Category: Hidden Agenda

Hidden Agenda Out Now In The US

Katie’s new game Hidden Agenda has now launched in the US (sorry all us UK fan’s we have to wait till November 22nd to get it), From the looks of it the game is fun to play with no play through being the same only bad news is its a short game. You can get the game Here for $19.88 or if you just want to watch it there are some youtube lets play you can watch Here . The developers of the game as well today post a new video showing off all you can do in the game and how to play it.

I’m m Will Doyle, game director for Supermassive Games‘ Hidden Agenda. I’m delighted to give you a sneak peak of our new crime thriller, which releases on 22nd November. Hidden Agenda blends the best of games and movies, allowing up to six players to play through a cinematic, interactive story.

We’ve taken inspiration from neo-noir thrillers such as True Detective and Se7en to craft a tale of betrayal and revenge, set in a rainy, rundown city. You play Detective Becky Marney and District Attorney Felicity Graves as they hunt down the “Trapper”: a serial killer who rigs his victims with explosives to murder the responding officers.

As part of the PS4 PlayLink initiative, Hidden Agenda is designed for use with phones or tablets instead of DualShock controllers. This makes the game accessible to friends who are new to gaming, and allows us to award secret information and objectives to individual players. Hidden Agenda is great fun to play on your own, but you’ll get a very different experience if you play it with friends.

The below video gives you an overview of the game’s two modes: Story and Competitive. In Story mode, you’ll work together to catch the killer. In Competitive mode, you’ll get secret objectives as you play through. Much like a bluffing card game, you’ll need to trick your friends to evade blame and make your hidden agenda come true.

We’ve had so much fun creating Hidden Agenda, and we can’t wait for you to experience it for yourselves! I hope you enjoy this preview.

“Hidden Agenda” Update

We now have some more info on Katie’s new game Hidden Agenda, It has now been confirmed that the release date is October 24th for the US at $19 (Pre Order ) and 25th for the EU/UK at this time we have to price for it (Pre Order ), The number to people who can play is set at 1-6 player’s and you WILL need a smartphone to play the game using PlayLink. On top of that the game has won it’s first award for Best Casual Game at the 2017 Gamescom awards!

Hidden Agenda

Over a year ago now Katie post three on set photos of her filming a video game at that was all the info we had till now, E3 is going on right now (it’s the Comic-Con of video games) and Sony just announced three of there exclusive games coming out and Katie’s game is one of them. It’s called Hidden Agenda and will have you play Katie as Becky Marnie who is a Homicide Detective. The game is made by Supermassive Games who did one of my own favourite games of last year Until Dawn so it this is anything like that one it should be a amazing experience. The game at this time is set of a 2017 release date but that’s all we known for now.

Until Dawn was one of the more unique attempts at cinematic gameplay, mostly because it was ready made for playing with a group of your friends. Now its developers, Supermassive Games, are gearing up for an even more social experience with their next PlayStation 4 title, Hidden Agenda. It’s one of the first games to support Sony’s new PlayLink feature, which lets a group of people play together with their smartphones.

Hidden Agenda centers on a group of people trying to stop a serial killer, so you can expect to see plenty of grizzly death sequences like in Until Dawn. The launch trailer shows a group of four friends using their phones to make group decisions — like sticking together or going separately, when entering a new area — and at other times one person is forced to make a choice. The game will also secretly give one player a secret objective (hence the name), that could put them at odds with the others. If anything, it looks like it’ll be another great party game from Supermassive.