Note: It is believed that once you download the PSN PKG file you can see it in the XMB and still (as always) have to install it.
The video does not show that, most likely because the installation would fail generating an error as it has since around the 2.4 PS3 Firmware Update. This is likely why the bubble is still around it when it's shown in the PS3 XMB.
However, the video does show the downloading of a file via PS Proxy. Feel free to comment below if anyone experiments with this further!
251w ago - Redwood Falls was a zombie shooter first announced way back in 2006, exclusive to Sony's PS3 console.
Late last year, the title was put on indefinite hold by developer Kuju Entertainment, citing a lack of funds to continue the project.
Redwood Falls separated itself with it's gruesome damage system, allowing players to shoot or cut off pieces of flesh to get to the zombies vital organs.
The video shown was from early in development, when the title was still set to be multiplatform. It sets the mood of the game, going from a creepy forest to a desolate pier.
Things heat up, showing some of the game's combat mechanics against some sort of massive creature. Redwood Falls definitely seems to have been influenced by John Carpenter's The Thing, both in terms of the isolated atmosphere and the appearance of the creatures.
In any case, Redwood Falls looks really impressive, and it makes you wonder how games like this get canned while games like Shell Shock 2 make it all the way to the market.
251w ago - Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein shared a video today via PS Blog of the Street Fighter IV launch for Sony's PlayStation 3 console. To quote:
To celebrate the 2nd (or 3rd, or 4th) coming of the Street Fighter legacy, Capcom threw a giant launch party a few days ago in downtown Los Angeles. Many of you attended, some were rebuffed by the LA fire marshal, but all that made it in had a great time.
When I first arrived, Capcom Community Guy and Street Fighter Legend Seth Killian offered up a tour. I rolled video so you could see what went down inside:
252w ago - Today a Gran Turismo - Tanner Foust: Drifting 101 video is available on YouTube.
The video's caption reads as follows:
Join Tanner Foust, two-time Formula Drift champion, as he walks you through the ins and outs of drifting and how to translate real-world driving techniques into techniques you can use in Gran Turismo¬® 5 Prologue.
Check out the video below, courtesy of YouTube user PlayStation: