Many of you, including us, are very interested in FirstPlay, the new weekly video magazine that will be arriving on the European PlayStation Store next month for 99p per episode.
The Lost Gamer were lucky enough to speak to Editor-in-Chief of the Official PlayStation Magazine Tim Clark about the new service.
Grand Theft Auto is one of the most iconic and most talked about franchises in gaming. In fact, it is one of the most talked about across the entertainment industry.
It has also been one of the top controversial franchises of the last decade, from the infamous Hot Coffee mod in San Andreas, to the general portrayal of sex, drugs and violence.
It arrived onto the PS3 and Xbox 360 as one of the most anticipated games of all time.
Ubisoft today dated the release for the next Prince of Persia title; The Forgotten Sands.
The movie tie-in is due to arrive on May 18th in the US, ten days before the film The Sands of Time releases in theatres.
You want to know more about Final Fantasy Versus XIII? Not satisfied with Final Fantasy XIII coming out next month?
We are sorry to say that the wait to see the Versus game may be even longer that expected.
Sony has announced details on the launch events around the UK for Heavy Rain this month.
As the crime thriller is one of the biggest games of the year, Sony want to make sure we all know about it, and so are going to be sitting themselves in some of the country’s entertainment stores.
Last Thursday saw the release of the Burnout Paradise DLC bundles on the PlayStation Store in North America.
We’re big fans of the game, and so were hoping that Europeans wouldn’t get left out.
Today Uncharted 2 was updated today to version 1.05, and it adds minor improvements to the multiplayer aspect of the game – after all what would they change to the single player!
Highlights include thirteen new medals, updates to the various maps, rebalancing of weapon damage and attributes, and changes to the penalties for leaving matches early.
With the game less than a month away, there is already speculation about downloadable content for Final Fantasy XIII.
This is no surprise as the majority of big games these days receive additional content sometime in their lifetimes.
Sony Europe has announced that the PlayStation Network is scheduled for another spot of maintenance tomorrow from 16:00 GMT.
From then till 17:30 GMT you will be unable to sign in to any PSN service.
A new piece of downloadable content from our old favourite Uncharted 2 has been announced, giving us a sense of déjà vu as it steps back to the game that started it all of; Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune.
When it becomes available on the 25th of February, you will be able to add new maps and player skins to your system.
Today new screens and a trailer have emerged for the FIFA World Cup 2010 game which releases in April.
It features all 199 teams that took part in the qualifying stages as well as all ten stadiums from this year’s tournament.
Tony Hawk: RIDE wasn’t exactly a huge success. The game received mediocre reviews and sales were low, but Activision hasn’t given up on the concept.
Today they announced a sequel to the game, again using the periperal and they hope to take full advantage of the hardware this time around.
Welcome to another Homerun for news and views on the latest content to arrive in PlayStation Home this week.
Firstly Sony is in the mood for love by delivering a special Valentine’s Day themed SingStar space for both North America and Europe
The latest issue of Game Informer introduces the world to L.A. Noire, which is now a multiplatform game.
The 1940s Los Angeles crime game was first announced in 2005 as a PS3 exclusive, but for reasons unknown this is no longer the case.
Some time ago we saw Ubisoft officially announce another Assassin’s Creed, despite the fact that the second game has only recently been released.
Speaking to investors, the company has released some small new details on the game.
So you want to see the PlayStation 3 playing games in 3D, and have yet to do so? We wouldn’t be surprised because it has only be shown at small game events and at CES in Las Vegas.
But if you live in Canada, you have another chance to see it with your own eyes – and those ugly glasses!
Yakuza 3 releases in North America and Europe next month, and if you’re planning on getting the game in a PAL territory, we have some good news for you.
Europe and Australasia which cover the two regions in the PAL territory will only be getting the Collector’s Edition or Yakuza 3, but for the regular price.
Want to hear more about L.A. Noire? It was announced a very long time ago, and was originally touted as a PS3 exclusive.
But since then we have heard very little about the game, and it has been concluded by pundits that it has gone multiplatform.
Welcome back to another Homerun! This is the place for news and views on the latest content to arrive in PlayStation Home.
We’ll start with North America this week.