84w ago - Plastic Studios Game Director Michal Staniszewski has made available a video today unveiling the PlayStation Move mystery game Datura, which hits PSN on May 8th 2012.
To quote: Hello, I'm Michal from Team Plastic and we are really happy to bring you Datura, which we can confirm today is coming to PSN on May 8th.
Datura is a spicy mixture between an old-school adventure and a modern interactive experience. The game has a couple of interpretation levels, so it's up to you to experience it on your own and share your thoughts afterward with others.
From a technical standpoint, Datura brings you a novel gaming mechanics based on the PlayStation Move motion controller. We created a virtual hand that you can operate and touch nearly everything in the game.
If you don't have a motion controller, you can still play with a DualShock 3 controller. For an even greater experience, Datura also fully supports stereoscopic 3D.
The game was designed to have a film like narrative and we encourage you to play through it in one session to really experience as one. We are excited about releasing it and will be happy to read your reactions afterwards.
138w ago - Telltale Games Community Manager Alan Johnson has posted up a video today of PSN's upcoming mystery title Puzzle Agent.
To quote: Telltale Games is bringing the popular and critically acclaimed Puzzle Agent to PlayStation Network on April 19th!
You play as Nelson Tethers, the ONLY agent in the US Department of Puzzle Research. Tethers is sent on a rare field assignment to Scoggins, Minnesota to investigate what happened to the factory that supplies the White House with all its erasers.
To get to the bottom of this twisted mystery, players will have to overcome plenty of warped brain-bending conundrums.
177w ago - SCEE's Home Community Lead Alex Weekes has revealed today that 'Mystery of the Wise Man' is arriving in the new Square on PlayStation Home this week.
To quote: While this week is quiet one for new content, it's an update full of mystery. One of the benefits of our new Home Square is that we can, from time to time, make changes to the content found within the space.
Over the coming weeks your Home Square will take on a new look as the current mini-games make way for a new series of features and mini-games.
Our first such change will happen this week, with Shooting Hoops making way for a visit from a wise old man. Those who approach the wise man may be gifted with a cryptic message in the form of a philosophical saying. Can you decipher the mystery of the wise man?
Drop into the stores this week to pick up some great gear from Lockwood. Included in this week's release are animated sneakers and hoodies (both male and female) and cropped tops with tattoos (female). The Mui Mui Ship could be worth a visit this week as well, with the latest update to the Loco Roco store including another wacky new hat.
We've been tracking strong demand on the official forums for an expansion to the variety of female clothing. To help us pinpoint specific content, we're updating...
179w ago - G5 Entertainment's Business Development Director Julia Palatovska has shared a video today showcasing The Mystery Of The Crystal Portal, which hits PSP on PSN today.
To quote: Do you like hidden object adventure games? If so, then we've got great news for you: G5 Entertainment has released the very first hidden object game in the minis category on PlayStation Store.
Welcome to The Mystery of the Crystal Portal - a fascinating adventure game that will challenge your attention and associative skills.
What makes The Mystery of the Crystal Portal special? Well, from the very beginning of the game you're involved in an adventure. You meet the journalist Nicole Rankwist whose archaeologist father disappeared during his study of the mysterious Crystal Portal, and together with Nicole, you start your search for Mr. Rankwist.
During your quest you visit various locations around the world, and in each location you are required to find hidden objects to unlock the next scene with more puzzling tasks.
The gameplay has an unusual twist which makes the difference - hidden objects in each scene are brought together in sets, and often objects of one set will be revealed only after you find all objects of another set in...