Mortal Kombat, introduces a number of game modes as well as an online experience. Up to 4 players can battle ‘tag-team’- 2 players can team up in the new ‘Co-op Arcade Mode’ or compete against another team online.
Portal 2, Valve’s unique take on puzzle gameplay returns with this second entry a storyline originally begun in The Orange Box. Will there still be cake?
Socom 4, In South East Asia, a revolutionary army has seized control of a country bordering one of the world’s most vital waterways; threatening to disrupt he global economy. Your mission is to step into the well-worn boots of the Ops Com, a NATO Operations Commander of an elite, five-man squad. You must venture deep into inhospitable jungles, city streets and crumbling urban ruins to engage an army of rebel fighters and discover their plans. Although you’re vastly outnumbered, you’re armed with the latest weaponry and your men are second to none — but do you possess the stealth, speed and tactical thinking to lead them to victory? Time is not on your side: you have just six days to complete your mission. To emerge victorious, you must lead from the front, maintain control of the situation and fight with sheer intensity.
The defining tactical shooting game franchise continues with SOCOM 4, created by the original design team at Zipper Interactive. A totally overhauled single-player mission structure will put players on the battlefield with more control than ever before, while the 32-player online combat scenarios will test every gamer’s fortitude in battle. The game also allows the use of the PlayStation Arc for precise aiming via the motion controller accessory.