To quote: "Early this morning I turned on my console to get a little bit of gaming in and talk to a couple of my online buddies and notice one of my good friends playing Killzone 3.
Now I'm not going to give all the information about his PSN ID or who actually it is playing the game, but for it being so early in the year with the game not coming out till Febuary just makes me wonder.
176w ago - Hot Shots: Get a Grip Producer Chris Hinojosa-Miranda has announced today alongside a video trailer that Piyotama for PSP and PSPgo is coming soon to PSN for $4.99.
To quote: I am going to digitally give all your PSP's the bird... a Piyo to be exact, a cute cuddly Piyo, a Piyomama and thousands upon thousands of hours of pure egg-hatching enjoyment.
You read right, Piyotama, the cutest and most addictive puzzle title for the PS3 is cluck-cluck-clucking its way over to the most egg-cellent portable gaming systems on this planet. So if you are in the know, stop reading this and prepare yourself for the greatness that will come this July 27 (hint: this is when the game launches on the PlayStation Store!)
Piyotama for the PSP picks up where the PS3 version left off, with Piyomama needing your color matching skills, quick thinking and fast thumbs to help her hatch her colorful eggs before they overflow the nest. Connect four eggs of the same color to start the hatching process... and if you connect more eggs to the chain (or create more hatching chains) you will get a hatching bonus!
Take your hatching skills to the next level in the Timed mode to race against the cluck-clock or Free-Range mode to hatch eggs to your heart's...
177w ago - Today Just Add Water CEO Stewart Gilray has announced on Sony's PlayStation Blog that Gravity Crash Portable for PSP and PSPgo is hitting PSN soon.
To quote: Well, it's finally here! Gravity Crash Portable is being released on July 20th for $9.99.
During the development of the PSP version, we made some changes based on feedback to the PS3 version. Things that you guys asked for, and things that we felt needed to be looked at. To tantalise you in anticipation here's a list of some of what has changed...
• We've added a third ship. An anti-gravity ship. When playing, if you let go of the analog stick you will no longer plunge to your death.
• We've increased the number of special weapon slots from 3 to 5.
• We've added a lot more weapon pickups throughout the levels.
• We've made the Primary Objectives more recognizable on the radar (via BIG FLASHING DOTS).
• We originally used the old-school concept of three lives, then Game Over. We have now removed that; if you get Game Over, you can start from where you left off.
• We completely re-wrote the "paint" aspect of the editor, to make it faster and cleverer in relation to holes.
• We've added a new game mode, Survivor mode, where...
180w ago - As previously rumored and confirmed, today of Sony's VP of Network Operations Americas Eric Lempel has announced that PlayStation 3 System Software Update v3.40 and PSP Firmware v6.30 arrives tonight and will be available soon to download.
To quote: Hi everyone, once again we're adding new features to the PlayStation 3 (PS3) system via firmware update to ensure we're bringing you the best, most comprehensive entertainment experience possible.
PS3 system software update (v3.40) will be available soon, adding the PlayStation Plus subscription, enhancements to the connection between your PlayStation Network and Facebook accounts and more.
Additionally, we'll be launching system software update (v6.30) for the PSP (PlayStation Portable) system simultaneously with PS3 system software update (v3.40), adding PlayStation Plus compatibility as well as other new features.
We've gone ahead and provided a few highlights from PS3 firmware update (v3.40) below:
182w ago - Rockin' Android President Enrique Galvez has unveiled today along with a video preview that Gundemonium Collection for PS3 is coming soon to PSN.
To quote: We'd like to tell you about our outstanding bullet-hell shoot-em-up trilogy, Gundemonium.
If you've ever played Super Stardust HD, or game series like Gradius and R-Type, you have a good idea of what to expect from the "shoot-em-up" genre.
This is retro arcade-style shooting and dodging action, no quarters required, no quarter given. "Bullet-hell" means just what it sounds like, too many bullets on-screen at once to count. Hopefully you're not susceptible to shell shock.
In the Japanese indie-gaming scene, very few developers are as respected as Platine Dispositif. Their games provide plenty of solid white-knuckle-intense gameplay, and ageless retro-gaming style.
If "steampunk," alchemy, and dodging unhealthy doses of flying lead (while dishing plenty back out) sounds good to you,...