If you haven't tried Escape Plan yet, you're missing out.
But if you're already a bona fide fan, there's some good news for you at the PlayStation Blog . The Underground DLC comes in at a discounted price of $1.99 and a new patch is live.
Lil and Laarg are riding the elevator down into the depths of Bakuki's Underground, and a labyrinth of trains, trollies, and various nasty minions await! Plus, they're tossing in four new costumes, two of which are unlocked by completing all 21 new Underground levels. Oh, and new challenges and four new Trophies, too. That's usually where such updates end, but these developers are taking it a step further and actually adding a fan-requested feature to the gameplay.
It's a new squeeze control for the Circle button; it will squeeze Lil when inflated or juiced-up on java, and that's not the only fresh addition, either. As a thank you for all the great feedback and suggestions, they're posting the Underground DLC for that discounted $1.99 price for the first two weeks of availability. After the two weeks are up, the DLC goes to the regular retail cost of $4.99, so strike now!
Escape Plan is definitely worth your time, especially if you're a puzzle lover.
Cool java beans
Couldn't pass up this great deal. I enjoy EP so cheap add-ons is always a plus.
this is one game i wish would come to the ps3!
the rear touch pad controls are about as precise and useful as a soda can at a oil rig fire!
especially with a death trial and error puzzle game like this, the controls can get a bit, well, frustrating would be understatement of the century!
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5
maybe even Final Fantasy X HD
Ive been a Sony loyalist since 1997, bought every console/handheld, but PS4 I doubt I buy. First screwing over everyone that ever bought anything on PSN, including PlayStation Plus which you will lose every game you have been "renting" since it is useless on PS4. Then having to buy all new controllers, accessories and games. Bah screw it. If im starting over then Im picking the better product/console not just because Ive always gotten Sony. PC is looking really good nowadays.
What most people don't know, is that "every" game system that became successful was because of Traditional RPG's. If I had the time I could list them all for you, those that didn't make it. Therefore, for me, it would be a Traditional RPG, Turned Based, and maybe even another Dragon Quest or how about Breath of Fire, Rainbow Moon II (Rainbow Skies) would be nice for a starter, Shining Force III (all 3 games in English), Grandia, and many others.