18w ago - Sony Senior Producer Florence Kum shared a Rain PS3 developer diary Volume 1 video today with Yuki Ikeda among those included from the project below.
To quote: Hello Everyone! Your excitement over Rain at E3 was well received by the team and we'd like to thank you for your support since!
I hope you have all had a hot summer - as it should be! We have certainly been enjoying the sun here, but I am guessing that some of you are craving some more 'Rain'... perhaps? Without further ado, I am pleased to present you with our first Developer Diary for Rain.
In this video we meet Game Director Yuki Ikeda, Lead Planner Tomoharu Fujii, Art Director Seiichi Terashima, and Designer Tomokazu Oki. They explore Rain, what it means to them and how they interpret it in the game.
162w ago - Electronic Arts Community Coordinator Eduardo Vasconcellos has announced today that Medal of Honor for PS3 is getting what's being dubbed Hot Zone.
To quote: It's been a few weeks since Medal of Honor launched, and thanks to our fantastic PlayStation fans, things have been a great success.
Now that you've had time to get used to the game's multiplayer offering on the PlayStation Network, I think it's time we let you in on a little secret: there's more. While you may already know that Clean Sweep is coming on November 2 (free for everyone who activated their Medal of Honor Online Pass), what we didn't tell you is that a whole new mode dubbed Hot Zone is coming to the PSN on the same day.
Coming to the PlayStation Network for $9.99, Hot Zone is a king of the hill-type mode where two teams tussle over a single objective within a map. As long as you hold the Hot Zone, you gain points which go to your final score.
Unlike other game modes, maintaining control on the Hot Zone is the only way to earn points, so while laying down suppressing fire and taking out enemies coming your way is certainly a good thing, these kills won't earn you any extra points.
The pacing and overall feel of the new mode is different as all players will be surrounding a single...
Just under a week ago we reported that Medal of Honor was working with Open Manager for PS3 JailBreak users, and today datalogger (JasonMcKey on Twitter) has updated the PL3 Payload which fixes the 80010019 error that Medal of Honor and other new PS3 titles gave users prior to updating them to run.
169w ago - EA Community Manager Matthew Pruitt has shared a video trailer today of Medal of Honor for PS3 dubbed High Value Target.
To quote: Here at EA, we want to make sure our PlayStation 3 fans know that we're listening.
That's why we we've created The MOH Experience, a series of uncut and unedited single-player and multiplayer videos put together to show our audience what they can expect when Medal of Honor launches on October 12th.
In this third installment, titled "High Value Target," we're giving you a look at Medal of Honor's multiplayer.
The mode being played in the video is called Combat Mission. Coalition forces are tasked with clearing five consecutive objectives to win and the insurgents must stop them at any cost.
As objectives are cleared, new areas of the map open up to reveal what the coalition must do next. The team health meter represents coalition reinforcements. If it's depleted before the current objective is cleared, the match ends and coalition forces are stopped.
You may have also noticed the Bradley Fighting Vehicles as well. It can seat both a driver and gunner. This particular map requires that...
Today, Middle East Gamers (linked above) have revealed that a Mohammed Ben Sulayem PS3 Slim 250GB bundle is heading for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) this year.
It was recently spotted at the Games '09 exhibition at Dubai Festival City and features the legendary rally racer on the front, to quote:
"A new PS3 bundle for the UAE was announced at GAMES 09 today. The bundle will include: a 250GB PS3 Slim, a copy of DiRT 2, a custom PS3 boxart designed on the legendary rally racer Mohammed Ben Sulayem. It will cost 1499Dhs."