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Sony Announces Last Chance to Get Echoshift Add-On Levels Free

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226w ago - Today SCEA Marketing Specialist Brian Chou has announced this is the last chance for those interested to get Echoshift add-on levels for free.

To quote: I'm here to remind you that this is the last week to get the limited echoshift Add-on Levels!

For those of you who don't have a copy of echoshift yet, but will be downloading it this week (before April 1, of course), we will give you seven additional levels that will be a free gift-with-purchase for $14.99!

That's over 60 levels filled with puzzles and challenges, plus three different modes of play for each level. echoshift's innovative take on puzzles lets you cooperate with "echoes" of your past actions to maneuver around obstacles and find new paths.

Check out the trailer to catch a glimpse of this unique gameplay:





For those of you who already purchased the game before March 18, don't worry as you are also entitled to the Add-on Levels for free! Simply log into the PlayStation Store using the PSN ID that you purchased echoshift with, and you'll see the DLC levels for you to download in the "View All" section of the echoshift page.

I'll leave you with a new look at some of the extra levels. Act quickly to get these though,...
 

Echoshift PSP Add-on Levels Free on PSN Through April 1, 2010

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228w ago - SCEA Marketing Specialist Brian Chou has announced today that through April 1, 2010 all Echoshift PSP add-on levels are free on PSN.

To quote: I have some exciting news to share with you today about echoshift, one of the most unique puzzle games available for the PSP on PSN.

The development team created seven extra levels full of the challenging puzzles and gimmicks that make the full game so much fun! Best of all, SCEA is offering these to our fans for FREE, but only for a limited time.

Beginning with today's PlayStation Store publish and lasting until April 1, PSN users who have yet to purchase the echoshift game will find a bundle offer on the PlayStation Store.

The bundle offer includes the full game plus all seven extra add-on levels for the original price of $14.99!

Now is a great time to try echoshift's innovative take on puzzle games, where you have to create echoes of your actions that you'll replay and cooperate with to solve challenging puzzles. To learn more about the game, check out our previous posts.

This is the first time these levels have been available in SCEA, and this offer is only good until April 1!

For those fans who have already bought echoshift and have been enjoying the game, don't worry we've...
 

Video: Echoshift is Coming to PS3 and PSP via PSN This Week

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231w ago - SCEA Santa Monica Producer Tsubasa Inaba has revealed alongside a video that Echoshift is coming to PS3 and PSP via PSN this week.

To quote: We're here to announce that Echoshift is releasing on the PlayStation Network this Thursday, February 25! This innovative puzzle game will bring a fun and refreshing style of gameplay to PlayStation Portable fans of all ages.

For those of you who aren't familiar with the title already, Echoshift is a spin-off of the PSN hit echochrome, and shares a similar artistic design. The soundtrack to the game was composed by a new group and elegantly sets the pace for the unique game play.

Echoshift features a new challenge for gamers to learn how to interact with your past actions. The game is based on solving the puzzles and gimmicks in each level to reach the exit, but within a short or limited amount of time.

You'll have to think quickly to overcome obstacles, and the game records an "echo" of your actions. This echo replays itself if time runs out before you finish your turn (we call it "cast"), and you can then try again from the beginning alongside all of your previous echoes.

Cooperate with all of the echoes and actions of your past to help pass challenges you couldn't before! Check out this trailer to...
 

Sony Introduces Echoshift for the PSP, DLC Also in the Works

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234w ago - SCEA Marketing Specialist Brian Chou has introduced Echoshift for Sony's PSP console today, as follows:

I'm here to talk about [Register or Login to view links], an upcoming PlayStation Portable title that brings a fun and different twist to the puzzle genre.

Echoshift introduces a new gaming concept where you will have to play with your past actions. Each level features crazy puzzles and obstacles that must be overcome in order to reach its exit door. You have a set amount of time to reach each level's exit, and your actions are recorded as you play through the level, creating an "echo" of your past.

If time runs out before you can complete the level, you start over from the beginning alongside your echo. The echo will repeat any actions you took before, which you can use to your advantage this time around to help clear obstacles you couldn't by yourself! Cooperate with your echoes to climb platforms, clear gaps, and reach switches that you couldn't before.

The levels are filled with so many different puzzle gimmicks that you'll have to create multiple echoes to reach an exit. Whenever you start over, any echoes you've created will appear at the same time.

It is up to you...
 

Sony Files Trademark for EchoShift, EchoChrome Sequel Maybe?

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264w ago - Today VG247.com (linked above) have uncovered a recently filed trademark by Sony for EchoShift.

According to the [Register or Login to view links], on July 1, 2009 Sony Computer Entertainment of America, Inc. filed for what some are already speculating to be an upcoming EchoChrome sequel.

No further details are available at this time, aside from the fact that the applications class reveals "Computer game software and video game software."

For those unaware, EchoChrome (available for both PS3 via PSN and PSP) gameplay involves a mannequin figure traversing a rotatable world where physics and reality depend on perspective.

EchoChrome is also a playable arcade mini-game in the Bowling Alley/Game Space of PlayStation Home.
 
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