273w ago - PSP Gamers will now have access to favorite D3P titles including the original and very popular Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords, critically-acclaimed Dead Head Fred, and more... no UMD required!
PRESS RELEASE: D3PUBLISHER TO BRING CLASSIC PSPTM (PLAYSTATIONÂ®PORTABLE) GAMES TO THE PLAYSTATIONÂ®STORE FOR THE PC FOR DOWNLOAD ACROSS EMEA
PSPTM Gamers Will Now Have Access to Favourite D3P Titles Including the Original and Wildly Popular Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the WarlordsÂ®, Critically-Acclaimed Dead Head FredÂ® and more–no UMD Required!
CAMBRIDGE–September 9, 2008– Premier publisher of interactive entertainment software, D3Publisher (D3P), will bring its classic PSP™ (PlayStationÂ®Portable) titles to gamers for download via the PLAYSTATIONÂ®Store across EMEA beginning this September. PSP™ owners will no longer need a UMD to play critically-acclaimed PSP™ titles such as the original Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the WarlordsÂ®, 2007's multiple award-winning cult hit and Dead Head FredÂ®, a head-swapping, third person-action game and more.
"D3Publisher is always looking to make fun and original gaming experiences easily accessible to everyone," said Yoji Takenaka, president and chief executive officer, North America and Europe, D3P. "We believe that making...
285w ago - Well, Looks like we wont have to wait for E3 to find out what Microsoft is hiding. Among the things revealed include: Forza Motorsport 3, first video of Silicon Knights' The Crucible, Lips- a singstar type game, and the new Microsoft avatar system.
Seems to be looking good. On the game front there's first word on Forza Motorsport 3 (as if it wasn't coming), which according to Intellisponse will include over 100 tracks and 400 cars on a two-disc set. Let's hope they sort out the walkover AI this time.
Even better is the first video of Silicon Knights' The Crucible, which looks a bit like Eternal Darkness meets Diablo with lots of hack 'n slashing. Watch the video (leaked from a marketing firm who left a huge security hole in their site) on YouTube before it gets pulled.
On the causal front there's the once mentioned but never seen Lips, which turns out (as expected) to be a Singstar-style game on Xbox 360.
According to the Intellisponse blurb, "Lips is a music and singing game that includes 30 songs, 2 wireless interactive microphones, the ability to use and sing your own music or download songs from an online service. Designed to have fun with friends, Lips scores you on your singing (pitch, rhythm and tune) and your overall performance."...