276w ago - New video content is now available on the PlayStation store, this week's update comprises of 12 TV shows and upwards of 30 feature films. Enjoy!
* American Dad, Season 1
* Ben 10: Alien Force, Season 1
* Burn Notice, Season 1 & 2
* Crime 360, Season 1
* Futurama, Season 1 & 2
* Galaxy Railways, Season 1
* MADtv, Season 13
* Rescue Me, Season 4
* The First 48, Season 7
* The Unit, Season 2
* Til Death, Season 2
* Xam'd: Lost Memories, Season 1
* Alien 3
* Be Cool
* Blade Runner - Director's Cut
* Broken Arrow
* First Sunday
* From Hell
* Garden State
* Hide And Seek
* I Heart Huckabees
* Independence Day
* Just Married
* Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow
* Pee-wee's Big Adventure
* Planet Of The Apes
* Police Academy 7: Mission to Moscow
* Predator 2
* Prom Night
* Rocky II
* Romeo + Juliet
* Superman III
* The List
* The Ninth Gate
* The Other Boleyn Girl
* Toy Soldiers
* Uptown Girls
276w ago - Per Grace Chen (Senior Manager, PLAYSTATION Store) today:
Hey, everyone. It's time again for the PLAYSTATION Store weekly update.
The Last Guy ($9.99)
You are the chosen one, a zombie hero from the Himalayan mountains, and it is up to you to rescue the last survivors on Earth by leading them to safety through zombie-infested streets. Make your way through 15 detailed real-world cities, shown from a classic arcade style overhead view, and lead them to the Escape Zone before time runs out in this frantic, addictive game. Download the full game today!
ESRB Rated E10+
File size: 605 MB
Add-on Game Content
Warhawk Fallen Star Pack ($7.99)
Download the Warhawk Operation Fallen Star Booster Pack today to experience the fast-paced action of Warhawk like never before! Infantry take flight with the fast and deadly Icarus Mk.1 Rocket Pack in the remote, forested Tau Crater battlefield, the crash site of an experimental Chernovan capital ship. Rejoin the unfriendly skies with Operation Fallen Star!
File size: 172 MB
Warhawk Booster Combo ($15.99)
Purchase three Warhawk Booster Packs for the price of two! Booster Combo includes the Warhawk Operation: Omega Dawn, Operation: Broken Mirror,...
276w ago - While the wait for Sony to confirm a long overdue release date for Home, it's just confirmed that PS3 owners in Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan will get access to the online virtual world this autumn.
Sony will also begin closed beta testing in the region in mid-September, the release confirms (via Kotaku), with details of how to get in on that appearing on the official site tomorrow.
As it stands, Home is expected out here in autumn too, and SCEE president David Reeves promised that it was well on track for that release.
However, both E3 and the Leipzig Games Convention have passed without a mention of Home's release.
276w ago - From Elixor of the European PlayStation boards:
This week's store update brings the following:
[FREE] The Last Guy
[FREE] NHL 09
[4,99 EUROS] Buzz! Junior Jungle Party
[19,99 EUROS] Medal of Honor Heros 2 (PSP)
[5,99 EUROS] Warhawk - Operation Fallen Star
E3 2008 - Far Cry 2
Movement - London: Back in the UK
Movement - Bianca Rose Interview
Movement - Doll's House: I Hate Today
Movement - Doll's House Interview
Movement - London: Doing the Tourist Thing
Movement - Bianca Rose: What Will Remain
Movement - Doll's House: 9988
Movement - Bianca Rose: Rainy Nights
276w ago - According to Gamer.tm, SEGA's latest PS3 exclusive Initial D: Extreme Stage which launched in Japan not only looks bad but also plays bad.
They note that the game looks like little more than a high-res PS2 title, and the game play sucks with "floaty handling and iffy collision detection aplenty."
To quote: Unfortunately, it seems that SEGA's usual top form has deserted it on this occasion, as our exclusive screenshot gallery shows.
Although there are no obvious faults with the game's graphics, it must be said that - between the flat textures, the lack of detail and the primitive special effects - there's not a lot right with it, either.
Indeed, we'd go so far as to say it looks like little more than a high-res PS2 title.
Unfortunately, the gameplay doesn't help much either, with 'floaty' handling and iffy collision detection aplenty.