193w ago - Sony's Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein has shared a video today showcasing the new Lost Planet 2 PS3 demo, to quote:
This week we dropped by Capcom HQ to test out multiplayer on the PS3 version of Lost Planet 2, as well as get some of your questions answered. There's a video featuring exclusive footage and your answers below.
We also found out that Capcom is doing something pretty cool: if 1.5 million of you gamers download the upcoming multiplayer demo (available April 22nd), they'll donate $25K to charity. Easy enough, right?
So why are we telling you this today, when the demo won't be live for 3 weeks? Because Capcom is giving some gamers a headstart on that download (which means you may be able to start playing it now).
Head over to lostplanetcommunity.com, where you can enter to win early access to the demo. Strike out there? Stay tuned to our Twitter account; we'll be giving out some more download codes later today.
196w ago - PlayStation Network Executive Producer Kevin Furuichi has shared a video preview today of Qore Episode 22, which covers Final Fantasy XIII, Dead to Rights: Retribution, Lost Planet 2 and the God of War Graphic Novel.
To quote: With Final Fantasy XIII just released, Qore's got an in-depth walk-through of this stunning title.
Get the real story on the story, characters, and fascinating insights provided by exclusive interviews with creators Motumu Toriyama, Yoshinori Kitase and Yuji Abe. There's also an interactive gallery of gameplay tips, and a look back at the launch day in Japan.
For you God of War fans eagerly awating next week's release, we've got an exclusive digital preview of the upcoming graphic novel from legendary comic scribe Marv Wolfman. Audrey Cleo meets the man to discuss his approach to taking Kratos to print and using Qore's interactive digital gallery, preview of the comic book narrated by Marv himself.
Qore also visits Volatile games in the UK for a preview of the noir action/shooter–Dead to Rights Retribution. Grant City is a dark and dangerous place, even when playing as a cop on the edge, so it's a good thing you've got a trusty (and...
218w ago - Sony's Software Marketing Associate Product Manager Cristian Cardona has revealed today that Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier will be hitting store shelves on November 3, 2009 for both PSP and PS2.
To quote: With the PSPgo now on shelves, many of you may be wondering what new games are available on the 'Go'.
For all you Jak and Daxter fans out there, we're happy to announce that Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier will be available for purchase on the PSPgo, PSP-3000 and PlayStation 2 on Tuesday, November 3.
To help build excitement for the November 3 launch, GamesTrailers.com has provided an exclusive first look at the new trailer for Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier. Check it out!
220w ago - Today JoyStiq (linked above) has shared a new Lost Planet 2 trailer from Tokyo Game Show 2009 that is four minutes long along with some screens.
Check it out below, and to quote: "If there was ever any doubt in your mind that the enemies in upcoming third person planet finder shooter Lost Planet 2 are on the plus-size of things, the flood of assets coming out of the Tokyo Game Show should assure you of their huge-itude.
Though we're only treated to a few scant glimpses in the trailer, some of the beasts on display in the screens Capcom released are large-building-sized.
The kind of big where you get that falling feeling in your stomach just from looking at them. Add to that the whole ongoing war thing and we're pretty glad to not be living on Capcom's now tropical planet."
221w ago - Capcom PR Manager Brian Keltner has revealed on the PlayStation Blog today that a Lost Planet 2 Co-Op demo will be coming to PSN on September 24, 2009.
To quote: Capcom is offering PlayStation 3 owners a chance to experience a piece of the Tokyo Game Show action from the comfort of their own living rooms this year by offering the Lost Planet 2 demo available exclusively for download from PSN starting the first day of the show.
Beginning September 24, PS3 owners will not only be able to engage in the frantic battle against the enormous G-Type Akrid, the boss Akrid of the episode 1, but will also get the exclusive experience of two additional missions in an online co-operative extermination of the Akrid of E.D.N. III.
Throughout the demo players will run into Akrid ranging from small (in Lost Planet terms) to enormous, as they fight to collect the precious thermal energy contained within the Akrids bodies in order to heal themselves, their friends, and power the armored Vital Suits.
Utilizing a number of weapons from machine guns to missile pods and rocket launchers scattered throughout the environment, teams of four players can join up via the PlayStation Network and clear three mission objectives with friends, giving them a glimpse into the jungle of E.D.N III.