9w ago - Sony PlayStation Digital Platforms Community Manager Paul Sullivan is here with this weeks PS Mobile updates, which feature Zen Accumulator and Dark Quest launching this week.
To quote: Every Tuesday, there are new games, apps, and updates added to PlayStation Mobile. Dark Quest, a turn-based fantasy RPG, and Zen Accumulator, a soothing puzzler, both launch this week. And there's an update to Scientific Electronic Calculator.
Dark Quest by Brain Seal Ltd ($4.99)
Dark Quest is a turn-based, fantasy role playing adventure where players take the role of a mighty barbarian on his epic quest to destroy the forces of the evil sorcerer and save the land.
Zen Accumulator by Hiive LLC ($3.99)
Zen Accumulator is a peaceful, meditative puzzle game where you have to slide clean drops of water to clean up polluted drops. However, each drop has a value assigned to it, and drops can only absorb other drops if their two values are divisible by one another.
Scientific Electronic Calculator by PentliumEE
• Updated to Version 1.01
• Fixed minor bugs
PS Vita owners can download these games from the PlayStation Mobile section of PlayStation Store; Owners of PlayStation-certified devices...
73w ago - Sony Community Manager Morgan Haro of PlayStation Digital Platforms is here with launch week discounts and new PlayStation Plus updates below!
To quote: Earlier this month, we delivered a big update to your PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection with the addition of great games like Gotham City Impostors, Pac-Man Championship Edition DX, and Renegade Ops.
These three games continue to be free for Plus members, in addition to nine more free AAA games, like LittleBigPlanet 2, inFAMOUS 2, and Ratchet and Clank: All 4 One.
That's not all for this month, though! To round out July (and even getting a bit into August), we've got even more goodness for Plus members!
July 17th PlayStation Plus Update
Dyad - 20% Off: Dyad is an abstract game that is influenced by many genres, including racing games, fighting games, puzzle games and classic arcade shooters. Each of the game's 27 different levels utilizes a variety of mechanics and present unique challenges: forming long combos, racing, surviving as long as possible, hitting certain top speeds, and more.
Releasing as part of the 7/17 PlayStation Store Update, we're proud to present this highly-anticipated game to all Plus members at a 20% discount on day one! Want more info? Check out all...
230w ago - Today PlayStation Home Online Community Specialist Locust_Star has announced that both the BUZZ! and Fight Night PlayStation Home Space launch this week.
To quote: This Thursday, July 16th, will bear witness to a tremendous content update in the ever-growing world of PlayStation Home.
In fact, there's so much set up to go down in-world this week that we can barely fit it all in without breaking our word count agreement. So to keep things cool with our friends here over at the PS Blog, we'll cut out the regularly-scheduled blabbing and get straight to the point.
We think you'll be stoked to see that the long-awaited BUZZ! HQ is launching. Here, you can meet up with friends new and old and take part in a massive 64-player game of BUZZ! trivia. This content is fed into the space via MyBuzzQuiz.com - a site where you can create your own trivia questions for your fellow BUZZ! fanatics to tackle.
So be sure to create an account and start uploading your trickiest trivia. Then get your butt into Home, hook up with your brainiest peeps, enter the BUZZ! HQ, and start racking up the prizes.
261w ago - Jack Buser, the director of PlayStation Home has confirmed that the launch of PlayStation Home is imminent, although he would not get into the specific details of the exact date of release.
In related news, mainstream news site TimesOnline stated yesterday, "To try Home, which is slated for release in the next 10 days, players must download a piece of free software from Sony's PlayStation store onto their own PS3."
If accurate, this would put a PlayStation Home public release on track for the rumored December 17 date previously reported.
To quote: Amid rumors of a December launch for PlayStation Home, SCEA has confirmed to Joystiq that the social platform's public, open beta phase will arrive before the end of calendar year 2008, as we've been hearing for some time.
"We've been saying it will launch by the end of calendar year 2008," PlayStation Home director, Jack Buser, responded when asked about a December release. "And that's getting very, very close," he concluded, laughing.
"Launch is imminent," Buser confirmed - although neither he nor an SCEA rep were willing to divulge an exact day of...