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Sony Reveals Why PSOne Classics Have No Set PSN Release Date

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251w ago - Today the sleuths at Examiner.com (linked above) have uncovered a reply from Sony's PlayStation Store Senior Manager Grace Chen explaining why PSOne Classics have no set PSN release date.

Although the answer isn't surprising, it's definitely good to know why classics such as Final Fantasy VIII are not available in the States to date.

To quote: "Ever since Sony announced PSOne Classics for the PSP and PlayStation 3, new releases have been inconsistent and often appear suddenly without any prior announcements.

Grace Chen, Senior Manager of the PlayStation Store, explain why this is the case on the comment section of the [Register or Login to view links]:

There are a variety of reasons that need to be considered when releasing PSOne Classics... code emulation and testing, licensing rights, music clearances, etc.

Although the process may not always be smooth, Sony has definitely been picking up the pace in 2009 with new PSOne Classics."
 

PlayStation Network Video Content Update for November 6, 2009

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251w ago - PlayStation Store Senior Manager Grace Chen has shared this weekend's PSN video content update today, as follows:

Here's the list of new arrivals on the Video Store this week.

We have a few new releases to note: G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, I Love You, Beth Cooper, and The Taking of Pelham 1, 2, 3. Plus, we released free episodes of Full Metal Alchemist and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Check it all out this weekend.

HD MOVIE NEW ARRIVALS

•Aliens in the Attic
• Another Cinderella Story
• Ballast
• Big Man Japan
• Chandni Chowk To China
• Cheri
• I Love You, Beth Cooper
• Thankskilling
• The Life Before Her Eyes
• The Signal
• The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3
• The Wizard of Oz
• Three Kings
• TMNT
• Troy - Director's Cut (Unrated)
• Two Lovers

MOVIE NEW ARRIVALS

• Aliens in the Attic
• Aliens in the Attic: "Making a Scene" Featurette
• Another Cinderella Story
• Ballast
• Big Man Japan
• Blood Trails
• Bukowski: Born Into This
• Chandni Chowk To China
• Cheri
• Curse of the Zodiac
• Dead of Winter
 

Video: Braid Hits PS3 via PSN on November 12, 2009

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251w ago - Today Joel DeYoung of Hothead Games has revealed that Braid is hitting Sony's PS3 via PlayStation Network on November 12, 2009 for $14.99.

To quote: At long last, we're thrilled to be able to tell the PlayStation community that Braid will officially be making its way to the PlayStation Network on November 12 for $14.99. The gang here at Hothead has been working hard to bring this amazing game to you as soon as possible.

Along with today's announcement, we thought you'd enjoy taking a peek at the Braid trailer and a few screens of the gameplay experience. Check 'em out below!

Stay tuned next week to catch an in-depth look at bringing Braid to PSN - It's been a real pleasure working with Jonathan Blow and Sony on this project and I'm looking forward to sharing more details of that effort with everyone here. See you soon.




 

Video: Sony Announces Numblast for PS3 Hits PSN This Week

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252w ago - Today Sony Computer Entertainment of America's Product Marketing Specialist David Bull has announced that Numblast for PS3 (and PSP) will be hitting PSN this week.

To quote: It's out in Japan, it's out in Europe, and this week: Numblast will be available here in North America!

Get your hands on this addictive puzzle game (available for both PS3 and PSP) at the attractive price of $4.99 for either platform. Based on simple number combinations, Numblast is colorful, quirky, fast-paced and easy to pick up, but only those with quick wits and mental agility will make it to the top of the online rankings.

Here's a trailer of the game in action:





Log on to the PlayStation Store this Thursday, November 5 and download your copy of Numblast.
 

Military Madness: Nectaris for PS3 is Coming to PSN this Week

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252w ago - Today Backbone Entertainment Designer Kyle Vincent Tunison has announced that Military Madness: Nectaris for PS3 is coming to PSN this week for $9.99.

To quote: I'm back yet again to talk with you about Military Madness: Nectaris as we approach its impending release on the PSN this Thursday.

Military Madness: Nectaris will be released this Thursday on the PSN! You PS fans will be rewarded for your patience by with native 1080p! With that out of the way, today's topic: tactics and strategy, with a focus on multiplayer!

The multiplayer component of Military Madness is comprised entirely of new content. This includes the customizable Commander Unit (more on him later) and 10 new maps built specifically for multiplayer. Also, not only can you play locally or online with up to three other people, but you can always throw in some bots if you find yourself a few players short.

Let's start at the beginning: multiplayer in MM is not for the faint of heart. The campaign provides many hours of gameplay... but the multiplayer is what will separate the chumps from the champions. It's got more tactical depth than you can shake a moon rock at. Allow me to shed a little light on those depths...

A common mechanic in strategy games is Fog of War (you only see what your...
 
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