Article Archive for February 2009
When it comes to smaller, niche and even retro games, the PSN is where it’s at these days.
Speaking over at the official PS Blog (we’ve mentioned that we love that site, right?) Senior Manager of the PlayStation Store, Grace Chen, has announced “PSN Spring Fever”.
The sequel to the highly popular Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has just been confirmed. Announced as part Activision’s forth quarter earnings call for 2009, Modern Warfare 2 is sure to impress. While we have no details on what Infinity Ward is up to this time around, an executive from the company stated that the game will be the most anticipated for the end of 2009.
The rest of the Bio-terrorism Security Assessment Alliance (BSAA) are there to help you take out some zombie hordes. According to the latest issue of Famitsu, four non-playable members of the BSAA have been named, along with a brief description.
Translated by IGN, the four members are Kirk Macison, Dave Johnson, Dan Dechant, and Reynard Fisher. The article also mentions Joss Stone who leads the Delta Team and was the instructor of Sheva.
Right now Twitter seems to be the talk of the town but one of our favourite pages is the PlayStation’s page.
Just recently on their twitter page they announced that God of War III content will be appearing on the PlayStation blog this Friday at 5pm GMT (9am Pacific).
Blu-ray is of course unique for the PS3 in the console market.
With the PS3 having the ability to play high-def movies and games, why don’t Sony combine the two onto a single disc?
SEGA and 20th Century Fox have announced today that yet another game based on the popular xenomorphs is coming our way.
And this time, they’re bringing a friend who just so happens to be in town with a few days to kill.
EA and Paramount Digital Entertainment announced that Godfather II will visit Europe in April 11th. Godfather II will emphasize on the formation of a “family”. The basic task of this “family” will be to become the most infamous in the United States of the ’60s.
Here we are once again to report on the weekly sales of PS3 sales in the United Kingdom. Since we entered 2009, new releases have been scarce, with only Skate 2 and Lord of the Rings: Conquest managing to achieve high sales. As it was expected, people had to make do with what was on the market. As a result. First Person Shooters made a dynamic comeback, with Call of Duty: World at War returning back on top. But CoD: WaW wasn’t the only FPS that made the Top 10…
Hideo Kojima, of Metal Gear Solid fame, is giving a Keynote speech at GDC this year. Everyone is looking forward to hearing what he has to say, especially with the suggestion that new details about his projects will be revealed the day before
PS3 Attitude goes back to Middle Earth with a review of EA’s The Lord of the Rings: Conquest. How have things held up since Sauron tore it a new one? Not too good it seems. One Review to Rule Them All … etc. etc.
This past weekend there was a little thing called Comic Con in New York. Geeks dressed up as their favorite superheroes came flying in from all over the place. There were also some game developers at hand and MTV Multiplayer got a chance to sit down an talk with Dan Tovar and Mark Brown, producers for Namco Bandai’s upcoming remake of the classic Splatterhouse…
Phase two-point-oh is a go. The SOCOM servers have been updated to give us a new online look and experience. The website servers that is, the game servers are still a bit wobbly for our taste. Here’s hoping that they are in fighting shape come SOCOM Confrontation’s European release. But I digress (again).
Been having fun blowing up other players in Call of Duty: World at War? Do you wish that there were more places for you to snipe your enemies or knock them out when they’re not looking? Come March, you and your fellow soldiers will have new environments to destroy each other in.
According to Kotaku, four new maps will grace the games multiplayer including one for the zombie in us. Whether German, Japanese, American, or Zombian, all will find pleasure in these new locals…
SEGA is back on the court with another Virtua Tennis for your PS3. The third SEGA tennis game to grace the PS3 (Virtua Tennis 3 and SEGA Superstars Tennis being the other two), Virtua Tennis 2009 will return with major enhancements and additions this year.
The amount of Home news today keeps growing, this time from the Official PlayStation Blog.
Along with confirming the previous Home details we heard already, US Home Manager CydoniaX gave updated details on some of the features Sony have planned for Home.
Our friends over at PlayStation LifeStyle did the world a great favor, by reporting that Namco Bandai’s upcoming PSP title, The Idol Master SP, will support Home connectivity.
With PlayStation Home becoming more popular day by day, something tells us that we’ll be seeing similar news rather occasionally. We wouln’t be surprised if we saw more PSP titles ‘visiting’ Home soon.
European Home Manager TedTheDog has been on the EU PlayStation forums today including replying to people’s questions and suggestions for Home.
Read More to find out what he had to say!
H.A.W.X. is the upcoming flight-em-up from Ubisoft that seems to have really grabbed our attention.
Now, it can grab your hearts and souls too with a demo that is due to arrive on the PlayStation Store this Thursday. So what will the demo include?
If you were to mosey over to Codemaster’s FUEL web-site today you would be in for a pleasant surprise. Not only do we get a release date but we have some actual game-play footage to mull over.