85w ago - Today Naughty Dog Community Strategist Arne Meyer has announced that the Uncharted Multiplayer PS3 experience is just hours away now for fans along with sharing some video footage below!
To quote: We're just about a month away from the launch of UNCHARTED 3: Drake's Deception and I'm sure everyone's craving a Taste for Adventure.
Yes, I just said that. We've been working with our friends at SUBWAY to help satisfy these cravings with a promotion that's never been done anywhere else, ever!
Beginning this Saturday, if you go into a local SUBWAY Restaurant and purchase one of the specially marked UNCHARTED 30 oz drinks, you will receive a code that will provide you with access to the full competitive multiplayer experience throughout the month of October.
Don't believe me? Check out the official word from our favorite adventurer, Nathan Drake.
137w ago - Today Chandra Nair has introduced Ferrari The Race Experience via Sony's PlayStation Blog, and confirmed that the racing simulation video game will be hitting PSN tomorrow.
To quote: Beginning with Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli back in 2008 System 3 wanted to allow players to experience the raw power of the F430 Challenge and the massive challenge that comes with harnessing that power and keeping it together under pressure.
We won't lie; learning how to drive a proper racing machine is no simple task, but once you've mastered it you'll never be able to go back to 'arcade' mode ever again.
Ferrari The Race Experience takes that racing mantra and expands it in every way. The first thing we did with Ferrari The Race Experience was to create a fictional Career mode that allowed you to participate with whichever Ferrari you have in your Showroom. Now you have three racing series covering 'Classics' cars, 'Road' cars and 'GT' cars.
Each type of car brings with it completely different challenges. Classics cars are extremely raw. Steering is tough, braking is early and acceleration is sluggish but everyone is under the same conditions. You are what you are and...
141w ago - Sony's Product Publicity Director Jennifer Clark has revealed today that starting Monday PS3 gamers can experience PlayStation Move before launch, win a Move Party and software bundles, as follows:
Starting Monday, you can be the first to try PlayStation Move before it arrives on store shelves.
Throughout the next nine weeks, fans will be able to experience PlayStation Move in dedicated "PlayStation HQ" locations and PlayStation Move Mall Tour locations in San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Houston, Washington DC, and Chicago.
Games on hand will include:
• Brunswick Pro Bowling • EA Sports Active 2 • EyePet
• Get Fit with Mel B
• Heroes on the Move
• Kung Fu Rider
• LittleBigPlanet 2
• Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest
• NBA 2K11
• Racquet Sports • Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition
• SingStar Dance
• Sports Champions
• Start the Party!
• The Fight: Lights Out
• The Shoot
• Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11
• Time Crisis: Razing Storm
160w ago - Today Sony Computer Entertainment America Senior Researcher Richard Marks has introduced PlayStation Move: The Mind-Body Experience which will be included in the Games for Health Conference next month.
To quote: I just wanted to give you guys a quick heads-up that I'll be giving a keynote presentation at the sixth annual Games for Health Conference in Boston next month.
For those of you who aren't familiar with the Games for Health Conference, it is an event that's held in partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Pioneer Portfolio, which focuses on funding ideas that may lead to significant breakthroughs in the future of health and health care.
The conference creates opportunities to develop innovative solutions that empower individuals to better manage their personal health. I'm honored and excited to take part in the event so I thought I'd give you a sneak peek at some of the things I plan to talk about.
The title of my talk is "The Mind-Body Experience of PlayStation Move - Relationships between Gaming, Play, Exercise, and More." I plan to discuss the development of PlayStation Move, with a focus on what I call "somatic gratification" (I didn't coin the term,...