The Catch-Up: February 6th, 2014 – Child of Light Shines on the PS3 & PS4 April 30th; Full ‘Kaz: Pushing the Virtual Divide’ Film Viewable

  • According to Deadline, Sony is in talks with Seth Gordon (King of Kong, Horrible Bosses) to direct the Uncharted movie. We’ll just have to wait and see if this means we’ll actually see the Uncharted movie someday. [Source]
  • A new patch is now available for Rocksmith 2014 Edition on PS3. Bass songs now indicate Picked/Fingered, songs can be sorted by tuning, and other issues have been addressed, the developer revealed. [Twitter, More Details]
  • The third title update has been brought out for Madden NFL 25 on PS4 and Xbox One. You can expect this update to include improved stability for the game, along with a few fixes. [Check Out The Full Details]
  • Almost out of nowhere, Aksys Games confirmed Magus on PS3 for a release date of Tuesday, February 25th in North America. It will cost $29.99 and no word was given on whether or not it will also be sold through the PlayStation Store. [Source]
  • If you experienced some resets with downloadable items in God of War: Ascension, don’t worry, as the developers are aware of it and are working on fixing it right now. [Source]
  • Square Enix is reporting that some people may have received DLC codes for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, but they won’t be active until February 11th. [Twitter]
  • There’s some bad news on the Square Enix front though, specifically those who ordered Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII through their online store. They have said, “Some of our carriers have warned us that packages being delivered to Connecticut, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Maine, Massachusetts, and Nebraska may run into winter weather delays.” So, be aware that you may not receive your game on release day due to weather. [Source]
  • Mark Healey, Creative Director at Media Molecule, recently said, “Excited with progress at [Media Molecule] on the title we gave a taste of at PS4 announce, can’t wait to announce it properly!” Stay tuned! [Twitter]
  • In the Best Buy USA flyer starting this Sunday, The Last of Us, Beyond: Two Souls, and Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag will be $29.99 on PS3, with Gran Turismo 6 at $39.99. They’re also offering a $10 PSN credit when you buy 1-year of PlayStation Plus. [Source]

New Videos

  • You can now watch the full 1 hour and 24 minute film, Kaz: Pushing the Virtual Divide (no, it’s not that Kaz), which is about the man behind Gran Turismo:

  • Child of Light, briefly described as a “classic RPG with turn-based combat”, has been confirmed for release on April 30th, meaning it’s likely to arrive on April 29th in North America and April 30th in Europe. The game will cost $14.99 and be available for download on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U, and PC:

  • For Europe, PS Vita title Dangranronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc comes to retail on February 14th, with a PlayStation Store release on February 19th at €39.99/£34.99. North America gets the game at retail and on the PlayStation Store this Tuesday, February 11th [Source 1, 2]:

  • There’s some better news for European gamers wanting to buy Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God, as it will be out on February 19th through the PlayStation Store, with retail getting it two days later on February 21st [Source]:

  • Here’s the reveal of the Void Sword in Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2:

With you shine your virtual dollars on Child of Light this April? Let us know in the comments below.