262w ago - Note: There are spoilers about Resistance 2's story and ending contained within this rumor.
Resistance 3 rumors are already surfacing on the Internet. Apparently, the follow up will be announced in February 2009 along with the first bunch of screens and solid details on the game with a view to the game being released November 10th exclusively on the PlayStation 3.
To quote: Today I've received news on a new rumor, this time about Resistance 3, yes you heard me right, RESISTANCE 3. I know that Resistance 2 has just been released in UK/Europe today and this may seem premature, but this news comes from the same person who gave me the rumor on the MGS4 Expansion Pack, which became a hot topic of discussion.
This rumor suggests that SCEA and Insomniac Games will officially announce Resistance 3 in February 2009 along with the first collection of screenshots and the first details of the game, the rumor also suggests that you will play as Cappelli (Member of SRPA) and that Resistance 3 does indeed pick up exactly where Resistance 2 ended, the rumor also said that SCEA and Insomniac Games are planning on releasing Resistance 3 Exclusively for the PlayStation 3 in November 2010
If you've completed Resistance 2 then you'll remember that Cappelli shot Nathan Hale through the...
262w ago - Mediumgauge has updated PSP Filer today, a file management application designed for PSP. For those who don't know, PSP Filer allows users to edit, copy, delete, and transfer files on the memory stick and flash memory.
- fixed a bug to be frozen while accessing UMD (depending on CFW's version).
- added a feature to scroll left to draw file names wider in deep folders.
- fixed a bug to have shown a wrong bit rate of VBR MP3 file.
- fixed a bug that some MP3 file cannot be played which has a large (>64KB) header.
262w ago - Sony Computer Entertainment Europe launched a competition today where development studios are invited to submit prototypes for a chance to win 10,000 GBP awarded to the five selected, totaling £50,000.
To quote: Sony is to launch the Get in the Game project tonight, offering five developers the chance to receive GBP 10,000 to prototype new content for the PlayStation Network.
The company will be holding a free workshop in December to provide better insight into working with the format holder, with attendees invited to pitch ideas to a panel of Sony execs and producers.
The panel will then select five companies to receive the GBP 10,000 to prototype their ideas over the first three months of 2009. Prototypes will then be shown to Sony Europe with the possibility of going into full production.
The competition is in conjunction with Northwest Vision and Media and is designed to support the games industry in the Northwest region.