145w ago - Sony PlayStation Store Senior Manager Grace Chen is here with this weeks US PSN updates today, as follows:
Here is the weekly PlayStation Store update:
Full Game Trial
ModNation Racers (Free and exclusive to PlayStation Plus subscribers)
ModNation Racers is a next generation kart racer that empowers you to personalize your entire game. Shoot, boost & drift your way to the finish line both offline and online, then create your own racing experiences with the same tools used by the development team. Share or access unlimited amounts of player-created content on PSN. There is no end to the karting fun!
ESRB Rated E
File size: 9.62 GB
• Sonic the Hedgehog (Free and exclusive to PlayStation Plus subscribers)
• Spyro Year of the Dragon (Free to PlayStation Plus subscribers, regular price $5.99)
• Enigmo (Free and exclusive to PlayStation Plus subscribers)
• Pix'n Love Rush (Free and exclusive to PlayStation Plus subscribers)
• PlayStation Move Heroes Demo (Free and exclusive to PlayStation Plus subscribers)
177w ago - Today online retailer eStarland.com has revealed what is purported to be the Resistance 3 PS3 setting, sample boxart (below) and a release date of March 24, 2011.
While there is no official confirmation yet from Sony nor Insomniac Games beyond the previously reported developer profile and gameplay survey, the setting of Resistance 3 for PlayStation 3 appears to be in New York based on the boxart logo which matches the Resistance 3 billboard and product description, as follows:
"Continue the fight against the Chimera invasion in Resistance 3, as the battle moves to New York City and humanity makes its final stand."
To quote: "The billboard for Resistance 3 gives a vague clue on the plot of the game. For Resistance 3, the A in the billboard clearly illustrates the Statue of Liberty, indicating New York City will be the game's primary setting.
181w ago - Nintendo of America boss Reggie Fils-Aime acknowledged that Nintendo was seeking feedback from attendees and may still tweak the design of the upcoming 3DS.
To quote: "You know typically, at an E3, our engineers are looking for feedback.
You know, we have an army of Nintendo representatives out on our show floor talking to attendees, getting reactions to everything in the device: the depth slider, the buttons, the sliding pad that is, essentially, an analog-type stick.
These are things that we're looking to get reaction to, including the overall button placement. When we get all that feedback, then we'll finalize the design.
The one thing, for sure, is that we will launch in all of our major markets by March 31, 2011," he stated.