81w ago - Sony Creative Director Brian Upton at Santa Monica Studio has shared some video footage today unveiling the creatures of Sorcery for PlayStation Move below.
To quote: In this new behind-the-scenes video, our final installment of our four-part series detailing the making of Sorcery, we discuss what it took to create the game's vast, magical universe.
You'll gain insight into the numerous creative decisions that we had to make, such as crafting the look and feel of the different environments - from The Realm of the Dead to the Faerie Forest - and the strange and dangerous beasts that inhabit them.
You'll hear from the development team on how we went about making a fantasy world feel otherworldly, details on the backstory behind places like the Endless Stair and the Faerie Forest, and some anecdotes on why the prettiest character in Sorcery is also one of the most dangerous!
Sorcery hits store shelves next week, Tuesday, May 22nd. For more info on this eagerly anticipated PlayStation Move title, visit our official site.
85w ago - LightBox Interactive President Dylan Jobe has officially unveiled the Starhawk PS3 story trailer video today with details below!
To quote: From the depths I emerge to share with you and all other "nodes" on the internets a wonderful tale.
A tale of a game with hot multiplayer action yet, unbeknownst to most players, a fun-as-hell solo campaign as well. So peel back your eyelids and let the video below impregnate your brain! (Yes, your brain can get pregnant!)
The team has been working all hours at Santa Monica Studio and here at LightBox Interactive to finish up Starhawk and we wanted to take a bit of time to share our latest Singleplayer trailer.
Most people out there really only know Starhawk for its online multiplayer, which totally kicks ass and was certainly our team's focus. But the fact is that Starhawk has a very fun and unique solo campaign too... and NO, it's not just an MP tutorial with bots!
Starhawk's Build & Battle mechanics are fully supported by the Universe we've created. The war between the Rifters and the Outcast. The conflict between Emmett and Logan.
Even humanity's rush for "blue-gold" that spans the Frontier....
86w ago - Today Andy Stewart of Sony's PlayStation Store Team has unveiled this weeks PSP price drops in the European PSN store, as follows:
We have some more price dropped PSP games for your enjoyment. The prices will vary from title to title, but you'll be sure to find some as little as €7.99/£6.99/AUD $11.95!
With the release of the PlayStation Vita, we're delighted gamers are enjoying our new entry to portable consoles but we also know a lot of die-hard PSP fans still exist.
This price reduction allows you to have even cheaper access to great PSP titles - some of which are even PS Vita compatible (to see which content is compatible, visit the PlayStation Store and you will be able to see in the products description).
87w ago - XSeed Localization Specialist Tom Lipschultz has unveiled today that Way of the Samurai 4 is coming exclusively to the PS3 entertainment system with details below.
To quote: Say WotS?! You heard me right! Spike and Acquire's Way of the Samurai 4 is confirmed for release in North America on the PS3, and we at XSEED Games are pleased to be bringing it to you fully uncut and uncensored.
Torture chambers, naughty midnight missions in the dark and all the brutal slaughtering you can handle await in this riveting and 100% historically accurate (shhhh!) sandbox-style samurai period drama.
Admiral Perry has just opened Japan's borders to the British, allowing for a long-overdue globalization process to begin.
Unfortunately, one of the open ports happens to be a modest Japanese burg called Amihama, where a resistance group known as the "Disciples of Prajna" have taken up arms against the arriving foreigners and all who support them.
As a lone samurai who's just arrived amidst the chaos, it's up to you whether you want to join forces with the Prajna resistance, fight alongside the foreigners in the name of progress or take your stance somewhere between the two by supporting the local government's attempts to quell the violence (through any means possible).