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Video: PlayStation Eye Chat: Shatter for PSN

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283w ago - Sony's Social Media Senior Specialist Chris Morell shared a PlayStation Eye Chat: Shatter for PSN video interview this weekend.

To quote: The kind folks at developer Sidhe agreed to participate in the PSB's first-ever video interview using the PlayStation Eye. And considering the company resides down in New Zealand, it's just about the only way to get them talking in-person.

Shatter is like Arkanoid on steroids...and we mean that in the most positive way. Here, Managing Director Mario Wynands talks about the game's slick graphics, power-ups and unique push/pull gameplay that makes this PSN game the real deal.

And what do you think of the PS3 Video Chat format via the Eye? Drop a comment and let us know... it could be a great way to conduct interviews with folks from across the globe.




 

PlayStation Network Video Content Update for June 26, 2009

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283w ago - PlayStation Store Senior Manager Grace Chen has detailed this weekend's PSN video content update, to quote:

Here are this week's new releases and top downloads for the Video Store. This week we've added the following new content:

HD Movies

•Pulse
• Bachelor Man
• Daredevil
• Date Movie
• Date Movie (Unrated)
• I Want Candy
• Inkheart
• Mr. Troop Mom
• Poison Ivy 4: The Secret Society
• Wicker Park

Movies

• Bachelor Man
• I Want Candy
• Inkheart
• Mr. Troop Mom
• Nobody's Fool
• Operation Valkyrie
• Poison Ivy 4: The Secret Society
• Pulse
• The Pink Panther 2
• Waltz With Bashir
• Wicker Park

HD TV Shows

• 4th and Long | Season 1 "Great Sacrifices, Great Rewards"
• Burn Notice | Season 3 "End Run"
• Kings | Season 1 "The Sabbath Queen"
• Rescue Me | Season 5 "Disease"

TV

• 4th and Long | Season 1 "Great Sacrifices, Great Rewards"
• Attack of the Show | Season 2009 "Best of 6/20/09″
• Batman: The Brave and the Bold | Season...
 

Video: The Punisher: No Mercy PSN Exclusive Debut Trailer

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283w ago - IGN has made available a debut trailer video for the upcoming PSN exclusive title The Punisher: No Mercy today.

For those wondering, this title under development from Zen Studios utilizes the Unreal Engine, and is slated for a PlayStation 3 release on July 2, 2009.

The game will be an arena based first-person shooter, with the first four arenas available at launch including New York, docks and factories. The player will only be able to carry three weapons at a time to convey a sense of realism.

The story mode will consist of four matches played on different maps with different game types. Before playing, players will be required to select a mod which will advantage the player.

The game will include a multiplayer and online play, which will contain deathmatch, one vs many and co-op.




The player will not be able to drive vehicles, however, there will be a total of eight playable characters, each with their own unique abilities.
 

Columbia Adapting Drake's Fortune Video Game for Feature Film

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283w ago - Columbia is developing the Uncharted: Drake's Fortune video game into a feature film, setting Kyle Ward to pen the adaptation that would be produced by Avi Arad, Charles Roven, Ari Arad and Alex Gartner.

To quote: The story follows a descendent of explorer Sir Francis Drake, a treasure hunter named Nate Drake who believes he has learned the whereabouts of El Dorado, the fabled South American golden city, from a cursed golden statue.

The search becomes competitive when a rival hunter joins the fray, then is racheted up several notches when creatures - actually mutated descendants of Spaniards and Nazis - begin attacking those hoping to learn the treasure's true secrets.

More details to follow as they become available!
 

Video: First Look at Sony's New PSP Go Console

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283w ago - We have already seen the PSP Go specifications and accessories, so today CNET's David Carnoy has shared a hands-on [Register or Login to view links] (embed currently isn't compatible).

To quote: We don't have anything new or earth-shattering to report other than to say we like the smaller design, and the PSP Go does feel pretty good resting in your hands.

Oh, and we also have some video shot with a Flip UltraHD (sorry the tight shots aren't sharper but the Flip just isn't good at close-ups).

The PSP Go ($250) is set for release this October.
 
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