124w ago - Sony Senior Social Media Specialist Rey Gutierrez has posted up the new PS3 and PSN releases for this coming week today, as follows:
Fans of Shin Megami Tensei: Persona will feel right at home when our friends over at Atlus, bring their unique style of horror, puzzle-platformer and adventure to the PS3 with Catherine.
Travis Touchdown arrives stateside with the help of the PlayStation Move in the cult hit, No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise, when its demo drops on PSN this week.
Axe wielding dwarfs, fearless future soldiers, flying DeLoreans, and legendary warriors join the PSN cast of characters, expanding our digital library of classic titles and fresh new games.
Catherine - Vincent likes his girlfriend. Katherine's pretty, smart, and successful. Trouble is, she's starting to talk about long-term commitment, something Vincent's spent his entire life avoiding. Since romantic complications are the last thing he wants to deal with, Vincent meets his friends for their regular night of drinks.
Little does he know that he's about to be blindsided by a beautiful, seductive, irresistible freight train named Catherine. Suddenly, he's hung over in bed next to the most beautiful...
124w ago - Sony PlayStation Store Director Grace Chen has revealed today the PlayStation Plus July to August 2011 update, which includes 4 new free games!
To quote: Summer is just starting to sizzle, and we have some amazing content offers coming to PlayStation Plus that will keep you gaming all through the hottest season of the year.
Before we get to the offers available starting July 26th and August 2nd, we are thrilled to let you know that the critically-acclaimed title Limbo is now available for $11.99 (a 20% discount) to all PlayStation Plus members, until August 1st.
You may also notice a change in the look of the Plus category on PlayStation Store. We've updated the design to make it easier for members to navigate through the 100+ offers available, and grouped everything together in a way to easily identify what's being offered. Here's a rundown on what you'll see on PlayStation Store's Plus page:
New Releases: Find the weekly Tuesday updates for PlayStation Plus. We'll still feature the bigger bi-weekly offers which will cover the monthly free games, along with discounts and exclusives, and there will continue to be smaller updates throughout the month.
Last Chance: You should snag these offers quick, as they'll end the upcoming Tuesday.
125w ago - Sony PlayStation Store Director Grace Chen is here with the US PSN updates today, as follows:
Get 50% off the award-winning Add-ons from 2K Titles including Borderlands, BioShock 2, and Mafia II. Pick up a bundle and get 66% off for a single title. PlayStation Plus user? Get 75% the Borderland full bundle which includes the full Game of the Year from 2009 and all four Add-Ons. Offers valid through 8/1/11.
In addition, be sure to check out various sales on Electronic Arts Racing titles & TikGames-Creat Studio games.
A full slate of PS3 Games releasing today that includes Limbo, Fast Draw Showdown, Dead Block, Baseball Stars 2 & The King of Fighters '95. Also, check out the Japan PS1 Import - Kyuiin. For PSP, there is Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions along with Baseball Stars 2 & The King of Fighters '95.
On the PlayStation Plus side, be sure to check out the (2) Free minis - Guerrilla War and Me Monstar: Hear Me Roar & the deep discounts available for TikGames-Creat Studios games. Enjoy!
Here is the weekly PlayStation Store update:
Featured Games & DLC
Guerilla War minis (Free with Plus, a $2.99 value)
125w ago - Candygun Games Managing Director Roger Joswig has announced today that Dead Block hits PlayStation Network on July 19 and has shared a video trailer for the PSN title below.
To quote: I'm writing for our small game development start-up Candygun Games based in Hamburg, Germany.
We've just finished our first original game: Dead Block - A 1950's Horror B-Movies inspired action defense game. I'm very happy to bring Dead Block to PS3 gamers via PSN on July 19th in the U.S!
Dead Block is a zombie game set in America's 1950s during the birth of rock 'n roll music – a music so bad, so evil that it summons the dead from their graves to eat brains!
Luckily, you are protected inside a building and you know how to defend yourself with blockades and traps. The game is a third-person action strategy mix with an old-school B-movie horror theme and cartoon-inspired art direction. Dead Block doesn't take itself too seriously; humor is a big part of the game's presentation.
During gameplay, you'll be trapped inside the building and you can use everything you find in order to build blockades and wicked traps. If zombies break in, players fight the intruders with smart bombs and rock 'n roll music. Single-player and up to four player split-screen is supported.