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PSN in Japan Sale: Tales of Graces f, Resident Evil, Ragnarok & More

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59w ago - Sony PS Store and Plus Content Manager Chris Howe announced today news of a big PSN in Japan sale which includes Tales of Graces f, Resident Evil, Ragnarok and more!

To quote: Hi everyone! With gamescom finished for another year we turn our attention to Tokyo Games Show later this month and what better way to celebrate all that is good about Japanese game development than with a few deals!

Duly, we're very happy to present our Big in Japan Sale delivering some huge savings on titles such as Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, Tales of Graces f, Resident Evil Revelations, Ragnarok Odyssey, and many, many more!

These deals will go live as soon as the store has updated later today, Wednesday 4th September. Enjoy!

PS3 games

Agarest: Generations of War Zero (Not available in Australia, Finland, NZ, Norway)
Was €24.99/£19.99, now €9.99/£7.99
Additional 10% off for PS Plus members

Agarest: Generations of War 2 (Not available in NZ)
Was €34.99/£28.49/AU$51.95, now €14.99/ £11.99/AU$21.95
Additional 10% off for PS Plus members

Castlevania: Harmony of Despair (Not available in Bulgaria, Hungary, NZ, Qatar)
Was €14.99/£11.99/AU$21.95, now €7.49/£5.99/AU$11.05
Additional 10% off for PS Plus...
 

Video: Driveclub at Gamescom 2013: The Social Network of Racers

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61w ago - Sony Social Media Specialist Justin Massongill posted up a video today from Gamescom 2013 showcasing Driveclub, dubbed the social network of racers below.

To quote: Guten tag from Gamescom! I hope you got a chance to see yesterday's press conference, where we saw a glut of new games announced (and finally found out when we can get our own PS4s!).

Sid and I are in Germany, tracking down new info for the latest games. Yesterday, I sat in on a presentation by Col Rodgers, the game director on PS4's upcoming launch exclusive, Driveclub.

He went into detail about Driveclub's social features, the PS Plus Edition of the game, and showed us how Remote Play on PS Vita works.

Rodgers described Driveclub as the "social network for racing games," and this is exemplified by the game's Challenge system. If you feel especially confident about a run on a certain track, with a certain car, even at a certain time of day, you can issue a challenge to your club, sending a notification to their PS4s or to their mobile phones (courtesy of the Driveclub Mobile app).

As they play and try to beat your challenge, they'll rack up points for the club.

Things get interesting when you elect to challenge your other friends, who might not be part of your club. If...
 

Sony Announces Ridge Racer Driftopia PS3 Beta Starting Soon

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62w ago - Sony PlayStation Betas Coordinator Alex Burrow announced today that the Ridge Racer Driftopia PS3 Beta is starting soon!

Below are the details to quote: Sign up here to have a chance to be one of the first players to get a glimpse of the drifting experience offered by Ridge Racer Driftopia and contribute to the game's optimisation by providing valuable feedback.

Ridge Racer Driftopia is the first ever free-to-play game based on the legendary franchise, and puts the series' signature drifting and arcade handling right at the heart of the experience with upgraded visuals that make every dust mote and gleaming fender shimmer with life.

In the game you will be challenged to shave seconds off each other's times as they tear up the streets and punch holes in solid concrete to reveal vital shortcuts. Beat other players' times to climb the global rankings, level up cars and earn booster cards to get that racing edge over the competition.

To get involved, please register your interest [Register or Login to view links].

This beta is available for selected participants from the following countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, India, Ireland, Israel,...
 

Video: Driveclub: Access Goes Hands-on with the PS4 Racer

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67w ago - PlayStation Access TV Deputy Editor Rob Pearson went hands-on today with PS4 racer Driveclub for the PlayStation 4 console with video footage below.

To quote: Life is brilliant at the moment, isn't it? Andy Murray's won Wimbledon, the weather is cracking, and it's PS4 Week over on [Register or Login to view links].

We've got loads of awesome [Register or Login to view links] content, including hands-on with the DualShock 4, a first look at the stunning PS4 discovery app, Playroom, and a meaty play-through of Killzone: Shadow Fall.

Today however, it's all about #DRIVECLUB - the incredible PS4 launch title from [Register or Login to view links] that pits you against your mates by seamlessly integrating single player and online multiplayer.

We've got an interview with #DRIVECLUB Community Manager Jamie Brayshaw, plus loads of brand new gameplay footage taken from last week's PlayStation 4 Showcase in London.





Enjoy the video, and don't forget to check back all this week on PlayStation Access, where we'll have loads more PS4 content waiting for you.
 

Codemasters on Taking the Race Online with GRID 2's Multiplayer

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80w ago - Codemasters Ben Walke shared details today on taking the race online with GRID 2's multiplayer.

To quote: We've talked previously about World Series Racing and the single player experience of GRID 2 - now it's time to talk multiplayer.

Multiplayer in GRID 2 is big. Bigger than anything we've done before. More depth, more choice, more progression... but before we get to the BIG details, we'll just chuck in a little reminder that you can play in two-player split-screen across our game modes. It's old school, and we love it.

GRID 2 utilizes a multiplayer system that is completely separate to the single player portion of the game. We want to bring the best of online gaming to the racing genre and a dedicated, distinct game is the only way we could achieve what we wanted.

As you progress you'll be able to earn XP and cash, which will allow you to purchase cars and upgrades, and you'll constantly have new challenges and rivals.

You'll also be able to showcase your individuality by customising and modifying your cars. With over six billion possible combinations to choose from, you'll certainly stand out on the grid.

The Clean vs. The Dirty

Naturally these two types of racers don't get on very well, it's the Cats vs. Dogs of the racing...
 
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