222w ago - Capcom's John Diamonon has shared a new Fate / Unlimited Codes Episode 1 - Saber VS Archer video today on the PlayStation Blog, and has also announced that today it hits PSN.
To quote: It's my pleasure to announce that Fate/unlimited codes will be available today, exclusively on the PlayStation Store for your PSP! This deep and insanely fun fighting game is developed by Eighting, the team responsible for the Bloody Roar series and Tatsunoko Vs Capcom.
Oh, by the way, if I'm slow to respond to your questions or comments today, it's because I'm in Seattle for PAX. If you see me at the show, perform a PlayStation Home dance and say, "Hey John D, it must be Fate!", I'll hook you up with some free Fate shwag! It's the least I can do for making you perform the Cabbage Patch in this day and age.
Anyway, here's a cool video that one of our summer interns, Arya, created to give you a quick preview of the game. (Hey Arya, don't let school work get in the way of your partying, ok?) Check out Capcom-Unity for more of his strategy videos.
Also, Kazuhiro Tsuchiya, the producer of the game, has this to say:
Hi there PlayStation fans. I'd like to share with you an overview of the different modes you'll see in Fate/unlimited codes. There are a total...
223w ago - Today Capcom's John Diamonon has announced that Fate / Unlimited Codes will be making its way to Sony's PlayStation Network next week, as follows:
I'm here to talk about Capcom's next fighting game, Fate/Unlimited Codes, specifically designed for the PSPgo. This game will be available next week, September 3, and is exclusive to the PlayStation Network.
Fate is developed by Eighting, the talented group responsible for the Bloody Roar series and Tatsunoko Vs Capcom.
Based on the popular Japanese visual novel/anime, Fate/unlimited codes takes place in a local town in Japan where 7 pairs of 'Masters' and 'Servants' compete for the 'Holy Grail' that will grant them any wish.
This compelling combat experience features a deep roster of characters and unique fighting moves, while employing a fast-paced, weapons-based fighting system that is sure to meet any Capcom fans highest expectations. It also features beautiful 3D graphics and a pseudo-3D fighting system. (Side-stepping evades FTW!)
Kazuhiro Tsuchiya, the producer of this game and known for his work on the Street Fighter Alpha series, loves the PS community and wants to share a few things about...
227w ago - Today Vogster Entertainment's Senior Producer Mike Kennedy has announced that Unbound Saga for PSP is going digital, and has posted some free codes as follows:
Yes, Unbound Saga is available for download only. You can't walk into Gamezoinks, or wherever else you typically buy your disc-based gaming fix, and walk out with a plastic box full of brawling Unbound goodness.
You can, however, buy this game from the comfort of your own home, while still in your bathrobe and bunny slippers. Click-click-clack, simple as that. Super easy, and all you need is an internet connection and a PlayStation Network account. And a PlayStation device to play the game on, of course.
But why would Vogster, or any other publisher for that matter, buck the trend and do something as radical as bypassing brick-and-mortar? What do we have against the good people at Gamezoinks? Nothing at all, I assure you (In fact, we just made that name up.). But the benefits of digital distribution cannot be overlooked.
For the consumer, digital download offers unparalleled convenience. If you want it, you can have it NOW, regardless of weather, bus schedules, gas prices, etc. RIGHT NOW. In fact, I just bought the first three seasons of Dexter from the PlayStation Store while writing this. My fingers barely left...
256w ago - Team Alpha has been poking around again, and this time, they've found four new glitches in PlayStation Home. They're gonna take us through the glitches in these vids one by one, so sit back and watch so you can try them out later.
This first one is called "Owned Space Shenanigans." You basically get to sit on an invisible couch, making you look like you have powerful thighs. The same glitch also lets you pull a David Blaine and levitate like you do it every day. Well, with Home, now you can.
PS3 Home Glitches - Owned Space Shenanigans
This next one shows a few codes so you can reach more rooms in Sully's Bar. Simple enough, just follow the instructions and unlock away.
PS3 Home Glitches - Sully's Bar Secret Door Codes
This one's called "Smuggler's Den Couch Fun." You get to act like you're six years old again and stand on a couch just for the heck of it.
PS3 Home Glitches - Smuggler's Den Couch Fun
This one's also in Smuggler's Den. It's called the "Smuggler's Den Globe Stand Teaser, and it's...
258w ago - Today Associate Product Marketing Manager TJ Consunji unveiled the Killzone 2 PlayStation 3 cover via PS Blog:
Hi all, my name is TJ and I'm one of the guys working on the Killzone 2 marketing team. We are, of course, very excited about the game and wanted the PlayStation nation to be the first to see our Killzone 2 packaging. Check it out:
Guerrilla has created some awesome Holiday-themed Killzone 2 PC wallpapers. Check them out on Killzone.com.
Additionally, Sin of NeoGAF has shared several pictures of his Pre-Production review copy... one of which is available below.
Now for the plug: Killzone 2 is looking phenomenal and will be in stores February 27th, 2009. Make sure to preorder your copy now... as it's gonna rock!
But don't just take my word for it, check out PlayStation: The Official Magazine's world exclusive review hitting newsstands soon. Talk to you more in January 2009.