183w ago - A few months ago we caught the first glimpse of the Half Byte Loader for Sony's PSPgo, and although PSP homebrew such as emulators didn't work back then Japanese developer Ruka has just released a Super Nintendo emulator (SNES9X) that now works with HBL on PSPgo consoles.
184w ago - InXile Entertainment Producer David Jaloza has announced that Super Stacker is lined up for PS3 and will be coming tomorrow to PSN for $9.99.
To quote: Remember when you and your classmates stacked brightly colored blocks at school?
Did you love to challenge your friends to make the tallest stack, enjoying the suspense before they all came tumbling down? Sparkworkz reignites your childish enjoyment with Super Stacker for PSN!
Inspired by the game by Gaz Thomas, Super Stacker's popularity pretty much demanded that we captured that fun and take it to the next level. This latest PSN exclusive version of Super Stacker is bursting with 2 new game modes, exclusive artwork, over 100 levels, multiplayer and much more!
We're most excited about the introduction of Competitive and Co-Op Multiplayer. You can now sit down with a friend and either work together to solve a puzzle or see who can stack faster and higher.
The two never-before-seen modes include Present Stacker: stacking blocks toward a particular 'goal', and Unstacker: blasting away dynamite blocks! And you've got to admit, every game is better when you get to blow...
188w ago - Today Producer Yoshinori Ono has officially announced a new Super Street Fighter IV release for Sony's PS3 entertainment system!
To quote: I've listened to PlayStation users voice their opinions for the past 10 years. They've said, "We're waiting for the next numbered sequel to Street Fighter!"
I have to apologize that it took Capcom almost a decade to make the decision... but, I really appreciate your continuous support, and I'm now armed with weapons and armor to fight as Capcom's voice in this tough global market.
189w ago - Today Community Senior Manager Seth Killian has announced news of a Super Street Fighter IV event this Friday hosted by Sony in conjunction with Capcom.
To quote: For those who don't know, we call these things "Fight Clubs" and the concept is pretty simple.
We find an underground location (sometimes literally underground, sometimes just an abandoned warehouse, sometimes a sneaker shop, but you get the idea), and drop a bunch of Street Fighter games in there, then let people throw down in arcade-style, face-to-face combat.
We spice it up with some totally exclusive shirt giveaways, exclusive artwork and giftbags, and maybe... just maybe, some extra epic events.
The party is going down this Friday, April 23rd, from 8pm to midnight, in Los Angeles, CA (in the Silver Lake neighborhood).
We'll post the exact address on Thursday, so stay tuned, but here's a little taste...
192w ago - Earlier today we saw a fresh Metroid: Other M video, and now Nintendo has made available a new Super Mario Galaxy 2 Wii trailer.
The video comes courtesy of cortjezter via YouTube, and is meant to coincide with a recent play session at Nintendo's office, which reveals footage of the new Rock Mario power-up, a "Light Yoshi" power-up, and some new levels.
Gameplay will be similar to the first Super Mario Galaxy, with a focus on platforming based on and around 3D planets with varying sizes and landscapes. The protagonist Mario will be able to ride the bipedal dinosaur Yoshi, who can use his tongue to swing across gaps, as well as eat different fruits that give him different powers, such as speed boosts, the ability to inflate like a balloon, or reveal secret paths.
While the player retains the ability to collect Star Bits with the blue Star Pointer from the first game, the Star Pointer is replaced by a red dot when riding Yoshi, which allows the player to aim and control his tongue. This can be used for swinging off objects, pulling levers or, like in previous games, swallowing enemies and spitting them out.
Old mechanics will be returning from Super Mario Galaxy, such...