SOE’s 2011 PSN Lineup Revealed, Plants Vs. Zombies Coming Next Month
Sony Online Entertainment is becoming an increasingly important publisher on the PlayStation Network, with developer Fire Hose Games recently sharing their love for SOE. Not only will they be publishing Slam Bolt Scrappers, but also a whole host of PSN games – including Plants vs. Zombies.
The PopCap Games hit, Plants Vs. Zombies. The plant-on-zombie tower defense game has been announced by SOE to hit the PlayStation Store next month in February. The full list of SOE’s 2011 games has been announced:
Plants vs. Zombies: Scheduled to debut on the PlayStation Network this February, this zombie-zapping downloadable game challenges players to build an arsenal of loyal plants to defend their home against attacking waves of the undead.
Acceleration of Suguri X Edition: SOE and Rockin’ Android team up once more to bring the ultimate in anime-style robot-fighting to the PlayStation Network. In Acceleration of Suguri X Edition, players take on the role of a scorned robot to maneuver through arcade storylines and battle other robots.
Slam Bolt Scrappers: Developed by Fire Hose Games, Slam Bolt Scrappers is an intense building and brawling mash-up, exclusive to the PlayStation Network. Players aim to construct the greatest towers in Slam Bolt City while defending against devious baddies and epic bosses.
Akimi Village: Developed by NinjaBee, players obtain blueprints, gather resources and construct a village to help rid Akimi Island of lingering gloom in this PlayStation Network exclusive.
Sideway: Set against the gritty art culture in New York City, Sideway follows the adventures of Nox, a 2D rebellious young artist, as he navigates the 3D urban streets. This audacious new PlayStation Network exclusive by Playbrains and Fuel Industries is scheduled to launch this spring.
Rochard: Players embrace the gravity-bending exploits of space miner John Rochard as he discovers the first proof of extra-terrestrial life. Developed by Recoil Games, Rochard combines space exploration and puzzle-solving in a side-scrolling single player experience.
Will you be looking forward to purchasing Plants Vs. Zombies next month or is the organic zombie apocalyptic slayer too late to the PSN party? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.