77w ago - Square Enix Marketing Manager Jem Alexander has unveiled the upcoming Ezio Costume coming to Final Fantasy XIII-2 on the PlayStation 3 entertainment system today.
To quote: We're excited to announce a partnership with Ubisoft which is allowing us to offer a special costume for FINAL FANTASY XIII-2′s male protagonist, Noel, as downloadable content.
He will be able to dress up as the master assassin from the latest Assassin's Creed game, Assassin's Creed: Revelations. As you can see above, Ezio Auditore's costume has been lovingly recreated for Noel.
We'll be announcing the release date of this DLC at another time, but we thought you'd like to get a sneak peek at it ahead of time. For more information on FINAL FANTASY XIII-2, check out theSquare Enix Blog.
135w ago - Sony Senior Social Media Specialist Rey Gutierrez has made available a few new Costume Quest PSN videos today with Tim Schafer and Tasha Harris for fans.
To quote: Homemade Halloween costumes, candy corn, and giant robots -- these are a few of Tim Schafer and Tasha Harris's favorite things.
The gruesome twosome from Double Fine Productions visited the PlayStation.Blog office with a final build of Costume Quest, their upcoming Halloween RPG that's heading to PSN tomorrow.
Tim and Tasha brushed everything off my office desk and sat us down for an in-depth video tour of Costume Quest's adorable characters, plus a look at the turn-based RPG combat and adventuring.
But wait there's more. The Double Fine team has passed over their brand-new Costume Quest launch trailer for PlayStation.Blog eyes only. Peep it below!
Costume Quest is Double Fine Production's first PSN title -- let's make sure we give them a warm welcome tomorrow! If you're a big on robots, unicorns, Halloween and all things awesome-sauce, I highly recommend you download this candy-treat.
136w ago - SCEE Blog Manager James Gallagher has announced today that Costume Quest arrives next week on PlayStation Network and shared some fresh video footage of it in action along with an interview.
To quote: Sure, there have been plenty of scary games released in time for Halloween (I remember writing this feature about them back when I worked on eu.playstation.com) but I can't remember too many games about Halloween.
Tim Schafer's Double Fine Productions is plugging that void with Costume Quest, the developer's first Playstation Network title.
I recently caught up with Tim and lead artist Tasha Harris, as you can see by clicking play in the magic box below.
In Costume Quest, you control one of two siblings on Halloween night. Just before you set off trick or treating your brother or sister (depending on who you choose to play as) is kidnapped and you set off into the neighborhood to rescue them and escape a severe grounding.
On the surface, it's an action adventure with heaps of side missions for those who explore, but it also plays with other genres in surprising ways. As you can imagine, costumes are a key part of the game and collecting new ones gives you new powers, not...
137w ago - Double Fine Productions Project Lead Tasha Harris has shared a video today on Costume Quest inspirations, and confirmed that it will be hitting PS3 via PSN on October 19, 2010.
To quote: I'm the project lead for Double Fine's newest downloadable PSN game, Costume Quest.
If you haven't already heard about it, I'll give you a quick summary: Costume Quest is a Halloween-themed RPG in which you trick-or-treat through neighborhoods as a group of monster-fighting kids who can transform into super-awesome versions of their costumes.
If you've seen any of the latest online previews in the past few days and, you probably already have a basic idea about Costume Quest's gameplay. Today I'm going to tell you a little more about some of the inspirations behind the game.
One of the main influences of Costume Quest was my own love for Halloween growing up, and the fantastic costumes that my mom would make for my younger sister and I - magicians and devils for me, princesses and brides for my sister. A couple of the real-life costumes that ended up making...