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Introducing Unbound Saga for Sony's PlayStation Portable

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270w ago - Today [Register or Login to view links]'s Senior Producer Mike Kennedy has introduced Unbound Saga for Sony's PSP console, as follows:

Unbound Saga is an old-school, arcade-style brawler that puts you in the shoes of Rick Ajax, a surly comic book tough guy trapped in a world of endless trouble.

The thing is, he knows he's a comic book character, and after 30 years of dealing with one ridiculous plotline after another, he's had about enough. So you get to take him on an epic adventure to escape the pages of the comic in search of The Maker, the mysterious entity responsible for his daily misadventure.

So why make it a brawler? Well, aside from the logical activity perpetuated by the lead character, we frankly couldn't get enough brawlers growing up in the 8-bit and 16-bit days, and there doesn't seem to be enough of 'em coming out any more these days. We were hooked on games like Streets of Rage, Final Fight, TMNT Arcade, X-men Arcade, Captain American and The Avengers, etc.

They were colorful, visceral, over-the-top, and tons of fun. The gameplay was easily accessible, with simple to understand controls – Punch, Kick, Grab, Throw – that could be strung together to pull off easy-to-execute combinations.

There were no blocks,...
 

Video: Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 for PlayStation 3 at E3 2009

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270w ago - Sony's Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein is back, this time with a Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 E3 2009 video for the PlayStation 3 console, as follows:

Towards the tail end of E3, Team Ninja chief Yosuke Hayashi took time to chat (through a translator, as will be readily apparent) about [Register or Login to view links]'s other upcoming PS3-exclusive, Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 (Quantum is the other).

Yes, I realize E3 ended nearly 2 weeks ago, but editing a video translated from Japanese is its own special brand of fun.

Also, this is technically still the latest info about Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, as it hasn't been shown since. Enjoy!




 

New Features in Comet Crash on PlayStation Network Detailed

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270w ago - Today Pelfast Producer Jennifer Pourchot has detailed some new Comet Crash features on PlayStation Network.

To quote: We are pleased to announce that some exciting updates are now available in our first patch.

First, you will notice the new Video Record feature. You can now record gameplay videos to the hard drive or upload directly to your YouTube account. Comet Crash games can be incredibly unique, so I'm looking forward to seeing your videos.

In addition, we added country flags to the scoreboard. You'll have to beat your existing score to get a flag up there. Notice that scores with flags stand out amongst the others, so get them while they're hot!

There are a few other changes as well. You can read more details in the [Register or Login to view links].
 

ESRB Rates Final Fantasy Tactics for PlayStation Network

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270w ago - It looks like Final Fantasy VII isn't the only Final Fantasy game coming to the PSone Classics selection on the PlayStation Store.

The [Register or Login to view links] have recently rated Final Fantasy Tactics for the PlayStation 3 and PSP, meaning it's most definitely on its way to the PlayStation Store.

Let's hope with the second Final Fantasy title coming to the PlayStation Store, that there are more to come.

Maybe we'll soon get Final Fantasy IX, Ehrgeiz, Chrono Cross and other Square PSone titles on the PlayStation Store.

More details to come as they are available!
 

PlayStation 3 Compact Racing Wheel to Launch on June 19, 2009

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270w ago - If you've been looking for a Mario Kart style wheel for your PlayStation 3 console... here it is.

The new 4Gamers PS3 wheel takes full advantage of the SixAxis and Dualshock 3 controllers.

According to Accessories4Technology.com, the device will be released in 5 days on the 19th of June 2009.

Features include:

• Enhances gameplay with all driving games that support SixAxis control
• Fully compatible with the PlayStation 3 SixAxis and DualShock 3 wireless controllers
• Allows full access to all wireless controller buttons and functions
• Chrome effect finish with soft rubber grips adding extra confort to gameplay
 
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