124w ago - Creat Studios Marketing and PR Coordinator Bill Fryer has unveiled a video of the new Test Yourself DLC packs that will be hitting PSN next week.
To quote: The next two test blocks Test Yourself: Attention and Test Yourself: Memory will be available July 26th.
As their names imply, these add-ons will measure the user's attention and memory through a series of tests. These packs will be available in North America for $1.99.
The goal of Test Yourself is to provide users with an affordable, professional assessment of various aspects of their personalities and psychological abilities.
After the release of the initial pack, we received a ton of positive feedback about this game and we are very excited to release the next part of the Test Yourself experience. Users who complete all of the test blocks will receive a full psychological portrait and will better understand the complex characteristics of their states of mind.
The initial game Test Yourself: Psychology, which included test packs for Intelligence and Nervous System, was one of the top five downloaded games on PSN and is available for $2.99.
Test Yourself is a serious scientific product developed by a team of professional psychologists and counselors....
126w ago - SCEA Producer Kumi Yuasa has announced that PlayStation Move Ape Escape for PS3 is hitting PSN today alongside sharing a new video trailer below.
To quote: I hope you had a great July 4th weekend. Did you all get to try the PlayStation Move Ape Escape demo last week and experience catching monkeys with the PlayStation Move motion controller?
I hope you're ready for even more mayhem, as the full PlayStation Move Ape Escape game hits the PlayStation Store today! We've put a video together introducing the full game, so please take a look.
Let me tell you a little bit about PlayStation Move Ape Escape. There are a total of 15 levels and you will cross between the past and present in pursuit of Specter, the leader of a monkey invasion.
At the end of each mission, a review of your performance will display regarding how many monkeys you caught, your score and the details of any bonuses you have earned.
You have a chance to compare your scores with players around the world, so try uploading your score every time you complete a mission and check the online leaderboards! Don't forget to earn trophies as well.
As you progress through the game, you will unlock mini-games. Each of these use the PlayStation...
127w ago - Today International Affairs Manager Lucy Khatajaeva at Lesta Studio has posted up a video on Time Machine: Rogue Pilot for PlayStation Network which outlines details on the PSN title.
To quote: Today is the big day as we're releasing an official preview video for our upcoming PSN game Time Machine: Rogue Pilot!
The video reveals some gameplay details and is supposed to help you get some better understanding of what our game actually is and what it looks like.
But a new video is not enough, is it? That's why I'll reveal some more details and cover two big questions with this blog post: what this game is and what it is not.
What Time Machine: Rogue Pilot IS
Time Machine: Rogue Pilot is a Match3/hidden-object game with a number of innovative features, including unique mechanics of repainting tiles instead of replacing them with each other. I know this sounds simple, but it helps bring a fresh feel to the classical match3 genre.
For example, the Mood-o-meter. Sounds weird, huh? The Mood-o-meter shows how your character feels. The better you play, and the more bonuses you activate, the faster your character's mood increases. Once the Mood-o-meter is full, you get a Superbonus that destroys...
128w ago - SCEA Associate Producer Randall Lowe at Santa Monica Studio has shared some more details on Journey for PS3 today, which is coming to Sony's PlayStation Network.
To quote: Journey is our third exclusive game with SCEA's Santa Monica Studio for PS3 and PSN, and we're trying something new, something that we hope changes the way people think about online gaming.
As you may have heard, in Journey, players take on the role of travelers headed to a mysterious mountain in the distance. But unlike our previous two games, flow and Flower, Journey is presents our vision of what an online adventure can be.
As you explore Journey, you may cross paths with other travelers. You can to join and play with up to one other player at a time.
But what makes Journey different is that there are no online lobbies, no matchmaking, no PSN IDs, and no chat. You are the character, limited to the ways of communication of the character itself. Will you choose to travel together - or go your own way? What secrets lie in the mysterious, sand-covered ruins of this world?
We had a great time at E3 talking to all of the press that stopped by the Sony booth. And we couldn't be more proud after Journey...