26w ago - Square-Enix Senior Product Manager Amritz Lay announced today alongside a PS4 video trailer that Kingdom Hearts III is coming to the PlayStation 4 console!
To quote: You've been wondering if it would ever be announced. You've begged for any ounce of information on it. You've asked for no more spin-offs. You've been asking. We've been listening. And we're overjoyed to finally announce that KINGDOM HEARTS III is officially in development.
We know you're dying to learn so much about KINGDOM HEARTS III - characters, worlds, summons, battle systems, spells, storyline, voice talent, minigames, gummiship xehanort keyblades... wait hold on hold on hold on... let's all take a deep breath together... Phew.
Now that said, what we can tell you thus far is that KINGDOM HEARTS III features an older Sora as the protagonist who sets forth on adventures with Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and other favorite Disney characters.
KINGDOM HEARTS III will harness next generation console technologies to bring an incredibly stunning universe full of new and familiar Disney worlds to life.
So sit back, relax, grab a sea salt ice cream pop, and enjoy the KINGDOM HEARTS III announcement trailer above.
26w ago - Producer Doug Wilson made available a fresh video today spotlighting Sportsfriends for PlayStation Network as part of their E3 2013 update below.
To quote: I'm here to give you an update on our coming PSN game, Sportsfriends. Here's a new teaser:
Last time I posted here, we were still finishing up our Sportsfriends Kickstarter drive. Thanks to some of you, we were successfully funded, and since then we've been working on the games!
We're at E3 this week showing some of the games, directly on PS3 hardware. As part of the E3 fanfare, we want to talk about some of the new features we've been working on.
To start with, let's talk about Super Pole Riders, which has seen a radical overhaul since the free browser version. Below you can see one of the new arenas, illustrated by Bennett himself.
You'll note that there are four players there. The game now supports 1v1 and 2v2. Two-on-two is especially crazy, with poles flying everywhere. We're also thrilled with the new control scheme. It feels nicely direct to rotate your pole using the analog stick.
Hokra, too, will feature some graphical updates and a bunch of new features and arenas. The new arena layouts - which feature walls, different...
27w ago - Sony's Jawad Ashraf of the PlayStation Store Team announced that their E3 2013 PSN sale officially starts today with deals on InFamous, Call of Duty and the KillZone series
Below are the details, to quote: Just a few days to go now until E3 begins! I'm sure everyone is hyped for the show, and many of you are discussing what you think will happen and what you hope to see.
To get in on the hype, we're happy to reveal our E3 sale starting this afternoon, 5th June. Get some fantastic games at fantastic prices, including various titles from franchises such as Call of Duty and inFAMOUS.
Check back next week where we'll have another update.
27w ago - Sony's Jawad Ashraf of the PlayStation Store Team announced that the PSP sale starts today with discounts on Killzone, LBP, GoW, MotorStorm and more below!
Many of you asked for a PSP sale and now you shall receive it! Split over a number of weeks, the first wave of deals focus on our own home-grown first party titles, from LittleBigPlanet to God of War.
You'll notice each title costs almost the same as a Subway lunchtime offer - pretty awesome if I do say so myself. The below offers will run from 5th June for two weeks, when another wave of titles will take over.
28w ago - Codemasters Community Manager Ben Walke announced that Grid 2 starts its engines today alongside a new PS3 trailer below!
To quote: Wow. It's out! It's been over nine months since we announced it and we've been pushing hard to make GRID 2 the best game possible and deliver a worthy sequel. We're ecstatic to see games shipping to stores and we can't wait to hear what you guys think.
There's a lot of asphalt waiting for you on the disc - the streets of Dubai and Paris, sweeping open roads on the California Coast, tight and twisty ribbons on mountains in Japan, and apexes to nail on circuits like Brands Hatch, Red Bull Ring and the Algarve International Circuit.
As you work your way from rookie to global superstar in World Series Racing with ESPN charting your rise, you take in 14 different locations with 80 different routes set across three continents. It is, indeed, a new world of racing.
Of course, you'll be wanting a car. Or in fact many cars. And our car list is carefully chosen. There are no lame ducks or basic models here; instead we give you only the finest examples of automotive engineering from the last four decades.