As you can see in the screenshots, all the graphics have been redone in order to take advantage of the power the Playstation 3 provides. Retro/Grade will look amazing on your HDTV because it runs at Full HD (1080p) with anti-aliasing at a silky smooth 60 frames per second.
On the gameplay side, we've been very busy working to ensure that it is the most fun possible. After some serious focus testing, any rough spots in the gameplay have been smoothed out.
Our composer, Skyler McGlothlin, has worked hard to improve all our original tracks for the game. We've adjusted the gameplay patterns for maximum enjoyment. In order to help people wrap their minds around our time bending concepts, the tutorial has been...
251w ago - Just over a week ago a rumor that a new Syphon Filter title may be in development for PS3 surfaced.
Today, some more fuel has been added to that rumor as follows: A particularly watchful, Columbo-esque reader at Kotaku recently put a few widespread pieces of information together to draw an intriguing conclusion - Sony Bend, the studio behind every Syphon Filter title to date, recently put up a help wanted ad calling for a full-time game tools programmer with PS3 or Xbox 360 experience.
But wait, there's more- adding further fuel to the Filter flames is an entry on the Credits page of digital content creation company PCB Productions. About a quarter of the way down the page, the company acknowledges their mo-cap work for Syphon Filter 5, a PS3 title coming out of, you guessed it, Sony Bend.
This one ranks pretty high on the likelihoodometer- we'll be waiting with bated breath to see if Sony will confirm Gabe's triumphant return to home consoles.