130w ago - Naughty Dog Community Strategist Arne Meyer has unveiled a new Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception PS3 E3 2011 preview video tonight!
To quote: All of Naughty Dog has been looking forward to tonight ever since we announced Uncharted 3 with Entertainment Weekly and showed it for the first time at the SPIKE VGA show back in December.
And just a few minutes ago, if you were watching the SCEA Press Conference on any of the live streams, you go to see what we've been working so hard to be able to show you!
At the SCEA Press Conference, our Co-Presidents, Evan and Christophe, took the stage and with just a short intro, launched into the first live demo of Uncharted 3 ever shown publicly.
The brief Cruise Ship sequence shows just a small slice of one of the most challenging scenarios we've concocted for any of the Uncharted games - as a massive, moving environment of the Cruise Ship gets turned on its side mid-battle, Drake has to scramble for his life. This sequence showcases the next level of our physics and water technology - and you'll see video of this sequence later this week.
162w ago - Executive Producer Kevin Furuichi of the PlayStation Network has posted a preview show of The Tester Season 2 hosted by Hal Sparks today along with PS3 sweepstakes details.
To quote: To get you ready for the Season Premiere next week on Tuesday, November 2, we're releasing a special 'Preview Show' today that features more about the cast, a glimpse at what you'll see this season and, most importantly, casting submission outtakes from folks that didn't come close to making the cut.
Our good friend and Season 1 panelist, Hal Sparks hosts this preview.
While Hal was unavailable for Season 2 because of his touring schedule, he was able to check out the hopefuls, provide his hilarious perspective, and introduce his replacement, Adrianne Curry... all in this short preview episode.
During the season, you'll see cast members win challenges and also valuable PlayStation and Sony prizes like a PlayStation Move bundle or a Sony HD HandyCam.
You, the audience and fans of "The Tester," will...
170w ago - FirstPlay Associate Editor Nathan Ditum has posted up a preview today of FirstPlay Episode 22 for Sony's PlayStation 3 entertainment system.
To quote: Having briefly considered mounting a campaign to abolish Mondays and have three-day weekends forever, I'm back in work after the bank holiday to tell you about the next episode of FirstPlay.
Episode 22 is up on the Store from Wednesday, and this week features an all-new hands-on with LittleBigPlanet 2, the second part of our big PlayStation Move playtest, and a preview of Ubisoft's under-the-radar strategy contender, RUSE. Oh, and a chat with Sony Computer Entertainment Europe president Andrew House.
On top of that we've got an online review of our surprise summer favourite, Singularity, a round-up of PS one classics, and a look at the best fighting games available from PlayStation Store. And to round everything off we've got screenshot galleries of FIFA 11, Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, new Bond title 007 Blood Stone and the twisted fairytale, Alice: The Madness Returns.
All of which gives you over half an hour's worth of HD games coverage and info for just 99p, or as low as 75p if you take out a 90-day subscription for £8.99. See the Future of PS3. First.
172w ago - Sony Associate Editor Nathan Ditum has unveiled a preview of FirstPlay Episode 21 today for PlayStation 3, which arrives on PSN this Wednesday.
To quote: Coming up in episode 21 of FirstPlay this Wednesday we have a review of scuzzy crime sequel Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days, as well as a Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow hands-on with all-new footage, and a preview of the PlayStation Move's launch line-up.
On top of that we've got a review of super-addictive PSN car-scrapper TNT Racers, a look at Modern Warfare 2 and Battlefield: Bad Company's recent DLC, a round-up of the latest PSP comics releases and a look back at what made the original Dead Space so scary.
Oh, and we've also got our regular selection of screenshots, this week including Guitar Hero: Warriors Of Rock, Operation Flashpoint: Red River, Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine and WWE Smackdown Vs Raw 2011.
All of this comes at our regular price of 99p per episode, which works out at less than 75p if you take out a 90-day subscription for £8.99.