87w ago - Following up on their previous update, today Sony PlayStation Access Community Manager MusterBuster has made available Access Episode 5.
To quote: Episode 5 of Access is now online and available right here for your viewing pleasure. Pleasure being the operative word, because heading the line-up this week is EA's eye-meltingly beautiful first-person destruct 'em up, Battlefield 3.
The rest of the show is also stuffed with hi-def excellence, including an inside look at the recent Access Live event in Bristol, a round up of the latest news and all the best content from the PlayStation Store, including hot servings of DLC for both Resistance 3 and Dragon Age 2.
There's also a sneak-peak at upcoming short film, The Hero's Journey - directed by Blood Diamond's Ed Zwick and featuring Naughty Dog's Amy Hennig, and Uncharted star, Nolan North.
To watch Access before anyone else, UK users can download each episode for free every Wednesday from the PlayStation Store, with every show then uploaded to YouTube every Friday.
90w ago - Sony UK Senior Product Manager Ian Vinten has unveiled Episode 2 of Access from PlayStation Store today with the video available below.
To quote: Episode 2 of Access was released on Wednesday on the PlayStation Store but from today is viewable in full here:
In this weeks episode we take an in-depth look at Ico and Shadow of the Colossus HD Collection in addition to a round-up of the latest titles including on-rails rhythm actioner, Child of Eden, and colourful platformer, Rochard.
Also featured at PlayStation's Access Live Events is an inside look at of behind the scenes at the recent Resistance 3 event in London, with an interactive surprise from immersive theatre group, punchdrunk. There's also a chance to see how the lads at Bath Rugby fared when we paid them a visit with Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge in tow.
As always, you can look forward to a round-up of the latest titles available for download on the Store, which this week include on-rails rhythm actioner, Child of Eden, plus colourful platformer, Rochard.
There's also a chance to see how the lads at Bath Rugby fared when we paid them a visit with Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge in tow.
131w ago - PlayStation Network's Executive Producer Kevin Furuichi has shared a preview video today of The Tester 2 Episode 7, which also hits PSN today.
To quote: We're down to the 'final four' gamers who have a shot at winning the job at PlayStation. Ches-ka, Gaymer, Mo Chocolate and Scooter compete this week in a high-pressure game show format challenging their PlayStation knowledge and problem solving skills.
Who's got the answers and the intelligence? Only the top 3 move on to next week's Season Finale. So, be sure to check out Episode 7 of "The Tester 2."
Visit the video section of the PlayStation Store now to download Episode 7 and later today when the games section updates. Also, visit PlayStation Home's "The Tester" Theater to catch the new episode and receive the new 'Game Over' shirt on Wednesday.
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131w ago - Today Associate Editor Nathan Ditum has shared a preview of FirstPlay Episode 37, which arrives on PSN this Wednesday.
To quote: With Christmas approaching like a thunderous runaway murder train with tinsel strung across the front, things are getting a little hectic in the FirstPlay office.
Mostly because I still haven't bought a single present and don't reckon on having any time to until Easter, but also because we've been making another packed episode for you to enjoy.
Episode 37 hits the Store this Wednesday, and features a hands-on preview of Dead Space 2 and an interview with the game's art director Ian Milham. We also talk to Ian about the making of the original Dead Space, have a thorough play around with occupation shooter Homefront, and review another batch of PlayStation strays in our round-up, including Blood Stone 007 and EA's mysterious new puzzler Create.
We've also got a review of kung fu reboot The Karate Kid on Blu-ray, a guide to hardly ever getting shot in Medal Of Honor online, and a look at the Blu-ray movies that have had the biggest influence on modern games. Plus our screenshot galleries this week include the likes of Dragon Age 2 and F.E.A.R. 3.
As always this comes for just 99p, or you can buy a 12 week subscription for...