GameSonic Manager v2.22 PS3 Backup Game Manager for CFW Released

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8w ago - Following up on the previous releases, this weekend Italian PlayStation 3 developer Gamesonic has updated his GameSonic PS3 Backup Manager to version 2.22 with source code and details below.

Download: Gamesonic Manager v2.22(NO retroarch).pkg / Gamesonic Manager v2.22(with retroarch).pkg / Source_Gamesonic_Manager_v2.22.rar

To quote, roughly translated: GameSonic Manager v2.22

To celebrate the first anniversary of Gamesonic.it Orion developer releases a new update of Gamesonic Manager v 2.22. We would like to thank all users who follow us and all the staff that works hard on the site.

Changelog:

  • Insert 8 background pictures
  • Fixed bug with ntfs devices detection on cfw 4.55
  • Added 12 new colors for a total of 28
  • Now when you close your browser you will automatically return to the manager
  • Updated self retroarch emulator
  • Fixed bug in repair...

 

MonkeyPaw Games Retro Rush on PSN: Week 6 Features Tomba! 2

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8w ago - MoneyPaw Games PR Manager Ryan Olsen introduces Retro Rush on PSN: week 6 which features Tomba! 2 with details below.

To quote: It has been a wild and fun six weeks releasing classic game after classic game with the Retro Rush. What's the Retro Rush?

We've been releasing a new import PSone Classic on the PSN for PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and PSP. So far, the Retro Rush has included Double Dragon, Lucifer Ring, The Firemen 2: Pete and Danny and Wolf Fang.

We've gotten a lot of great response from everyone and it's made us happy to see these games being enjoyed again.

However, the Retro Rush has all been leading to this point, the game that we've gotten the most requests for out of any other game we've released: Tomba! 2. Tomba! 2 is a title we've wanted to release for the longest time but we've had to overcome some technical hurdles first.

On February 18th, you can download the Japanese import version of Tomba! 2 for your PS3, PS Vita and PSP. Since the title is in Japanese, we'll be providing a complete walkthrough on our Web site for players.

Tomba!, for those who are just learning of our wild jungle boy, was created by Tokuro Fujiwara, who many gamers will recognize having a hand in other classic...
 

Image & Form Games: SteamWorld Dig Coming to PS4, PS Vita in 2014

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9w ago - Image & Form Games CEO Brjann Sigurgeirsson announced today that SteamWorld Dig is coming to PS4 and PS Vita in 2014.

Below are the details, to quote: Hi everyone, thrilled to be here - finally! I'm Brjann Sigurgeirsson, the worst-named CEO of the worst-named game development studio in the world, Image & Form Games.

I'm here to present perhaps the world's worst-named game: SteamWorld Dig. It launches on PS4 and PS Vita this year. Don't let the title fool you - the game is great!

Image & Form is a Swedish game developer based in rainy, windy Gothenburg. There's a dozen of us, and the rest of the lot is a bunch of brilliant, hard-working, and quite childish people.

I also work hard and am rather childish myself, but instead of being brilliant all the time I focus on hogging credit and interacting with you guys. You can read more about all of us right here.

Take the role of Rusty - a lone, mining steambot - as he arrives to an old mining town in great need. Dig your way through the old earth, gaining riches while uncovering the ancient threat that lurks below.

SteamWorld Dig is what we call "a mining platform adventure." The objective is mining, the controls are those of a platformer, and it's a story-driven game with a defined beginning and end....
 

Moonbite Games Announces Zombeer is Out Today on PS3

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9w ago - Moonbite Games Creative Director Carlos Fernandez announced that Zombeer PS3 is out today on the PlayStation 3 entertainment system.

To quote: What kind of game is Zombeer? That's not easy to answer... my favorite description for Zombeer, which launches today on PS3, would be "first-person-survival-horror-comedy-shooter."

When we started the design process, we had a clear vision for Zombeer. We wanted to show a zombie world with funny and crazy stories, full of tributes to our favourites games and feature films. All with gags, parodies, and - most importantly - no rules. The only limit was our indie budget, and that's been a very real limit.

One of our internal goals was to design a coherent game. So if the story is crazy, the graphics, gags, puzzles, quick time events, etc. have to be crazy, too. And of course this philosophy includes the basic gameplay.

In Zombeer, you must keep a high level of Zombeer in your blood. Because if you don't drink enough, the transformation will start; blurred view, a decrease in mental capabilities... yes, like a Monday morning. If you continue without a drink, you'll transform.

But it's not all bad, because if you're a zombie, the rest of the walkers won't attack you, so it's a good way to catch your breath, change positions,...
 

MonkeyPaw Games Retro Rush Week 5 Introduces Wolf Fang

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9w ago - MoneyPaw Games PR Manager Ryan Olsen is here with Retro Rush Week 5 which introduces Wolf Fang.

Below are the details, to quote: With a new week comes a new title from the MonkeyPaw Games Retro Rush event. Week 5 brings Wolf Fang - an action shoot-'em-up centered around customizable robots - to PlayStation Store.

Wolf Fang was originally released in arcades in Japan in the early 1990s, and made its way to PlayStation a few years later. The story is set in the future: an evil military faction looks to control all the mechs in the world, and the last places on Earth they haven't conquered are Australia and New Zealand (It's always nice to know which areas on future Earth will be the last bastions of freedom, isn't it?). To stop the bad guys from total domination, you pilot your own customized mech to save Oceania.

The customization process allows you to swap out a special weapon, main weapon and legs to fit your personal play style. If you lose all your lives, you can try a different set of parts or keep rocking the same mech.

The choice is always yours, which is good because Wolf Fang's difficulty has a... wait for it... bite to it (sorry, I've been saving that pun for a long time). Overall, there are 12 pieces to choose from so you can play around with the parts to find...
 







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