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Sony European PSN Game Store Updates June 13, 2012

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115w ago - Today Sony's Jawad Ashraf of the PlayStation Store Team is here with this weeks European PSN Game Store updates below, as follows:

Gravity Rush is finally here! That's right; the highly anticipated game for PlayStation Vita flies its way to PS Store.

Take control of Kat, a young girl with no recollection of her past in a world being attacked by a mysterious entity. Master the forces of gravity and perform spectacular acrobatic feats as you discover the charm of Gravity Rush.

For a limited only, download Gravity Rush and you'll also receive a Military Mission pack for free. Remember, limited time only!

PulzAR blasts its way onto the PS Store. The Earth is in grave danger. Somewhere just beyond our planet's outer atmosphere, a series of colossal meteors are spinning ever closer on a deadly collision course to wipe out humankind.

So far, all attempts to divert their trajectory have failed. Now, in mankind's desperate last stand, it's down to you to command a network of missiles carrying huge explosive charges and try to blast the gigantic space rocks into a harmless meteor shower before they reach Earth.

Using precision laser technology - and your AR Play Cards - you have only a limited time to program the guidance system using a series...
 

Sony PlayStation Store PS3 and PSN Updates for June 12, 2012

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115w ago - Sony PlayStation Store Director Grace Chen is here with this weeks US PSN video game updates below, as follows:

The excitement of E3 has come and gone, but the fun of gaming provided by PlayStation Store continues on!

This week marks the release of two highly anticipated PS Vita titles; the first being Gravity Rush. Gain a new perspective as you take on the role of Kat, a strong-willed girl seeking the means to protect her future in a world that's crumbling to pieces.

Tilt and move the PS Vita, taking gravity into your own hands to deliver devastating attacks, uncover the secrets to your past and explore a mysterious world. Check out all the coverage of Gravity Rush on the PlayStation.Blog, and pick it up today.

In addition to Gravity Rush, Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection sneaks on to PS Vita. Play three great chapters in the Metal Gear franchise with the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection.

Included are in this PlayStation Vita package are Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty and Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. As a bonus, the original MSX games Metal Gear and Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake are included, showcasing Snake's very first missions.

PS Vita also sees another release this week with Pulzar: a mind boggling puzzle game that turns nearly any flat...
 

Sony Announces PS Vita Sale is Coming to PlayStation Store

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115w ago - Today Andy Stewart of Sony's PlayStation Store Team has announced that a PS Vita sale is coming to the PS Store with details below.

To quote: Out of the shadows I return to announce another sale for our ever loving consumers. This time we've got a THREE week sale for you.

What's it about? What can you expect? Why should you care? Read on and find out.

Starting on June 13th until July 4th, we will run a sale for content compatible with PS Vita. Each week we will rotate the content, starting with digital only titles followed by adding in retail releases (that are also available through PS Store) and finally on the third week, retail and PSP/mini titles compatible with Vita.

So, for week one you can expect some of the following great titles:

Escape Plan
Was €12.99/£9.99 - Now €8.99/£7.29

Hustle Kings
Was €7.99/£6.49 - Now €5.99/£4.79

Motorstorm RC
Was €5.99/£4.79 - Now €4.99/£3.99

Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack!
Was €6.99/£5.49 - Now €4.99/£3.99

Top Darts
Was €7.99/£6.49 - Now €5.99/£4.79

Super Stardust Delta + Advanced Star Fighter Pack
Was €9.99/£7.99 - Now €6.99/£5.49

and more!..
 

Sony Shares Final Fantasy XIV PS3 Update - Interview, New Details

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115w ago - Sony Blog Manager Fabio Santana of Brazil has shared a fresh Final Fantasy XIV PS3 update today including an interview and new details below, as follows:

When it was first launched back in 2010, Final Fantasy XIV for PC was criticized by players and the media, and eventually the planned PS3 version was postponed. Since then, Square Enix decided to reshuffle the leading developers of the game, with Naoki Yoshida now acting as Director and Producer.

His challenge is to helm the 2.0 version of [Register or Login to view links], which is a re-imagination of the original release. It will mark a new beginning for the game when it gets launched this winter, coinciding with the release of the anticipated PS3 version.

The game was not ready to be demoed publicly at E3 this year, but we got a chance to see a brief live demo behind closed doors of the game still running on a PC. It featured lush visuals, with a richly detailed character running through a forest area with dense vegetation and impressive lighting effects passing through foliage.

It was something we definitely aren't used to see in an MMORPG. "Right now it's optimized for PC. We're about 50% into the development of the PS3 version, but it's pretty much how it's going to look on the console...
 

Sony Interviews EA Sports' David Rutter on FIFA 13 for PS3

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115w ago - Sony Content Producer Simon Bramble has interviewed EA Sports' David Rutter today on FIFA 13 for PS3.

Below is the interview, to quote: With Euro 2012 getting underway and the latest version of the beautiful game on PlayStation 3 mesmerising crowds at E3 2012, it was the perfect time to catch up with EA SPORTS FIFA 13 producer David Rutter.

Here, he explains how this year's online offering is second to none.

Simon: How has FIFA Street impacted on FIFA 13?

David Rutter: The Precision Dribbling 2.0 - that's the glamorous name for it - did owe something to that game, yes. We were looking at improved dribbling overall as a big holistic feature, we wanted the ability to move in 360 degrees, we wanted fidelity of distance and we also wanted face angle.

That was a big thing for us, the ability to have the player's face pointing in the right direction no matter which way they're going.

After that was achieved it became obvious that another cool part of it would be the ability to take defenders on using skill moves.

We've had some skill moves in FIFA before, but the key lesson we learned from the FIFA Street guys was that level of immediate control on the ball. It was really fun, something we thought would fit in nicely...
 
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