108w ago - PlayStation Community Manager MusterBuster has unveiled Access TV episode 8 today, which spotlights the open world of Saints Row: The Third among the features outlined below.
To quote: The weekend is nearly here, so to help you through those last few hours of weekly toil, we've got the latest episode of Access to bathe your eyes in.
Game of the Week this time around is THQ's open-world gang 'em up, Saints Row: The Third. As well as taking an extensive look at the game's crazy antics, there's developer insight from Volition's Greg Donovan and Scott Phillips to enjoy.
Like the odd bit of dressing up? Then make sure you check out Access' visit to the London Comic Con, as they get up close and personal to an army of dedicated cosplayers, plus get to grips with some of PS3's most current blockbusters, including Assassin's Creed: Revelations and Street Fighter X Tekken.
It's not all about the games this week either, as PS3's premier music video service, VidZone, can attest.
Access visited the re-launch party in London and spoke to VidZone's Jon Pike and Adrian Workman about...
109w ago - Following up on their previous update, today PlayStation Community Manager MusterBuster has unveiled Access Episode 7 PSN footage below.
To quote: If you can tear yourselves away from your glossy new copies of Uncharted 3 for just ten minutes, you'll see there's a brilliant new episode of Access waiting for you on the PlayStation Store.
Bethesda's soaring RPG epic, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim lights up Game of the Week, complete with gorgeous new footage to ogle - including plenty of dragons and big, shouty magic spells (fans of cute rabbits, be warned).
There's the usual news round-up and PlayStation Store highlights to look forward to as well, the latter including a look at upcoming PSN title Hydrophobia and the vampire-themed Festival of Blood pack for Infamous 2.
Elsewhere, be sure to soak up the Battlefield 3 multiplayer advice with DICE Executive Producer Patrick Bach, and make doubly sure you check out Nolan North clambering about Sony's offices and strangling Access cameraman Dan Read...
110w ago - Today PlayStation Access Community Manager MusterBuster has unveiled some PlayStation Access episode 6 footage for fans below.
To quote: It's Friday again (huzzah!) which means that we have a new episode of Access for you readers.
Episode 6 has a line-up choked with blockbuster brilliance, with Uncharted 3 blazing a trail of awesome through Game of the Week.
And there's more Uncharted too, in the form of the treasure hunt event that recently took place in the blistering deserts of Jordan. Follow the UK's contender as he battles with the elements and a couple of grumpy camels.
There are also the Access regulars to enjoy: a round-up of all the latest PS3 news plus a look at what's hot right now on the PlayStation Store.
To round things off, make sure you check out a behind-the-scenes look at the new Access Magazine - a free, quarterly publication now available at selected high street stores country-wide.
Access is free to download for all UK PSN users every Wednesday from the PlayStation Store.
111w ago - Following up on their previous update, today Sony PlayStation Access Community Manager MusterBuster has made available Access Episode 5.
To quote: Episode 5 of Access is now online and available right here for your viewing pleasure. Pleasure being the operative word, because heading the line-up this week is EA's eye-meltingly beautiful first-person destruct 'em up, Battlefield 3.
The rest of the show is also stuffed with hi-def excellence, including an inside look at the recent Access Live event in Bristol, a round up of the latest news and all the best content from the PlayStation Store, including hot servings of DLC for both Resistance 3 and Dragon Age 2.
There's also a sneak-peak at upcoming short film, The Hero's Journey - directed by Blood Diamond's Ed Zwick and featuring Naughty Dog's Amy Hennig, and Uncharted star, Nolan North.
To watch Access before anyone else, UK users can download each episode for free every Wednesday from the PlayStation Store, with every show then uploaded to YouTube every Friday.