121w ago - Today Ken Schramm at Sucker Punch Productions has posted up a video dubbed inFamous 2 PS3: Morality Revealed introducing the companions.
To quote: Greetings from the SCEE PlayStation Experience in London! We're excited to be at the event, and for the first time, reveal how our duality/morality system will work in inFAMOUS 2.
Karma moments from inFAMOUS are now represented by character-driven dialogue and 3D mocap cutscenes. Your conscience comes into play with the introduction of Kuo and Nix, two NPC characters.
Kuo is a NSA agent working to help Cole defeat the Beast. Nix is a New Marais native that grew up in the swamps around New Marias, whose hatred for Bertrand stems from witnessing him kill her family. She is your hedonistic guide that coaxes Cole into not thinking about the consequences of his actions.
There will be multiple crossroads where Cole will decide to follow Kuo's lead or give into Nix's temptations. Your choices will directly affect the gameplay by permanently remaining in the world. Whatever path you choose, remember that in inFAMOUS 2 you can always change your mind. It's never too late to look for redemption... or to say "to hell with it" and become...
136w ago - Today Senior Producer Jason Bergman has shared some Fallout: New Vegas PS3 details on Hardcore Mode, Morality and Combat!
To quote: Come next week, many of you will begin your adventures in Fallout: New Vegas - attempting to explore every nook, cranny, and Vault found within in and around Mojave Wasteland.
Before your journey begins, we thought we'd answer some last-minute questions sent by you via Facebook and Twitter.
I'm afraid it's going to feel like DLC. Are there enough changes to make New Vegas feel unique from Fallout 3? (thanks @acsguitar)
We certainly think so! While the gameplay is similar, the world itself is very, very different. And our main storyline plays out in a very different manner, with several very different paths to completion.
Can we expect the same wasteland experience as in Fallout 3? I'm kinda scared about playing in a city untouched by atomic bombs! (thanks @The_iCroco)
Yes and no. There are some areas that were hit directly, but for the most part, the destruction you'll see in the Mojave Wasteland is due to neglect, not bombardment.
Don't expect sprawling, fully functioning cities, though. The New Vegas...