Ghost Rider, half of the "Vengeance" part of the title, was the first table revealed, and to this point there have only been a handful of screens to explore - but today, right here on the PlayStation.Blog, we are giving you a first look at Johnny Blaze, Lucifer, and Zadkiel in action.
Did you see what we did there??? "A virtuous announcement coming to New York Comic Con." Yes, we will be revealing a new table this Saturday @ 1:15 - 2:15 during the Marvel Games panel at NYCC. Any guesses on...
113w ago - Crytek UK Senior Designer Alex Hood has shared some new PS3 video trailer footage below of Crysis, which assaults PSN today with 3D support!
To quote: It is very exciting for me to be able to say that the original Crysis is coming to the PS3! Some of you may be wondering how we are going to bring the large open environments that Crysis is known for to console.
The expansive jungle sections, the pure white sand beaches, the open vehicle levels... maybe you're shaking your head that it cannot be done. I'm here to tell you that we've accomplished this and you will be able to experience the remastered, single-player campaign for Crysis on October 4th in North America and October 5th in Europe.
So how did we do it? As Egg Shen said, it wasn't easy! Without the power of the CryENGINE 3, we would never have attempted it, but with fully deferred lighting, a PS3-specific rendering pipeline and SPU-enhanced physics code, together with more efficient memory layouts and more intelligent algorithms, we brought the experience of Crysis to consoles without compromise.
With that said, we didn't just want to port the game straight onto console; we wanted to make sure we tailored the experience to suit it. We've brought the Crysis 2 Nanosuit...
119w ago - Q-Games Assistant Producer Ariel Angelotti has shared a new PixelJunk Sidescroller PSN trailer video and details today on the retro PlayStation Network title below.
To quote: I have an important update for you. What's orange, magenta, and glowing all over? Why, it's PixelJunk sidescroller, of course!
We've released a brand-spankin' new trailer for you. We hope it whets your appetite until you can get your PixelJunk-hungry hands on it.
We don't have an official release date for PixelJunk sidescroller yet, but rest assured we're hard at work making it oodles of fun all the while incorporating retro goodness, love, and a little bit of cheese(?) into it.
What treasures does this veritable pantheon of old-school gaming hold? We can't go into the details yet, but expect to get riddled in alien bullets, science fiction in-jokes, and if you're a tried and true PixelJunkie, you may even notice an Easter egg or two we've included just for you!
Need some deep space, missile-flinging fun to tide you over until PixelJunk sidescroller is released? Hop on the PlayStation Network and download the FREE PixelJunk Shooter 2 demo today!
119w ago - Sony European Product Manager Erica Doddato has shared a video trailer today for the PlayStation Move party game Start the Party's sequel dubbed Save the World!
To quote: Following on from the 2010 Move-exclusive smash-hit Start The Party! comes a heroic sequel that will turn every party into a race to save the world.
Packed with over 20 fun filled mini-games, Start The Party! Save the World! puts you, your friends and family into the heart of the action and on the screen.
The evil Dr Terrible has gone berserk and is trying to destroy the world - use your PlayStation Move to stop him!
See how with the trailer below:
Get your face in the game and interact with some wacky objects that will appear straight into your living room: save stranded divers, defuse bombs before they explode, splat shoals of mutant piranhas, do battle with dinosaurs and zap alien invaders out of the sky.
As you can see, they are pretty dangerous missions - but no need to worry: you can always ask your friends and family to help out.
Every mini-game can be enjoyed in two types of multi-player mode: pass the controller to get your friends into the action or use both a motion controller...
124w ago - Playbrains Studio Director Scott Simpson has unveiled the first Sideway: New York PSN video trailer today alongside some hands-on details from Comic-Con 2011.
To quote: Sideway is our upcoming action platformer based on the in-development cartoon series from the wonderfully twisted minds at Fuel Entertainment.
Oh, did the screenshots convey that we have hours of mindbending levels full of danger and challenge that will make the paint run from your veins?
Or that we support drop-in, drop-out couch co-op so you can play with your friends or that the bosses in the game are unlike any you've come across in your gaming life before?
Did the shots at least convey the basic conceit of the game: that you painted over the wrong dude's tag, and that you, in fact, are now a moving 2D painting in a 3D world?
Regardless, if you're interested in seeing what all of the above is really like, we're just putting the finishing touches on a demo for Comic-Con this week in San Diego. Oh yes, my friends, that's right--when you come by Sony Online Entertainment at the Con (Booth #4436), not only can you check out the awesomeness that is Sideway, but you can also...