Article Archive for March 2010
Yes you have read that right. European retailer GAME will be landing inside Home next Thursday.
A special space will be added to the virtual universe for gamers to explore.
One of the new features for the Gran Turismo series in GT5 is night racing.
Sony has now unveiled a new trailer that shows off what night racing has to offer in the game.
Dary! Yep, that’s right How I Met Your Mother is getting a special Featured Collection in this weeks Video Store update.
It features six bro-tastic episodes that have been hand picked by the ladies man himself, Barney Stinson aka Neil Patrick Harris. If you’re not a HIMYM fan yet, now is the perfect time to become one.
In a statement likely to terrify every developer in the world, God of War III director – Stig Asmussen – has commented that the engine they used to run the game is running at no where near full speed.
This begs the question – just what more can be done this generation?
Warner Bros. have announced that The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest will be fully compatible with the PlayStation Move – but is it the type of game PS3 owners want to see?
This week is actually pretty good. Why? Because the Blue Bomber returns! The incredibly awesome Mega Man 10 is now available on the PSN. Don’t forget to read our review.
There are three demos to keep you busy. One for MLB 10 The Show, Mega Man 10, and Feeding Frenzy 2. Various games are on sale this week, including Age of Booty. Like always, there’s tons of downloadable content as well.
Since the release of the E3 demo, people have been drooling over Kratos’ beautifully rendered face.
But since the release of that demo, things have changed.
The Homerun is back for another view of the week’s new content to reach PlayStation Home.
This week is dominated by a new software update weighing in at 49mb that features what Sony call a Navigator, which replaces the World Map and will show when launching Home.
This week is pretty light in content. Despite there being five new PSone Classics, they are not the games that people have been begging for.
Luckily, Mega Man is here to save the day once again with the release of Mega Man 10. Be sure to read our review.
The new episodes for Resident Evil 5 now have a bundle. If you are still uncertain about getting the DLC, check out our reviews for Lost in Nightmares and Desperate Escape.
A demo for RE5 has also been re-released. We had no idea it was ever taken down.
Shatter was one of the most notable games released on the PSN last year and it finally making its way to PC later this month. With it, the game is bringing new modes in addition to multiplayer. The good news is that these modes will be making their way to the PS3 version at some point in the future.
We go hands-on with the PC version of Shatter to bring your our impressions of these new gameplay modes; Endless Mode, Endless Co-op Multiplayer, Time Attack, and Time Attack Co-op Multiplayer.
MTV Games and Harmonix have announced that Green Day: Rock Band will launch worldwide on June 8th, 2010. Naturally, there will be a variety of purchasing options although to much surprise, the game is not going to be bundled with any instruments.
When Mega Man 9 was first revealed, the gaming community was left in shock due to the 8-bit design. After the game was released, it was clear that going old-school was more than just a gimmick. For the first time in years, fans were given one of the best entries in the Mega Man series.
Capitalizing on the success of Mega Man 9, Capcom has delivered another retro-styled Mega Man game. This time, the NES visuals and gameplay in Mega Man 10 are not as surprising as they were in 2008.
Has the nostalgia worn off or is Mega Man 10 a sequel that is truly worthwhile?
LucasArts have finally stopped neglecting PlayStation owners by confirming that the upcoming special edition for The Secret of Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge will be coming to the PSN. I know what you’re thinking; what about the special edition for the first game that Xbox360 and PC owners have been enjoying for months? LucasArts have announced that it will be coming to the PSN also. Happy Days.
Many of us felt a sad twinge in 1998, as the incredibly popular, multi-format GamesMaster TV show came to an end. Well happy days, as it appears it could be set to return as part of a complete reboot of the GamesMaster brand.
Sony has confirmed that a gameplay enhancing attachment will be released for the PlayStation Move – say hello to the Sub-Controller.
Sony have revealed the full list of third party developers who have pledged to support PlayStation Move. The extensive list contains several major players such as Activision, EA, Sega and Konami.
Recently Rob Dyer, SCEA’s Senior Vice President of Publisher Relations boasted that he wasn’t “having any trouble getting third-party support.” Dyer was right to be boastful, as this is a very long list.
They’ve done it, they’ve finally done it; the Motion Controller has a name, and that name is PlayStation Move. Not Arc, not Gem, but Move.
Sony unveiled the name for its motion sensing device at the …
Come autumn all PS3 owners will be able to dust off their running shoes, break out the Lycra shorts and work up a sweat as EA have announced EA Sports Active 2.0. Are fitness games really worth the money?
Is it Gem? Is it Arc? The sooner we can stop calling it the PlayStation Motion Controller the better, but new evidence suggest it will in fact be called PlayStation Move.
Sony has filed a new European trademark for the name for use with a control device.