PlayStation Network Executive Producer Kevin Furuichi has given the rundown of Qore Episode 14 today via PlayStation Blog.
To quote: As Qore begins its second year on the PlayStation Network, this episode is all about sequels. When a developer succeeds in creating an acclaimed title, the pressure is on to repeat that success. But making sequels isn't easy.
Change too much, and you risk alienating fans of the original title. Change too little, and you'll be criticized by gamers who want something new.
With many of our favorite franchises returning soon, the Qore team caught up with the folks responsible for these highly anticipated sequels in order to bring you the most recent developments.
The action/adventure game that focused on simulated ancestral memories now shifts locales to Italy in Assassin's Creed 2. Audrey Cleo takes a look at the new tale of power, revenge and conspiracy that lets you put Leonardo Da Vinci's inventions to good use.
Acclaimed developer Infinity Ward returns to the Call of Duty franchise with a direct sequel to 2007's Modern Warfare. So how do you make one of the most popular games of this current generation even better? Add snowmobiles, of course!
Hell, (Un)frozen Over
Ten years after the events of Lost Planet: Extreme Condition, the ice and snow have finally melted-but that doesn't make the planet any more hospitable! Capcom shows Veronica how players can team up to take down the enormous Akrid.
Sky, Land and Sea
The popular PC franchise is coming to the PlayStation Network in the form of Battlefield: 1943 - a fast-paced online shooter with multiple vehicles, 24 player combat, and environmental destruction in WWII Pacific Theatre locales.
Subscription Renewal Update
Initial subscribers from June 2008 can now take advantage of a special renewal offer. Please check your e-mail for details. You'll need to visit the PlayStation Store and, under the Media category, find and select the special renewal 'thumbnail' to avoid missing an episode.
All annual subscribers and single episode purchasers will receive an exclusive Battlefield: 1943 theme this month, and don't forget to look for a new mini-game in the Qore Arcade.
Also, in celebration of Independence Day, check out your very own fireworks launcher built into the What's Hot section where, of course, you'll also find Audrey Cleo's Blu-ray round up.