Playstation Network Titles for December 14th
1 CommentsPosted by Teh on December 13, 2010 under Articles & News, News
Playstation Network titles that will be available for purchase on December 14th LittleBigPlanet: Sackboy’s Prehistoric Moves- Help Sackboy in a stand-alone mini-game made to work with the Playstation Move. Guide him through 10 levels of action and adventure using the move controller. Prototype- Players take control of Alex Mercer, a genetically mutated shape shifter with no ... more.
Sonic Adventure (XBLA/PSN) Review
1 CommentsPosted by Dan McKenney on September 26, 2010 under Reviews
Back in 1998, the Sega Dreamcast was launched in the US. After a less than successful run with the Saturn system, Sega's Dreamcast promised next-generation graphics and hardware at a low price. With hardware more advanced than the N64 and PlayStation, and the PS2 a ways off, the Dreamcast was poised to claim the US games market. And then the PS2 happened. You know the rest. Despite the Dreamcast... more.
Sony at E3 2010: PlayStation Network Plus
0 CommentsPosted by Fabian Kerschl on June 15, 2010 under E3, News
There had been rumours surrounding PlayStation Network becoming a subscription service, but at Sony's E3 2010 press conference we got the full story. Rather than PSN becoming subscription-based, there will be a new service on top of the existing PSN, known as PlayStation Network Plus. PSN Plus will provide exclusive content such as demos, betas, themes and various PSN Store discounts. The core... more.
Top Gun Flying to PSN
0 CommentsPosted by Toni Schwartz on May 20, 2010 under News
If you feel the need, the need for speed then you may be interested to hear that Top Gun will be released exclusively on the PlayStation Network this summer, according to the PlayStation Blog. Developer Doublesix enlisted the aid of the Top Gun film's screenwriter Jack Epps, Jr. to create the game. The game is a straightforward aerial combat shooter with you playing not surprisingly as Mave... more.
Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake Release Inspires Poetry
0 CommentsPosted by Toni Schwartz on May 4, 2010 under News
Sometimes, you CAN have your cake and eat it too -- in this case, playing Fat Princess on both the PSP and PS3. The PlayStation Blog cheerily announced today's release of Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake with a snappy little poem: Huzzah and Hooray! Fat Princess has released in a portable way! With new maps and modes for the PSP, On top of those already from the PS3! Play along with your... more.
Jaffe: Calling All Cars was “A Mistake”
0 CommentsPosted by Dan McKenney on February 18, 2010 under News
Yesterday at the DICE Summit, G4's Adam Sessler led a discussion with David Crane (of Pitfall fame) and David Jaffe (God of War, Twisted Metal) about casual vs. hardcore games. During the chat, Jaffe talked about the perceived "failure" of his PSN title Calling All Cars. At one point, Sessler asked Jaffe if he would call Calling All Cars a casual or a hardcore game, to which Jaffe jokingly ... more.
Bonk: Brink of Extinction Announced
0 CommentsPosted by Brian on September 2, 2009 under News
The classic TurboGrafx-16 platformer returns! Hudson Soft has announced they're bringing Bonk and his planet-sized cranium back in Bonk: Brink of Extinction for XBLA/PSN/WiiWare in Spring 2010. This return to the series will see a whole slew of additions such as story mode cooperative play and an online mode, though it's unknown what the online mode actually entails . For a full list of additio... more.
Punisher: No Mercy Review
0 CommentsPosted by Darren on July 10, 2009 under Reviews
The dark world of Frank Castle and Marvel returns to gaming, using Epic’s Unreal engine 3 and a completely different genre then its predecessor. The game brings a few features that we haven’t seen in gaming for a while, i.e. unlockables which there are over 100 of, but is this game Punishable or does it show mercy? (more...)... more.
Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic Coming Soon
0 CommentsPosted by Evan Zinser on March 13, 2009 under News
The highly anticipated Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic has been confirmed by Joshua Miller, U.S. producer of the game, to release on April 9th 2009. It will be releasing exclusively for download on the Playstation Store. (more...)... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Evan Zinser on February 14, 2009 under Reviews
Thatgamecompany puts the "petal" to the metal with their newest PSN exclusive title, Flower. Be prepared to be blown away.... far away. Flower proves that there is still innovation to be found in the video game universe. (more...)... more.