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Big Savings on GTA, Max Payne and Rockstar Series Starts Today

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28w ago - Sony's Jawad Ashraf of the PlayStation Store Team has announced that big savings on GTA, Max Payne and other Rockstar series starts today!

To quote: The Warriors, Manhunt and Midnight Club all discounted this week!

Add to your backlog and fill those gaps in your digital library as a host of Rockstar titles will be on offer at low prices this week. There's a lot to pick from, such as timeless PS2 classic Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas or more recent titles including shooter Max Payne 3.

Offers run 19th March until 26th March 2014

PS3

GTA IV: The Complete Edition
Was £24.99/34.99/AU$44.95, now £7.99/9.99/AU$14.45
Not available in Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE

Grand Theft Auto IV
Was £19.99/24.99/AU$29.95, now £5.49/6.99/AU$10.35
Not available in Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE

Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony
Was £11.99/14.99/AU$21.95, now £3.99/4.99/AU$7.35
Not available in Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE

Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned
Was £7.99/9.99/AU$14.45, now £3.99/4.99/AU$7.35
Not available in Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE

GTA Episodes from Liberty City
Was £15.99/19.99/AU$24.95, now £4.79/5.99/AU$8.85
Not...
 

Realta Entertainment: BandFuse: Rock Legends Out Today on PS3

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45w ago - Realta Entertainment Game Director Jon Heiner announced that BandFuse: Rock Legends is out today on PS3.

To quote: BandFuse: Rock Legends takes everything that was great with plastic guitar games - addictive gameplay, the music you love, instant playability - and makes it work for real instruments on your PS3.

If you ever wanted to sing, play bass, or guitar, and wished all those hours of pressing red, red, green could translate into real music, look no further.

We're going to take an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the craft involved in-level design, challenge ramping, and song transcription. If you're already familiar with BandFuse, feel free to skip down to the exclusive bits. But first let's talk about a few of the core features behind BandFuse: Rock Legends.

The Legends

One of the many things that sets BandFuse: Rock Legends apart is the host of artists supporting and participating in the game. Slash, Bootsy Collins, and Zakk Wylde (among others) have lent their amazing skill and experience in the form of songs, interviews, instruction and more.

These artists are behind BandFuse: Rock Legends because it is the most authentic rock and roll experience you can have on consoles. Within the game, they entertain, guide, and instruct you...
 

Mighty Rocket Studio Announces Final Exam is Out Today for PS3

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47w ago - CEO Francois Potentier at Mighty Rocket Studio announced that Final Exam is out today for PS3.

To quote: Hi everybody, this is Francois from Mighty Rocket Studio. This is our big day, because Final Exam launches on PlayStation Store. It's available for $9.99.
Final Exam on PS3

Do you like action games or beat 'em ups? If so, I encourage you to try the demo. In Final Exam, you can maim monsters with baseball bats, shotguns, flamethrowers, and many more.

There's a solo mode, a co-op mode for two players on the same screen, and a multiplayer mode, with up to four players online. You'll have plenty of fun in solo mode, and even more fun when playing in multiplayer mode.

Choose your favorite character: Brutal Joe (the quarterback), Cassy (the street dancer), Nathan (The geek, my favorite!) and Sean (the handsome bad boy). Learn to take advantage of each one's unique characteristics, make them evolve, and discover their most powerful attacks through eight monster-packed missions. We can promise many hours of fun.

There's also a time attack mode that you'll have to unlock. One particular guy on the team that really, really likes getting high scores inspired us. In this mode, you have seven minutes to get the highest possible score. So you'd better unlock all...
 

Video: Rocksmith 2014 Edition Out Today on PS3, Launch Trailer

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49w ago - Ubisoft Senior Community Developer Mike Madavi shared a launch trailer video announcing that Rocksmith 2014 Edition is out today on PS3.

To quote: After months of anticipation, the wait is over: the all-new Rocksmith 2014 Edition is out today.

Since its announcement at E3 this past June, we've been inundated with questions and enthusiasm from gamers and guitarists alike about the new game. While the first Rocksmith was successful in helping more than a million people either learn guitar from scratch or refine their existing techniques, Rocksmith 2014 Edition is an entirely different beast.

We've completely rebuilt the product from the ground up, improving all existing features and introducing amazing new ones. Check out our "How It Works" trailer above for the basics.





From 50+ new songs on disk, to the ground-breaking Session Mode, Rocksmith 2014 Edition is the total package for learning or practicing guitar.

We're so excited to see it hit shelves, and everyone who worked on it is truly proud of what we've accomplished. Without a doubt, we can confidently say that Rocksmith 2014 Edition is THE fastest way to learn guitar or bass!
 

Video: Rocksmith 2014 Edition: An All-New, Inclusive Experience

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49w ago - Ubisoft Senior Community Developer Mike Madavi shared a video introducing an all-new, inclusive video gaming experience dubbed Rocksmith 2014 Edition.

To quote: Rocksmith 2014 Edition is finally out today! Since we announced it at this year's E3 Conference in June, we've seen an outpouring of excitement, questions, and speculation from old fans, as well as those just hearing about Rocksmith for the first time.

Everyone wants to know what's been updated, fixed, and improved upon - all valid questions with a simple answer: Rocksmith 2014 Edition is a full-fledged sequel that has been built from the frame up to be the best, most fun, and fastest way to learn guitar or bass!

Even though the game was announced in June, our Development team at Studio SF in Ubisoft's San Francisco office has been hard at work on Rocksmith 2014 Edition for two years. The process was long, but ultimately worth it as the team took a hard look at the original Rocksmith and decidedly improved on every existing feature while dreaming up innovative new ones. In the words of Paul Cross, our Creative Director, "We set out immediately to do something different."

The entire format has been reduced to the core functionalities and experiences users want out of playing guitar - a simple menu with clear options,...
 
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