Video: Monsters Probably Stole My Princess PS3 and PSP Trailer

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210w ago - Today Mediatonic's Co-Founder & Creative Director Paul Croft has shared a new PS3 and PSP trailer video for Monsters Probably Stole My Princess.

To quote: We are very excited to announce we've confirmed a launch date for our PSP Minis game Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess! The game will be released on the 22nd of April at the price of £3.49.

We're also very proud to show the official trailer for Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess!

The game is an upwards-scrolling platformer in which the player must chase down giant fleeing monsters and subdue them by crashing into them three times. More details are available on our previous post on the PlayStation blog.

April 22nd is later than we've announced previously - since I last posted we've been working closely with Sony to resolve a few issues with running the game on the PS3. These are now all sorted and we're super excited about the launch of the game!





Thanks again for your support and feedback!
 

PSP Favorites Promotion - Coming to PlayStation Store This Week

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212w ago - SCEE's Mike Kebby of the PlayStation Store Team has posted news of a PSP favorites promotion that begins this week.

To quote: I'm really pleased to announce that we've got a new promotion coming to PlayStation Store this week (starting Thursday 1st of April), and it's all focused on a range of our PSP content.

For two weeks only, you'll be able to grab a great deal on some great PSP titles. We're calling them favourites because, well, they're some of our favourites (though like all our children we love them all equally, just some more so than others) and the promotion features a range of well loved games that we're sure you'll want to snap up at these brilliant prices.

I'm really pleased with the titles we have been able to get reduced for you and feel that there is definitely something for everyone here, but don't just take my word for it, see for yourself by reading the full listing below.

Available on PlayStation Store via PS3, PSP and Media Go

PSP Favourites

(Available from the 1st April until the 15th of April)

• LittleBigPlanet (was - £19.99/€34.99 now - £13.99/€17.99)
• Gran Turismo (was - £19.99/€34.99 now - £13.99/€17.99)
• Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier...
 

Video: Sony Make Believe: ThatGameCompany Profiled

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213w ago - God of War: Chains of Olympus Sr. Producer Eric Koch of SCEA's Santa Monica Studios has shared another video in Sony's Make Believe series today, this time profiling ThatGameCompany.

To quote: As many of you have seen, Sony's got a new brand message that we all believe in here at Santa Monica Studio. The ethos of make.believe is simple: believe that anything you can imagine, you can make real.

We've had the fortune to work with thatgamecompany, an incredibly talented group of young minds with fresh ideas and complete conviction to follow their imagination.

They've given the gaming world some of the most original and satisfying experiences to date, and we are very proud to be working with them.

In the spirit of make.believe, check out the story of where they came from and how they succeeded. Enjoy!




 

Video: Gran Turismo Does NASCAR - GT5 Prologue PS3 Trailer

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215w ago - Update: Magnus of NeoGAF has now shared (below) the leaked GT5 trailer from the God of War 3 retail release.

Today Sony Product Marketing Specialist Brian Dunn has proclaimed that Gran Turismo Does NASCAR, and made available a GT5 Prologue PS3 trailer video with Polyphony Digital at the Texas Motor Speedway.

To quote: I'm sure all of you Gran Turismo fans out there remember that Gran Turismo 5 Prologue featured the Daytona oval and road course layouts.

And with Gran Turismo 5's announce trailer at E3 last year, you saw that NASCAR stock cars would be making their debut in Gran Turismo 5, adding yet another official race sanctioning body to the Gran Turismo lineup.

Rest assured that Kazunori Yamauchi and the hard-working team at Polyphony Digital are putting as much attention to detail into recreating the NASCAR stock cars, tracks and experience as they do with every other element that goes into the Gran Turismo series.

In addition to visiting the racing team to photo shoot and sound-record their vehicles, Kazunori and crew visited their first...
 

Ubisoft's Always-on PC DRM Protection is Defeated in a Day

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215w ago - It appears Ubisoft's always-on PC DRM protection has been defeated in a day's time.

The new digital rights management system is incorporated into new Ubisoft PC titles including Silent Hunter 5: Battle of the Atlantic and Assassin's Creed 2.

To quote: "The new scheme UbiSoft hoped would thwart piracy requires all legitimate users to have a permanent Internet connection that continuously authenticates a copy of the game.

Ubisoft's master plan has collapsed in under 24-hours, as infamous cracker group Skid-Row has tackled the new DRM and rendered it useless, meaning the only people now suffering with this ridiculous DRM are legitimate owners."

From the Silent Hunter 5: Battle of the Atlantic NFO File instructions:

1. Unpack release
2. Mount image or burn it
3. Install
4. Copy the content from the SKIDROW folder on the DVD to your installation directory and overwrite Û Û
5. Play the game

Additional Notes: Don't install/use Ubisoft launcher, or simply block any connection to internet. Install game and copy crack, it's that simple!
 







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