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Earlier we announced that Sony Computer Entertainment had dated their new Motion Controller (a provisional title) for release this autumn. With its release in sight, we contemplate whether the PS3 with motion sensing is a match made in gaming heaven or whether we should expect to be overrun by a deluge of lobotomy-inducing novelty games – as has arguably been the case with the Wii.
Early adopters to EA’s third Skate game, imaginatively entitled Skate 3, will be rewarded with the Black Box Distribution Skate Park DLC – totally free of charge (dude).
Today an embargo was lifted that meant a few sites could now tell us about a secret event held last month with Sony.
The event was all about God of War III and some of the press were invited – sadly we were not one of them.
God of War III appears to be arriving in March, and it’s hyped up by many to be the biggest game for the PlayStation 3 platform to date.
We cannot wait to finally get our hands on the game and we assume most of you feel the same way.
Capcom has unleashed a new trailer for Resident Evil 5 Gold that shows us the story behind the Lost in Nightmares and Desperate Escape episodes.
Speaking to the Official PlayStation Magazine, Codemasters’ chief games developer, Matthew Horsman, is looking forward to what Sony’s new motion controller will soon bring to the gaming table.
Huge. Epic. Ferocious.
Three words that could equally be used to describe God of War III or its Spartan god-slaying protagonist Kratos.
Of course, we could spend all day coming up with other superlatives to express the majesty of God of War III.
Groundbreaking, relentless, eye-popping. We’ll stop there, not because there’s any chance of running out of adjectives, but because words have a strange way of not living up to the grandeur Sony Santa Monica Studio’s legendary tale of Greek mythology and gratuitous violence will deliver next year.
Fumita Ueda is one of the greatest artists working today.
It’s a bold statement, but if the “Are games art?” case were to ever go to trial, we’re pretty sure Team Ico’s Ueda-san would be called as a key-witness. In fact, he might even be the defendant.
Ueda-san is one of the rare few in the gaming industry who bows to no man. A visionary with shows impeccable patience on the path toward an ultimate goal. The creation of a videogame that not only entertains, but engages a player on the most emotional of levels.
Next year, after five years since his last project, The Last Guardian will launch on the PlayStation 3. And when it does, after hopefully being experienced by as many people that it deserves, there won’t be a dry eye in the house.
Fithos Lusec Wecos Vinosec
Final Fantasy VIII is finally coming out in North America. When? Soon!
Dante Alighieri, whose epic poem we have come to love, has been given a massive makeover. Gone are the days of writing poetry and in its place is a warrior of the Crusades.
In Dante’s Inferno, Dante will find himself at the gates of Hell, Death’s scythe in hand, determined to rescue his love Beatrice from the clutches of Lucifer himself. But before we enter the fiery depths of the underworld, we must find how Dante came to this point.
We’ve debated about it in the past, but it seems the perennial All Games Need Multiplayer hokum just won’t die. Next up to the online plate would appear to be the recently announced Dead Space 2.
Found lurking in the darkest corners of LinkedIn, EA have advertised an open position at Redwood City, CA – the location of Visceral Studios – for the new Dead Space game. The publisher are quoted as “Seeking a highly motivated Senior Online Level Designer for the Dead Space franchise on Xbox360 and PS3. This is a major opportunity to contribute creatively to an exciting new franchise.”
Splash Damage’s futuristic and dystopian FPS Brink has surfaced recently with new and exciting footage showing off the game’s unique SMART system.
Blending a free-running element akin to Mirror’s Edge with the usual ferocity associated with a First Person Shooter – as opposed to a First Person Runner – Brink is looking like a hot prospect for the end of next year.
Some eyebrows were raised, however, regarding just what hardware was actually running the current build on display in these aforementioned videos. Reported over at PS3 University – after confirmation from Splash Damage on their official forums – the footage shown is in fact from the PC version.
But don’t fret. The console versions will be on par. Apparently.
It’s looking like it might be a big week for Sony’s new Digital Comics service.
Announced at this year’s E3, and due to be a major digital cog in the PSP’s wheel going forward, comic fans are eagerly awaiting to see how the new service will actually pan out.
Of course, we’re still holding out for Digital Comic to make an appearance on our beloved PS3. And it would appear that Sony, too, are at least listening.
Those of us looking for an early trip to Hell will get the very chance next month when a demo for Visceral Games’ Dante’s Inferno hits the PSN.
Entitled “Gates of Hell”, the demo is actually the entire first level of the game and will see the damned/early adopters fight through Hell’s first layer of nasties and then take on Death himself.
Once upon a time, there was a girl in red, a boy with a pumpkin on his head, a princess, and a little naked man; all of whom lived in a land filled with books and fantasy creatures. One day, they all lost their fairytale fame and fortune so now they must find a way to get it back.
This isn’t your average kid’s story however. Angry lumberjacks, sharp knives and buckets of blood are commonly seen throughout Fairytale Kingdom. Is this tale a classic or is it bound for the used book bin?
Shortly after we heard about how European gamers can get their hands on the God of War III demo, we now hear what North Americans can get in the GOW III Ultimate Edition.
After asking PlayStation fans on what they would like to see in the mega edition, we can now tell you what’s in it.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has announced their plans to get the E3 God of War III demo in people’s hands.
The demo which is being bundled with the God of War Collection and District 9 discs in North America will be distributed to a limited number of PSN users in Europe.
This weeks PSN Video Store update brings some good stuff, some bad, and some we’ve just never heard of. Halloween is just around the corner so why not bring out the costumes. Batman Forever, Blade, and even Superman make an appearance on the store.
If you feel like a good scare, then there are a few horror movies to wet your whistle as well…
God of War III is going to be huge when it’s release in March of next year. To hold us over until then, and just in time for the holidays, God of War and God of War II will be receiving a complete overhaul for the PS3.
Just take a look at the new HD graphics in the following video…