30w ago - Executive Producer Larry Liberty announced today that DC Universe Online: Origin Crisis PS3 DLC is bringing quantum powers to fans.
Below are the details, to quote: I'm thrilled to finally announce that Origin Crisis, the seventh DLC for DC Universe Online - goes live today. Origin Crisis is one of our most action-packed and, easily, our most challenging DLC to date, introducing some amazing group and solo missions.
It is the culmination of many important events, and represents some vital new practices for DC Universe Online. The storyline is fantastic, and reminiscent of some of the great comic book story arcs involving alternate universes and the characters that originate within them.
Who wouldn't want to meet the Council of Batmen or Council of Lex Luthors, and alter the origin of the most iconic characters in the DC Universe? Origin Crisis picks up where our third DLC, The Battle for Earth, left off - after heroes and villains united against Brainiac, stopping his plans to remake the multiverse in his image.
After Brainiac's defeat, Future Lex Luthor's designs on the Nexus of Reality and its promise of near-infinite power were revealed. The last we saw of that story, Future Batman arrived to stop Lex. It's been fifteen months since those events, and now we get to see...
56w ago - PlayStation Digital Platforms Community Manager Morgan Haro has announced today that fans can solve a Quantum Conundrum free on PlayStation Plus as part of this week's update!
To quote: Last week, we revealed that Resident Evil 5 would be free for PS Plus members. Now we're welcoming Quantum Conundrum into the Instant Game Collection.
It's a ground-breaking title in its own right, so read on to learn a bit more about it, along with another great deal for Plus members. This update's content will be in effect with the November 13th PS Store Update.
November 13th PlayStation Plus Update
Free for Plus Members
Designed by Kim Swift (one of the original developers of the classic game Portal), Quantum Conundrum is an amazing first person puzzler which gives you the power to hop through different dimensions, manipulating the very physical traits of the world around you in real time on a quest to save your inventor Uncle, Professor Fitz Quadwrangle!
Check out IGN's video review of the game below to find out why Quantum Conundrum is super clever, a ton of fun, and definitely worth playing.
74w ago - Airtight Games Creative Director Kim Swift has posted up a video trailer inviting fans to solve a Quantum Conundrum today on PlayStation Network.
To quote: The time has finally come for Quantum Conundrum to be released on this, the most superb of days. The team and I are extremely excited for the game's launch and we worked rather hard to bring our handiwork to the PSN catalog.
In case you have no idea what I'm excitedly prattling about, here's the low down. So, Quantum Conundrum is an environmental puzzle game where you have the ability to change dimensions on the fly between alternate universes existing in the same space.
Gotta move the couch so you can vacuum under it? Just switch to Fluffy Dimension and that heavy couch will become an oh-so-cute pink ultra-cushy version of itself.
In addition to being adorable, that couch and the whole world around you, in fact, will become ten times lighter. So you can easily pick up that couch and finish your chores with skill and alacrity--and then take a nap. Everything just looks so comfortable...
In Quantum Conundrum, you play as a kid dropped on his Uncle's doorstep by his parents for the weekend. As it so happens, your Uncle is actually a brilliant scientist and inventor, Professor Fitz Quadwrangle.
217w ago - Today Sony's Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein has shared a TGS 2009 Quantum Theory PS3 update video from Tecmo, as follows:
Last time we saw Quantum Theory was at E3 2009, and the game was so early as to not even be playable.
Now with this gothic 3rd person shooter at about the 50% point in development, Tecmo allowed us to go hands on before granting us an interview with Director Makoto Shibata.
The playthrough helped us come up with a number of questions about the game, as did you readers. Here are the answers, as translated by Localization Producer Peter Garza:
I apologize for the fact that I'm practically yelling at Shibata-san; this dude over at the neighboring Alienware booth was incredibly, obnoxiously loud. If you were there, you know who I'm talking about.
Anyways, with a good deal more development to go, we'll keep tabs on this game for you, and report back at the next milestone.