228w ago - Update: SCEE has told GamerZines that Fat Princess will cost £11.99 in the UK.
SCEA Santa Monica Studio Managing Producer Deborah Mars has announced the Fat Princess date today via PlayStation Blog. To quote:
We're proud to announce that Fat Princess will make her royal appearance on the PlayStation Network this Thursday, July 30th for $14.99.
Fat Princess will be released simultaneously worldwide in N. America, Europe and Asia. A Japan release is also in the works, and we'll have more information on that in weeks to come.
The sheer amount of questions submitted was fantastic, and we really appreciate everyone taking the time and effort to come up with some really good ones.
Please check out this interview with Chris Millar and Craig Leigh from Titan Studios for answers to your most burning questions. We'll do our best to follow up and respond to some of the others we weren't able to cover during the interview soon.
241w ago - Criterion Games has both priced and dated the Burnout Paradise 'Cops and Robbers' DLC Pack today for both PSN and XBL.
To quote: Our man on the street says that something big is brewing in Paradise City.
Following reports of increasing levels of criminal activity it looks like the Paradise City Police Department are preparing a massive operation to move the Paradise gold reserves to a safer location.
The criminal underworld is said to be a hive of activity following these startling revelations. Sources close to the PCPD have revealed that a call has gone out to global police forces to come to their assistance.
Everything will come to a head this Thursday when the Cops and Robbers Pack for Burnout Paradise will be available for $9.99 / €9.99 / £7.99 / 800MS from an in-game Burnout Store near you.
Be ready people, Paradise City will never be the same again.
255w ago - In a press demonstration today, thatgamecompany co-founder Jenova Chen gave us a sneak peek at the latter half of Flower, addressing some of our curiosities, while adding a few new mysteries.
Back in December, we got to play through the first three levels of the PSN title, which has you flying around in the dreams of flowers, collecting petals and beautifying the environment. You can read our impressions here and watch us talk about it on The 1UP Show.
But, like many of you out there, we were curious what came next - the first two levels are quite similar in nature, with the third just hinting at things to come. Will Flower have more than four levels? Do you get to do more than fly around in the sunshine? Now we know the answer.
Flower will have seven levels, which Chen estimates will take first-time players approximately two to three hours to play through - a length deliberately chosen to mimic the film-watching experience, complete with the emotional ups, downs, and eventual climax. At the demo, all levels were present, except for the last. And as a bit of a teaser, Chen let us in on a twist: The final level won't be a flower.