166w ago - Sony's Associate Editor Nathan Ditum has shared a preview of FirstPlay Episode 26 today, which arrives on PSN this Wednesday for subscribers.
To quote: I've spent a hazardous (certainly to my marriage) amount of time this week hammering Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, which is three things: huge, amazing, and not reviewed in FirstPlay until next week, so I'll shut up about it now.
So what is in episode 26 of FirstPlay, available on the Store from this Wednesday? We've got some more Top Gun gear for PlayStation Home - Goose helmet, kids - and another chance to grab our exclusive Joe Danger PSN avatar.
We also have two huge reviews, with in-depth HD verdicts on EA's footballing juggernaut FIFA 11 and Codemasters' beautiful F1 2010, as well as a look at pec-tastic blockbuster Prince Of Persia on Blu-ray.
And there's loads more, including a countdown of the top ten PlayStation games of all time, as voted by Official PlayStation Magazine readers to celebrate the magazine's 50th issue, and a personal take on why MLB The Show is the best sports game on PS3 from the mag's editor Ben Wilson (apparently not because he's rubbish at FIFA. I know, I was surprised too).
We've also got a review of PixelJunk Racers: 2nd Lap, a look at the latest movies...
167w ago - Sony Associate Editor Nathan Ditum has unveiled a preview of FirstPlay Episode 25 today, which will be hitting PSN this Wednesday.
To quote: I'm taking a break from daydreaming about having my own Popemobile (called the Nathmobile, with twin mounted 50 cal. high-impact cannons and an onboard Mr Whippy machine) to tell you what's in episode 25 of FirstPlay, which hits the Store this Wednesday.
This week we're giving away an exclusive Joe Danger avatar to brighten up your PSN profile, as well as his and her Top Gun t-shirts for PlayStation Home. We've also got reviews of Capcom's meaty undead massacre 'em up Dead Rising 2 and PlayStation Move chair combat racer Kung Fu Rider, plus a preview of mucky off-roader Nail'd, and some exclusive new footage of Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine.
And there's more - in Network Highlights we've got a review of arcade blaster Alien Breed: Impact, a round-up of the latest PSP comics and PSN content, and another trio of awesome LittleBigPlanet levels that you can download and play right now. And in screenshot galleries there's sneaking action in Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, very different RPG-ing in Dragon Age II and Costume Quest, and all-out sexiness in Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit.
168w ago - Sony's Associate Editor Nathan Ditum has shared a preview of FirstPlay Episode 24 today, which hits the PlayStation Store this Wednesday.
To quote: Episode 24 will be on the Store this Wednesday, and comes with an exclusive Top Gun theme as well as a review of genre-twisting RPG sequel Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep for PSP.
We also have not one but two huge studio visits this week, the first to EA Sports' Vancouver lair to check up on FIFA 11, and the second to see Enslaved: Odyssey to the West at Ninja Theory, and a review of slacker superhero hit Kick-Ass on Blu-ray.
We've also got a packed Network Highlights section this week, including a review of side-scrolling slasher Shank, a look at the latest minis and a round-up of the best user-created ModNation Racers, and plenty more games stuffed like hi-res corpses into the trunk of our screenshot galleries, including sandy shooter Spec Ops: The Line, robo-suited blockbuster Vanquish, The Force Unleashed II and 'The Modern Warfare Of The Skies' (their words...
169w ago - Sony Associate Editor Nathan Ditum has detailed FirstPlay Episode 23 today, which hits PSN this Wednesday for subscribers.
To quote: I'm happy to say that in episode 23, which will be on the Store this Wednesday, we're giving away an exclusive Landit Bandit dynamic theme.
We've also got a preview of new Bond blockbuster Blood Stone 007, and the first of our PlayStation Move reviews, as we pass our critical eye and wavy hands over Start The Party and Sports Champions.
On top of that we've got reviews of Clash Of The Titans on Blu-ray and old-school PSN arcader Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, plus a round-up of the latest PS3 downloadable movies, another batch of nasty funny Skate bails, and editor-in-chief Tim Clark's take on the end of Red Dead Redemption.
On top of all that we've got our screenshot galleries, which this week take in space zombies with Dead Space 2, desert zombies (kinda) with Rage, cross-franchise face-flattening with Street Fighter X Tekken, and damsel-escorting with Knights Contract.
All of which gives you over half an hour's worth of HD games coverage and info for just 99p, or as low as 75p if you take out a 90-day subscription for £8.99. See the Future of PS3. First.
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