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Video: Venture Into the Tokyo Jungle on PlayStation Network Today

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104w ago - Sony Assistant Producer Dais Kawaguchi has made available a video today announcing that fans can venture into the Tokyo Jungle on PlayStation Network beginning today!

To quote: For those who have been patiently waiting for TOKYO JUNGLE'S western release, I'm happy to announce that it will finally be available on PSN today for $14.99!

We are also releasing DLC animals, a PS3 dynamic theme and free costumes so please make sure to check them out.

I've got great news for PlayStation Plus members: You'll be able to get TOKYO JUNGLE at a 20% discount for two weeks (until October 9th)!

In addition, we are giving away four DLC animals for free! These animals will only be free for one week (until October 2nd), so don't miss out!




 

Paintown PS3 Homebrew Game v3.6.0 Update is Now Available

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108w ago - Following up on the previous updates, PS3 homebrew game Paintown version 3.6.0 is now available with the changes detailed below.

Download: [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] (Mirror)

To quote: This update covers the usual bug fixes, smoother pixels and added zip/seven zip support. Also note that those running 3.55 DEX can also enjoy this game.

Changelog:

  • Added XBR and HQX scaling algorithms to smooth out pixels at higher window sizes
  • Can load data from .zip and .7z files

Mugen:

  • Fixed many bugs
  • Projectiles work
  • Helpers work





 

Legendary RPG Alundra Ventures Into PSN Store PS One Classics

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110w ago - Gaijinworks President Victor Ireland has announced today that the Legendary RPG Alundra is venturing into the PSN Store under PS One Classics!

To quote: I remember being at Tokyo Game Show the first time I saw Alundra. It was in the Sony booth on a single monitor in line with a number of other titles, with little signage.

There wasn't even an attendant managing the area. Important games often have multiple monitors, lots of signage and possibly special happenings as well as a person assigned to work the area, answer questions, help with gameplay, etc. Alundra had none of that.

The presentation at that Tokyo Game show was a metaphor for the game itself - confident, yet unassuming. But appearances can be deceptive - and that was never truer than with Alundra.

I knew what I was looking at the moment I laid eyes on it. I let out a little gasp - OMG, is... is that a new Landstalker game? The look of the main character and the isometric perspective was unmistakable.

I could scarcely believe it was what I thought it was. I tracked down someone to help me in the best Japanese I could muster. They kindly got me in touch with one of the staff working on the title.

"Is this a Landstalker sequel?" I asked, barely able to hide my excitement. No,...
 

Video: Ellen Page and David Cage Dive Into the World of Beyond

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114w ago - Sony Senior Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein has shared a video today showcasing Ellen Page and David Cage's journey into the World of Beyond below.

To quote: PlayStation always strives to deliver engaging performances for its titles by utilizing incredible talent. Who can forget Nolan North's performance as UNCHARTED's Nathan Drake?

BEYOND: Two Souls pushes immersion to the next level by pairing top Hollywood talent with the latest in full performance capture technology.

At last week's San Diego Comic-Con, I sat down with Academy Award nominee [Register or Login to view links], who's playing the lead role of Jodie Holmes, and Quantic Dream writer/director David Cage.

How did the star of films like Juno and Inception come to work with [Register or Login to view links] in BEYOND: Two Souls? And what does this level of talent mean for the game? Let them tell you:





To see more from BEYOND: Two Souls, and meet some of the game's other talent (including Kadeem Hardison), catch highlights from the Comic-Con panel here.
 

Video: Step Into The TARDIS with Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock

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123w ago - Sony BBC Worldwide Executive Producer Simon Harris has announced today that Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock will arrive on PSN May 23rd, and has invited PS3 fans to step into the TARDIS in a video posted below.

To quote: The wait is over!

We are very pleased to announce that Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock will be available to download globally for the PS3 on the PlayStation Network from Wednesday, May 23rd and at UK retail outlets from May 25th.

We really appreciate your patience as we've been making sure the game is perfect for all you eager fans!




 
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