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Sony Announces Start The Party! Save the World Hits PSN in March

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145w ago - Sony Assistant Producer Shaun Wharton has announced today that Start The Party! Save the World will officially be hitting PSN on March 6, 2012.

To quote: On March 6, we're bringing PlayStation Move's fun-filled Start The Party! franchise back for a brand new adventure with a heroic twist in Start The Party! Save the World.

Available exclusively for PlayStation 3, this PSN downloadable title uses PlayStation Move and the latest augmented reality technology to turn you and up to three of your friends and family members into super heroes for the ultimate party experience.

It's up to you to save the world by thwarting the unbearable Dr. Terrible and his evil schemes while competing in 20 madcap mini-games. Using the PlayStation Eye camera, you can snap a photo to put your face in the center of the action and then use your PlayStation Move motion controller to save stranded divers, defuse bombs before they explode, splat mutant piranhas, battle dangerous dinosaurs and zap abominable alien invaders!

It's easy to keep the party going - just pass your Move controller to your friends to let them join the fun or have them simultaneously jump into gameplay using a DualShock controller to either help or hinder the exciting on-screen action!

Check out Start The Party!...
 

Video: Start the Party - Save the World PlayStation 3 Trailer Out

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157w ago - Sony European Product Manager Erica Doddato has posted up the official Start the Party - Save the World PlayStation 3 trailer video today.

To quote: Start the Party! Save the World is hitting the shelf this week and it's packed with 20 fun-filled mini-games that will fire up your evenings with your friends and family.

Determined to take over the world by any means necessary, Dr. Terrible has a whole host of fiendish plans up his sleeve: dumping toxic waste in the water supply, attacking people with man-eating piranhas or unleashing a swarm of poisonous bugs on the world, nothing is beneath him.

Armed with a motion controller and PlayStation Eye camera, it's up to you and your friends to use whatever tools are at your disposal to foil Dr. Terrible's evil schemes!





Transform your PS Move into a mechanical grabbing arm, use it as a laser zapper to shoot down alien invaders or even jump into a deep-sea submarine to rescue divers stranded at the bottom of the ocean.

If you want to live the adventure right away, why don't you head over to the PlayStation Store? Here you can find a free demo with three mini-games to take a sneak peak at the great fun ahead.

Check out PlayStation.com...
 

Video: Corpse Party and the Psychology of Horror on PSP

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160w ago - XSEED Localization Specialist Tom Lipschultz has posted up a video today spotlighting Corpse Party and the Psychology of Horror on Sony's PSP handheld console.

To quote: We love to be scared. There's something so primal and universal about fear, and a good horror story can really bring out the best of it, making our hearts race and our minds veer toward the darkest recesses of the human psyche. And we just keep going back for more!

Yet by the same token, horror has become so passe that we barely even react when we encounter imagery of skeletons, zombies, witches, bats, vampires and ghouls. True primal fear is hard to come by in the modern world, and this applies to video games as well.

When you hear the term "horror game," what's the first thing that pops into your mind? Probably "zombies" since that seems to characterize much of the horror genre nowadays.

Most modern horror games assault you with wave after wave of zombies, and you can typically one-shot them back to their graves. They may look scary, but when's the last time you were actually frightened in a zombie shooter game?

Maybe you had an exciting time playing one, and jumped at a handful of startling moments, but the mere fact that you're able to defend yourself - that you have a means of fighting...
 

Video: Everybody Dance Launches, Party Play with Cheerleaders

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162w ago - Sony Associate Product Marketing Manager Sharon Kapitula has announced that Everybody Dance launches today, and shared a Party Play video with the 49ers Gold Rush cheerleaders below!

To quote: Everybody Dance, the ultimate party game for PlayStation 3, launches today! Now, with the power of PlayStation Move, you'll be able to dance alongside authentic music videos for 40 of your favorite hit tracks.

To celebrate the game's release, we're happy to unveil the latest addition to our Dancer Diaries video series - Party Play with the San Francisco 49ers Gold Rush cheerleaders!

A few weekends ago, we invited the squad over to PlayStation HQ for an Everybody Dance party. Check out the video for a glimpse of the 49ers Gold Rush showing off their best dance moves while playing Everybody Dance!





Spirits were high as the ladies played through several rounds of Everybody Dance's Party Play mode, which allows up to 20 people to compete in head to head dance-offs.

To get the party started, each dancer simply sets up their profile by taking a photo with the PlayStation Eye camera and then the game automatically matches players up and tracks their wins.

After each song, players can scroll...
 

Video: XSEED Introduces Corpse Party for PlayStation Portable

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164w ago - Today XSEED Localization Specialist Tom Lipschultz has shared a video introducing Corpse Party for PlayStation Portable fans below.

To quote: So you've taken an interest in Corpse Party, have you? Perhaps you were intrigued by the launch trailer, or laughed at the name when you saw it mentioned on your favorite gaming news site (or hilarious webcomic?).

Perhaps you're a fan of survival horror games, or visual novels, or point-and-click adventures... or perhaps you simply enjoy Japanese horror movies like The Ring and The Grudge, and are always looking for your next fix.

Regardless of why you've taken an interest or how you got to this blog, there's one thing that most likely holds true: You have very little idea what Corpse Party actually is.

Our launch trailer focused on the most important aspects of the game - those being its unsettling atmosphere and its dark-as-night storyline - but did very little to indicate exactly how it's played. So, let's dig a little deeper and find out exactly what horrors await, shall we?





In the broadest terms, Corpse Party is a horror adventure game. You play as an ensemble cast of seven senior high school students, one junior high school student and one senior high school English...
 
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