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This week isn’t so bad. There is a demo for 2010 FIFA World Cup and Aqua Panic HD is the lone downloadable game for this Thursday.
DLC is really where this week shines. There’s Blue Toad Murder Files Episodes 4-6, The Incredibles LittleBigPlanet content, and for Mega Man 10 you can now purchase Bass and Special Stage 1. Woot!
First Play makes its highly anticipated debut today. You can either buy the first episode or you can subscribe to First Play for three months. Let us know what you think of the service.
If you have a PSP then you’ll be happy with all the deals, so take advantage of those while they last.
This week is packed with special offers for the PSP and PS3.
There’s tons of DLC and some are actually free. The highlight is clearly The Taxidermist for Heavy Rain. This episode is a side story featuring Madison. If you’re a fan of the game then you need this content. More Heavy Rain is never a bad thing, right?
The Namco Museum Essentials is now available in all locales. This is the only downloadable game. The Penny Arcade Episodes are bundled together and there is a new Mini.
Warhawk joins in on the Dynamic Theme fun. We haven’t seen it yet but the game is awesome. We can only assume the same applies to the theme…
It is Tuesday, and you know what that means, don’t you?
Yes, today and repeating every Tuesday, PS3 Attitude becomes PSFree Attitude.
The Spike TV Video Game Awards has come to a conclusion. Trophies were handed out, world premiere trailers were shown, and random celebrities were seen.
While absent for most of the show, Uncharted 2 came out swinging towards to end to receive the award for the coveted Game of the Year, beating out Assassin’s Creed 2, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and Left for Dead 2. Naturally, it would also go on to win Best PS3 Game and Best Graphics.
We told you in our review that it wasn’t a game breaker, but most of you went and cried foul anyway about Ghostbusters’ resolution on the PS3 when compared to the Xbox 360 version. “We got effed in the a” was the general consensus of many a PS3 owner. Maybe there was some truth to that after all. Maybe.
We’re got a number of Marvel properties coming to the PS3 this year. Among others, there’s Marvel Super Hero Squad (for the kids), Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 (for Stan Lee fans) and Iron Man 2 (for people convinced the sequel can’t be as bad as the first game) so it’s no surprise to see Marvel promoting their upcoming wares in as many ways as super-humanly possible.
And who better to promote your new game than the lovable Sackboy?
Well would you look at that. A very nice North American PlayStation Store update plus a baker’s half-dozen (that’s seven) of ‘PlayStation Network Favorites’ for a discounted price. Notice how it does not read favourites; this is for North America only. We can just feel a whole continent seething right about now.
But for the lucky ones in the ‘new country’ it’s nothing but love from Sony and the PlayStation gang: one new game, one new PSone classic, three new demos, a new Pulse and a bunch of other add-ons and wallpapers to boot.
Sure, still no Metal Gear Solid 1 or Bomberman, or anything else with ‘weight’ besides the weekly LBP, Rock Band and Guitar Hero World Tour offerings. At least those are not delayed. Oh no, I think I may have jinxed it…
Disney’s Tarzan for the PSone? F-yeah! Themes for the on-again off-again Battlefield 1943? At least you can pretend to play the game while browsing your XMB while cursing EA and DICE. Bonus Mission for The Last Guy? I got it! this update is a clever ploy to get all of Europe to buy The Last Guy DLC in frustration. Is it working? But seriously, The Last Guy rules.
Bordering on cuteness of an almost criminal level, four Ghostbusters themed costumes will be available for LittleBigPlanet this Thursday.
Priced at $1.99 each or $5.99 for the pack, fans of one of the greatest movies of the 80s (if not of all time) will soon be able to express this ectoplasmic love by decking their Sackboy out as either Slimer, the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, a Casper-esque ghost with signature sign or in an actual Ghostbusters jump-suit.
Media Molecule is working on a new version of LittleBigPlanet, according to MCV today.
The ‘Game of the Year’ edition will include the full game plus most of the currently available downloadable content.
Buzz Jr. Robo Jam will keep those wireless buzzers dust free for a while, and today’s PSone Classics may bring a nostalgic tear to your eye. Who ya gonna call when the BF 1943 servers crap out? The Ghostbusters demo, that’s who.
Today’s additional game content includes Motorstorm, Cross Edge (mostly free), Dynasty Warriors 6 Empires (completely free), Midnight club L.A. and Skate 2.
You already broke the servers, so you don’t need us telling you that Battlefield 1943 is out now. Remember your Sun Tzu ladies and gentlemen.
But what else made it today into the European PS Store? Plenty more. Three demos (Battlefield 1943, Ghostbusters and Fuel), additional content for Motorstorm, Skate 2, High Velocity Bowling and Dynasty Warriors 6 Empires.
The Dragon Ball franchise has been with Atari for quite some time, that is, until now. It looks like the series will be heading back home to its original Japanese publisher, Namco Bandai. The company states that they will publish all Dragon Ball games for five years starting January 2010. They will also take over the most recent DB games; Dragon Ball: Raging Blast, Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo, and Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans all this year. Looks like Atari is going to be sailing through some rough waters…
The Homerun is back for another week of Home news from around the world. We will give you analysis of what’s happening in and around the virtual hub for the PlayStation 3.
We’re very happy because unlike in the last Homerun, we have a tonne to fit in this week so lets go straight into business and talk PlayStation Home!
After last week’s big one, things have certainly slowed down significantly in the European PS Store update front. Not a big deal, some of us have yet to digest all the content from last week and we got games to play anyway.
Unless you got Rock Band, Guitar Hero, or are really looking forward for some more free MotorStorm livery packs there’s nothing here for you. Except for some cool videos like the Assassin’s Creed commented gameplay trailer, Inferno Pool, inFAMOUS and Mini Ninjas trailers.
After years in the making and months of developmental uncertainty, we finally have the Ghostbusters game we didn’t know we wanted so badly. Back in 2006, Slovenian developer Zootfly lit the five alarm fire that had the internet in a frenzy over a next generation Ghostbusters video game. Sony realized that they had a potential hit on their hands; they just needed the right developer to make this game shine.
But how well can a 25 year old movie franchise translate to a next generation video game and more importantly, to a totally new audience? There are many questions surrounding Ghostbusters: The Video Game but the most important is this, who ya gonna call?
Welcome to another Homerun. This week we have been covering the E3 convention and listening out for news on PlayStation Home.
So hear what has been announced and released in this run-through of the goings on in and around the online world.
The arrival of the EU official PlayStation blog is already proving bountiful with a run-through of what we can expect this month appearing on the new site.
It’s a motley assortment of news with release date …
It’s Thursday, and it’s time for another Homerun, the weekly run-through of whats happening in and around the world of PlayStation Home.
There are a few good things to talk about so let’s go straight into it ok?