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DBZ Burst Limit 1st Trailer Gameplay

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339w ago - This is the first gameplay of the upcoming game Dragonball Z Burst Limit.

Hope you enjoy it!

Video can be seen below:




 

Sony To Bring "Bite-Sized" PSP Games To PlayStation Store

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339w ago - We caught up with John Koller, Senior Product Manager for the PSP at Sony's CES booth this week, to get a quick update on the company's portable plans.

When asked about the success of the recently launched PC version of the PlayStation Store that allows those without a PlayStation 3 to download games, trailers and more to their PSPs, Koller told us that while it was a bit too early for accurate numbers, the company is expecting big things from the service.

"We have an opportunity to bring bite-size experiences to the system, ten minute, pick up and play content that can be downloaded from the store," Koller told us, part of an effort to expand the PSP's demographic.

In addition to those short-session downloadable games, plans for more legacy PSP titles are planned. Koller said the company will be re-releasing older PlayStation Portable titles as downloads, ones that "retailers aren't interested in carrying at this stage, games that we hear a lot of demand from PSP owners–titles like Wipeout, Twisted Metal–gamers who say 'I want to play this' but can't find it at retail anymore."

Speaking of retail, Koller confirmed that SCEA will be publishing more UMD movies and at a reduced price point. "We definitely understand that releasing a '70s era romantic comedy at $29.99...
 

Mirror's Edge: full-resolution screenshots from DICE's revolutionary FPS

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339w ago - Tiscali Games sports the first two screenshots (not low-res scans, which were posted before) from DICE's upcoming revolutionary FPS Mirror's Edge alongside an explanation. Full translation follows for those that repeatedly complain that site is not in English:

Mirror's Edge swore to revolutionize the way characters move in FPS: that's the premise of the DICE's latest's projects, authors of the Battlefield series. Only now authors have released the first two screenshots.

To understand what's going on, one has to open up the latest issue of Games for Windows magazine, where the game's producer Owen O'Brien explains: "Shooting will play an important role in the game, but Faith will have to rely on her parkour-like movements to survive in the metropole."

The screenshot comes from the first level, where she's just finished a rooftop-run and is now sliding down a glass roof while under fire by a police chopper. "It'll feel like the Casino Royale chase scene," adds O'Brien.

To better understand the intuitive controls of the game, it is suggested that you check out the article from EDGE which was reprinted on Next Gen last August.

Images below in full resolution here.
 

PlayStation Store Update for January 10, 2008

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339w ago - Here's this weeks US and European Playstation Store updates, bringing Motorstorm downloadable content to one, and filling out the other with old foreign store content and an old classic.

What's good news for foreigners who prefer content on the US store, is that US PSN cards are starting to appear, meaning gaining access to those goodies is all the more simple. Moreover, the indigenous children in the country can buy content without owning a Credit Card.

US Playstation Store Update:

Games/Demos:
- Crash Bandicoot 2 (PS1) - $5.99
- Kane and Lynch Demo
- Super Stardust HD Demo and Update*

Downloadable Content:
Folklore DLC
- "The Alchemist" pack - $3.99
-"The Origin of Belgae" pack - $3.99

NFS: Prostreet DLC
- Bugatti Veyron 16.4 - $2.99
- McLaren F1 - $2.99

Rock Band - $1.99 each
- Interstate Love Song - Stone Temple Pilots
- Die, All Right! - The Hives
- Number of the Beast - Iron Maiden

Trailers:
- Burnout Paradise "Guns N' Roses" Trailer
- First Sunday
- Spiderwick Chronicles (Trailer 2)

Other:
- PAIN - Jarvis Theme
- PAIN - The Dude Theme

*Super Stardust HD was updated to v2.0. Includes rumble,...
 

Expect more PS3 Home Details coming at GDC 08!

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339w ago - Looks as if a fair bit of information on Home will come to light during this year's Game Developers conference.

On February 21, Sony is hosting a Home tools and support presentation with developers. The presentation will cover an overview of the current Home Tools features as well as feature roadmaps for the future.

In addition, Sony plans to walk developers through the process of creating a Home space and show how to create 3D mini-games within the Home service.

They'll also take a glance at a feature called Home Interactive Item creation. More to come as it's available!
 
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