Tomb Raider and Dead Nation headline March PlayStation Plus

The March line-up for PlayStation Plus has been detailed, including the still-not-announced Dead Nation: Apocalypse for PS4, an updated next-gen port of Housemarque's zombie shooter. Take a look at the full line-up after the break.

PlayStation 4
  • Dead Nation: Apocalypse EditionRun-and-gun through the zombie apocalypse as hit arcade shooter Dead Nation shuffles onto PlayStation 4. Fight for your life alone or with a friend as Jack McReady or Scarlett Blake as you step onto the streets of a city overrunwith undead flesh-eaters. And, if you’re feeling really brave, take a walk down the Road of Devastation – a deadly experiment that pushes your survival skills to the absolute limit as you face hordes of zombies with no extra lives and no second chances. The dead may walk – but you can make sure they don’t walk very far.

PlayStation 3
  • Tomb RaiderThis newest rendition of Tomb Raider explores the intense and gritty origin story of Lara Croft and her ascent from a frightened young woman to the hardened survivor that she would become known as. Armed only with raw instincts and the ability to push beyond the limits of human endurance, Lara must fight to unravel the dark history of a forgotten island to escape its relentless hold.
  • Thomas Was AloneThomas Was Alone is the critically acclaimed indie platformer about friendship and jumping. Guide a group of sentient rectangles through a series of environments, combining their skills to reach the end of each level. Listen to awesome music by David Housden, negotiate obstacles meticulously placed by Mike Bithell and immerse yourself in the characters’ journey with a voiceover read wistfully and amusingly by Danny Wallace.
  • Lone Survivor: Director's CutIn this psychological survival adventure, the masked protagonist must escape from a city ravaged by disease, by any means necessary. Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut is a new kind of adventure where the choice of how to survive is up to you. Sneak through without firing a single shot, or kill everything in your path. Eat and sleep well, or resort to drugs to keep going. Search for survivors, or try to escape the city alone. Look after your mental health, or descend into madness. Lone Survivor is a game where your choices genuinely matter.

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  • Unit 13Jump into the action with Unit 13 for PlayStation®Vita and conquer 36 tactical missions and 9 high value target battles as you help take down global terror networks and earn your place in the military elite. With the precision of the PlayStation Vita systems’s dual analog sticks and unique touch interface, Unit 13 is the perfect on-the-go action shooter. Wi-Fi connectivity adds fast 2-player co-op action, and 3G compatibility keeps you connected for instant social updates and new daily mission challenges.
  • Monster Hunter: Freedom UniteIn the world of Monster Hunter you’re never alone. The biggest Monster Hunter title to date with over 500 hours of gameplay. Huge variety of character customizations including 1400 weapons and over 2000 armor sets. Players can form a team of up to 4 players through Ad-Hoc play and experience the social gaming phenomenon. Fans of the series can transfer their data from Monster Hunter Freedom 2.
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Games - Watch Dogs new game Release Date announced

Watch Dogs Release Date Officially Announced

More than six months after the original launch date.

Update: Ubisoft has officially confirmed Watch Dogs will be available globally on May 27.
A new story trailer has been released to accompany the announcement, which you can check out below. Also, be sure to check out our latest hands-on impressions.
Original story follows.

Original story: Watch Dogs will be available on May 27, according to a new trailer for the game.
Eurogamer reports that a since-removed video on revealed the date at the end of a trailer. An official announcement by Ubisoft is expected later today.

This means that Watch Dogs received six months of extra development following previous delays. Ubisoft delayed Watch Dogs just a month before the game was supposed to come out in November 2013, which in turn led to us chatting to the developer about quite why this was done.

Despite a scare last month when the game's trademark was abandoned, Ubisoft since explained that such a move was the result of fraud, before successfully getting the trademark restored.

Earlier this week we got reports that the release date would be June 30 after a pre-order option appeared on the Sony Store, but it appears this wasn't correct. For more on Watch Dogs, check back to IGN later today.

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