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.
If you’ve still got some money rattling around in your bank account you’ll be happy to see Trine 2 making its way to the store this week. The action-platformer looks to be a nice addition for all libraries.
Other highlights this week include a smattering of free DLC and a hefty grouping of discounts headlined by the original Trine.
Nothing warms the heart of a young child quite like a stocking full of gifts on Christmas morning. That’s why this year the PlayStation Store is making it easier than ever to purchase some great games for your loved ones. Sit back and enjoy the sight as they pull the strips of paper you used to scrawl the download code on from their otherwise deflated gift sock.
“WHAT STARTS WITH WAR, ENDS WITH DEATH.”
Details have surfaced concerning the forthcoming PS3 exclusive, The Last of Us. Among them is the revelation that none other than Naughty Dog is behind the game’s development.
In strict accordance with the previous, rather extended delay of Castle Crashers on the PS3, the pink knight character pack is now available for download a little over a year after the brawler’s release.
Highlights this week include DLC packs for Resistance 3 and Battlefield and a slew of full game downloads.
This week’s update brings a pair of DLC packs for Battlefield 3 and Resistance 3. Other highlights include an incredibly long list of Hyperdimensia Neptunia price cuts and some full game downloads.
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Wouldn’t it be great if you could get an in depth explanation of the combat mechanics built into one of next year’s most anticipated RPGs?
Oh hey look at that, a combat guide for Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning.
Yes Spike TV’s annual Video Game Awards may be roughly a week away but that hasn’t stopped many of the shows announcements from leaking to the public early. Including this chaotic trailer introducing the latest exclusive slated for PS3 release, The Last of Us.
Have a look.
While this may not be the cavalcade of must-have content that the European stores have seen before, this week’s update does give us the chance to download a few games which have been properly aged and are now ripe for purchase.
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This week update is centered around the digital release of The Sly Collection Bundle and de Blob 2. Other highlights include a 33% price break on inFamous 2 and Rock Band’s blind ambition to bombard us all with yet more song downloads we don’t care about.
Say goodbye to flying mammoths and pacifist dragons (possibly).
American football is a sport teeming with inspirational quotes made by the equally inspirational men leading their squads on the field.
UCLA Bruins coach Henry “Red” Sanders famously said “Winning isn’t everything. It’s the only thing” and legendary Alabama Crimson Tide general Paul “Bear” Bryant declared “There’s no substitute for guts”.
This past weekend University of Louisville front man Charlie Strong weaved his own noteworthy words into the history books following the Cardinals’ loss on Saturday.
With the release of Assassin’s Creed Revelations mere days away, the development team at Ubisoft figured we could all use a proper refresher on the narrative as we head into the series’ fourth game.
The astronomically successful Call of Duty franchise outdid itself once again with the release of Modern Warfare 3, posting day-one sales figures eclipsing any and all entertainment releases that came before it.
This week the PAL territories are granted access to the all-encompassing Call of Duty ELITE and recently reviewed Hydrophobia Prophecy among other downloads.
In conjunction with the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, online players looking for an edge can today register for a Call of Duty ELITE account.
Outside of that, highlights include a digital download of Dead Space 2 and a few good demos to try out.
Jonah Hill of Superbad fame and Sam Worthington from Avatar have lent their collective acting and urban warfare talents to help spread the word that “there’s a soldier in all of us”.
Be it real or fake, a blurry photo claimed by the provider to be none other than the map of Grand Theft Auto V surfaced earlier today.
Need for Speed The Run is a game predicated on heart-pounding action, large-scale explosions and swimsuit models. So when EA announced that famed director Michael Bay would be directing an upcoming television spot for the upcoming racer the marriage made perfect sense.