11w ago - Ubisoft Community Developer Gabriel Graziani shared a video today introducing the cast of Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag which is coming to both PS3 and PS4 platforms.
To quote: We're introducing a full crew of rowdy yet realistic buccaneers, privateers and straight-up pirates in Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag, so we figured you would benefit from a little face-time with the roughest of them.
And who better to cry them out for you than Captain Edward Kenway himself, played by the talented Matt Ryan.
Widely renowned for his incredible charisma and mercurial temper, Captain Edward Kenway is joined by his Quartermaster and closest ally Adewale (played by Tristan D. Lalla.
The pair will quickly find themselves thrown in with the likes of the wiley and terrifying Edward "Blackbeard" Thatch, the gentlemanly yet morally grey Benjamin Hornigold and the downright jolly Stede Bonnet.
Meanwhile, the dauntless privateer Woodes Rogers seeks to eliminate the encroaching pirate threat festering in Nassau. But first, he'll have to contend with the wicked and merciless cut-throat Charles Vane (played by Ralph...
11w ago - Sony Senior Producer Florence Kum shared a new PlayStation 3 trailer video today on the world of Rain on PS3 with details below.
To quote: Hello everyone. Can you remember back in the days when you had time to just sit and dream? Sit and listen to the sound of raindrops against your window, or even watch it form patterns against the outside world?
Rain is the story of an invisible world revealed by falling rain, and the lost creatures that come alive when the clouds roll in. This unique game casts you as a little boy who finds himself lost.
He saw a little girl's silhouette outside in the downpour, but when he went out to find her, he became invisible like her. Now, he must make his way through this world, and since players can only see the character when rain falls on him.
We're pleased to reveal a concept video we have been working on which brings the game to life, playing with your imagination and emotions. Let us know your thoughts!
Also, please don't forget the exclusive pre-order goodies we have lined up for you. This is now up and live on PlayStation Store until 1st...
11w ago - Following up on his previous release and plugin, today PlayStation 3 developer exofreak made available an XML modification to permanently remove the annoying Singstar Icon from PS3 UK consoles complete with a video demo below.
12w ago - Square Enix Product Manager Adrian Chen announced today alongside a new video trailer that Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD for PS3 and PS Vita is coming this Winter.
To quote: It gives me great pleasure to announce that Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster is officially launching this winter.
The team has been hard at work making this beloved game even more beautiful than before, so we're thrilled with the progress so far. While you wait, check out our latest trailer, which we debuted at Tokyo Game Show this week.
Also don't forget that pre-ordering will score you a free upgrade to a Limited Edition art book package, which contains several pieces of original concept art from the early development phases of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 more than ten years ago.
We've also gathered quotes and commentary from several of the original development team members, including a special message to you, the fans, from Producer Yoshinori Kitase!
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12w ago - Sony Computer Entertainment America Associate Product Marketing Manager Derek Osgood invites fans to watch the Beyond: Two Souls PS3 extended TV spot today.
Below are the details, to quote: Hey, PlayStation Fans! Today we're pleased to share the 60-second, extended version of our "Guilt" TV spot.
In this spot, we set out with a couple of different goals. We wanted to give viewers a snapshot of Jodie's story through a series of flashbacks, by highlighting some of the stunning situations she's going to be thrust into by her mysterious connection with the entity, Aiden.
Ultimately, we want you to get a sense for the incredible scope and diversity of Jodie's journey, while understanding the touching and emotional experience that Beyond: Two Souls is going to provide.
Even more so than most games, it's difficult to truly convey what Beyond: Two Souls' story really is in a 60-second video, because of the fact that it spans such a huge section of Jodie's life.
The story itself is also told non-chronologically, so really, to fully understand the Beyond's story, you're going to have to play it for yourself.
We still have a couple more trailers to share with you between now and...