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Who ya gonna call? Atari and Sony Pictures Consumer Products apparently. The two are joining forces to bring gamers everywhere the first ever Ghostbusters digital release title; Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime.
We told you in our review that it wasn’t a game breaker, but most of you went and cried foul anyway about Ghostbusters’ resolution on the PS3 when compared to the Xbox 360 version. “We got effed in the a” was the general consensus of many a PS3 owner. Maybe there was some truth to that after all. Maybe.
Bordering on cuteness of an almost criminal level, four Ghostbusters themed costumes will be available for LittleBigPlanet this Thursday.
Priced at $1.99 each or $5.99 for the pack, fans of one of the greatest movies of the 80s (if not of all time) will soon be able to express this ectoplasmic love by decking their Sackboy out as either Slimer, the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, a Casper-esque ghost with signature sign or in an actual Ghostbusters jump-suit.
The Homerun is back for another week of Home news from around the world. We will give you analysis of what’s happening in and around the virtual hub for the PlayStation 3.
We’re very happy because unlike in the last Homerun, we have a tonne to fit in this week so lets go straight into business and talk PlayStation Home!
After years in the making and months of developmental uncertainty, we finally have the Ghostbusters game we didn’t know we wanted so badly. Back in 2006, Slovenian developer Zootfly lit the five alarm fire that had the internet in a frenzy over a next generation Ghostbusters video game. Sony realized that they had a potential hit on their hands; they just needed the right developer to make this game shine.
But how well can a 25 year old movie franchise translate to a next generation video game and more importantly, to a totally new audience? There are many questions surrounding Ghostbusters: The Video Game but the most important is this, who ya gonna call?
The arrival of the EU official PlayStation blog is already proving bountiful with a run-through of what we can expect this month appearing on the new site.
It’s a motley assortment of news with release date …
Watch the new Ghostbusters trailer and get that 1980’s feeling in you. Never mind the readings on your PKE meter, that’s nostalgia filling up your body, not Slimer playing tricks on you.
The video features all new weapons, enemies and the icing on the cake: multiplayer. It also features a very menacing and not so cute looking Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, but we’re trying not to think about him anymore.
We still love Phil Harrison.
He might have jumped off the good ship Sony to fulfil a lifelong dream of heading up a studio but that doesn’t mean he isn’t able to put a smile on our collective faces around these PS3 themed parts.
Announced at the denouement of a Sony event in Sydney, Australia, Sony will help Atari publish and distribute the upcoming spectral infused Ghostbusters title.
Break out the Ecto-1 (or was it the Manhattan Spirit?) and get ready to…split up? Yup, according to this latest Ghostbusters “rules” video this is the best way to do more damage. The jury is still out on what gets damaged more, public property or unruly ghosts. We think it’s both.
The North American PlayStation Store has officially been refreshed.
Every week, we share what new games are newly available for PS3, Vita, and sometimes PSP. Full PS3 disc-based games often turn into digital downloads, new PSN titles from respected long running franchises as well as indie gems, and minis for days.
Another week of new releases and even less time to catch up on our gaming. We constantly beg for more games but don’t get any more time to play them. Read on to find out what we’ve been playing this past week?
The Expendables 2 hits theaters 16 August and the video game is tagging along for the ride. Its important to clarify that while the downloadable game bares the same name as the sequel to the original movie released last year, The Expendables 2 Videogame will actually end where The Expendables 2 movie begins. Confused yet? Then read on for a moment of zen.
Obviously this week’s update is dominated by the massive collection of launch Vita titles that are arriving on the store. A total of 17 games are now available for download on your new device. We hope your memory card can hold it.
In other news PlayStation Plus members are gifted a full retail game, Grand Theft Auto IV and House Of The Dead III can be purchased and the Mass Effect 3 demo awaits. All-in-all this may be the most content rich PlayStation Store update the States have ever seen.
Payday: The Heist makes its debut this week along with Hydrophobia: Prophecy and a pair of Pixar themed digital downloads.
On the add-on content front the Batman: Arkham City Nightwing Bundle Pack hits the store along with the usual lot of Rock Band songs. Have a look see.
This week PAL territories receive a very timely Halloween themed sale. In it you’ll find the likes of Limbo and the Prince of Persia trilogy so it’s definitely worth taking a look at.
Other highlights include inFamous: Festival of Blood and PixelJunk Sidescroller. Take a look you just might find something for yourself.
This week the PlayStation Store atones for the pathetic excuse for an update we all received last week with an explosion of new content and discounts.
All PSN users are privy to a large selection of discounts however Plus members are given special access to their own eclectic gathering of altogether free and discounted content. Take a look.
Time to save some cash on the games you may have missed the first time around. Two separate sales hit the store this week so you’re more likely than not to find something that tickles your buying bone.
Don’t forget that this week also sees the awaited release of Limbo. Overall it’s a pretty hefty update so head on in and check it out.
The US had its 235th birthday this week. Hope you celebrated properly and were able to drag yourself into work the next day.
Thankfully you got all of your celebrating out of your system because there isn’t much to get excited about in this week’s update. Highlights include a racer heavy sale and the public release of the Uncharted 3 multiplayer beta. Check it out.
This week’s update is rather substantial. There’s a treasure trove of discounted downloadable content to pick through as well as a healthy does of brand-new content.
Time’s a wastin’ readers. Take a look.