Videogame fanatics, particularly PlayStation 4 enthusiasts, rejoice! The PlayStation Play Everything Roadshow is now in the country to let Filipinos enjoy current and upcoming titles for the beloved console.
The event, which is open to the public, runs from October 3 to 8 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the SM North Annex, in Quezon City. After making stops in Singapore and the Philippines, it will head to Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand throughout the rest of the year.
So what can you expect from this virtual spectacle?
PlayStation VR: PlayRoom VR, VR Worlds, Farpoint
Just Dance 2017
Miss zumba class and not feel guilty with the latest installment of the dance craze. No need for a worn-out mat; just a motion controller or even your smartphone can gauge those sweet moves.
What better way to decompress after a hard day's work than have a go at this platform course. A simple objective plus trippy visuals—colorful, jelly titular characters—provide the amusement.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
Relive your childhood with the nostalgic compilation that revolves around the whirlwind marsupial. Crash is back to foil the plans of Doctor Neo Cortex, smash crates, and be protected by Aku Aku.
Taiko No Tatsujin
The rhythm game is a must-play in the affair, being one of the impending PS4 releases. Fans of the Japanese series are thrilled over its English version called Drum Session!, for a good reason.
Gran Turismo Sport
Much has been said about the next edition of the driving simulator, which marks a new era for the franchise. Channel your inner racecar driver in the neat booth, less the hassle of metro traffic.
It wasn't surprising that the basketball demo had the longest line at the event. The roadshow also organized mini tournaments, where players were given the chance to bring home authentic NBA jerseys.
We're so stoked
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