192w ago - Today Mediatonic's Co-Founder & Creative Director Paul Croft has shared a new PS3 and PSP trailer video for Monsters Probably Stole My Princess.
To quote: We are very excited to announce we've confirmed a launch date for our PSP Minis game Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess! The game will be released on the 22nd of April at the price of £3.49.
We're also very proud to show the official trailer for Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess!
The game is an upwards-scrolling platformer in which the player must chase down giant fleeing monsters and subdue them by crashing into them three times. More details are available on our previous post on the PlayStation blog.
April 22nd is later than we've announced previously - since I last posted we've been working closely with Sony to resolve a few issues with running the game on the PS3. These are now all sorted and we're super excited about the launch of the game!
194w ago - SCEA Santa Monica Studios Associate Producer Matt Morton has shared a video trailer today alongside details of Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake for Sony's PSP console.
To quote: I'm VERY excited to be talking today about Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake, and to let everyone know that you will be able to have your very own copy beginning Tuesday, April 27 via the PlayStation Store or UMD at participating retail outlets!
Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake is everything you love about Fat Princess on the PS3, and it fits right in the palm of your hand. Plus, there are even more slices of cakey goodness in the PSP version, as we've added additional content to this wonderful game.
We've got new game modes, new maps, a new extended storyline for single player.... heck, there is just a LOT of fun to be had with Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake!
217w ago - Rockstar Games just released the official trailer for Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars for the PSP, titled "Dangerous Business".
Chinatown Wars was a hit on the DS, and now all the action comes to Sony's portable system, including a host of new enhancements and additions designed just for the PlayStation Portable, the most notable of which is a massive graphical overhaul.
Those improvements come to light in the video below.
To quote from the video's caption: "Chinatown Wars was on the DS but now it has made its way to the PlayStation Portable (PSP)."
223w ago - Today SCEA Santa Monica Producer Tsubasa Inaba has shared a LocoRoco Midnight Carnival PSP Trailer on the PlayStation Blog.
To quote: A couple of weeks ago, I announced - right here on the PlayStation Blog - the latest and greatest from the beloved LocoRoco franchise was coming to the US soon.
LocoRoco Midnight Carnival debuted at Gamescom in Germany, and people seemed to really like it, especially the PSPgo-friendly control scheme. By that I mean, you can play with the PSPgo closed since all you need is the two shoulder buttons to control the LocoRoco!
It's perfect for this new gaming device. Anyway, I'm back today because I want to share the first gameplay trailer to give you a closer look at the next installment of this fun and colorful franchise.
As you'll notice in the trailer, LocoRoco Midnight Carnival features a super enhanced high bounce called "Boing!" You can navigate the LocoRoco by bouncing even higher off the walls and throughout the levels. It changes the gameplay dynamic and we think you'll have a lot of fun with it.
Check out the trailer from the European PlayStation Blog, embedded below, and let us know what you think!