Article Archive for February 2009
Trophies are now mandatory since January 1st right? Not if you read the fine print. Read on for some interesting revelations about just what games must contain the feature.
New details have emerged about a new expansion pack coming soon for Metal Gear: Online. Two new characters and three new maps have been revealed. Which new character would you rather play as?
…to bring back the name Jason.
Yep, that’s right. According to the Codies’ site, the name Jason is becoming less and less popular and – as everyone knows – people with unpopular names are less successful. Apparently.
In an article entitled “Killzone 2 is Who We Are” over at the official PlayStation site, Guerrilla Games talks everything Killzone, highlighting the fact that the graphical fidelity sought for the multi-player aspect of the game was “very very difficult.” And not without its price.
But will the sacrificed co-op mode be making a comeback via DLC? Read on to find out.
Famitsu, in a move that sees the continuation of the magazine scoring Yakuza games quite highly, really really likes the latest chapter in the adventures of Kazuma Kiryu, Japanese bad-ass extraordinaire. Though it didn’t get the elusive 40/40 – it wasn’t far off.
Want to show off your amazing baseball skills? What better way to prove this then by collecting all 30 trophies. 16 Bronze, 7 Silver, 6 Gold, and 1 Platinum are up for grabs.
Most of the trophies deal with winning streaks or calculated totals so don’t expect to earn them all in a weekend. From pitching a perfect game to having a 50 game hitting streak, MLB 09: The Show is making you earn every single trophy.
Oh we envy those guys at PS Only, they were lucky enough to get the chance to visit Guerrilla games in Holland. They also asked them about Home support.
They were unable to give any concrete details however they did say Home support is “likely”.
Our friends over at Eurogamer, not content with announcing the Euro price of â‚¬3.99 back in December have also announced today that Konami have stapled the enticing bounty of a mere Â£3.29.
You may be familiar with the Watchmen content in the European PlayStation Home Theatre. Well the content is set to dramatically expand.
We’re guessing you want to know what’s on the cards…
Crippled by lag while playing SOCOM: Confrontation? The boys over at Slant Six have your … eh, Six. Whatever. There’s a fix coming soon.
Changes. They play a major role in our every-day life and they affect everyone; even sales! After that poetic (yeah, right) sentence, let’s take a look at what the industry has for us this week. As you may have already figured out from the title, F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin made its depute in the UK earlier this week. Did we have any other changes?
As part of the Â£2 million UK advertising budget for Killzone 2, Threespeech has revealed Sony’s teaser trailer for their campaign.
It’s only 10 seconds long but we can expect a much longer (30sec?) trailer to arrive on our TV screens very soon.
In our first ever Cell Yell – the feature that sees our readers become the stars of the show – we asked you for five words that describe the PlayStation 3.
What did we do with the results?
With the release of Street Fighter IV this week, we’re here to remind you of another upcoming fighter that goes by the name of Tekken 6. The game has come a long way since its days on the PlayStation and it is looking beautiful. We especially love the great amount of detail put into the characters. By now you’ve already seen the trailer so click through to see the stills…
You might remember us mentioning Dante and his upcoming game, developed by the folks over at EA Redwood, a while back. No, we’re not talking about the devil slaying demon toting that giant sword of his. This Dante traveled through the nine circles of Hell in “The Divine Comedy”.
We bring you juicy details featured in the March issue of PSM3. Aside from a new look for the Middle Age poet, Inferno boasts controls and gameplay similar to God of War meets Deadspace…
Konami Digital Entertainment has announced today that Ã¼ber-popular Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots will be released as part of Sony’s budget priced Platinum series on March 5th.
Jeff Rubenstein, Social Media Manager over at the PS Blog, has posted about a cool new way of getting demo codes into the hands of the faithful.
From today, Helghan soldiers can be found running around Home probably wondering why everyone is dancing and not trying to shoot their collective faces off. Approach them for they have codes!
Home Manager TedTheDog has taken it upon himself to set the record straight regarding the almost daily outbursts from European Home fans complaining about the lack of EU content. Is there new content coming for the Europeans? You betcha! Can Ted talk about it? Not really.
The PSN revolution continues this week with the release of Noby Noby Boy.
On the eve of this imminent release, Takahashi-san himself has bucked his usual camera-shy tendencies to speak about the game on the PS blog.