200w ago - Roughly three months ago Braid was released on PS3 via PSN, however, recently I contacted creator Jonathan Blow and asked him about a possible port of the game to PlayStation 3 Linux.
To quote: I've asked Jonathan whether or not a Linux port of the game was in the works, since I've seen him hint at that in old posts on his blog (January 2007 and August 2008). I'm glad to say that he reported that a Linux port of the game was indeed being developed. To quote:
"[..] one is in progress but hasn't quite been completed, but may eventually be released."
He also said that the porting is about 95% complete, but I don't know how much time it will take for the remaining 5% to be completed, so maybe it will soon be available, maybe not, but this is great hope for the Linux community!
I also spoke with him a little about Open Source, and I was pleasantly surprised to see him not completely reject the idea of open sourcing his game, but he said "it is not likely at this time", so although it is not likely to happen, it is maybe another...
To start you off on the right direction against Cardborg, Nat Marco Lead Designer at HoneySlug has created some handy hints and tip for Kahoots.
"For anyone wanting extra Kahoots love to keep them warm and toasty this winter, here are some handy hints and tips drawn with my trusty felt tips!
I had a lot of these tactics in mind when I designed some of the puzzles, so hopefully this will make completing them easier! Some of the hints are even useful for everyday life, I mean...who doesn't like cake?"
Thanks Nat! Want to know more about how Kahoots was developed and designed? Then take a look at the video below when PlayStation went to visit HoneySlug in their London Studio.
207w ago - Update: According to NegativeGamer.com, A4T's licence manager Angela Jones stated it was a "mistake on our part" so for the time being it appears the PSP-4000 will remain only as speculation.
Today TheLostGamer.com (linked above) reports that a LittleBigPlanet PSP case ad by Accessories4Gamers Ltd. from MCV UK's digital magazine (Page 17) hints at a Sony PSP-4000 console on the way.
This news appears to further confirm previous PSP 4000 rumors of it's existance.
To quote: "Whilst we've only really seen a whole range of Sackboy figurines on retailers such as Play.com, we've picked up an advertisement displaying an upcoming LittleBigPlanet branded PSP Case and includes a set of stickers for you to customise it.
The advert, from Accessories4Gamers Ltd., details that it is suitable for 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000 and PSP Go models too... wait... 4000?! Uh oh, seems like someone has maybe confirmed recent rumours too soon!"