162w ago - SCEA Producer Emerson Escobar has announced today that EyePet for PSP is now available in retail stores, and is looking for a good home at $39.99 which includes the required camera and Magic Card.
To quote: EyePet first made its way into living rooms and melted hearts across North America in September, when it was introduced for the PS3 alongside the PlayStation Move.
In stores for the PSP starting today, EyePet is now able to explore the outside world! Using a PSP camera and Magic Card, both included with the game, your furry little buddy is now totally portable and capable of being your loyal companion no matter where you go.
With EyePet for the PSP, you can play with your pet in any environment: your lap, a desk, a swing, a bus, on your dog's back–the possibilities are endless.
Just throw the included Magic Card onto whatever surface you choose, focus your new PSP camera on it, and EyePet will appear, ready to play!
Here're some things you should know in order to get acquainted with this cute little critter:
• EyePet reacts to your every move. Go ahead and stroke it or poke it with your finger, blow into the microphone to see its hair flow, make loud sounds to scare it, and much, much more.
• EyePet loves fun. This little...
165w ago - Sony Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein has shared a video dubbed 'Not What It Looks Like' today showcasing Slambolt Scrappers on PSN.
To quote: At first glance, Slambolt Scrappers appears to be a puzzle game, but that's only partially correct. It's also part brawler, part strategy, and really, really frenetic in multiplayer.
And despite the familiar appearance of the pieces you're, um, scrapping over - this ain't no Tetris. Recently we met with Eitan Glinert of Fire Hose Games, so he could better explain how this upcoming PSN exclusive plays.
Hopefully you now have a better idea of why this genre-mashing game is racking up the accolades. Look for it in early 2011.
180w ago - Sanzaru Games President Glen Egan has shared a first look at The Sly Collection in HD, which is also playable in 3D on the PlayStation 3 for those with a 3D TV of course.
To quote: We are very hard at work bringing The Sly Collection to the PS3 and I just wanted to use this brief post to tell everyone a little bit about our studio and what's going to be in the game.
Sanzaru Games has been making videogames since 2007; the PlayStation historians out there may remember that we were responsible for the PS2 version of Secret Agent Clank.
But this year we are sinking our teeth into the PS3. In case you missed all the E3 action, here is a quick rundown on The Sly Collection...
The game will feature all three titles in the Sly Cooper series: Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus; Sly Cooper 2: Band of Thieves and Sly Cooper 3: Honor Among Thieves. They have all been remastered in HD with up-rezed textures and full 16:9 widescreen rendering to deliver the most vibrant, crisp Sly Cooper experience yet.
Sly Cooper 3 will also be playable using the latest 3D televisions, which are extremely cool – I wish there was a way to demonstrate it online, but I think the best thing to do is to swing by your local Best Buy (or whoever)...
180w ago - SCEA Producer Kumi Yuasa has shared a video first look at the upcoming title Echochrome ii for both PS3 and PlayStation Move today!
To quote: As most of you have already heard, we will be coming out with echochrome ii later this year. It was announced at E3 and we've received a lot of positive feedback.
For those of you who don't know what echochrome ii is, here is an interview and demo with our team to show you exactly what everyone has been talking about.
Remember all the fun you used to have playing with shadows as a kid? Now you can bring back those exciting feelings of shadow art by utilizing the PlayStation Move motion controller and the PlayStation Eye camera!
With its unique way of using Move controller as a flashlight, you will control light and shadows, rotate levels and change the way objects are viewed and the shadows they cast. The ultimate goal is to lead your character, that can only walk on the shadow, through the path from beginning to end.
Beware, as there are hidden goals, jumping pads, holes, transporting elevators, and so on. Rotate the level itself to create a specific shadow - the possibilities are infinite and there is always more than meets the eye as every person...