Article Archive for April 2009
We’re been twittering like crazy for a while now and it never ceases to amaze us just what kind of cool information can appear in 140 characters or less.
Like the following: Evan Wells, Co-President of Naughty Dog, set the twitterverse alight just 17 hours ago with the following pithy, yet unbearably intriguing, update:
“The demo’s getting closer…”
Did you design a weapon for Captain Qwark’s “My Blaster Runs Hot” Ratchet & Clank Future Weapon Design Contest? If not, it’s too late as the five finalists have been announced.
From a giant sticky hand to a mini Captain Qwark blaster, these are the best of the best and it is up to the publics vote to decide which weapon will be included in the final game.
Those guys at Guerilla Games are always pumping out patches for Killzone 2. No, weâ€™re not complaining, in fact weâ€™re celebrating because they have just released patch notes for v1.24!
So what more awesomeness could they possible pack into to the game? First off, it enables you to play the game with every single new Japanese gamer that will be jumping online when the games releases in Japan on the 23rd of April.
Beam over to StarTrekFanKit and you’ll see that director J.J. Abrams will join stars of the new Star Trek movie Chris Pine (Kirk) and Zachary Quinto (not Sylar) in Home with some selected journalists (note: not us) tomorrow for a Q&A session.
To make things easy for all you Trekkies out there who don’t want to miss what’s revealed, we’ve embedded the feed in this article. Obviously it’s offline at the moment but, come tomorrow at 4pm GMT, it will spark into life and roll with the exclusive Star Trek themed insight.
E3 is less than two months away, and John Koller, the head of SCEA Hardware Marketing is very optimistic about the annual games convention in LA.
Last year amongst other things we saw the launch of the Video Store in North America, and Massive Action Game (MAG) get announced for the very first time. So how significant will this year’s be?
We take a look at the Red Faction: Guerrilla demo open to European users. Is it a beacon of sandbox inspired hope or have Volition lost contact with their probe and must now simply watch on in dread as it slams lifelessly into the powdery soil of Mars – never to be heard from again ?
Let’s face it, Paradise City is a pretty lawless town.
From April 30th however, Paradise City citizens can breathe a sign of relief and be able to safely walk the streets again, the threat of some fool in a beat-up Carson GT tearing over the horizon and into their children a distant and unhappy memory. The law is coming.
Since debuting in Batman: The Animated Series, the deranged – yet perennially chirpy – sociopath known as Harley Quinn has become a firm fan favourite.
We’ve known she appears in the upcoming Arkham Asylum game for some time but, up until now, we haven’t actually seen her in action.
You asked us for more competitions, and boy are we gonna give them to you!
Here’s a reminder of the first competition in the 2009 giveaway schedule. There is still time to enter before the winner is chosen this Sunday.
There is a new video fresh out of the Nobilis vaults showing off the classes in the new game, Trine. Not only that, the trailer also shows off some of the ways the three classes can help each other out in the co-op mode. Don’t believe us? Go see for yourself, then.
We got a live one over here! Two for four on the good PlayStation Store updates. This one looks even bigger than the European counterpart, although size isn’t everything. But it helps sometimes. If you know what we mean. Like the size of your proctologist’s fingers. The smaller the better. Think about it.
It was only yesterday that we brought you greetings from Venice in the form of a postcard hinting Assassin’s Creed 2. Today, we have more information regarding the game shrouded in mystery.
Ubisoft have released another …
Another Thursday, another PS3 Attitude Homerun!! Thatâ€™s right, the weekly run through of the biggest developments through PlayStation Home is here to keep you up to date with everything going on.
The ongoing mystery of Xi continues with a new development this week. The manhole cover in the Home Square/Central Plaza finally opened with a space that Sony like to call â€˜Home Maintenanceâ€™.
The chain is broken! After the slim Japanese update and the anorexic Hong Kong update, we are pleased to announce the hefty European update to you. The Europeans. Living in Europe. Or stubborn Europeans living abroad. Or non-Europeans dreaming of warm lagers, ministries of funny walks and dead parrots.
How high in miles is Mount Everest? What’s the worlds tallest animal? How many monarchs have there been in England? Who is the longest serving United States President?
If you are a quiz bofin, own a copy of Buzz! Brain of the UK, and fancy representing the nation in a real-world quiz showdown facing other countries around the world, you may be interested in a new competition unveiled by Sony.
Following the not a lot going on here trend, Hong Kong skimps on new Store content today. They even kick it down a notch. We hope this is not contagious like last week’s infection/outbreak/whatever-the-hell-that-was. We’ll call it the “PS Store Incident”.
Get your Flock on in Hong Kong. Be the Monkey King in LBP or get fired up with a MotorStorm II promo video. Damn it, I just gave away the entire Hong Kong PS Store update…Don’t believe us?*
Not a lot going on in Japan’s Store this Thursday, but it won’t matter to those who have a certain demo in their hands. Like the Japanese. In Japan. Or insane importers. Wherever they are in the world. Probably not in Japan.
Joining CD Projekt Red Studio’s “The Witcher” in the medieval monster-hunting stakes is Flying Fish Work’s newly announced “Hellion: Mystery of the Inquisition”.
Based in Bydgoszcz, the studio are hard at work building “an historical fiction game that will put you in the center of the medieval world, full of its cruelty, intransigence and diversified beliefs.”
A new update for SingStar hits today. Expect downtime and a download of unknown size. It will take your cruddy old version of SingStar and update it to the shiniest version, 3.01! Hurrah!… But what does it actually do?