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Week 4. Don’t bother checking who’s leading. It’s Danny. But what’s this? We’re awarding a special accolade to Kawaii? Could a real challenger finally be emerging?
Ben Mattes talks DLC for the new Prince of Persia Game. Don’t expect skins and weapons. When they do it – they’re doing it right with whole new stories becoming available.
The PlayStation.Blog is getting a big re-design this Monday morning. Be there or be square!
Another week, another amazing announcement from Criterion about the future of Burnout Paradise.
After announcing the likes of the Delorean from Back to the Future last week, this week Criterion tells us they intend to turn Paradise into a playground with the release of their Toy Cars series.
Eurogamer speaks to Nate Fox from Sucker Punch about the upcoming inFamous as the world fires questions at him via online chat. Find out what was revealed.
New videos of Resistance. One European, one Japanese. We ask: which one floats your Chimeric boat?
By now, you should already know that here at PS3A we are big fans of the Resi series. Whenever something new about a Capcom game hits the net, we (make that I) rush to report it.
So, today is Resi day! Resident Evil 5 producer Jun Takeuchi told Eurogamer that a demo is being prepared and that it will be announced in the next few weeks. “We’ll be making an announcement about that relatively soon”, he stated. Furthermore, he left the window of downloadable content open by saying that it is possible…
Arrr! Get ready to download that Booty! Age of Booty. If buccaneering is not your bag, there are more downloadable LBP costumes for you to salivate, not to mention what possibly could be the longest game content add-on list yet!
Ubisoft announced the full playlist of their anticipated snowboarding game featuring Shaun White. Shaun worked closely with Ubisoft during the development of the game; he even took part in the selection of the songs.
The tracklist is consisted mostly from classic rock songs, with some alternative sounds making their appearance. You’ll find yourself listening to Bob Dylan and the next moment a Three Days Grace song kicks in. Absolutely awesome!
Shaun White Snowboarding is being released tomorrow. Are you ready for some snow?
Click though to see the full playlist…
You’ve seen the videos, you’ve played the demo. Now play Mirror’s Edge in full 2D glory. That’s right, I said 2D. Borne Games along with Electronic Arts have teamed up to bring you a flash …
As the inevitable gets closer, expect to see more and more of the following updates disseminate out of Sony regarding the upcoming/delayed/mythical release of PlayStation Home.
TedTheDog, renowned voice of Home in terms of telling us just what is going on in the Halls of Sony, has posted on the Community forums the following information that pretty much locks Home down to a release date – just don’t ask Ted what that date might actually be.
ThreeSpeech post a look at what could have been. An early prototype of LittleBigPlanet with all the usual suspects present and accounted for: physics, platforming, yellow head?
Beta footage from Killzone 2 has been analysed. Does it look better in 720 or 1080? Well, the title to this post might give it away but check out the screenshot and let us know what you think.
I decided recently that I wanted to play Dead Space. Off I went to my local game shop with a couple of games to trade, not expecting that I would be told that that game wasn’t appropriate for a girl to play.
We like Far Cry 2.
We like it for its fire effects and sandbox approach. We like it for the African savannah and the atmospheric day/night cycle effects.
And it would appear you like it too.
Edge Online gets a couple of hours with the new Prince of Persia game. Does it live up to the hype or does the co-operative feature prove overly quirky?
Capcom and Sony sitting on a tree, S-E-L-L-I-N-G (games). That’s the tune some of us will be singing this Thursday (or mabe just me), when the new Capcom store front is debuted in the PlayStation Store.
You remember X-Blades, don’t you?
The ‘Nariko-alike’ lead character in the game, Ayumi, has recently been given a wash and brush up by a number of fans around the world. Southpeak Games ran a competition asking for ‘fanart’ of their new queen of hack-n-slash, and received a huge number of high-quality entries.
Japan is not too happy with Bethesda’s new post-apocalyptic RPG and want some cuts. As for India – sorry – you’re not getting it at all.