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Biart Studio Announces Deep Black Plunges to PlayStation 3 Today

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101w ago - Biart Studio CEO Konstantin Popov has announced that Deep Black officially plunges to the PlayStation 3 entertainment system today!

To quote: We are pleased to announce that Deep Black for PS3 is live now on PSN with single-player missions and five multiplayer maps.

So what is the game about? It is an arcade-style game that's a perfect fit for shooter fans. You'll fight both underwater and on land within an immersive storyline that encompasses a complex science-fiction mystery, espionage, and bioterrorism.

The year is 2047. Global mega corporations known as "keiretsu" have supplanted governments around the world. The most powerful of these is Ishiguro-Himmel Systems (IHS), headquartered in Berlin. The nations that remain have been driven to the brink of war by a struggle for dwindling natural resources.

In order to survive, these countries have banded together into two multinational organizations that pool their wealth and military might in a quest for survival - The United Federation of Gondwana, which comprises South America, Africa, southern Asia, and Australia and the Global Strategic Alliance (GSA), which includes North America, Europe, and northern Asia.

For years, Gondwana and the GSA have been the dominant powers, thwarting the growth of companies...
 

Video: XSeed Announces Way of The Samurai 4 Out on PSN Today

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101w ago - XSeed Senior Editor Jessica Chavez has announced today that Way of The Samurai 4 is out on PSN beginning today with a new video trailer below.

To quote: Last time , my colleague Tom introduced you guys to our upcoming release (out today!), Way of the Samurai 4.

He expounded on the back story, the sandbox nature of its gameplay, and a bit of the silliness you will encounter if you take up arms in Amihama.

He tried to warn you. I'm just going to tell you. This game is crazy. Like, if you punch people, eggs fall out crazy.

Way of the Samurai 4 drops players into a period drama populated by Edo-era Japanese citizens, trade-hungry foreigners and hundreds of crates flaunting their breakability. As a masterless samurai, you're free to aid whichever faction vying for dominance in Amihama that you like.

You can choose to support the local government (the Shogunate forces), the isolationists movement (the Prajna), or the diminutive, sweets-obsessed diplomatic envoy from the British. Or you can do what I did and just run around killing everybody.

Whether or not you play by the rules is up to you. With ten endings and a ton of branching story potentials, I highly recommend just trying everything. Everything.



 

Video: KickBeat Hands-On for PlayStation Vita: It's All in the Mind

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101w ago - Social Media Manager Sid Shuman is here with a fresh hands-on video showcasing KickBeat for PlayStation Vita below today.

To quote: At first blush, you could be forgiven for thinking that KickBeat is a new riff on Beats, that seminal PSP downloadable gem that transformed your MP3 collection into an engaging button-tapping rhythm challenge.

Much like Beats, KickBeat awards you points for accurately tapping combinations of the four face buttons (or four quadrants on the front touchscreen) in time to the music and subtle visual cues.

But KickBeat is a far more ambitious game, both mechanically and aesthetically. Abandoning the abstract icons that clutter the interfaces of many music games, KickBeat reimagines the rhythm game as a chop-socky fighting scene with an agile protagonist battling hordes of incoming goons in a circular arena.

Each successive hit you land yields a bigger bonus multiplayer and more points, while missing an incoming attack diminishes your life meter. The game ramps up slowly but surely.

Smacking down the most basic yellow enemy type is easy enough, but the action quickly accelerates as new enemies types are introduced - red enemies attack from two places at once, while blue aggressors come in with a tricky one-two combo.

Before...
 

Sony PlayStation Store Summer Sale - Fourth And Final Week!

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101w ago - Today Andy Stewart of the PlayStation Store Team has posted up the fourth and final weekly set of deals on Sony's PSN Summer sale below.

To quote: Well we are into our final content refresh week for the Summer Sale which will update tomorrow (22/8/2012.) We don't have as much content being added in as we did last week but there are more games in there that you, the PSN community, have requested.

I would like to say a big THANK YOU for all your suggestions for games and DLC to go on sale.

Now, we couldn't get all the deals requested but I am in discussions to get some of them for future sales. Also, due to so much DLC being requested, we are planning to do a DLC promotion in the future.

I have also added at the end of this blog post the deals which finish on the 22nd August, so get them before they are gone!

And don't forget! We still have our 7 Deals of Summer promotion running with four-day deals on some great games. Here's what we've had so far:

Deal 1 - FIFA 12*
Deal 2 - Ghost Recon Future Soldier*
Deal 3 - Dirt Showdown*
Deal 4 - Battlefield 3*
Deal 5 - Prototype 2*
Deal 6 - Spec Ops: The Line (on sale today!)
Deal 7 - 25th August to 28th August

*These deals have been and...
 

Video: New NIS RPG Legasista is Coming to PSN Tomorrow

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102w ago - NIS America Marketing Coordinator Ryan Phillips confirmed today alongside a fresh video trailer that the new NIS RPG Legasista is coming to PSN tomorrow.

To quote: I hope everyone has been having a great summer! Ryan from [Register or Login to view links] here, dropping by to talk about Legasista's release tomorrow exclusively on PlayStation Network!

For those unfamiliar with Legasista, it's an action/survival RPG developed by Nippon Ichi Software, Inc. and System Prisma (ClaDun and ClaDun x2). We wanted to talk a bit more in-depth about some of the game characters, features, and more - so here we go!

First off, I'm sure a lot of you are wondering about the origins of the name Legasista. Well, the name is derived from combining the words legacy and sister.

You see, the main character, Alto, is looking for a way to save his sister, who was turned into a crystal by a curse. He discovers that the artifact that can do it lies in a ruin called the Ivy Tower.

While searching the tower, he meets Melize (an ancient weapon), Leina and Shout (a witch and another ancient weapon that was rebuilt from junk parts), Mimily (a dragon-human hybrid), and Volks (a justice-loving thief).




 
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