Deception IV: Another Princess sounds amazing. The core game was already packed in with stuff to do, but the upcoming expansion is adding a ton of stuff as well as an all-new hero. Legacy fans have a lot to be excited about, as classic traps and characters are returning, including ones from previous Deception games and Trapt.
The “Deception Studio” editor mode is actually more in-depth than I thought, since you can use traps and objects you’ve obtained to create your own enemies and even name them. In essence, you can craft custom quests of your own design.
Finally, our new protagonist can physically attack enemies for the first time in the franchise’s history — pushing them into traps or stomping them on the ground. It’s set to release in March in Japan on the PS3, PS4, and Vita, and if a localization is announced, it will shoot up to one of my most anticipated titles of 2015.