158w ago - Yesterday we reported that the Split/Second PS3 demo arrived on PSN, and today SCEE's Social Media Manager Jem Alexander has shared a video interview with the game's producer Jason Reid.
To quote: We were very happy to have the producer of Split/Second, Jason Reid, over to our offices recently to show us the final build of the game. I got some hands-on time with it and it's looking really great.
I'm not a fan of driving games normally, so I was surprised to find myself losing track of time. This is a racing game that aspires to be a Hollywood movie in the style of Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer -- a level of explosions, slow motion and large scale destruction that it easily lives up to.
After quite a lengthy play session I got Jason on camera to discuss the game -- from the developers' inspirations to the game modes and those ever-present explosions. If you give your eyes a slight nudge downwards you'll find the video sitting there, waiting for you.
163w ago - Today Associate Producer William Weissbaum has shared an exclusive God of War III music video interview dubbed 'Even Gods Cry' on the PlayStation Blog.
To quote: With the recent release of the God of War III Ultimate Edition, many of you, when not busy swinging those double deadly Blades of Chaos, have been rocking nonstop to the sounds of the God of War: Blood & Metal album.
One of the tracks in particular has been gaining rapidly in popularity, "Even Gods Cry" by The Turtlenecks. With its haunting melody and thoughtful lyrics, it's no wonder that it has many fans tapping their feet and scratching their heads.
After much pleading and begging Matthew Cappiello and Noah Belson, the illusive Turtlenecks themselves, agreed to allow the PS.Blog to have the world exclusive premiere of the "Even Gods Cry" music video.
Better yet they were kind enough to sit down with me and answer a few questions providing some true insight to the men behind the music.
What Inspired you to write "Even Gods Cry"?
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165w ago - SCEA Santa Monica Studios Associate Producer Matt Morton has shared a video trailer today alongside details of Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake for Sony's PSP console.
To quote: I'm VERY excited to be talking today about Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake, and to let everyone know that you will be able to have your very own copy beginning Tuesday, April 27 via the PlayStation Store or UMD at participating retail outlets!
Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake is everything you love about Fat Princess on the PS3, and it fits right in the palm of your hand. Plus, there are even more slices of cakey goodness in the PSP version, as we've added additional content to this wonderful game.
We've got new game modes, new maps, a new extended storyline for single player.... heck, there is just a LOT of fun to be had with Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake!
166w ago - Sony's Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein has shared a video interview today with Blade Kitten PSN Developer Steve Stamatiadis, as follows:
Last month, Krome Studios Steve Stamatiadis introduced you to Blade Kitten, an upcoming hi def 2D action game coming exclusively to PSN this Spring. It's about time we hear more about the cat-girl with the pink hair, yeah?
Good thing "Space Captain" Steve flew in from Brisbane, Australia to show off Blade Kitten to us during GDC.
In this interview, Steve talks about the game's origins as a comic-book-meant-to-be-the-origin-for-a-game, the game's vivid art style, and when you're going to get to play it - along with some never-before-seen video.
Let us know what you think so far, and I'll pass your feedback to Krome!