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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.
Joystiq chat with Ubisoft regarding just how tied the upcoming Splinter Cell: Conviction game is to the 360. As expected it’s “completely exclusive”. Definitely. Well, maybe, it depends …
Dante’s Inferno is a game that has captured our attention since it was first announced. We were able to get a first look at gameplay from the upcoming hack and slash title based on the epic poem by Dante Alighieri. You will travel through the nine circles of Hell in order to save the soul of your love, Beatrice, from the clutches of Lucifer himself. Travel to Hell with us as we explore two of the circles, Limbo and Anger.
The highly anticipated God of War III made is playable debut at E3 and we had a chance to sit down and play with Kratos in all his HD glory. What we demoed was an extended version of what was played at the Sony Press Conference. It is filled with the undead, huge monsters, and gods. It is the epitome of Kratos’ adventure and everything we have come to expect from Sony.
You are a young ninja-in-training. You are the leader of a band of diminutive ninjas. You are facing the Evil Samurai Warlord and his army. You must defeat him and bring back the forest animals back to their original state. You are Hiro (no relation).
Humor, cuteness and sleek ninja action are all parts of yet another game that we can’t wait to play. Thanks E3. Mini Ninjas will release this fall for the PS3 and other consoles.
We could literally post up article after endless article offering new media of future titles, there’s so many, so we’re trying to cherry-pick the ones that really stand out, choosing the eye-catching videos that we think you might be interested in.
Case in point: this is Blur.
Hello Europe! We are enjoying E3 in sunny Los Angeles and we really wish you were here. Actually, we don’t. This place is too crowded as it is.
Realizing this, SCEE posted this update full of E3 trailers for your viewing pleasure. Don’t worry mates, the regular Thursday update is still coming. So are VidZone and Final Fantasy VII, remember that patience is a virtue…but no one will blame you if your virtue ran out long ago. We understand.
In case you were under a rock, just came out from under it and stumbled on this post, E3 is in full swing. In order to keep up with all the news, updates, videos and reveals, the PlayStation Store will be updated daily with the latest content straight from the show floor.
The E3 category in the US and Canadian storefronts will be full of the latest videos, games and other goodies for your downloading pleasure.
Managing to ensnare Capcom’s Frank Filice for some Lost Planet 2 brain drainage, “Friend of the site” Jeff Rubenstein went straight for the jugular and brought up the one thing most PS3 fans would like to mention to the developer of the first game – it just wasn’t good enough.
So, with the sequel confirmed for the PS3 during Jack Tretton’s address yesterday, just what can the demanding and, let’s face it, slightly peeved Sony fans expect from the icy follow-up?
Though Sony decided not to bang the Heavy Rain drum again during yet another keynote speech yesterday, that’s not to say Quantic Dream’s adult thriller is not at E3 causing up a storm. And in case you won’t take our word for it, we’ve got it here for you to consume and contemplate courtesy of VG247.
An introduction to the many characters of the game, the footage also appears to focus on the discovery of a body in connection to what we’ve become to know as “The Origami Killer”. With stunning visuals and themes that definitely smack of maturity and a touch of sexuality, our interest remains suitably piqued.
It’s also an intriguing insight into a property Quantic Dream’s David Cage is purporting as an important game for an industry that must “grow up” and is sure to influence games and the industry in general for years to come.
Following the gameplay demo shown at the E3 Press Conference, Naughty Dog have released the official E3 trailer.
The snow is predictably beautiful, and we get our first glimpse of some new characters. Not only that, we get a good look at some of the environments in which our intrepid hero finds himself throughout the course of the game.
Best known for their massively successful Fallout and Elder Scrolls franchises, Bethesda recently announced that the company was working with Splash Damage to bring a new intellectual property – ‘Brink’ – screaming and kicking into the world.
Final Fantasy XIV was announced at the E3 Sony Press Conference alongside a great trailer. We have managed to get said trailer and even some screens of the game. With the news that this game will be out in 2010 still echoing in the conference hall, we have just one question: Why are you not ogling that sweet, sweet footage yet?
Koei have taken on Greek history in the new title, Warriors – Legends of Troy. But what can we expect from the game? Massive battles are assured, no doubt. Play as a Hero? Most likely. Outcries of ‘THIS IS SPARTA!’? …hopefully not. All we have just now is a teaser trailer, but don’t let that stop you – it’s very good!
It looks like the recently announced Xbox 360 exclusive song for Beatles Rock Band, “All You Need Is Love,” is not so exclusive after all. In speaking with Jeff Castaneda of MTV Games, PS3 Attitude asked if the PlayStation 3 would be seeing any love. Instead of the usual ‘no comment’ we expected, we were actually surprised by what he said…
We were hoping for news of the service to come out of the Sony E3 conference, and it didn’t, but luckily Sony Europe has just announced separately that Vidzone will finally launch next week on the 11th of June.
Vidzone is an online music video service free for the PS3 and we have got really excited after watching recent hands-on experiences from both Gamespot and CVG.
When the lights went down in the Shrine Auditorium we admit one simple thought crossed our minds: how are Sony going to top Microsoft’s killer presentation from the day before.
From the new NATAL technology to Milo to the Modern Warfare 2 timed exclusive content, we admit to thinking Sony were going to stumble and let us down a little.
How wrong we were. Sit back and forgive us the staccato nature of its presentation but here’s all the big announcements Jack Tretton and friends bestowed upon us at Sony’s 2009 E3 conference.
A visual feast for the eyes, Avatar promises to confirm what we already kind of knew: when it comes to big budget groundbreaking cinematic experiences – no one does it quite like James Cameron.
Ubisoft have been hard at work on a game companion (read: shameless tie-in) for the movie with what we’ve heard described as an MMO. We’ve only seen concept art up until now but, lucky us, we’re finally getting a glimpse of what the game, and by association the movie, will look like.
Tecmo have justed released a trailer for their up-and-coming PS3 exclusive Ninja Gaiden Sigma II that releases this fall, or Autumn if you live outside of North America.
After seeing the trailer for ourselves, we’re a bit disappointed with the graphics and it looks more like something from the start of the PS3 timeline rather than within the third year.