18w ago - Action Button Entertainment Founder and Director Tim Rogers announced that Ten by Eight launches today on PlayStation Mobile.
Below are the details, to quote: Over the last few months, we've been working on a couple of great games for PlayStation Mobile. We're launching one right the heck now, a puzzle game, called Ten By Eight.
"Puzzle game" might be putting it too generally. I like to think of it as an "abstract strategy game with really fun graphics and music". You can call it a puzzle game if you want though! I won't cry.
With Ten By Eight, we made a game that I wanted to play - and I sure have played it a lot, and I'm still not bored.
I swear I've played it over 200 hours myself - which is normal, given that I, uh, directed the darn thing, though I swear that at least 80 of those have been recreationally, on the final version of the game. So, there's, well... my stamp of approval, at least.
It's playable on all PlayStation Certified devices with simple touch controls and the PS Vita version supports buttons.
I spent a large percentage of my childhood with a Rubik's Cube in my hands - I even Rubik's Cubed while reading books - so when Tetris first came out, my brain exploded. I've played dozens of puzzle games since...
128w ago - Following up on the previous article, today the full PS3 QA Flagging Method has been revealed including the button combo and token alongisde a PS3 QA Tutorial from Slynk.
To quote: A few weeks ago, several steps were revealed in the process of unlocking a special Quality Assurance (QA) mode on your PS3 console. The mode unlocks a special mode, which is typically only meant for official Sony testers.
Unfortunately, the steps revealed were only part of the process. Developers were scrambling to figure out the button combo that unlocked the special QA mode. In addition, developers still needed to figure out what to change in the QA dummy token. These two mysteries prevented developers from unlocking the mode.
Today however, the Quality Assurance mystery comes to an end. An anonymous and reputable source exclusively revealed to us the two remaining steps. The secret button combination that unlocks the hidden QA mode was revealed to us as being L1+L2+L3+R1+R2+dpad down. Furthermore, the anonymous source told us that users need to change byte...
196w ago - This weekend ichinisan of NeoGAF has revealed the rumored button configuration of Sony's upcoming PlayStation Arc wand nunchuck, as confirmed by a developer to be both real and wireless.
According to his post, the Arc will be longer than the Wii Remote and will include the analog stick on the front, along with the X and O buttons right below. Then below the X and O buttons, you will find a D-pad with the L1 and L2 below that.
Additionally, CGV.com is reporting that a Microsoft trademark could force Sony to rename its PS3 motion wand to avoid potential confusion and clashes with Microsoft over the trademark.
To quote: "Just saw pictures of Wand/Nunchuk so:
Nunchuck has an analog stick at the front, below that X and O and below that a D pad. Underneath is L1 and L2. Its actually long, not like the Wii Nunchuk.
As for the Wand it has one very big button on top and then all four facebuttons (X,O,Square and Triangle) and underneath is a big trigger called T.