207w ago - Recently iTrophies for your iPhone or iPod touch was just upgraded to version 2.0 Apple App Store, with added several new features included.
iTrophies 2.0 is a handy app that syncs your own PlayStation 3 Trophy data to your iPhone and not only allows you to see which trophies you have earned but which ones you still have to get.
One thing pretty unique with iTrophies that seems to set it apart from the crowd is that fact that is actually supports live syncing, so no longer will you have to manually select each trophy that you have earned.
With the help of a set by set guide which is found over on their Web site they will help you do the hard part in a matter of minutes.
Another thing that PS3 iTrophies allows is the ability to look at the live status of everyone on your friends list, yo uwill be able to see if they are online or not, their comments, what they are playing, and even compare overall trophy stats with them.
PS3 iTrophies also contains a break down off all your games, showing you which trophies you have earned and which you still have to get, along with info about how...
209w ago - Sony's Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein is back today with a video FAQ on MotorStorm Arctic Edge.
To quote: After two console-based racing adventures on PS3, MotorStorm finally goes portable this fall with MotorStorm Arctic Edge on the PSP.
You had questions about the environment, multiplayer, and how developer BigBig Studios (Pursuit Force) is going to shrink the game without compromising the action. Fortunately, Game Director Richard Ogden was up to the task.
So, what do you think?
We've now shared all of our pre-E3 Q&A sessions, save for one. Look for our Heavy Rain interview next week.
209w ago - Wideload Games Director Scott Corley has announced that Texas Cheat'em hits PSN today.
To quote: Texas Cheat'em from Wideload Shorts is out on PlayStation Network THIS WEEK for $9.99.
First, a bit about Wideload Shorts. We're an indie studio within an indie studio. Our team lives within the walls of Wideload Games. Wideload's founder, Alex Seropian, did some stuff once.
He started this studio called Bungie, made this game called Halo, and sold it all to some other company. But Wideload, much to the delight of those who work here, is about doing new things, and taking new chances.
The Wideload Shorts team makes small games that are imbued with Wideload's trademark humor. Our focus is on good, solid, NEW gameplay that will stand the test of time. When it comes to our gameplay, we are nurturing and protective.
Imagine that our gameplay is a baby bunny rabbit. We will bring it carrots, and lick its fur to keep it clean. If coyotes are the latest fad, and everybody insists that we MUST get a coyote ("don't worry, your baby bunny should be fine"), we won't do it. Our motto is: "coyotes eat gameplay."