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Bad news for bionic corporate America; they have lost one of their own in this state of economic turmoil. Depending on whom you ask at his former office, the bionic middle manager was summarily dismissed as part of a strategic downsizing or because of his role in an unfortunate high-five celebration mishap.
Don’t feel too bad for him, our bionic friend has bounced back and found a job already. Nothing as cool as a fireman or profitable as a middle manager, but it puts food on his bionic table. He’s a paperboy.
Not to be outdone by Namco Bandai, EA have come out swinging in terms of media for the upcoming Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
The sequel to 2008′s well-recieved Bad Company is going to feature some rather more frosty locales, from the look of these screens. What’s more, there is even a video to accompany the images.
Poor Bats can’t catch a break. Everywhere he turns there is someone trying to beat him down, someone trying to break his flow, someone showing up in skimpy new uniforms, someone trying to break his back or even someone trying to hunt him down like some kind of snake. It’s his own fault really; who hangs out in a psychiatric hospital overrun with lunatics?
Add one more person to that list because Poison Ivy joins the festivities as her longing to ‘grow together’ reaches new heights in Arkham Asylum. But not in the way we expect, the lady in green that does not rhyme with ‘bulk’ has a very different perspective on personal growth.
Dead to Rights:Retribution – technically the fifith title in Namco Bandai’s Dead to Rights franchise – is coming to the PS3 in the last quarter of the year.
Whilst previous games have garnered mixed verdicts, there is something that makes us cautiously optomisitc about this release.
Maybe is has something to do with the flurry of media that was released about the game today.
It’s really turning out to be a week of “megaton” reveals.
With yesterday’s news of Fallout 3 DLC coming to the PS3 first to shake the foundations of fanboydom, we now have footage from arguably the most secretive “in development” PS3 title right now – Team Ico’s next game – leaked on to the web.
What better way to highlight Inferno Pool’s competitive nature than some actual footage epitomising the spirit and utter geekiness of what happens when grown men gather around a console, talk smack and try to better their fellow man in a tribal contest. What this new footage shows (apart from four guys goofing around) is just how Inferno Pool’s vindictive nature can surface in an instant.
This Thursday we have a bumper package of LittleBigPlanet DLC crawling out of the bowels of the PSN. But this is no normal DLC. We are getting the first of a new type of pack this week – one which will add to the current DLC canon, as well as provide far better value for money. But what exactly makes this particular content pack so special?
Capcom have released the best trailer yet for the upcoming Bionic Commando. But there are some strange things you notice if you scrutinize the video. Well, maybe not, but we noticed a few odd likenesses during our first few hundred views.
Well we didn’t spot it in our Homerun yesterday, but it has come out that in the PlayStation Home video we posted from the Official Blog, there is a hidden code for two free hats in the online universe.
When you have the code, you must enter it into ‘Reedeem Codes’ from Account Management or via the PlayStation Store.
Considering End of Eternity is a popular Isaac Asimov novel over here in the West, it’s no surprise to see the upcoming Japanese RPG of the same name go through a change of title for us gaijin.
Developed by famed Star Ocean creators tri-Ace, the newly christened Resonance of Fate is to be published by RPG defenders Sega.
This weekâ€™s Homerun is here and we have a few things to talk about.
Have a read of our weekly run through of the goings on in the ever expanding world of PlayStation Home.
Watch the new Ghostbusters trailer and get that 1980′s feeling in you. Never mind the readings on your PKE meter, that’s nostalgia filling up your body, not Slimer playing tricks on you.
The video features all new weapons, enemies and the icing on the cake: multiplayer. It also features a very menacing and not so cute looking Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, but we’re trying not to think about him anymore.
Go into the Codemasters Racing Studio for a first look of Colin McRae: DiRT 2. With DiRT already in the name, what happens when new water technology comes into play? Mud, beautiful HD mud.
We knew it was coming, we just didn’t know it was going to look this good. Or get so much mud on our windshields. But we don’t care really; not when it looks this good.
Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising, billed as “the complete antitheses of the on-rails, run-and gun action shooter” will now see an autumn 2009 release.
Rest assured, the extra development time will be put to good use.
Hot off the heels of the impressive ‘Mission Variety’ video comes the opening cinematic for PROTOTYPE. The video showcases the protagonist Alex Mercer showing his acrobatic prowess in the run down and seemingly isolated New York City streets during the day, before showing us the perils that come with the night.
It’s no doubt that Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is going to be one heck of a blockbuster this summer. Fast cars, hot women, and huge explosions are the perfect formula for success. The trailer was just released last week and it was awesome. This week, we have the trailer for the upcoming game adaptation and it is just as cool.
Remember when we told you that we would have the trailer for Red Dead Redemption tomorrow? Well by tomorrow, we actually meant a few hours because the debut trailer is here and it is quite the Western.
Watch as John Marston catches outlaws, jumps across trains, rides horses, and does a bunch of slow motion takes in what can only be described as Grand Theft Auto meets the Wild Wild West.
It started with the noblest of intentions; using his bionic arm to save people (or pets) in need, but his dream did not stop there. He had his eyes set on something bigger, something more meaningful, something he would be proud to write to his bionic mother about: middle management.
With the impending North American release of Sacred 2 May 12th (5th June for Europe, sorry Phreaky), we are treated to a video of one of our favorite game modes as of late: cooperative game play.
Sacred 2 offers two player offline coop for social butterflies and four player online coop for PS3 hermits.