184w ago - Nordcurrent Managing Director Alex Bravve has announced today that Robin Hood: Return of Richard will be joining Sony's PS3 entertainment system and PSP handheld in Minis format via PSN this week for $4.99.
To quote: Today I'd like to talk about our first Minis game called Robin Hood - Return of Richard that will be available on PSN on the 25th of May for $4.99.
Robin Hood is a shooting adventure game set in medieval England. You play as a Robin Hood, trying to defend local towns and villages from cruel enemies.
Robin Hood's gameplay has its roots in classics shooting and hunting games, such as Duck Hunt or Moorhuhn, but with tons of little cool features.
For example, each level has secret objects that you have to find and shoot, and if you find them all, you will get some bonus points. Or here, in Robin Hood, it is not only you who can shoot enemies, but also enemies can shoot you.
Robin Hood consists of 12 levels. All levels are different in terms of visuals as well as villains. As you progress further, you will be facing against new enemies - for example at some point you will meet a nice catapult guys. If you do not...
188w ago - Today Tag Games Managing Director & Founder Paul Farley has announced that Car Jack Streets for PS3 and PSP Minis has arrived on Sony's PSN Store.
To quote: If you haven't heard of the game before, it's best described as an action, driving, and crime game. You play as Randal Meyers, a small-town crook that's run up a million dollars in debt to the Mob... and they want it back!
You need to do whatever you can to pay that debt back, or else you're a dead man. Rob banks, steal cars, do jobs for the crime lords and even deliver pizza if you have to. Just make those payments on time, or else...
Car Jack Streets started life a few years ago when a few Tag Games team members (who also worked on the first Grand Theft Auto games) suggested we try and make a GTA-style game for cell phones.
Trying to cram all that content into a very small device was hard work, but we did it and Car Jack Streets was born! It was very important for us when designing the game that it took into account that most people would play for short periods of time and would probably be traveling or doing other things while playing.
With this in mind we added an innovative real-time element: the time in the game is the...
188w ago - Today Brand Manager Tim Hodges has detailed and dated Championship Manager for both PSP and PS3 Minis, which will hit PlayStation Network at the end of the month.
To quote: Championship Manager 2010 will be available to download from the PlayStation Network around Europe as of the 29th of April for just £4.99 (€5.99). That's less than one week to wait before you can take on one of the toughest jobs on earth.
In addition to the new screenshots you can see here, which also answer a few people's questions about whether or not the game will contain real player and team names, we've also put together a video that shows you a little bit more of the game.
So keep an eye out on the 29th of April for the game to appear on the PlayStation Network and enjoy starting your management career.
190w ago - Today Brand Manager Tim Hodges has revealed that Championship Manager 2010 is coming to both PS3 and PSP Minis via PSN.
To quote: It's great to have this opportunity to tell that you that Championship Manager 2010 is coming to minis on PSP and PS3 very soon.
For those of you that aren't familiar with Championship Manager, or Champ Man as it's known to its fans , it's a football management simulator that allows you to take control of any number of teams from the UK, Europe and beyond.
Controlling all aspects from player training, to transfers, squad selection, match day tactics and more, Champ Man 2010 is your chance to prove all your talk down the pub and from the terraces isn't just hot air.
In this updated version for minis players will be able to manage on the move, with teams from England, France and Italy. Players can look forward to comparing themselves to the managerial greats from around the world to see if you have what it takes to manage your team to success whilst keeping the fans, press, board and players happy. It's a tough job, can you do it?
We've been working closely with Dynamo Games to bring Championship Manager 2010 to minis, ensuring that the game has different features to that of the PC game...