161w ago - SCEA Producer Emerson Escobar has announced today that EyePet for PSP is now available in retail stores, and is looking for a good home at $39.99 which includes the required camera and Magic Card.
To quote: EyePet first made its way into living rooms and melted hearts across North America in September, when it was introduced for the PS3 alongside the PlayStation Move.
In stores for the PSP starting today, EyePet is now able to explore the outside world! Using a PSP camera and Magic Card, both included with the game, your furry little buddy is now totally portable and capable of being your loyal companion no matter where you go.
With EyePet for the PSP, you can play with your pet in any environment: your lap, a desk, a swing, a bus, on your dog's back–the possibilities are endless.
Just throw the included Magic Card onto whatever surface you choose, focus your new PSP camera on it, and EyePet will appear, ready to play!
Here're some things you should know in order to get acquainted with this cute little critter:
• EyePet reacts to your every move. Go ahead and stroke it or poke it with your finger, blow into the microphone to see its hair flow, make loud sounds to scare it, and much, much more.
• EyePet loves fun. This little...
162w ago - SCEA Associate Product Manager Ken Chan has unveiled Deimos for God of War III alongside some new GOW: Ghost of Sparta PSP skins today.
To quote: November 2nd is only a few short days away, and we thought it was only fair that we give our Spartan Army a sneak peek at all the various skins you get to experience within Ghost of Sparta, and also a first gameplay glimpse of Deimos within God of War III.
Here to walk you through each of the skins is the Game Director of God of War: Ghost of Sparta, Dana Jan.
Just for comparison, I thought I would throw in Kratos in his standard gear for a direct comparison. Some interesting notes about the default model:
We reworked it and improved a lot of things including better textures, specular shine on the metal (belt, shin guard, weapons), his goatee was fixed (Chains of Olympus didn't have an alpha channel on it), his face I more expressive due to new facial rig, and subtle improvements like the red tattoo having a softened edge so it looks better up close. The blades were all remodeled to match the Blades of Athena as seen in God of War II as well.
Ghost of Sparta
Throughout the game, Kratos sees visions of his past. We came up with a 'look' or visual style for these...