159w ago - Square Enix Brand Manager Rob Rutter has shared a new Lord Of Arcana trailer for PlayStation Portable with fans today.
To quote: I just wanted to share our new trailer with you for LORD of ARCANA, which is coming out early next year for PSP. Set in the world of Horodyn, players take on the role of slayers trying to get their hands on the incredible power of Arcana.
We've also updated the game Web site at www.lordofarcana.com with more info on the game, the monsters you'll face and the arsenal of weapons at your disposal. Take a look if you'd like to find out more.
We'll have lots more news to share with you very soon about LORD of ARCANA, so stay tuned to the blog in the coming weeks!
164w ago - Today Team17 Community Manager Mark Baldwin has introduced Worms: Battle Islands for the PlayStation Portable handheld console.
To quote: This winter sees the release of the latest game in our long running Worms series, Worms: Battle Islands, on PSP available from PlayStation Store.
Worms: Battle Islands marks the third time that the series has made an appearance on the PSP, and the game is packed with content and great new features, some of which I'll be talking about in this post.
The first thing to say about the game is that at its core it's the traditional 2D Worms experience.
It's a turn based game where players use a mix of strategy and skill to move their army of worms about a landscape, and attack one another with a range of funny weapons (exploding sheep, deadly bananas, fully automatic sub machine guns, etc.) until the last team standing are declared the winners. The physics are much more solid in this version and the game features a sizable inventory of forty different weapons and utilities, leading to more complex strategies and a more rewarding experience.
In this game the players can do battle in six different environments. Often in Worms games the game's themes have...
164w ago - SCEE UK Software Product Manager Phil Lynch has shared a video today showcasing Invizimals: Shadow Zone on the PlayStation Portable handheld.
To quote: As you may know, Invizimals is a PSP title that uses cutting edge augmented reality technology (a fancy name for combining real and virtual environments which are interactive in real-time).
I really wanted to share with you what happens when you use a large trap to view your Invizimals, instead of the one usually used with the game. This video shows the OCELOTL moving from a regular trap in my hand to a large 2Ã–2 metre trap.
I've also got some behind the scenes videos that I'll post over the coming weeks in the run up to Invizimals Shadow Zone launching in November. Let me know what you think.