69w ago - Today Capcom Product Marketing Manager John Diamonon has officially revealed Resident Evil 6 for PlayStation 3 alongside a video trailer below!
To quote: Ni Hao PlayStation Playas, this is John Diamonon, the Brand Manager for Resident Evil in North America, and it's been a while my friends.
Last time I was here, I announced MvC3 and you were all like, "Yeah!" This time, I have news that's gonna make you say, "EFF yeah!"
It's my pleasure to announce that the next installment of the canonical Resident Evil series, Resident Evil 6, returns on November 20, 2012.
That gives you a whole month to enjoy the game (enjoy life really) before the end of the Mayan calendar when the real zombie apocalypse happens. We figure you might need some practice killing the infected to prepare yourself.
Oops. Did I say zombies? Resident Evil 6 has zombies? Watch the trailer and find out.
WHAAAAATTTTT??? Man, when I had hair in the 90's, it looked exactly like Leon's. I seriously think there's No Hope Left for his doo. He needs a fade or something.
Anyway, comment below and tell me what you think. Oh. It might be a day before I get...
74w ago - CCP Game Designer Remnant has revealed details today on the dropsuits in DUST 514 for the PlayStation 3 entertainment system.
To quote: How do you build a better warrior? Militaries have tried for centuries to answer that question, but you'll be able to figure it out for yourself when DUST 514 launches next year.
Infantry dropsuits are designed to protect and sustain the wearer in even the harshest environments. Different dropsuits offer specific bonuses to speed, mobility, defense and configurability.
Like starships and planetary vehicles, dropsuits come in a variety of shapes and sizes, each with a unique slot configuration and powergrid (PG) and CPU that inform the decisions you make when customizing your chosen dropsuit.
The number and type of slots determine the modules (interchangeable hardware components that enhance or otherwise alter the functionality of the dropsuit), weapons, and equipment you can fit. The slot types available on dropsuits are as follows:
The three weapon slots - Light, Heavy, and Sidearm - cascade. That is, a Heavy slot can be fitted with a Sidearm, Light or Heavy weapon and, similarly, a Light slot...
75w ago - Naughty Dog Co-President Evan Wells has revealed The Last of Us, exclusively for PS3, at 2011 VGAs today with a PlayStation 3 video trailer below!
To quote: Videos have been flying around all week about a new PS3 exclusive called The Last of Us.
It was revealed at this year's VGAs and we're very excited to confirm that The Last of Us is developed by Naughty Dog Inc, the creators behind the UNCHARTED, Jak and Daxter, and Crash Bandicoot series.
Neil Druckmann, Creative director and Bruce Straley, Game Director chime in below to divulge what The Last of Us is all about.
The Last of Us is a genre-defining experience that blends survival and action elements to tell a character driven tale about a modern plague decimating mankind.
Nature encroaches upon civilization, forcing remaining survivors to kill for food, weapons and whatever they can find. Joel, a ruthless survivor, and Ellie, a brave young teenage girl who is wise beyond her years, must work together to survive their journey across what remains of the United States.
80w ago - Activision's Social Media Manager Dan Amrich has revealed PS3 walkthrough details today for Call of Duty Elite on the PlayStation 3 entertainment system below.
To quote: Call of Duty players all have one big thing in common: Call of Duty. Sounds obvious, I know, but I think that's enough.
Now, some of you reading this are fantastic Call of Duty players. Some of you stink on ice. Let me slide over on this big block of frozen water to make room for you folks in the latter camp. Come sit next to me and we can talk about why we always seem to be on the wrong end of a noob tube.
That said, the gap between the masters and the students is not that wide. We're all playing for the same reason - Call of Duty games are fun, that's all. I'll always take an opportunity to learn and improve, but even when I get my rear handed to me online, as long as I enjoy the company of the people I'm playing with, I'm more likely to leave a session laughing, regardless of KDR.
This is where Call of Duty Elite comes in. Not many games have 30 million people playing them, so the idea behind Elite was to give all those players a common ground - a service that would help them connect, compete, and improve. We're all playing...