My name is ryan. I love games more than anything in the world. Unless the person reading this is offended by that, in which case I put you slightly ahead of gaming my games.
One update wasn’t enough to capture all the content that has been building up during the outage. Yes, the June 1st update was substantial but there’s simply more to be had.
It’s Welcome Back time people so make sure you get your free games this week. One particular stipulation for the program is that you must select your free games from the Welcome Back banner on the storefront. Going straight for the game will mean you will be paying for it. For more information click over to the PlayStation.blog FAQ page.
This week E3 rules the gaming universe but let’s not forget that one of the PS3’s flagship franchises is releasing a sequel. inFamous 2 will be available June 7th but there is definitely time left to amplify the anticipation for Cole McGrath’s return. This trailer highlighting some of the new powers awaiting gamers aims to do just that.
Early in 2010 THQ and Virgil Games released Darksiders. A game that was as refreshing as it was reminiscent of previous titles. To the surprise of no one a sequel is currently in development. Have a look at the premiere trailer for Darksiders II.
The vastness of E3 can make it difficult to acquire all of the information that comes out of the annual show. Never fear dear gamer that’s what we’re here for. This year we’re compiling all of the relevant news in one convenient place. This place actually.
Oh PlayStation Store it’s good to have you back. What more is there to say really? We’ve missed you mightily and you’ve now returned to your rightful place upon our dashboards.
One of the few positives to come out of the outage is this rather large update. There’s plenty to look over here so let’s get started.
This is somewhat of a unique week for the PlayStation Store in that the content of the update pales in comparison to the fact there is an update to speak of.
The ‘Welcome Back’ initiative is not yet active yet so don’t go looking for your free games just yet. Enough talk, head on in and check it out.
Enjoying L.A. Noire? If you are looking for more ways to clean up the filth that is Los Angeles and don’t want to spend a ton of money doing it, perhaps ‘The Rockstar Pass’ will intrigue you.
Although the madness that is E3 has yet to commence, Eidos Montreal has decided to give us all an early look at their official E3 trailer for Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Every year the FIFA franchise brings us as close to the pitch as possible without the endowment of god-given talent or the hours of training necessary to experience personally the fervor of international football.
FIFA 12 looks to up the degree of realism this year with the introduction of the new Player Impact Engine.
Despite everything that has transpired since April 20 it looks like there might finally be a light at the end of the tunnel.
Dedicated super-fans can do some pretty incredible things with the games they love. Inspiration can take one down many different avenues but what happens when the entirety of GTA IV’s Liberty City is mapped using Google’s handy StreetView application?
We’ve only had a short while to tool around with Brink but that hasn’t stopped Bethesda from announcing the upcoming release of downloadable content as well as stats site to keep track of all of your death…er success.
With all of the excitement and speculation surrounding the inevitable next generation hardware releases from Nintendo and Microsoft it’s no wonder that the conversation would find its way to the PlayStation franchise.
If you’ve ever quietly wondered what it would be like to fly a P-51 Mustang during WWII, Birds of Steel is probably your best and quite frankly only chance to strap into the cockpit.
The strictly WWII era flight combat game is not scheduled to release until 2012 but do not despair dear gamers because we’ve got the debut trailer and other media-type goodies for you to enjoy.
Rally-racer DiRT 3 has been released this week and should currently have a home somewhere on store shelves.
DiRT 2 was a visually rewarding driving experience in its own right when it dropped back in 2009 but how does the successor stack up against the latest racers on the PS3?
Last week Infinity Ward released a set of four teasers for their upcoming shooter. War hit the streets of America, France, Germany and England.
Teasers are great but they pale in comparison to actual gameplay footage.
Digital Reality has announced SkyDrift, an arcade-style racing game available for download this summer.
We’ve got the first trailer and a generous helping of screenshots. Take a look and let us know what you think.
The online layoff has been difficult for gamers of all types but perhaps the group most anxious to get back to business as usual are fans of online shooters.
Now that online gaming has largely been restored to the PS3, users have the chance to make up for lost time by earning double XP this weekend for two of the most popular first-person shooters.
Dutch development studio Romino has announced its latest game: Awesomenauts. One which is intended to remind gamers of the 16-bit glory days of the 1980’s. If you weren’t alive in the 80’s just think of it as an opportunity to take a ride in a very limited time machine.