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Sony’s gamescom conference held many surprises but Japan Studio announcing two new games – Rain and Puppeteer – really seemed to have excited people.
The titles look so different to each other, so it’s a real testament to the creativity of the developers at Japan Studio.
Electronic Arts has announced Battlefield 3: Premium Edition, as part of the publisher’s Gamescom press conference earlier today. Intended for new players, it will include a copy of the game plus a subscription to Battlefield Premium and a few extra goodies.
It really exists. Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified actually exists. We were told it was coming, long before PS Vita launched. But the secrecy surrounding this title left us in doubt.
Did Sony accidental tell us they secured a Call of Duty but forgot to check with Activision? Was that embarrassing logo moment at E3 just a cover, an attempt to secure more time?
Vita support for PSone Classics will be available with System Software Update v1.80, Sony announced today at their GamesCom press conference. In addition to Classics support, the new update will also add a few new features, supported files, and alterations that’ll make the Vita all the better.
Killzone coming to Vita doesn’t surprise anybody but it’s still great to have Sony finally confirm it at gamescom.
The reveal trailer was heavily multiplayer based but there were also some story hints, as is obvious by the title, that show that the game will focus on mercenaries rather than playing from the perspective of the ISA and Helghast.
The release date for Dead Space 3 has been solidified with it still releasing in February but now we can confirm that NA will get it on 5 February 2013, whilst the UK and the rest of Northern Europe will see it on the 8 February.
EA and Visceral Games have also revealed a new feature for the game – weapon crafting.
Capcom has announced a free online stat-tracking system to release alongside Resident Evil 6 called ResidentEvil.net.
It will record your in-game stats such as your number of kills, deaths, headshots, accuracy, etc, and will offer rewards depending on how well you do.
Devil May Cry 3: Dante’s Awakening is considered the best game in the franchise by many so it comes as no surprise that Dante’s Yamato-wielding twin brother Vergil will be making an appearance in the upcoming DmC reboot.
The President of Superbot Entertainment , Chan Park, has taken to the PlayStation Blog to announce that PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale has been delayed by one month.
The team feel that this will allow them to release the game at a higher quality so that they can have the ultimate brawler this Winter.
2K Games has announced that BioShock Infiite will miss its scheduled October release to instead hit stores on 26 February 2013. This unfortunately is a big blow for Stefhutch20, Majiesto and myself, because we all included Infinite in our hottest PS3 games of 2012 list. That’ll teach us not to learn lessons from previous BioShock delays.
Halloween may have come and gone, but inFamous: Festival of Blood is still available on the PlayStation Store for those who haven’t yet had their fill of macabre antics for this year. Originally announced at Gamescom in August, Festival of Blood is a bite-size title in the inFamous series.
This standalone adventure offers a tongue-in-cheek take on the inFamous universe. The game opens with Zeke attempting to impress a woman at a bar, by telling her an elaborate (and completely made-up) story about one of his and Cole’s exploits.
This week’s North American PS Store update brings Resident Evil Code Veronica X HD to join its Resident Evil 4 HD brethren from last week. There’s also the PSN exclusive Rochard from Sony Online Entertainment and Castlevania: Harmony of Despair if zombies don’t suit your fancy.
Check out the list below for the rest of this week’s releases.
This weeks North American PS Store update comes with plenty of discounts for Star Wars fans as well as some exciting new games where you can become a god in From Dust or take down the gods in God of War: Origins.
Also, if you’ve yet to play Bulletstorm you can now purchase a digital copy of the entire game straight from your console. Rounding out the downloadable games is Renegade Ops, Ferrari – The Race Experience and Elemental Monster Online Card Game. No matter your tastes, you’re bound to find something to enjoy this week.
It’s a good week to have that little golden plus symbol obscuring your avatar. Plants vs. Zombies highlights a lineup of six free games available for the all too reasonable price of nothing. If you had been on the fence about purchasing a Plus subscription this update might be the shove you’ve been waiting for.
Other downloads of note include Bloodrayne: Betrayal and Red Johnson’s Chronicles. Check it out.
This weeks PlayStation Store update is the first one this month, meaning PlayStation Plus members will see a whole slew of new content, both for free and at a discounted price. Today’s update includes stellar titles such as Plants vs. Zombies, Astro Tripper and Altered Beast as well as the PSOne racing classic, Jet Moto.
Don’t worry if you’re not a PS+ member as there is still plenty of content available for download. Rayne is back in an all new vampire adventure with Bloodrayne: Betrayal. There’s also the God of War: Origins demo for you to try out. See below for the full list of content.
Just as it did yesterday in North America, The Baconing has arrived on the European store. DeathSpank’s latest expedition isn’t the only game to hit the store this week with 4 Elements HD, Elevator Action Deluxe and TV Superstars following in tow.
Take a look, enjoy the download.
Not every publisher chose to brandish their full catalog of upcoming titles in Cologne for GamesCom.
In fact many of the industry’s most prominent publishers chose instead to highlight a select few of their AAA games for the event. 2K for instance showed only a single game but that game happens to be Borderlands 2.
In this cornucopia of game trailers you will find content from the aforementioned Borderlands 2, Dark Souls, Saints Row: The Third and Assassin’s Creed Revelations just to name a few.
You’ve died and gone to trailer heaven.
Time to look at the band of trailers brought to GamesCom by Konami.
As of late Konami has been focused on celebrating past successes with HD collections for both the Metal Gear Solid and Silent Hill franchises. However the legendary publisher has shown that the notion of an original IP is not completely lost upon them with games like NeverDead and Birds of Steel.
All told Konami displayed trailers for Birds of Steel, Metal Gear HD Collection, NeverDead, PES 2012, Puddle, Silent Hill: HD Collection and Silent Hill: Downpour.
Check out this feast of trailers from EA at Gamescom 2011. Mass Effect 3, Battlefield 3, SSX and FIFA 12 are the highlights, but we also have trailers for Kingdoms of Amalur: The Reckoning, Need for Speed: The Run and NHL 12, not to mention the first footage of FIFA Street 4.