166w 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!
190w ago - Today SCEA Producer Taku Imasaki has shared a video interview with Jay Leno discussing Gran Turismo for the PlayStation Portable.
To quote: As many of you might know, comedian and nightly talk-show host Jay Leno is a gearhead through and through. His passion for cars is legendary, and so is his vast garage.
It was in this very garage that the Qore crew caught up with Jay to talk about his inclusion in the upcoming Gran Turismo title for PSP, which is due out this Thursday, Oct 1 on UMD and as a digital download.
Jay Leno lent his iconic voice to Gran Turismo game and his Voice Over can be heard from the first time you fire up the game on PSP. Check out the video segment below that ran in the September issue of Qore on PSN.
Keep an eye on the PlayStation Blog for more Gran Turismo updates this week.
For more on Gran Turismo for PSP, check out the new GT Web site.
199w ago - Today Social Media Senior Specialist Chris Morell has shared a new Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny PSP interview detailing Kratos gameplay via PlayStation Blog.
To quote: We saw Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny when it was announced for the PSP back in April, and again at E3 where Kratos was officially revealed as a playable character.
Well, this time Namco Bandai stopped by to talk more Kratos, his moves and more, as well as what's new and exclusive to the first PSP version of Soulcalibur, and you'll catch some of his gameplay in between my chat with Senior Brand Manager Dennis Lee.
212w ago - Today Dylan Cuthbert, President and Executive Producer of Q-Games Ltd., shared a PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe PSP video interview via Sony's PlayStation Blog.
To quote: We pulled out all the stops and decided to make this the ultimate version of PJ Monsters, so we didn't just add a new island, we've gone through and added new monsters, new towers, and a whole new island. On top of that we've added loads of goodies, concept art, and a bunch of new tunes and even some art videos from Otograph.
We've basically gone and packed it with everything we could possibly think of, so we are calling the game PixelJunk Monsters DELUXE!
The original islands are also in there but they have been "remixed" to include the newer types of monsters and get you to use the newer towers.
I'll write another blog entry in a short while where I'll go through the new towers and their abilities, but they are a lot of fun to use and add a whole new layer of strategy to the game.
Oh... on a final note, we'll be supporting WiFi multiplayer, so you can play with other people on their PSPs. There are some cool ideas in this and a fun little icon language to let you talk to each other while playing but just this alone requires an entire...