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In what is the final update of January the PlayStation Store goes light on the new games but grants a 40-50% discount on 12 games from the Final Fantasy catalog. If you’ve been meaning to get started on the series or perhaps you’re looking for a way to kill 500+ hours of your time, now is a fantastic time to get started.
Other highlights include a new map pack for Assassin’s Creed Revelations and a demo for The Darkness II.
SEGA announced Binary Domain a while back; an I, Robot-esque third person shooter in which robots have evolved to the point of taking over humanity. The initial reveal trailer didn’t impress many with its ridiculous dialogue but nonetheless we remain interested. After all, can something from the creator of the Yakuza series be all that bad?
Today, SEGA released the first gameplay trailer for Binary Domain and already it’s looking more impressive than before. It looks as if the machine age has begun…
The very solid slate of special offers from last week will remain throughout this week’s update as well. So if you haven’t done so already check out the rundown of discounted titles because it’s a pretty notable bunch.
But if you say ‘nay’ to such fine discounts perhaps you will find The Fancy Pants Adventures or a full game download of ModNation Racers to your liking. Just promise us you won’t download Battle: Los Angeles. Better yet if you’re thinking about purchasing the movie tie-in how about redirecting your funds to support your favorite charitable PS3 site?
Well PS fans it’s time to reap what you have sown. Last month gamers were given the opportunity to vote on your favorite games featured on the PlayStation store in the last year.
Of course there’s more but your going to have to head on in and look for yourself. Happy hunting.
In 2010, Mass Effect 2 amazed critics and gamers alike with its supposed brilliance. After a series of rumors and denials, the sequel to a trilogy that was once thought to be an Xbox 360 exclusive was announced for the PlayStation 3. Unfortunately, the first Mass Effect was published by Microsoft and that made the game impossible to port over to the PS3. To compensate for this loss, BioWare included a motion comic to bring gamers up to speed on the story. What makes the package even more enticing are the DLC missions included in the Blu-ray and an updated game engine.
Is Mass Effect 2 really as epic as people make it out to be? Is it even worth buying if you never played the first game?
Sordahon reflects on his long journey through a powerful and heartfelt musical performance. You’ll laugh, cry, and even sing along with the evil overlord as his journey comes to an end. Or does it?!
Sordahon just doesn’t get the respect he deserves.
The PS3 has been sadly lacking in Apes over the past few years. Sure we’ve had Super Monkey Ball characters in Sonic and Sega All Stars Racing, and that freaky little wrinkled cola addict from Metal Gear Solid 4 – but wouldn’t it be nice to have a whole game dedicated to them?
Well good news – the PS3 is set to be invaded!
We feel that demons get a lot of bad press sometimes, and if Freekscape: Escape from Hell’s protagonist – Freek – is anything to go by, it’s all unjustified as the little red dude has a heart of gold – or at the very least, stainless steel.
But does this side scrolling platformer make us want to get our Freek on? Sorry – someone had to say it.
Woah, put the hammer down! High Moon Studios’ new Transformers game “Transformers: The War for Cybertron” will have no connection to the recent Michael Bay re-imagining of Hasbro’s insanely popular robot franchise.
Published by Activision and from the studio who created The Bourne Conspiracy, the new game has everyone’s favourite mechanised protectors and overlords take on their more traditional appearances compared to Dreamwork’s more busier renditions.
Well this is a first.
We were so happy Critter Crunch was released that, once we were done barfing with excitement, there was a bit of a scrap over who would do the review.
After an epic battle, Danny_D and I decided to share the review between us. Danny took on the multi-player aspect while I tackled single player modes.
You guys and gals know about Shatter, you were waiting for Napalm & Cordite, ready for the Fury add-on but there’s just so much more.
Call of Duty: World at War gets a demo for those too busy playing Call of Duty 4 to care about it at launch, WILD ARMS 2 is the star of the two PSone Classics released today, Cross Edge keeps throwing free packs at you while Dynasty Warriors 6 Empires tries to keep up.
Now this is more like it. Games, demos, and add-ons that everyone can enjoy! And by ‘demos’ I mean only one of them. Of course you could argue that any update that has new content for both WipEout HD and Killzone 2 would be a good one regardless of what else comes out that week, but nobody likes a smart ass. Maybe a donkey with math homework would like a smart ass, but that’s another story.
So there’s WipEout and Killzone 2 DLC, but what else is worthy? How about new downloadable games Shatter and Crystal Defenders; the latter beating the North American PS Store to the punch.
You already broke the servers, so you don’t need us telling you that Battlefield 1943 is out now. Remember your Sun Tzu ladies and gentlemen.
But what else made it today into the European PS Store? Plenty more. Three demos (Battlefield 1943, Ghostbusters and Fuel), additional content for Motorstorm, Skate 2, High Velocity Bowling and Dynasty Warriors 6 Empires.
Compared to the wimpy wimpy wimpy update of last week, this European PlatStation store update is quite hefty!
The highlights no doubt are Vidzone, the music video application, and four new add-ons for a few of the biggest PS3 games.
Do hefty men need hefty PS Store updates? Hell yeah we do! CellFactor, Trash Panic (yay) and, wait for it, Wolfenstein 3D. Frickin’ Wolfenstein man! Both Wolfie and Trash Panic are at that sweet $4.99 price point. Score!
Speaking of classics, the PSone classic Street Fighter Alpha 2 is here, along with three demos: the just released CellFactor, the Europe-had-it-first Fight Night Round 4 demo and the we-thought-it-was-360-exclusive Overlord II.
Behold their top 10 reasons why it’s cool to be evil video. Reasons nine and eight are very popular around these parts.
Minions to do your bidding, people to enslave, maidens falling for you, places to be destroyed, armies to annihilate; the list goes on and on. Animals to mount seems to be a popular reason too, but we are uncertain as to why.
We all had a different reaction to the recent news of Batman’s delay, but we can all still agree that we want to play Batman: Arkham Asylum as soon as it hits the streets.
In a good news/bad news scenario, Eidos and Warner Bros. released a new video showcasing Batman’s ‘freeflow combat’ to ease the pain and/or whet the appetite even further. We have to be frank for a minute, the bad news totally overshadow the good news.
Evil may have a new face, but your old minion friends are back just as you remember them. Only harder, better, faster, stronger and funnier.
Overlord II is coming sooner than you may have expected with new features and surprises that fans of the original Overlord: Raising Hell (guilty) hoped for.