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'Hidden Agenda' is the next social game from the 'Until Dawn' crew

It's also one of the first Sony PlayLink titles.
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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.

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