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Interstellar Marines still alive! New image inside

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337w ago - Developed by Zero Point Software, an independent studio out of Copenhagen, Interstellar Marines is a sci-fi hybrid that combines the cooperative gameplay and military realism of the tactical shooter with the character development and narrative depth of RPG's.

According to Zero Point, the first playable demo will available at GDC and new trailers will be shown highlighting the game's gameplay and features. Below is an updated early look at what we'll see at GDC.

"Interstellar Marines has come a long way since we released our proof-of-concept trailer," said Kim Haar Jørgensen, Game Director at Zero Point. "We've invested a lot of resources in getting the GDC demo right, and it goes a long way to show how Interstellar Marines will push the FPS genre forward in terms of player immersion and campaign cooperative gameplay."

For those of you who want more details on the game you can read our preview here. Basically it's a new FPS that focuses on realism and non-linear gameplay.

The game looks to set new standards for player immersion through character awareness, environmental realism, and a brand new in-game communication technology.

PSU will be attending GDC this year, so we'll be sure to keep you updated with all the latest on this new AAA first person shooter.
 

New Army of Two trailer available

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337w ago - Enjoy a look at a new Army of Two - Two vs Two trailer...

Video below, enjoy!




 

Critical Reception: Capcom's Devil May Cry 4

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337w ago - This week's edition of the regular Critical Reception column examines online reaction to Devil May Cry 4 Capcom's action franchise sequel that "delivers polished, fiendish thrills that eclipse other games in the series, and almost all contemporaries in the genre," according to reviews.

After finding success on the PlayStation 2, Capcom's Devil May Cry franchise makes its multiplatform debut on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 with Devil May Cry 4. This new entry notably replaces the series' standard and well-liked protagonist Dante with a new character named Nero, who possesses an entirely different array of weaponry and abilities.

Though Dante remains playable in portions of Devil May Cry 4, series fans have wondered if Nero would be as likeable a character as Dante, and have expressed concern over the resulting shift in gameplay technique. Critics have responded well to the change thus far, and average a score of 84 out of 100 at Metacritic.com.

Joe Juba at Game Informer rates Devil May Cry 4 at 9 out of 10, emphasizing that Nero is a good fit for the franchise. "I'll just get this out of the way: Nero is awesome," he assures. "Any reservations fans may have about the young upstart replacing Dante as the main hero will evaporate in the first hour of Devil May Cry 4."

Juba explains...
 

Resistance: FoM Network Update Vulnerability

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337w ago - As you know, the Resistance: Fall of Man game updates via PlayStation Network. The resident PS3 Devs (Subdub and Gigi) discovered this nearly 6 months ago and others (Placa, to name just one) soon after, it's just another rehash of the old Warhawk method (detailed here and here), but more constrained.

For example, using the Warhawk hole users could change directories, in the R:FOM one you can't. In layman's terms, it means this R:FOM method is even more limited/useless than the Warhawk one was. Of course to those who just recently discovered it- this is being incorrectly labeled as something useful when it sadly isn't at all.

However, since Sony plugged the Warhawk hole in a past Firmware Update, most of the devs opted to keep quiet until tonight... as now this hole will certainly be addressed in an upcoming Firmware Update as it is indeed a security issue to Sony.

It's a fairly simple method. Using your favorite DNS "hijack" method, or proxy server redirect download-prod.online.scea.com...
 

Rock Band mod adds actual guitar string, class to axe

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337w ago - For Rock Band players that have also had some experience with a bona fide six-string, getting used to that plastic strum bar can take some work.

For one gamer in particular, he decided to spend that time doing something a bit more productive than getting acclimated, like adding in an actual guitar string.

There's also a switch mechanism that gets triggered by said string, which then sends an input to the game. Pretty swank, we say -- check out the video for yourself after the jump!

Video can be seen below:




 
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