197w ago - Sony's UK Product Manager Lucy Duncan has shared several new Heavy Rain PS3 advert videos today on the PlayStation Blog.
To quote: We have been running several different ads for the Heavy Rain TV campaign in the UK and just in case you have missed any of them, here they are!
This is a pre-launch we ran 'Top & Tail' ads to show the different choices you can make within the game and the consequences that this can have in the 'Hassans Shop' scene. 3 different endings were made and played out on TV.
Our 60″ ad first aired during last weeks Inter Milan and Chelsea Champions League game and ran throughout the launch weekend.
A shorter 30″ version of this ad will be running until the 14th of March:
You should also check out the interactive Heavy Rain game trailers on the Heavy Rain YouTube channel to experience the game, make decisions for yourself and watch...
229w ago - With the Uncharted 2: Among Thieves release dates secured, the Director of Product Publicity Jennifer Clark has shared some highlights, to quote:
If you're at Comic-Con this week be sure to stop by the PlayStation booth - we're booth 5200 in the Exhibit Hall - where we will debuting some brand new, never been touched outside of Naughty Dog, UNCHARTED 2 gameplay for you to experience and it's hands-on!
In addition, if you are at Comic-Con and interested in meeting Naughty Dog or some of the voice actors in UNCHARTED 2 - including Nolan North, Claudia Black, Emily Rose and Robin Atkin Downes - they will be taking part in a panel this Thursday, July 23, at 5:30 PM in room 6A on the Upper Level of the San Diego Convention Center.
Greg Miller of IGN will moderate the discussion on how the Naughty Dog Engine 2.0 and the innovative motion capture process at Naughty Dog enables them to create the first active cinematic experience in a video game. With this group of personalities, I guarantee it will be a lot of fun and we will be unveiling some new footage that you will not want to miss.
264w ago - The DS and PSP are last gen platforms - and the only true next-gen portable platform is the iPod Touch.
That was the message from Apple this week, as the company finally revealed its intentions to snaffle market share in the traditional gaming space - after years of fervent speculation about its plans.
Speaking exclusively to MCV, the company confessed that its new marketing campaign encourages consumers to buy iPod purely "to play our games" - and even marked the device out as a real threat to Nintendo and Sony's handheld efforts.
Greg Joswiak, head of iPod and iPhone marketing told us: "It's not just the screens that are superior to DS - it's the graphics capability, the computing power and the App Store distribution model.
"I had an analyst tell me in September - and he was right - that the DS is the past of gaming devices, and iPod Touch is the future of gaming devices. It certainly has our competitors scrambling in what they're going to do in reaction to this. This product is capable of so much more, and there's a tremendous synergy we have with the iPod Touch and game developers."
iPod users can already download 1,500 games via Apple's App Store - and the platform holder is doing its best to persuade traditional publishers...