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Video: FuturLab's Velocity for PSN - The Soundtrack Story Detailed

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133w ago - FuturLab Managing Director James Marsden has shared some video footage today spotlighting the soundtrack story details of Velocity for PSN.

To quote: Our new game [Register or Login to view links] has been out for a couple of weeks now, and we're delighted with the reception.

We've had superb reviews, so today I'm going to reveal how Velocity's soundtrack came to be, and how it's absolutely essential that you don't give up on something you believe in, ever.

MUSIC

When I was little (7 or 8), I used to tinker on the piano. I couldn't read music, but I could work out how to play a tune after hearing it a couple of times. I used to practice and practice until I had it mastered. I spent a good deal of my younger years messing about with toy keyboards, writing little songs and playing them to people.

However, in secondary school, I infuriated my music teacher because she was trying to skim through many different practical exercises, and all I wanted to do was get the first exercise mastered.

When she mentioned that I was disrupting the class to my parents, I became very insecure about it, and ultimately stopped doing it, deciding that I was actually no good at music after all.



 

Sony European PSN Game Store Updates for May 30, 2012

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133w ago - Sony's Jawad Ashraf of the PlayStation Store Team is here with this weeks European PSN Game Store updates today, as follows:

The much asked for Gravity Rush demo reaches European shores today.

With the ability to control gravity, you play as Kat, lost in a strange city with no memory of her past; you must now save the world from an incoming gravity storm. Experience a sample of the pretty visuals and soothing soundtrack in Gravity Rush.

14 August 1951: the attack on North America has just begun. Resist the brutal Chimeran invasion as Tom Riley, a hardened New York firefighter, as he strikes out alone to find his missing wife and child in Resistance: Burning Skies, an all-new first person shooter for PlayStation Vita.

Now! Fight your rival! Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, previously only available as an upgrade pack, is now available to download from PlayStation Store as a complete game.

If you missed Arcade Edition before, this update brings in 4 new characters Yun, Yang, Evil Ryu and Oni and a whole host of gameplay refinements.

New DLC includes a Starhawk pack for LittleBigPlanet 2, featuring new costumes from the recent game. Batman: Arkham City has an all new expansion revolving around our favourite Clown Prince of Crime's special...
 

PSN Access Restored for PS3 CFW via Rebug 4.11 Version Spoofer!

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133w ago - Today Sony PlayStation 3 hackers Cyberskunk and evilsperm of Team Rebug have released a PS3 4.11 Version Spoofer 2.2 for 3.55 CFW and also a Rebug Update Package 0.7 (3.55.2) which temporarily restores PSN access once again on Custom Firmware!

While this is great news for the time being to play 3.55 titles (3.56+ won't work) online, Sony will likely release a PlayStation 3 Firmware update to block the new method being used in coming days in order to resecure PlayStation Network with an updated PSN Auth X-Platform-Passphrase (which resides in a decrypted VSH.SELF) and prevent PS3 Custom Firmware users from gaining access unfortunately.

If you are unsure if a PlayStation 3 game or patch update will work on PSN via PS3 CFW, simply extract the PARAM.SFO from the PKG and view it using a PS3 PARAM.SFO Editor to examine the PS3_SYSTEM_VER value. If it is 03.5500 or below the game will work online and the patch update can be installed.

Download: PS3 4.11 Version Spoofer 2.2 (3.55 ONLY)

  • 4.11_Version_Spoofer_2.2_355.pkg (scmods.com/rebug/pkg/4.11_Version_Spoofer_2.2_355.pkg)

 

Sony PlayStation Store PS3 and PSN Updates for May 29, 2012

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133w ago - Sony PlayStation Store Director Grace Chen is here with this weeks US PSN updates below, as follows:

It's looking to be another stellar week in the PlayStation Store, with great content coming for both your PS Vita and PS3 systems today!

We start with the launch of Resistance: Burning Skies for PS Vita, which ushers in a new era of portable first-person shooters.

With dual-analog control, robust multiplayer features and amazing weapon functionality, this is one chapter in the Resistance universe you won't want to miss, so be sure to download your copy today from the PlayStation Store.

RipStone's Pure Chess offers something for players regardless of skill level. If you think of yourself as a chess master, match your wits against the genius AI.

With gorgeous looks, asynchronous multiplayer, and amazingly detailed environments to play in, this timeless game finds a whole new life. This awesome game is available today on the PlayStation Store for both PS Vita and PS3.

There's even more must-have downloads for PS Vita owners this week, with the new Nico Nico app and the Gravity Rush demo. With Nico Nico, watch videos from both professional and enthusiast broadcasters.

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Video: Introducing Snapshot, Coming to PS Vita and PS3 This Fall

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133w ago - Retro Affect Software Neurosurgeon David Carrigg has officially announced today that Snapshot is coming to PS Vita and PS3 this Fall alongside a video introducing the video game posted below.

To quote: I'm proud to announce that Snapshot, our 2D puzzle platformer, is coming to PS Vita and PS3 (with cross-platform saves) this fall.

In Snapshot, you control a robot named Pic. Pic carries a high-tech camera that can "capture" and remove objects and parts of the environment. You can then paste the picture back into the world causing all the objects to come tumbling back out. If you're looking for a new puzzle game with a twist, keep reading!

The game begins with Pic powering on for the first time in a dusty abandoned laboratory. Uncertain about his purpose and why he was built, he wanders into the forest that surrounds the laboratory.

This is where you'll first start to use your camera to take photographs of objects. The first chapter of the game will hit you with a series of puzzles involving moving objects around within the levels, and it's easier than you think.

If you want to reposition a box, simply snap a photo to capture it, then paste the picture back into the world and watch the box fall back out of it.



 
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