Video: Sony Unveils PlayStation Access TV Episode 19 Preview
Sony Community Manager MusterBuster is here with the official unveil of PlayStation Access TV Episode 19 preview video below.
To quote: There's nothing like a bit of Nathan Drake to get you pumped and ready for the weekend, eh? Good thing Access TV Episode 19 features PlayStation Vita flagship title Uncharted: Golden Abyss as Game of the Week then.
Prepare to stuff your eyeballs full of ace new gameplay footage, plus get a first-hand glimpse at Vita's incredible touch-screen controls in action. Handheld gamers have never had it so good.
Keeping with the Uncharted theme, the Access crew head to [Register or Login to view links] HQ in Santa Monica for a tour of the developers' motion capture stage. There are interviews with Creative Director Amy Hennig, plus the team chat with Nolan North about the filming for Golden Abyss.
T3 magazine's Rhi Morgan also drops in to give her opinion on the Vita from a tech perspective, plus there's your usual juicy roundup of PS3′s tastiest news morsels, which this week include a look at [Register or Login to view links] and some clever men who've made a real-life WipEout track. We want one.
Lovers of all things digital have the PlayStation Store roundup to look forward to, featuring the all-new Twisted Metal demo plus DLC from [Register or Login to view links].
Access TV is available every Friday on YouTube - head to [Register or Login to view links] to subscribe and never miss an episode.
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...by the way, Access TV has been nominated for a Shorty social media award under the category of Best Web Show. If you're a fan of the show and want to show us some love, you can nominate us for the award [Register or Login to view links]. Until next week!
I got to say seeing Golden Abyss on the PS Vita really makes me want to get the Vita. It's good seeing a company like Naught Dog taking time in making their games instead of just rushing any thing to release something.