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Video: Time Crisis Razing Storm on PS3 with DeadStorm Pirates

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218w ago - Sony's Senior Social Media Specialist Sid Shuman had some time to speak with Localization Producer Ted Tsung today, and shared more about the new PlayStation Move shooter collection Time Crisis: Razing Storm.

To quote: It's scientific fact: Adding pirates to anything increases its fun factor exponentially.

It holds true for Time Crisis: Razing Storm, the new PlayStation Move arcade shooter collection that packs more play modes on one Blu-ray Disc than most games manage in three sequels - in this case, DeadStorm Pirates and Time Crisis 4.

We caught up with Localization Producer Ted Tsung to learn more about what Japanese gamers call "[Register or Login to view links]."





Let's start with the titular Razing Storm, which replicates Namco's trigger-happy shooter in its full arcade glory. Using the PlayStation Move, you and a partner tear terrorists to tatters with SMGs and riot shields and blast massive robot bosses with rocket launchers.

This PS3-exclusive edition adds a new off-the-rails Story campaign where you can freely move using an analog stick FPS-style, as well as throw grenades, swap weapons, and engage in mission objectives. You'll...
 

Video: Time Crisis: Razing Storm for PS3 and PlayStation Move

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235w ago - Today Sony's Senior Social Media Specialist Sid Shuman has shared a hand-on preview video of Time Crisis: Razing Storm for PS3 and PlayStation Move.

To quote: [Register or Login to view links]'s upcoming PlayStation Move shooter will include three full games on one Blu-ray disc.

The centerpiece, of course, being Time Crisis: Razing Storm, the newest and most sophisticated game in the Time Crisis shooter series.

Time Crisis: Razing Storm includes a fast-paced "on rails" Arcade mode that enables one player - or two, in same-screen co-op play - to blast hordes of terrorists, soldiers, and sci-fi battle mechs.

In the Arcade mode, it's all about unloading heavy firepower at anything and everything in your way: you aim by pointing the Move, shoot by pulling the trigger, and reload behind a protective riot shield by pressing and holding the Move button with your thumb.

The PlayStation Move controls felt precise and responsive. But if you're a poor marksman, or saddled with a novice co-op partner, fear not: the Arcade mode mercifully includes unlimited continues.





Time Crisis: Razing Storm's Arcade mode has you mowing down hordes of enemy combatants, and support two-player,...
 

Videos: XCM XFPS Storm Light Gun for PC Arrives Wednesday

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249w ago - Today the folks at [Register or Login to view links] sent some pictures and videos (below) along of their new XCM XFPS Storm Light Gun for PC that arrives this Wednesday.

The [Register or Login to view links] brings first person shooters to a whole new experience level.

With the XFPS Storm, you can snipe your foes with precision aiming using this unique light gun. No more keyboard, no more mouse and having to rest your wrist with point and click. Simply point and shoot.

The Storm will support CRT, LCD, Plasma, DLP as well as Projector. It supports every gun shooting game on PC. Storm can be upgraded via software and is compatible with Windows XP, Window vista and Windows 7 operating system. Now you can enjoy gun shooting games with your LCD, Plasma or any other display you have.

Check the videos below for how it works!









 

Video: Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Jirobo PS3 DLC in Action

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309w ago - The biggest of Orochimaru's Sound Four Jirobo is now available for download on PSN. Along with Jirobo comes a new Ultimate Mission to play and a Jirobo Figure in Collection.

Courtesy of silverslykid comes a Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Jirobo PS3 DLC video, with the caption reading as follows:

"Showing the jirobo dlc released today.. sorry about the late video.

And yes, he is a SUPPORT character so don't complain jeez lol."

Check it out below, enjoy!




 

BlackBerry Storm Buyer's Remorse? You're Not Alone!

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314w ago - The hype machine that Verizon turned on prior to this phone's release was incredibly successful considering the letdown that many felt when they went to Verizon stores expecting to pick up a new Blackberry Storm.

Initial previews were promising and the buzz being bandied about on the phone had many thinking that Verizon and RIM had teamed up to deliver a potential knockout blow to Apple and AT&T's runaway success iPhone.

Well, release day came and as reviewers got their hands on retail units, that buzz started to turn into a screech! Reports of slow and unresponsive touchscreen keyboard input and two firmware upgrades with the phone out for less than a month make for negative user feedback.

What are your thoughts?
 
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