136w ago - Similar to existing PlayStation 3 Cover Managers including Flex Manager, today developer HellT from French site Logic-Sunrise.com (linked above) has made available his PS3 Backup Manager with covers named LS Cover Manager.
136w ago - PlayStation Network Executive Producer Kevin Furuichi has shared a preview video of the Qore Episode 30 update featuring Ultimate Arqade today.
To quote: We just wanted to let you guys know that the Qore Ultimate Arqade will be available tomorrow via the October - Episode 29.
Qore annual subscribers just need to check out the Episode 29 Download Center tomorrow to grab this collection of all of your favorite quirky Qore mini games that you'll be able to play right from the XMB of your PS3 system.
Meanwhile, the Qore team is pulling together what promises to be a packed November episode. The main stories currently planned include Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Tron: Evolution and God of War: Ghost of Sparta.
For those curious, Rogero PS3 Open Backup Manager v6.2 removes the Hermes Patch code to comply with his v3 Payload.
To quote, roughly translated: Rogero offers a new version of its manager in V6.1 qui is based on the Open Manager, like any other kind of applications you can copy your originals on your storage media inside and outside, start your backup.
This game managers display a wallpaper of your games when you pass it. It will be noted on the patch manager Hermes are disabled by default and they only become active when using payload supporting Peek / Poke commands (PSGroove v1.1, v1.0 Hermes ...) in order to avoid compatibility problems with the first payload. You can also enable / disable "live load" with L3.
You can find both versions in the archive, a backup, replacing the default manager (with ID LAUN12345) and another using the ID LAUN12350.
136w ago - SCEE Blog Manager James Gallagher has announced today that Costume Quest arrives next week on PlayStation Network and shared some fresh video footage of it in action along with an interview.
To quote: Sure, there have been plenty of scary games released in time for Halloween (I remember writing this feature about them back when I worked on eu.playstation.com) but I can't remember too many games about Halloween.
Tim Schafer's Double Fine Productions is plugging that void with Costume Quest, the developer's first Playstation Network title.
I recently caught up with Tim and lead artist Tasha Harris, as you can see by clicking play in the magic box below.
In Costume Quest, you control one of two siblings on Halloween night. Just before you set off trick or treating your brother or sister (depending on who you choose to play as) is kidnapped and you set off into the neighborhood to rescue them and escape a severe grounding.
On the surface, it's an action adventure with heaps of side missions for those who explore, but it also plays with other genres in surprising ways. As you can imagine, costumes are a key part of the game and collecting new ones gives you new powers, not...