Article Archive for May 2010
PS3 Attitude in the hizzle fo shizzle! For the unaware, we are warming up our vocal chords for the upcoming game – Def Jam Rapstar.
Rather excitingly, it looks like Europe is set to have some home grown talent featured in the game.
Final Fantasy IX is now available to download from the Japanese PlayStation Store.
Fun fact: If your name is Isaac, you are automatically awesome. It’s true.
VidZone has grown a lot since it first released nearly a year ago. And very soon it’s taking another leap forward in the form of Pay-Per-View concerts!
The music streaming service will be providing an exclusive Faithless concert in the near future for an unknown price.
This week’s update should keep you busy for awhile. Critter Crunch and Mushroom Wars are on sale until the 26th. If you haven’t bought those games yet, you might want to get on that.
The ModNation Racers and Tiger Woods 2011 demos are now available. No Iron Man II demo for Europe it seems. Don’t worry, you’re not missing much.
There’s DLC for Dragon Age, Split/Second, ModNation Racers, Rock Band, and Guitar Hero.
Take some screenshots of your ModNation track and share them with us. We’d love to see your creations.
Modern Warfare 2’s Stimulus Package contains five new multi-player maps, two of which have been reused from the first Modern Warfare, and it’s retailing at a pricey £10.99. This surely falls into the “I want, but not at that price” category. Right? We maybe not…
Earlier on this month we brought you news that EA will be charging purchasers of used EA Sports games $10 to access online components that would have been free if the game was brand new.
Ubisoft has sniffed the pie, and decided they also want slice – and so it begins.
Modern Warfare who?
This is a great week for the PlayStation Store! There’s something for everyone and that doesn’t happen very often.
Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix is now 50% off thanks to the Spring Fever celebration. Joust, Championship Sprint, and Dynogems are only $1.99. Not bad!
Rocket Knight, The Price is Right, and Sam and Max Episode Two are now available to download. Expect our review of Rocket Knight in a couple of days.
This week we got demos for Iron Man II, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2011, Rocket Knight, and ModNation Racers. There’s definitely a lot of content to keep you busy, especially with the MNR demo. If that wasn’t enough for you, there’s also Bomberman Fantasy Race (PSone Classic).
As always, there’s tons of DLC for games like Bad Company 2, Rock Band, Guitar Hero, Dragon Age, Split/Second, and Record of Agarest War. Music from echochrome hit the PS Store today. You can either get the original music or piano remixes. Awesome!
Eurogamer have managed to find out more news from Sony for the MUBI film streaming service which was announced earlier today. Sony representatives revealed to the gaming site – probably while being tortured – that MUBI will be coming in Autumn and that a subscription package will be available to users.
We’ve already known that a sequel to PixelJunk Shooter was already in the works but now we know that things are running smoothly for PixelJunk Shooter 2. We even have a few concept pieces to show you!
When Sony told us the PS3 only does everything, they really weren’t kidding. Today they have announced that ‘MUBI’ will be coming to your console sometime soon.
That’s great – but what is it?
Positive news today as Sega Sammy Holdings has posted a year-on-year increase of almost 200 per cent for its fiscal year ending March 31.
What an amazing turnaround from last year.
SOCOM 4 has been announced for a while now, with a feature list that is looking mighty impressive.
The game is promising to deliver richer, story driven gameplay – with a cast of characters you will actually care about.
Now Zipper Interactive has released a few details regarding these key squad members
Following up on a story we posted almost a month ago – a new patch for Dragon Age: Origins is incoming to fix a number of problems seemingly caused by the PS3’s firmware update 3.30.
Breath easy people, it’ll soon be over.
We – along with many other people – like 3D Dot Game Heroes. The homage to all things old skool is a real treat.
The game is set to get even better though with the introduction of a ‘Hall Of Heroes’.
Creative people are going to be very happy!
505 Games and NaturalMotion have today released another “training camp” video for their upcoming American Football game, Backbreaker. The video shows off Backbreaker’s simplified passing mechanics which maps movement to the left analogue stick and the passing mechanics to the right.
How would you like to star in your very own video game? Later this year, you’ll be able to thanks to Virtual Air Guitar Company and their upcoming PSN title, Kung-Fu LIVE.
By way of the PlayStation Eye, the game will capture every move you make and transfer it too the character on screen. Not only that, the character on screen will be you! You’re the hero of this live action kung-fu game. Think of the old Mortal Kombat games’ graphics combined with action and adventure and you have Kung-Fu LIVE.
Screenshots have emerged for the Call of Duty game that never was. The cancelled WWII title would have been called the ‘Devil’s Brigade’ and was set to appear on the PS3 and Xbox 360.