64w ago - Lead Designer Rowan Parker has announced today that PixelJunk 4am will be arriving this Spring, and fans can check out a live demo in San Francisco next week at the 2012Game Developers Conference.
To quote: Next week during GDC, PixelJunk is collaborating with Super7 to host a FREE GDC Kickoff party in San Francisco. You can expect:
• A public preview of PixelJunk 4am available to play for anyone not going to GDC!
• Super7's INSERT COIN COLLECTION T-shirt range launch.
• Prizes for the 'best jam sessions' on 4am.
• Free drinks, music, giveaways & fun!
PixelJunk 4am Art & Music Director DJ Baiyon will be on hand to deliver a performance at 6pm to kick things off, followed by free play for everyone. Attendance is free, so if you're unable to make GDC but still want to checkout PixelJunk 4am, come down and say "Hi" to us.
Where: Super7 Store, 1427 Haight St (@ Masonic)
When: Tuesday March 6th @ 6pm
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Even if you can't make the party, here are some great details and images of PixelJunk 4am:
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75w ago - Sony Senior Social Media Specialist Sid Shuman has shared some new PlayStation Vita gameplay trailer video footage today as PS Vita takes San Francisco!
To quote: Yesterday, more than 60 members of the gaming press piled into our Vita Hill social club in San Francisco to go hands-on with a slew of updated PS Vita games.
The event showcased everything from Escape Plan, MotorStorm RC, Super Stardust Delta, and UNCHARTED: Golden Abyss to Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Army Corps of Hell, FIFA Soccer... even Plants vs. Zombies (now confirmed!) joined in on the fun.
It was a memorable night, and one you can recreate right now if you happen to live near the San Francisco Bay Area -- just visit the Vita Hill social club and bring some friends (the club is free and open to the public through mid-February).
Expect to see these PS Vita social clubs expanding to new cities in the coming weeks. And a comprehensive PS Vita mall tour is currently rolling out across the country through December, so if you've been dying to play PS Vita right now, you're certainly not short on options!
79w ago - Today PlayStation 3 scene release group DUPLEX has released a Driver San Francisco PSN PS3 Fix for all PS3 Custom Firmware users, which proves once again a True Blue CFW dongle isn't necessary!
Shortly following, as discussed in our ongoing thread they have now also released:
140w ago - Sony's Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein has announced today that those who wish to experience PlayStation Move in San Francisco can do so this Friday along with winning some prizes and lounging in Kevin Butler's office!
To quote: As you know, the PlayStation Move will be available this weekend, and to help give you a preview of the fun times ahead, we've set up "PlayStation HQ" locations in cities throughout the U.S. so you can get some hands-on time with the games before launch.
I haven't had a chance to drop by and prop my feet on Kevin Butler's desk, so I'm planning to rectify that this Friday.
Why don't you join me? I promise to bring along pizza, schwag, and even some PlayStation Move bundles and software to raffle off to those who visit.
The cool thing about these venues is, we're granting hands-on time with some of these Move-enabled games that most people have never tried. Here's the title list for Friday night's meet-up:
• LittleBigPlanet 2
• Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition
• The Shoot
• Time Crisis: Razing Storm
• Singstar Dance
• Sports Champions
• The Fight: Lights Out
155w ago - Update: Yet another MotorStorm 3: San Francisco PS3 screenshot has now leaked as uncovered by IronStarMovement.com, simply which adds further credence to the validity of the rest.
A few months back a playable MotorStorm 3 demo reportedly leaked, and today some images from MotorStorm 3: San Francisco for PS3 have also made their way to the Internet.
To quote from French site PS3Gen, roughly translated: "Motorstorm 3, which is still not officially announced, had been a blunder with a photograph that showed a player connected to the PlayStation Network playing with "Motorstorm 3: the first playable demo.
Of course, this information had not been commented on by Sony beyond the traditional "no comment".
Since February, the domain name www.motorstorm3.com was filed by the giant Nippon and, for the moment, returns to the official PlayStation site. Nevertheless, Sony continuously not confirm the release of this game.
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