85w ago - Sony PlayStation Store Director Grace Chen is here with the May preview of PlayStation Plus, which offers free Awesomenauts, Trine 2, Rock of Ages, PixelJunk 4am Beta and more!
To quote: PlayStation Plus returns with another month of fantastic free games and awesome exclusives that have subscribers around the world believing in Plus.
Kicking things off in May is new release Awesomenauts, FREE for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Watch the trailer below!
This colorfully action packed 2D online multiplayer battler with split-screen gameplay is releasing on May 1st.
You'll storm the game's online battlegrounds and unlock loads of new abilities and characters for your arsenal. For more details on Awesomenauts come back to the blog a little later today - developer Ronimo will have more details on the game and will stick around to respond to your comments and questions.
PSN hit Trine 2 joins the free games selection in May, boasting widespread critical acclaim and a dazzling fantasy world.
Don't miss out on one of the prettiest titles in gaming - grab Trine 2 for free on Plus this month. Not enough for you? How about getting Rock of Ages for free when it releases on PSN?
164w ago - Atlus USA Project Lead Clayton Chan has made available a hilarious new Rock of Ages PS3 Renaissance trailer today, which is heading to PSN in Spring 2011.
To quote: In KT Tunstall's new single, she bemoans the fact that she didn't get to be several of the things she envisioned becoming, one of those things being a rock of ages.
Well, fret no more, KT! We've got the cure for those incredibly specific blues right here! In our 2011 title, Rock of Ages, you will finally get to be a Rock of Ages. Sisyphus's Rock of Ages, to be precise.
Maybe you two will grab a drink and reminisce sometime about that one time he was rolling you up a hill and then he slipped, and you rolled all the way back down...or the other time that happened.
The guys at ACE Team have put together this wonderfully lighthearted, action-packed trailer that highlights the rush you'll from careening into would-be obstacles at high speed.
Sure, your opponent's going to have some defenses set up, but fortune (and physics) generally favors the boulder. (We're never going to run out of rock puns, folks. I could talc all day about them.)