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You too can become a master of all things trivia that involve cartoon explosives and pies to the face thanks to this very colorful and informative HD video courtesy of our friends at the PlayStation Blog.
The final box art for Street fighter IV has been unveiled and guess what, Chun-Li’s 15 minutes are officially up in North America until the Chun-Li-centric Street Fighter movie opens (why?). Capcom has done their homework in the form of listening to fans through their Unity boards, other interweb outlets and oddly enough, laser cats.
Voice Chat is back with version 1.05. Kinda. Read on to know the details.
We love games. We love comics. It would therefore be a natural progression to assume that we love games based on comics. This would be a venial mistake however as, let’s face it, we’ve been …
Like night follows day, you can be assured that LittleBigPlanet will continue to be supported to a high degree over the upcoming holiday season and beyond.
Sackboys and girls will no doubt have already noticed that …
There’s nothing more frustrating than being affected by a issue that appears to be so unique that no one has a clue how to help you – even the people who are actually trained in …
The doors of Home have been thrown open with update 1.04 allowing users to rush freely in rather than wait incessantly at the doors hammering for access. And when they get in there’s a Christmas gift awating – beards!
Come December 23rd, LittleBigPlanet is getting a massive update, Metal Gear Solid style. We’ve already seen the Snake Sackboy costume before. Now, there are 3 others; Meryl, Raiden, and Screaming Mantis! The costume pack will …
Free Radical Design, creators of the Timesplitters franchise and the much (and unfairly) maligned Haze announce today that, after a fruitless search for a new investor, they will be closing their doors for good.
A late update but a good one. The way too long-named Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars drops to the way more cofortable price of $9.99, Crash Commando is priced the same way to boot
Crash Commando makes its worlwide debut in Europe, but the masses are still sore abuot their lack of SSFIITHDR to even care. The Mercenaries 2 free map pack and the game Soldner-X: Himmelssturmer make their European debuts today.
Capcom has release the box art for the much anticipated Resident Evil 5. The game is scheduled for release on Friday March 13, 2009. Ooooooh, Friday the 13th, how scary.
“The new box art imagery gives …
As children, we all dream of becoming a rockstar. We want to play the guitar like Jimi Hendrix or beat our drums like Ringo Starr. We can now live out those dreams in the comforts …
Sony Computer Entertainment will conduct ‘system maintenance’ for PlayStation Home today, December 18 at 12 midnight PST. Home is expected to go back online after six hours if all goes well.
Our good friends at the PlayStation Blog have given us a few tips and strategies to get us ready for today’s debut of Crash Commando later today at the North American PlayStation Store (it will also be out in the UK).
Game mode details, friendly trash talking from the developers and the possibility of a demo? Read on to find out more.
Bethesda announced that the patch v.1.10 is now available for download next time you pop the game disc in your PS3 drive. The afforementioned patch is only available for the PS3 – at least for now – and takes 24mb out of your Hard Drive.
In those 24mb you’ll find trophy support, some bug fixes like the GOAT freeze and also a solution to the problem with the in-game notifications regarding friends.
Here is the full trophy list…
Good news everyone (living in Australia)! All of you blokes and sheilas down under will enjoy the same uncut version of F.E.A.R. 2 the rest of the world will get to experience next year.
This week in Rock Band brings you all the songs, packs or albums that you will be able to purchase for your favorite Rock Band simulator this Thursday (groupies not included but highly recommended).
I can’t believe I’m writing this. Rock Band is going country…what the hell?
Last week a significant update was made available for one of the best PlayStation Network puzzle games ever, echochrome. Trophies were enabled and a whopping one thousand levels were added to the ‘freeform’ mode. That’s one 1 and three 0′s after it.