115w ago - Eidos Montreal Community Manager Kyle Stallock has announced that Deus Ex: Human Revolution hits PS3 this August alongside details on their PAX plans.
To quote: Deus Ex: Human Revolution releases August 23rd in the U.S. No one is more excited to have this information out in the wild than all of us at Eidos Montreal.
Okay, so maybe that's an exaggeration. Judging by all the emails, various article comments, forum posts, Twitter responses, and Facebook comments, this is something you've wanted for a long, long time. But imagine spending four years on an absolute labor of love, and finally being able to tell people WHEN they can experience the fruit of your labors!
We're always watching the aforementioned avenues of communication, and ya know what? We like to join the conversation ourselves. So until August 23rd rolls around, we welcome you to follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, and partake in all the lovely discussions on our very active message board.
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In it you'll find more footage on combat, augmentations, in-game menus, and upgrade trees than we've ever publicly shown. If you pay attention, you might even sneak a peek at our hacking mini-game and a weapon modification that toys with the term "hand cannon."
And to those of you who think you've seen everything after watching the leaked footage (yeah, we know it exists...), to quote legendary Canadian rock group Bachman Turner Overdrive, "you ain't seen nothin' yet."
In other news, I'm pleased to announce that I and other members of the studio are presently readying content to distribute specifically to this great blog.
After spending four challenging but passionate years developing a sequel to one of the most revered videogames of all-time, everyone involved can't wait to talk. We're very, very excited, and we hope you are too. See you all soon!
172w ago - Today Isidro Gilabert of Virtual Toys has announced that Spaceball: Revolution has arrived on PSN for PS3 / PSP Minis.
To quote: We are proud to present our second PSP minis game, "Spaceball: Revolution", available on February 4th in Europe and one week later in America.
What's "Spaceball: Revolution"? It's an arcade-puzzle-retro game that will put your intelligence and skill to the test as you solve puzzles in a futuristic environment.
You simply have to copy the figures that appear on-screen by firing energy balls at cells in a grid that make them change colour.
The rules are that simple! So you will decide how to play our game. You can aim using the analog stick for pixel-perfect ball shooting. Or you can use the directional buttons to choose the right square to blast.
Tip - you can build the patterns square by square...Or you can make combos to save time and win points!
Throughout the fifteen levels of the game, new obstacles appear including cubes, hoops, laser rays, asteroids, cylinders, pendulums and balls! Each obstacle has unique properties, like being static, mobile, invisible, destroyable and indestructible.
Are you up to the challenge? Only the very best players manage to reach the end!
213w ago - Today Konami announced Karaoke Revolution for the Nintendo Wii, Sony PS3 and Microsoft XBox 360 game consoles.
Press Release: KONAMI ANNOUNCES KARAOKE REVOLUTION¬® FOR THE Wii™, PLAYSTATION¬®3 AND XBOX 360¬®
Only Karaoke Game to be Released on All Next Gen Platforms Features All-New Songs, Expanded Multiplayer and Party Modes and a Brand New Career Mode
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc., today announced Karaoke Revolution¬® for Wii™, Xbox 360¬® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PLAYSTATION¬®3 computer entertainment system. The newest title in the groundbreaking music series distinguishes itself in the market as it is the only karaoke game that will be available on all next gen platforms.
Additionally, the game will let karaoke fans sing and compete against friends with expanded multiplayer modes, 50 all-new hit songs from master recordings, as well as 16 original customizable venues and newly enhanced customizable characters including facial and body morphing.
Transforming video game consoles into a high-end interactive karaoke machine, Karaoke Revolution's expanded multiplayer modes allows players to throw karaoke parties with their friends where they can perform as teams or choose to play in the single player career mode.