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The US had its 235th birthday this week. Hope you celebrated properly and were able to drag yourself into work the next day.
Thankfully you got all of your celebrating out of your system because there isn’t much to get excited about in this week’s update. Highlights include a racer heavy sale and the public release of the Uncharted 3 multiplayer beta. Check it out.
If you’ve got eight minutes (technically 7:50, the extra 10 seconds are your prerogative) to spare there are much worse ways to spend it than watching gameplay footage from one of the industry’s most widely anticipated games. Enjoy this extended look at id Software’s RAGE.
In a short message posted on the Bioware Social Network, Community Coordinator Chris Priestly posted confirmation that Mass Effect 3 will be delayed.
We’d all like to get our hands on a copy as soon as possible but this delay bodes well for the fortunes of gamers and developers alike.
The very solid slate of special offers from last week will remain throughout this week’s update as well. So if you haven’t done so already check out the rundown of discounted titles because it’s a pretty notable bunch.
But if you say ‘nay’ to such fine discounts perhaps you will find The Fancy Pants Adventures or a full game download of ModNation Racers to your liking. Just promise us you won’t download Battle: Los Angeles. Better yet if you’re thinking about purchasing the movie tie-in how about redirecting your funds to support your favorite charitable PS3 site?
Traditionally, the PS Store update before Christmas is always chock-full of great content, but this year SCEE have truly outdone themselves, with what is without a doubt the best update ever!
Firstly, later today will see the releases of a number of highly anticipated PSN titles, including Eat Them!, echochrome ii, Magic: The Gathering, Tetris, and the first batch of NEOGEO Station games.
There’s also a ridiculous amount of trials and demos, the stand-outs of which are what will no doubt be three of 2011’s biggest games: Dead Space 2, LittleBigPlanet 2, and Mass Effect 2.
You’ll also find a massive amount of downloadable content, notably the Vietnam expansion for Battlefield: Bad Company 2, as well as add-ons for Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, R.U.S.E., and The Sims 3.
Furthermore, there’s the biggest sale the European Store has ever seen, with far too much content to list here, but some of our picks are Joe Danger, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, and PixelJunk Shooter. Be sure to check out the huge list of deals on the Store.
But that’s not all! From today, PlayStation Plus subscribers can also download (for free) the minis title, A Space Shooter for 2 Bucks, and the NEOGEO game, Samurai Shodown. There’s also further discounts on other NEOGEO titles, and more.
Best update ever? Quite possibly. There is so much good content it’s not even funny. Where do we even begin? Well, PlayStation Plus Subscribers get a bunch of discounts and a game trial for Borderlands and MAG. Not bad, right? It gets better.
If you’re not a PS+ subscriber, don’t worry, there’s still a bunch of games on sale. Sonic 4, Bomberman Ultra, After Burner Climax, Worms 2, and more. It’s craziness!
Listing all of the downloadable games would be pointless, just know that there are 10 NEOGEO classics now available on the PSN, echochrome ii, Prince of Persia; The Two Thrones HD, Top Darts, and Front Mission 3 for the PSone.
Awesome right? Oh, but there’s more! This week is demos galore – Dead Space 2, Mass Effect 2, LittleBigPlanet 2 (notice a trend?), Blokus, and Beat Sketcher. Glorious, isn’t it? This week’s content will definitely last you for quite some time.
Fallout 3 was one of our favourite games of 2008, and we’ve been looking forward to Fallout: New Vegas for months, but has Obsidian Entertainment created a worthy sequel to Bethesda’s epic post-apocalyptic adventure?
At Gamescom 2010, Irrational Games showed to journalists gameplay footage from BioShock Infinite and, as of tomorrow, they will start distributing this footage to a wider audience. To build anticipation for this moment, Irrational have been drip feeding us information over the past ten days, through their website, with a series of articles entitled, ‘Ten things you should know about BioShock Infinite.’
For those of you that have PlayStation Plus, come take a look at some of the new content that is coming your way very soon. For those don’t have PlayStation Plus, come join in on a debate that is sure to be heated.
EA could find themselves courting controversy with the upcoming Medal of Honor: the FPS, set in the modern day Afghanistan, will feature content that sees you play as Taliban characters. The game’s producer, Patrick Liu, has responded by saying that the content will not “provoke too hard.”
It seems like just last week that Zipper brought us a cool update… oh wait, it was. Regardless, they’re bringing another and it’s even bigger than the previous.
So what’s in this update and when does it go live?
With less than a week left before the show opens, Square Enix have officially revealed their full line-up for E3 2010.
The list comes as no surprise with titles including Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Final Fantasy XIV, Dungeon Siege 3, and Kane & Lynch 2.
We’ve been drooling in anticipation for weeks, but now Zipper have finally announced the first expansion pack for MAG will it satiate our content-lust?
Originally released in 2007 for the Xbox 360, Lost Planet was generally well received. A year later, PS3 owners were able to see what the fuss was all about. For the most part, it was a faithful but flawed port.
Lost Planet 2 has all the features of a great game. There’s four-player co-op, improved competitive multiplayer modes, better graphics, tons of unlockables, the ability to customize your character, and boss battles of epic proportions.
Lost Planet 2 is bigger than its predecessor, but does that make for a better game?
MAG will be getting another massive patch in June that will not only improve gameplay but also add the ability to purchase DLC in-game for those without access to the PSN Store.
There will also be tons of little tweaks and fixes to weapons and vehicles to make the game as smooth as ever. For the full list, continue reading below or check out the official MAG blog.
After what feels like an eternity of waiting, the final two chapters of the GTA IV story have been released for the PS3.
Despite rumours and speculation since the exclusivity was announced that the episodes would still one day release on a system other than the Xbox 360, we still find it hard to believe that we actually have a copy in our hands.
MAG was recently updated to version 1.05 but that isn’t enough for the fine folks over at Zipper Interactive. Today they’ve announced that on April 29th, MAG will be receiving some FREE downloadable content.
The Fast Attack Gear Pack, aside from having an awesome sounding name, will provide extra support for those who like to take time and line up your shots. Yes, we’re talking to all you snipers out there.
Blacklight: Tango Down is claiming to be a huge downloadable title coming to the PSN this summer and it now just got bigger. In addition to a decent single player campaign and competitive multiplayer modes, Tango Down will be getting a co-op mode called Black Ops.
This week is packed with special offers for the PSP. There’s not much for the PS3, but you can get Turtles in Time for $5. That’s a pretty good deal.
Everything Killzone related is on sale thanks to Spring Fever. Map packs, bundles, and even Killzone: Liberation for the PSP has been discounted. Take advantage while you can!
Anyone a fan of Mega Man? Good! Bass and Special Stage 1 are now available. There’s also a demo for FIFA World Cup, and DLC for LittleBigPlanet and Just Cause 2.
If you enjoy beautiful music, then pick up the Flower soundtrack.