Article Archive for September 2012
So-called gaming ‘innovations’ normally disappear after a few short months, but occasionally they strike a real chord with players and stand the test of time. We’ve compiled a list of five genuine innovations that have truly revolutionised gaming, and show no signs of going away. And no, this article doesn’t include motion controls or instrument-shaped dust collectors.
Those privileged enough to remember Pro Pinball and their four classic tables are likely to have already contributed to Silverball Studios Kickstarter. For the rest of us, just know that they have put together some …
You have probably seen Simplygon in action at some point, not that you would have noticed.
Simplygon is a powerful 3D-optimisation tool, designed by the Swedish-based company Donya Labs AB to make high-detail games run smoothly. It has been used for major PS3 games such as Resident Evil: Raccoon City and Dark Souls, and it has even been used by Blizzard.
The EU PlayStation Store is brimming with fresh content whether you are a PS Plus subscriber or not, such as the much talked about Tokyo Jungle and FIFA 13. It may be safe to say that FIFA 13 will do well releasing on PS3, Vita, and PSP. Jump inside and tell us what you’ll be downloading this week…
So, you’ve downloaded the YouTube app for PS3, Vita, and smart phones. But do you know what the top five awesome video game inspired videos are?
The North American PlayStation Store has officially been refreshed.
Every week, we share what new games are newly available for PS3, Vita, and sometimes PSP. Full PS3 disc-based games often turn into digital downloads, new PSN …
Come join us once a week where we prove that our spare time isn’t entirely consumed by pounding away at a keyboard, but also by mashing the buttons of our DualShock 3s and Vitas. So …
Sony should be “more aggressive” going forward when looking for opportunities to bring games to both PS3 and PS Vita platforms, says the president of Sony Worldwide Studios.
Sony has revealed the release dates for Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time and shockingly, there’s a huge gap of 1 month where North America receives the title on 5 February, 2012 whilst Europe will see it early March.
These dates include the PS3, Vita and PSN releases, which will all release simultaneously.
We live in a constantly connected world where technology allows information to be readily available at any given moment, and our lives are broadcast 24/7 through social media. It’s a dangerous world that tiptoes a fine line between what is public and what is private. It’s this world that the developers at DONTNOD Entertainment hope to capture in their upcoming 3rd person action adventure game, Remember Me.
Capcom has revealed another DmC: Devil May Cry trailer which is packed with action, towering monsters and insights about Dante’s childhood.
The witty, confident and self-assured Dante stays true to character even when he is mercilessly outnumbered by demons.
Every week, we share what new games are newly available for PS3, Vita, and sometimes PSP. Full PS3 disc-based games often turn into digital downloads, new PSN titles from respected long running franchises as well as indie gems, and PS Classics for days. What will you download from today’s EU PlayStation Store Refresh?
Deep Silver has released a trailer for upcoming Techland developed game Dead Island: Riptide titled ‘When all hope is lost.’
Similar to the debut CGI trailer for the original Dead Island, this clip focusing on a couple as they make their last stand against a group of incoming zombies.
The PlayStation Store has been refreshed on this 18 September with a plethora of fine digital content. Including Borderlands 2, the Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII demo, and the Resident Evil 6 demo. Armored Kill drops for Battlefield 3 and DC Universe Online gets the Hand of Fate pack. What will you download today?
Come join us once a week where we prove that our spare time isn’t entirely consumed by pounding away at a keyboard, but also by mashing the buttons of our DualShock 3s and Vitas. So why not share with you a little bit about the games that we have found the time to play amidst our busy summer schedules.
WipEout developers Sony Liverpool had, sadly, been closed recently and it left many fans wondering if would be the end of WipEout.
Peripheral veteran Mad Catz has been making inroads into game publishing since last year when they signed a deal with Harmonix to acquire the rights for Rock Band 3. Now they’ve taken the next step by bringing Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII to the market.
LittleBigPlanet Vita hit retail under the directive of Sony well before the North American 25 September street date. We are unsure if this is the case in the European or UK markets, but EU PlayStation Blog announced their street date as 19 September. Have you picked up a copy of LittleBigPlanet Vita at your local retailer?
Blockbuster games cost a lot of money to make, so publishers are understandably cautious about taking any design risks. Thankfully, taking risks is where downloadable games absolutely shine, and the reason why they’re often much more innovative than big retail games. Listed below are five of our favourite PSN games, due to their incredible ingenuity, ambition and creativity.