1w ago - Following up on their previous releases, today PlayStation 3 scene release group Duplex is back with a Tiny Tokens Empires PSN PS3 and Star Wars Pinball PSN PS3 release for Custom Firmware users with details below.
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2w ago - Zen Studios Community Manager Bobby Loertscher confirmed today that Star Wars Pinball Standalone hits PSN next week with some new features detailed below.
To quote: Wait, what? Didn't Star Wars Pinball already launch on PSN? YES! And you are telling me it is launching again? YES! Okay, that was probably super confusing, so let me try to explain.
Believe me, it's a good thing. The initial Star Wars Pinball pack was released in February for Zen Pinball 2 on PS3 and PS Vita. That pack included Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, Boba Fett and Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and it's coming back... this time, with even more features. Cue Star Wars opening crawl text...
From the very beginning of the Star Wars Pinball project, we've been working on a special standalone version of the game that would offer some really fun community features and would be fully branded Star Wars. We managed to finish that project, and it's releasing next week, exclusively on PS3 and PS Vita!
Now you're probably wondering, "Why did I buy this for Zen Pinball 2 when I could have bought a game with different features?" Don't worry, young Padawan, we thought about that too. If you've already bought the tables in Zen Pinball 2, you are entitled to download Star Wars Pinball at no charge!
4w ago - Fallen Tree Games Art Director Lewis Boadle revealed today that Quell Memento is sliding to PS Vita soon!
To quote: In developing Quell Memento for PS Vita, we realized that the project was first started 20 years ago!
You see, the game prototype was originally created on an Amstrad CPC computer, way back in 1993! Having said that, it was very different back then - it was called "Last of the Smileys" and was a lot more 8-bit in style.
As we set about improving the game for a modern release, we knew that we wanted to have a much more unique visual style. After much discussion, we decided upon a gentle old-fashioned look, in part because we read that the human brain is more intelligent when it is relaxed.
Quell Memento is intended to feel familiar, and to evoke feelings of nostalgia. After all, a game called Memento is always going to be about memories!
For this reason, we wanted all the elements to be recognizable from the real world (water droplets, pearls and roses, for example). This would mean, we felt, that the player is able to establish the rules of play quickly, because they know that a pearl is valuable, or that a thorn will likely burst a droplet.
We also decided that the puzzles would be set within an old abandoned house. What could...
5w ago - Telltale Games Producer Adam Sarasohn announced today news of new characters including Brock Samson, Ash, Claptrap, GLaDOS, and more in Poker Night 2 alongside a video below.
To quote: You may be familiar with Telltale's episodic games like The Walking Dead or the recently announced series The Wolf Among Us, but I'm here today to discuss the latest game that we've been working on -- Telltale Games' Poker Night 2.
We got some of the best characters from film, television and video games to sit down at our table to play a few hands of Hold 'Em and Omaha.
On top of that, the game is bursting with unlockable content: you can unlock new decks, chips and felts, which can cause the Inventory (the venue for the game's chicanery) to take on a whole new look. You'll even unlock items outside of the game.
But first, let's talk about the characters you'll be facing at the table. To your immediate left looms Brock Samson, the (former) bodyguard to the Venture Family from Adult Swim's Venture Bros. This guy just oozes cool, but don't think about stealing his chips, because he has a license to kill and he's not afraid to use it.
6w ago - Bethesda Softworks Global Community Lead Matt Grandstaff announced today alongside a video that Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall PS3 DLC is out Tuesday.
Below are the details, to quote: You've played the role of the Empress' protector, and now you will experience Dishonored from the other side of the coin.
Watch our newly released trailer for Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall, which puts you in the role of Daud - the assassin responsible for Empress Jessamine's death.
Those that have played through Dishonored know Daud possesses the Mark of the Outsider - granting him supernatural abilities. But don't expect to be playing as a Corvo clone - Daud can call for help with 'Summon Assassin', track down runes and bone charms with "Void Gaze", and his variation on Blink allows him to stop time - even in mid air.
You'll needs these powers, as well as stealth weapons like Daud's custom wristbow and arc mines to survive some of the most challenging areas in Dunwall - including the Rothwild Slaughterhouse, Legal District, and a return to Daud's hidden base in the Flooded District. Nothing you can't handle, right?
As with Dishonored, we encourage you to play The Knife of Dunwall...