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Deep Silver on Exploring Weapon Spirits in Sacred 3 for PS3

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16w ago - Deep Silver developer Ryan Avery shared a PlayStation 3 update today on exploring weapon spirits in Sacred 3 for PS3.

Below are the details, as follows: Sacred 3 will introduce Weapon Spirits to the world of Ancaria.

These are more than just weapon modifies - they'll help the player to level their heroes and make their equipped weapons deadlier than ever. These mysterious spirits (some of which are based on characters from older Sacred games) come in all shapes and sizes, with many different powers to make for the perfect companion during the player's battle through Ancaria.

Weapon Spirits will enable players to increase critical hit rates, hamper enemy movement, regain health, provide essential support attributes as well as a multitude of other unique perks.

Let me jump quickly into an example of how these Weapon Spirits will specifically work in the game. One of the first Weapon Spirits that players will encounter is the Battle Mage.

Using him, you'll get less energy from orbs (found across Ancaria, containing health or energy to do special attacks) but you also have a 20% chance to trigger a Chain Lightning effect that hits four additional enemies for half your normal damage. What better way to wipe waves of enemies quickly?

Another way of...
 

Video: Super Motherload on PS4: Exploring the Story & Game Modes

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45w ago - XGen Studios CEO and Founder Skye Boyes shared a video today on Super Motherload on PS4 which explores both the story and game modes below.

To quote: With just one week until Super Motherload launches alongside PS4, I'm eager to share with you PlayStation.Blog readers a bit about what makes Super Motherload tick, as well as show off a brand new video to set the scene.

Super Motherload is an arcade style digging adventure for one to four players, set on Mars in the retro future (And if that's not a mouthful enough, you're welcome to add "Soviet space race," "B movie sci-fi," and "mining puzzler" to the mix!).

Inspired by our original game, Motherload, we wanted to bring Mars mining to consoles and breathe some life back into the four-player, couch co-op style of gameplay that we love and miss so much. Online play can't hold a candle to a good, "reassuring" elbow to the ribs when your buddy goes in the wrong direction with no fuel to spare.





Super Motherload's visual charm is no doubt rooted in some of our favorite movies and tv shows of past decades, including Battlestar Galactica (the original), Buck Rogers, and Moon, to name a few. Those favorites, along with an '80s inspired soundtrack, all lend to...
 

Jacob Jones on PS Vita: Four Tips for Exploring Camp Eagle Feather

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69w ago - Lucid Games Founder Nick Davies shared four tips below for exploring Camp Eagle Feather in Jacob Jones on PS Vita today.

To quote: Jacob Jones and the Bigfoot Mystery is a 3D puzzle adventure game for PS Vita, following the adventures of Jacob Jones and his mythical Bigfoot friend as they try to solve the mystery of Camp Eagle Feather.

The game is full of ingenious puzzles to test even the smartest among you, so the team at Lucid Games have provided some helpful hints to make sure you don't get stuck!

Don't forget to tilt!

As Mr. Grimmel will tell you, there's a reward for picking up all of the litter around Camp Eagle Feather. For every soda can you find, he'll give you a credit so you can phone in for some help. The more credits you spend, the better the hint you'll get.

Some soda cans might be out in the open, but if you tilt your PS Vita you may find some hidden on top, or behind other items. There are 130 soda cans hidden around the world, and finding them all won't be easy.

Make a note.

A pen and paper is always handy for taking notes, but in Jacob Jones and the Bigfoot Mystery we've given you a memo function so you can take notes as you play. Your memo can be a very handy tool indeed for solving the...
 

Go exploring with Afrika and Aqua on PS3

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365w ago - We've managed to track down and capture the new trailer for Afrika, PS3's safari-cum-photography game, and it's looking more and more intriguing every time we see it. Details are still scarce about how it'll actually work, but seeing as you'll be using a camera, at least in some way, we can almost guarantee that any pictures could be used as your wallpaper on the PS3 XMB.

And Sony's adventuring doesn't end there; not content with housing tropical fish in a virtual fish tank, in PSN title Aqua Vista, they've dived into to the deep blue sea with new a title called Aqua. This underwater safari looks like it's going to function much like the previously mentioned Afrika except it'll swap meerkats and lions for a vast ocean, colourful fish and huge whales. Both games look stunningly beautiful - just check out that lion's mane in the trailer below - and will definitely act as a nice, tranquil, distraction to shooting enemies in the face.

Given that Aqua and Afrika seem to use to the same technology and begin with the letter A, we're hoping for the announcement of Antarctica before the year is out.
 
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