THQ Announces World of Outlaws: Sprint Cars Hits PSN Today

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206w ago - The Sprint Cars franchise makes its PlayStation Network debut today as THQ has officially announced the arrival of World of Outlaws: Sprint Cars on PSN.

Press Release: AGOURA HILLS, Calif. - THQ Inc. today announced that World of Outlaws: Sprint Cars is now available on the PlayStation Network.

Players can take on fan favorites, such as Donny Schatz and Steve Kinser to compete in 12 tracks including The Dirt Track at Charlotte. World of Outlaws: Sprint Cars is rated 'E' for everyone and is available for download at the suggested price of $19.99.

In World of Outlaws: Sprint Cars, players start off their career as a World of Outlaws rookie who must compete in several high octane races to ultimately make their way to the World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte.

Throughout the game, players can take on fierce competitors like Donny Schatz, Steve Kinser, Jason Meyers and Joey Saldana, while also experiencing real time track deformation in some of the toughest tracks in the World of Outlaws series.

World of Outlaws: Sprint Cars was developed by Big Ant. For more information on the game and other THQ titles, please visit www.thq.com.
 

Video: PlayStation Move Developer Diary - The Fight: Lights Out

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209w ago - Producer John McLaughlin has made available a new PlayStation Move Developer Diary video today dubbed The Fight: Lights Out.

To quote: We had a really positive response from everyone who played the game at the Game Developers Conference under the working title, "Motion Fighter," and since then we've been working hard on getting the game together. We're currently in an alpha state and things are starting to look sweet.

We've conducted a ton of motion capture to ensure that every punch, every hit reaction, every dirty move and every hard-hitting knockout makes the player feel right in the thick of the action.

So get ready to go blow-for-blow in the fight of your life because now, only with PS3 and the PlayStation Move motion controller, you'll be able to throw punches with total precision. Throw jabs, hooks and uppercuts any way you like, just as you would in real life. Duck, bob and weave in real-time with the PlayStation Eye tracking your head movements.





Don't think you're much of a fighter? Well, it doesn't matter – just fight dirty instead! Launch a two-handed ear drum burst to stun your opponent and follow up with a sly elbow to the face. Grab hold of his ears, head-butt him and then finish him off with...
 

Video: Everybodys Tennis Out for PSP and PSPgo This Summer

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210w ago - European Product Manager Joey Payne has announced today that Everybodys Tennis will be hitting PSP and PSPgo this Summer alongside a video trailer of the upcoming title.

To quote: I'm really excited to let you know that we will be releasing Everybody's Tennis for PSP in Summer 2010!

This summer take a holiday from the football World Cup and enjoy a world of tennis squeezed, courtesy of PSP, into your pocket.

The first step is to ditch the whites as Everybody's Tennis lets your creativity run free and your own style shine through.

Develop your own quirky character with more than 500 different customisable items making this a totally personal experience; then set off on your journey to superstardom. It's easy to pick up and play but offers loads of subtlety that will only come with time and practice.

The advanced shot system is for the true pro letting you place, volley, drop or smash your way to victory whilst every court has its own physics which will shape your match-winning strategy.

Getting to pro standard sees you embark on your new career as you search out new courts across the Everybody's Tennis world map and work your way up, and down, the ranks.

Each new area comes with a set of intriguing tasks to complete before...
 

PS3 Firmware 3.21 Locks Out More Features Beyond OtherOS?

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211w ago - Update: Sony has now told NowGamer.com that despite widespread reports they have seen no evidence of damage caused by the PS3 Firmware 3.21 update.

Sony has already upset some users by removing the "Install OtherOS" with its PS3 Firmware 3.21 update, and based on reports from the official PlayStation forums a sizable number of PS3 users have run into issues since updating to PlayStation 3 Firmware version 3.21 as well.

Problems after installing the update range from folks not being able to log into PSN or load a disc after the update to users not being able to turn on their PS3 at all - some have even reported freezing during the update process.

Of course, there's also lots of users that have updated without any issues whatsoever, and the problems don't seem to have yet drawn an official response from Sony.

Let us know how things worked out for you in the comments below.
 

Sony Announces Pinball Heroes for PSP and PSPgo is Out Now

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212w ago - SCEE European Producer Gavin Russell has announced that Pinball Heroes for PSP and PSPgo is out now on PSN for those interested.

To quote: Just a quick heads up on our latest release.

Pinball Heroes is now available on the PSN Store. You will be able to grab the complete set of tables from some of Sony's most influential franchises, including:

• Everybody's Golf
• High Velocity Bowling
• PAIN
• Uncharted

Each of the games will play perfectly on a PSPgo or a PSP x000. Should you wish to simply try each of the items separately, you can also buy the individual tables!

Enjoy and keep a look out for more table updates in the near future.
 







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