201w ago - Club Fight Night is now open! The club features content pulled directly from the FIGHT NIGHT Round 4 like the main room, stage and a full sized boxing ring.
The seats and chairs have been replaced with plenty of club type seating, including a VIP booth with a DJ table.
Press Release: July 16, 2009 - Club Fight Night will also features a new robot boxing game, where for the first time you will be able to go toe-to-toe with someone on PlayStation Home, which will be available shortly after launch.
The action takes place between two giant mechanical robots at the center of the ring. Time your punches and go for the other robot's weak spots. The game's simple controls allow everyone to jump in and have some fun. Winners will also be treated to some exclusive virtual items only available to players who have shown the ability to master this game!
In addition, the Club Fight Night space includes a main room, stage, VIP booth with a DJ table to go along with the boxing ring. The DJ table serves as the center point for a new Club DJ game and gives gamers a turn to "spin the wheels" and entertain the crowd.
In a stylish environment based on a venue pulled straight from the hit PLAYSTATION 3 game Fight Night Round 4, players take control of the mixing board and pump...
236w ago - PS Blog's Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein shared some recent event video footage courtesy of Resistance 2 developer Insomniac Games today.
To quote: With a couple of fan-based events last week, the Burbank-based developers renewed their relationship with their biggest fans.
Just a few days ago, Insomniac threw open their doors to the whole of Southern California, and close to 200 members of the Insomniac community took the day off work or school and trekked into the valley for a full day of gaming, autograph schwag sessions, and an inside look at how they made Resistance 2.
If you weren't able to make it - here's what you missed:
247w ago - It's unclear if the FTC's now closed investigation was the only thing holding Electronic Arts and Take-Two back from entering into negotiations, but regardless of that, an SEC filing made yesterday by EA has confirmed that the two companies have entered into a confidentiality agreement where Take-Two will reveal their three-year product plans, according to Reuters.
As a result, no further details on the negotiations will be revealed publicly unless the two decide to either end their discussions or formalize a deal.
From the filing: "The terms of the confidentiality agreement prohibit each of EA and Take-Two from, among other things, publicly disclosing the status or terms of any discussions or negotiations between EA and Take-Two unless EA or Take-Two notifies the other that it is terminating discussions.
As a result, EA does not intend to make any further announcements regarding the status of any discussions or negotiations with Take-Two unless and until discussions between EA and Take-Two have been terminated or such parties have entered into a transaction.
As previously disclosed, EA now requires due diligence to support any proposal to acquire Take-Two and there can be no assurance that any proposal, negotiations or transaction will result."