1w ago - Young Horses President & Co-Founder Phil Tibitoski announced at E3 today that Octodad: Dadliest Catch will be crashing, stumbling and flopping on to PS4 / PlayStation 4 console.
To quote: Have you ever felt out of place? Just don't feel you're good enough, no matter how hard you try? Maybe you've got something to hide from the world.
Maybe you're not really the perfect human husband and father of three, but actually an octopus. This is what Octodad: Dadliest Catch is all about. You have a loving wife. You have adorable kids. They, however, have no idea of your secret cephalopod nature.
Octodad: Dadliest Catch is the first slapstick fatherhood simulator, and we're excited to say that we'll be bringing it to the PlayStation 4 in 2014.
You may be asking yourself, "Well, what's so difficult about being an octopus?"
Well, first off, you're an invertebrate, so you have no bones. Your body is gelatinous. As you can imagine, that makes it hard to simply move around outside of water.
All those things we humans take for granted, like counteracting gravity, are a constant challenge. Oh, and you have eight arms you've managed to stuff into a fancy suit to form a human shape. There are...
21w ago - EXOR Studios Co-founder Pawel Lekki has shared a video announcing that Zombie Driver HD crashes into PlayStation Network today!
To quote: This is Pawel Lekki - co-founder of EXOR Studios. I'm very happy to finally be able to tell you that Zombie Driver HD is coming out on the PlayStation Network in Europe today, priced at £7.99/€9.99.
Some of you may remember that I announced the game to be "coming soon" quite a while ago and I'd like to assure you that we spent all that extra time on making sure that the PlayStation 3 version is polished in every detail.
It took us a lot longer to finish the game than we originally expected, but in return we were able to add a lot more content. Check out the trailer below to see what I'm talking about:
Zombie Driver HD on the PS3 is the first console version of the game rendered in native 1920x1080 resolution with no compromise. We wanted to make sure that the game looks really good in Full HD and a simple "up-scale" of our 2D art was out of the question.
162w ago - Disney Interactive Studios Senior Global Brand Manager Mitch Powers has announced that tomorrow the Split/Second PS3 demo crashes into PSN.
To quote: We're excited to announce that the Split/Second demo is coming to PSN for PlayStation 3 tomorrow!
To prepare you for the action you'll be experiencing, I wanted to provide you with a bit more information about the demo which takes place in our "Airport" location. After we had such a great response from fans who played this level at E3 2009 and both Penny Arcade Expo events in Seattle and Boston, we thought it would make a great demo to release to everyone in advance of the game.
In Split/Second, you build up your power meter through skilled driving techniques and then trigger what we call "Power Plays" to take out opponents and alter the track. All this takes place in the premise of a huge global broadcast event where you play as a contestant trying to win the season championship.
The airport track features some incredible moments that YOU can trigger - including a navigational radar dish that explodes off its base and a tram that slams into a parking structure creating some real shock waves on the track.
There are also some other really huge Power Plays you can activate like taking down the...
246w ago - For Xbox 360 users, the so-called red ring of death is a worst-case scenario that can cause nightmares about total system failure and the inability to play any more Halo 3.
Since the introduction of the console, in late 2005, some users have suffered through a well-documented series of quality control problems and some have endured system failures on machine after machine after machine.
Microsoft has attempted to handle the problems--and last year extended the warranty for the machine, leading some to feel that, at the very least, they would be covered if they got the three red rings around their console's power button that indicate total hardware crash.
All along, the problem has been blamed on the Xbox's original motherboard, a poorly designed piece of electronics that in many cases simply wasn't up to the rigors that users put the machine through. But there had been indications that help was on the way in the form of an all-new motherboard, at once smaller, more efficient, less likely to overheat and less expensive, known as "Jasper."
Now, according to Xbox expert Dean Takahashi at Venture Beat, Jasper-infused Xboxes are finally being spotted out there in the wilds of the marketplace. And...