Players’ Choice: Vote for February 2021’s best new game

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February has come to a close, which means it’s time to open up the Players’ Choice polls and vote for your favorite new release of the past month! From the stylish heroes of Persona 5 Strikers and Ys IX: Monstrum Nox to the tricks and puzzles of Little Nightmares II and the We Were Here series, February was bursting with unforgettable moments. 

We’ll keep the polls open until Sunday night at 11:59pm Pacific, so be sure to cast your vote before then. Make the pitch for your favorite release in the comments below! 

How does it work? At the end of every month, PlayStation.Blog will open a poll where you can vote for the best new game released that month. Soon thereafter, we’ll close the polls, tally your votes, and announce the winner at PlayStation.Blog. PlayStation Store will also showcase some top Players’ Choice winners throughout the year.

What is the voting criteria? That’s up to you! If you were only able to recommend one new release to a friend that month, which would it be? In keeping with our long tradition in the Game of the Year Awards, remastered or re-released games won’t qualify. Ambitious, larger-scale rebuilds and remakes like Shadow of the Colossus and Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy will.

How are nominees decided? The PlayStation.Blog and PlayStation Store editorial teams will gather a list of that month’s most noteworthy releases and use it to seed the poll. Write-in votes will be accepted.

PlayStation Now games for March: World War Z, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, InFamous: Second Son and Superhot

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With PlayStation Now’s March line up, you can answer those burning questions: Who’s more dangerous, zombies or humans? If you had  superhuman powers, would you use them for your own needs or others? Could you make it as an ace pilot? Or an action hero? 

Starting tomorrow, you’ll have your answers. Four new games are playable on demand from Tuesday, March 2: World War Z, InFamous  Second Son, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown and Superhot all join PS Now’s huge library of PS4, PS3 and PS2 games*. Let’s take a closer look at each game in turn.

World War Z

PlayStation Now games for March: World War Z, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, InFamous: Second Son and Superhot

As humanity stands on the brink of extinction, a hardened few band together to defeat the undead masses threatening our way of life. Take on huge zombie swarms in story-driven campaigns set in the same world as the hit film,, fully playable in online co-op for up to four players. You can also choose to fight other players for survival in a range of intense Player vs Player vs Zombies game modes. 

●      Available on PlayStation Now until September 6, 2021

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

PlayStation Now games for March: World War Z, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, InFamous: Second Son and Superhot

Strap yourself into the cockpit of some of the world’s most formidable fighter planes and skim through the clouds engaging in daring aerial stunts and nerve-shredding tactical dogfights. Immerse yourself in a unique alternate reality where real-world, current, and near-future milita

Official PlayStation Podcast Episode 389: Returnal To Form

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The team is back and ready to dive into all the juicy details from this week’s State of Play. Plus, Sid divulges some expert advice for tackling your first Bloodborne boss.

Stuff We Talked About

  • State of Play updates
  • Returnal
  • Five Nights At Freddy’s Security Breach
  • Sifu
  • Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade
  • Persona 5 Strikers
  • Little Nightmares II
  • Far Cry series
  • Bloodborne
  • Crimsonland

The Cast

Sid Shuman – Senior Director of Content Communications, SIE

Kristen Zitani – Senior Content Communications Specialist, SIE

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Share of the Week: Control – The Oldest House

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Last week, we asked you to enter the world of Control: Ultimate Edition and share reality-bending peeks at the weirdest office ever, The Oldest House. From twisting walls to unusual decorations, you shared your weirdest environments using #PSshare #PSBlog. Here are this week’s highlights: 

Jesse floats through a hallway that takes quite a turn in this share by JO_yamayama

Well that’s one way to decorate the office. Shared by papitacosss.

Photoingame shared a look down a seemingly innocent hallway.

Lots of floaters in the Quarry, as shared by MdeavorVP

Namielsushi found some misplaced decorations.

Maintenance looks pretty sinister in this share by spiderB02856209.

Search #PSshare #PSBlog on Twitter or Instagram to see more entries to this week’s theme. Want to be featured in the next Share of the Week? 

THEME: Vertical

SUBMIT BY: Wednesday 9 AM PT on March 3

Next week, we’re looking at things from a new angle — 90° to be specific . Share your best vertical shots from the game of your choice using #PSshare #PSBlog for a chance to be featured. 

Want to share more of your epic photo mode moments? U.S. players can enter the Red Bull Capture Point competition* for the chance to win some thrilling prizes. See full details at

*Red Bull Capture Point Official Contest Rules:


Baobabs Mausoleum Grindhouse Edition blends nostalgia and mystery

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Hi there ghoulies & rotten friends! Jacob Jazz here, solo dev creator of the Baobabs Mausoleum Saga! I’m also the Celery Emblem´s warlock, making indie games since 2010.

Baobabs Mausoleum is a dreamlike mix between the RPG-adventures of ‘90s handheld consoles and the great graphic adventures of the late ’80s. I’m creating a unique nightmare universe loaded with influences both literary and cinematographic.

The mix of ideas and emotions converges in a single point: The town of Flamingo’s Creek within Wlair County. This place only appears every 25 years, and only in nightmares.

Development background

After five years of development, and launching episodic chapters, Baobabs Mausoleum: Country of Woods & Creepy Tales, arrives in full today with its Grindhouse Edition on PlayStation. Developed in Jacob Jazz’s gloomy monster garage in Madrid city.


To build the stories that make up Flamingo’s Creek, I decided to pay homage to my favorite cinematographic works, so I used the key artistic background in films by directors such as Tim Burton or Terry Guilliam, making use of picturesque plots that seem to be taken from a film by David Lynch, not forgetting the use of “video clip”-style music akin to famous scenes Tarantino scenes; As you can see, it is the mixture of many things in order to achieve a new and unique style.

About the town

The town of Flamingo’s Creek is a recurring dream of mine — a deconstructed mix of experiences. It is a rural mountain town, with a community of characters totally isolated from the rest of the world. From time to time, the idea of ​​creating my own town (a la Twin Peaks), was a constant for years. I often think that the true protagonist of this adventure is not Watracio, but the citizens themselves.

Truly discovering Flamingo’s Creed requires playing all three episodes. However, in episode two players can freely explore, making use of a day and night cycle. The passage of time intends to create a window through the screen to better understand the town and its secrets. When you’re not playing, life at Flamingo’s Creek goes on…


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