PlayStation Trophy News


N++ (PS4) Trophy List

N++ is a fast-paced, action-packed puzzle platformer set in the distant future. You play as a ninja -- darting through obstacles, narrowly evading a slew of inadvertently homicidal enemy robots, and collecting gold in a minimalist, sci-fi world. You know, traditional ninja stuff.


You are literally a ninja

You Suck But That's Okay
Die during the solo introduction

Practice Makes Perfect
Die 100 times

More Practice Makes More Perfect
Die 1000 times

Perfection is Overrated Anyway
Die 5000 times

Achieve Enlightenment
Explore the Options menu

Explore the Options menu

Death from All of the Above
Die in every possible way

Using Your Head
Die by hitting the ceiling too hard

Tutorial Master
Get all the gold in the Solo Introduction

Beat the entire top row of Solo Episodes

Beat the entire middle row of Solo Episodes

Beat the entire bottom row of Solo Episodes

Beat the entire expert row of Solo Episodes

No-Death Novice
Beat a Solo Episode from the top row without dying.

No-Death Adept
Beat a Solo Episode from the middle row without dying

No-Death Master
Beat a Solo Episode from the bottom row without dying

All-Gold Novice
Earn an All-Gold Badge in a Solo Episode from the top row

All-Gold Adept
Earn an All-Gold Badge in a Solo Episode from the middle row

All-Gold Master
Earn an All-Gold Badge in a Solo Episode from the bottom row

Co-Operation Makes It Happen
Beat an entire column of Co-op episodes.

Beat an entire column of Race episodes.

Rocket Murder Time
Kill another player using a rocket 5 times in a single MP Race episode.

Beat an entire column of Race Legacy episodes.

Beat an entire column of Solo Legacy episodes

Good Times
Beat an entire column of Co-op Legacy episodes.

Watch a highscore replay.

Hulk Hogan Removed from WWE 2K16

WWE has parted ways with Terry Bollea (aka Hulk Hogan) after reports emerged of the wrestler making racially insensitive statements.

"We embrace and celebrate individuals from all backgrounds as demonstrated by the diversity of our employees, performers and fans worldwide. As a result of Hulk Hogan's comments, his contract has been terminated with the company".

2K Games has also confirmed that they are removing Hulk Hogan from WWE 2K16 in the wake of his recent leaked comments.

"We are highly respectful of the way that our partners choose to run their business and manage our partnerships accordingly. We can confirm that Hulk Hogan will not appear in WWE 2K16."

Hogan was suppose to appear in the game alongside other legends such as Triple H, The Rock, and Andre The Giant.

Source: ShackNews & BleacherReport

Silent Hills' Kojima, Del Toro Still Plan to Work on New Project

Even though Silent Hills has been cancelled, Hideo Kojima and Guillermo Del Toro still intend on working with each other in the future.

Del Toro says "I love working with Kojima-san. We are still in touch. We are still friends and working into doing something together, but that’s not going to be [Silent Hills]."

Del Toro also explained what Silent Hills could've been as they were in the early development stages of the game:

"We were in the planning stages, and it’s a shame it’s not going to happen," del Toro said. "We were talking about really pushing the boundaries of the new consoles, and making the game really mess with your head. One of the great moments in Metal Gear [Solid] was Psycho Mantis. The idea that a game can actually interact with you, and stuff like that."

Source: IGN

NBA 2K16 Soundtrack Revealed

2K Sports signed three collaborators to assist in the soundtrack for NBA 2K16, Legendary hip-hop producer DJ Premier, renowned producer DJ Khaled and super-producer DJ Mustard. The tracklist has been revealed, and it's comprised of 50 songs broken up into six in-game playlists.

The soundtrack spans a wide range of genres, including hip-hop, electronic, pop, rock and alternative, from throwback tracks from the ‘70s through today’s Top 40. Gamers will also have the opportunity to listen to all-new instrumental tracks created by each producer, which will be available in-game at various points during the MyCareer and MyGM experiences.

A special playlist has been created on Spotify , which features 44 of the 50 tracks that will be featured on the upcoming game.

DJ Premier Playlist

Custom Track: Papoose Prod. By DJ Premier, “Hold the City Down”
Gang Starr (feat. NYGz, H. Stax), “Same Team, No Games”
Nas, “Made You Look”
Living Colour, “Cult of Personality”
Jeru The Damaja, “You Can't Stop The Prophet”
Custom Track (Instrumental): DJ Premier, “Bum Bum Bum”
Ramones, “Blitzrieg Bop”
NYGz, “Policy”
DJ Premier & Bumpy Knuckles, “More Levels”
PRhyme, “U Looz”

DJ Khaled Playlist

Custom Track: DJ Khaled (feat. Ace Hood, Vado, Kent Jones), “365”
DJ Khaled (feat. Akon, T.I., Rick Ross, Fat Joe, Baby, Lil' Wayne), “We Takin' Over”
Ace Hood, “Hustle Hard”
Rick Ross (feat. T Pain), “The Boss”
Jay Z, “Where I'm From”
Custom Track (Instrumental): DJ Khaled, “Black Rims”
Wiz Khalifa, “We Dem Boyz”
Ace Hood (feat. Future & Rick Ross), “Bugatti”
Nas, “Represent”
DJ Khaled (feat. T-Pain, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg, Rick Ross), “All I Do Is Win”

DJ Mustard Playlist

Custom Track: DJ Mustard (feat. RJ), “You Don't Want It”
J Cole, “Rise and Shine”
Fergie, “L.A. Love (la la)”
Imagine Dragons, “I'm So Sorry”
M.I.A., “Y.A.L.A.”
Custom Track (Instrumental): DJ Mustard, “Ball at Night”
MGK, “Till I Die” (Cavs Version)
Drake, “0 To 100”
Iamsu!, “I Love My Squad”
Santigold, “Disparate Youth”

Around The World

Rael, “Vejo Depois”
Calvin Harris (feat. John Newman), “Blame”
Zedd (feat. Selena Gomez), “I Want You To Know”
Emicida & FeFe, “Bonjour”
Ana Tijoux, “Vengo”
Major Lazer (feat. MO & DJ Snake), “Lean On”
Club Dogo (feat. Arisa), “Fragili”
AM444, “Lies” (Jay. Soul Truth Remix)
Bag Raiders, “Shooting Stars”
Dynamic Duo & DJ Premier, “Aeao”

2K Classics Mixtape

Gnarls Barkley, “Going On”
Friendly Fires, “Skeleton Boy”
LCD Soundsystem, “Time to Get Away”
Santigold (feat. Spank Rock), “Shove It”
OneRepublic, “Everyone Loves Me”
RJD2, “Clean Living”
ZION I, “Ride”
The Flaming Lips, “The W.A.N.D. (The Will Always Negates Defeat)”
Hogni, “Bow Down (To No Man)”
The Chicharones, “Little By Little”

NBA 2K16 releases on September 29, but if you pre-order, you will get the "Early-Tip Off Edition" which will give you the game 4 days before it releases.

Source: SportingNews

Street Fighter V Beta Suspended Indefinitely

The Street Fighter V Beta has gone offline due to pressure by players across the world. Due to this, maintenance went underway in the early morning (PST) and has been down since with no word of when it will be back on.

Capcom UK just released a statement:

"We apologise for the ongoing issues that users have been experiencing with the SFV beta test. In order to allow us to fix the issues as quickly as possible, we are going to initiate a period of extended maintenance, during which time the beta will be unavailable to all users.

We will let you know the date on which the closed beta test will re-open once all problems have been fixed. We sincerely apologise for having to bring this unfortunate news to you. Thank you for your patience. Please stay tuned for further updates."

Capcom will extend the beta to make up for lost time.

Source: Twinfinite

Galak-Z: Mech Mode Revealed

Hey kid! You wanna hear a secret? Because, friends, we’ve been saving a juicy one for a long time now…

Anime enthusiasts inevitably ask when they see the game, “So… can you turn into a mech?” And we always respond with, “Oh man! That would be cool!” Well, guess what?

You can freaking turn into a mech in Galak-Z!

What is this “Mech” blasphemy you keep ranting about?!

The Mech mode is a whole new way to play Galak-Z. Get up in an enemy’s face, slice him in two with your sword, or grab him with your extending arm, smash his guts, then throw his scrapped remains into an oncoming bad guy for a double-explosion fireworks show.

You needn’t worry too much about taking damage either, as your huge Directional Shield will deflect and absorb even the most deadly attacks when timed right. Plus, the deadly environment is now your best friend, as you take and fling what you need from it — asteroids, spikes, explosives — relentlessly at any enemy stupid enough to appear in your sights.

So what? How is this different than Ship gameplay, Mechman?!

Rather than fighting from afar whilst dodging like a pro, the Mech is all about turning the tables and pressuring the bad guys instead. One on one, especially versus smaller zippy enemies, the Mech is vicious. It can grab an enemy even from a distance, pull them close and beat them to death without resistance or mercy.

Against many enemies, what it lacks in missiles it makes up in the ability to throw the explosive elements of the environment, or can dispatch multiple enemies at once with charged sword attacks that sweep in a great arc.

Defensively, the Direction Shield gives extra damage absorption on top of regular shields, and like with the Juke, more skillful players will be able to use their timing to negate attacks altogether by deflecting them. Best of all, the Mech requires no upgrades to use all of the skills listed above, making it your weapon of choice at the start of a Season when your Ship is still thin on awesome upgrades. Of course, switching between the two when desired is the most effective.

But…you probably limit how much I can switch between the Ship and the Mech, right?

Actually, the player can transform from Mech to Ship, and back again, with the touch of a button! Unlimited transforming means you can unleash a barrage of missiles to obliterate shields then speed in sword raised for the kill, or perhaps just pluck an unwary foe from the circus of smoke and explosions and beat him to a pulp.

If things get too much, use your Directional Shield to take the brunt of damage and then transform to Ship form and fire as you reverse-boost away to safety and victory at once. The possibilities are endless!

The full might of the Galak-Z is yours to discover, as both Mech and Ship form, on August 4th.

Source: Playstation Blog

Submerged Surfaces on PS4 August 4th

G’day from Australia! Ed Orman here again, and I’m very excited to be able to finally announce that Submerged is coming to your PS4 on August 4th! And to kick things off, for a limited time PlayStation Plus members will receive a 20% discount on the game starting at launch.

Submerged is a third-person, combat-free game in which you explore a mysterious, flooded city and discover the beauty of desolation in vast outdoor environments. You take on the role of Miku, a young girl who has brought her wounded brother to the city in their small fishing boat.
Navigate the flooded city streets by boat, scale the drowned buildings, and use your telescope to scour the city for the supplies needed to save your dying sibling. As you explore the city at your own pace, you encounter the habitat that flourishes in this colorful place and discover hidden objects that piece together the story of a broken world and a broken family.

Submerged won Best Audio at this years Freeplay Festival, largely due to the beautiful musical score provided by BAFTA-Award Winner Jeff Van Dyck. And Unreal Engine 4 lets us make the game visually stunning, so we’re really looking forward to finally having it in player’s hands.

See you in August!

Source: Playstation Blog

Infinifactory Coming to PS4

One of my favorite television shows is How It’s Made. There’s something hypnotically satisfying about watching an assembly line repeat the same precise actions over and over again, assembling seemingly random components into a recognizable, finished product. In fact, I’m such a fan of assembly lines that we made a puzzle game about building factories called Infinifactory, and it’s coming soon to PS4!

One of the most important things to know about Infinifactory is that it’s not just a puzzle game — it’s an open-ended puzzle game. Unlike a typical puzzle game, where each puzzle has a single solution that you’re trying to uncover, every puzzle in Infinifactory has countless solutions, each with different strengths and weaknesses.

This allows you to compete against your friends and the world to build the fastest, smallest, and simplest factories possible. You’re not just “solving” a puzzle, you’re inventing your own solution!

When we first released Infinifactory in early 2015, it was as an “early access” game on PC. Over the following six months we refined it heavily based on player feedback, and even added four additional sets of levels, effectively doubling the number of puzzles in the game. It’s gotten the time and attention to turn it into the greatest puzzle game we’ve ever made, and now it’s coming straight to you on PS4!

Source: Playstation Blog

Minecraft Greek Mythology Mash-up Pack Out Today

Hi there everyone. We’ve got a new batch of exciting content for all Minecraft players on PlayStation. Starting today, you’ll be able to get your hands on the Greek Mythology Mash-Up Pack for $3.99.

Themed upon Greek mythology, this Mash-Up Pack sees you explore a special world with iconic landmarks from Greek mythology, complete with its own unique set of textures and a plethora of character skins ranging from fantastic creatures, to gods and legendary heroes.

We’ve even thrown in an orchestral soundtrack by renowned composer Gareth Coker, just to give it that extra oomph!

So what are you waiting for? Take on the role of Zeus, Aphrodite, Heracles, Minotaur, Medusa and many more and enter the pantheon of the gods!

Happy crafting!

Source: Playstation Blog

Persona 4: Dancing All Night Release Date Revealed

Atlus USA has announced Persona 4: Dancing All Night will come out September 29 on PlayStation Vita in North America.

Along with the regular version, Atlus is also releasing a special Disco Fever edition, which includes a two-disc soundtrack, 14 DLC outfits, and Vita case and skin. The story-driven rhythm game is set after Persona 4, with the Investigation Team searching for missing members of Kanamin Kitchen.

In addition, humanoid Hatsune Miku will appear in Persona 4: Dancing All Night, singing and dancing to the Persona 4 dungeon song Heaven. She will be available for download in mid-August in the Japanese edition of the Vita music game.

Source: IGN

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