22h ago - XDev Studio Europe Producer Ian Pickles posted up a video today spotlighting Passing Time on PlayStation Mobile below.
To quote: Hey there everyone! This is Ian from XDev Studio Europe, and I'm here with exciting news about a new PlayStation Mobile exclusive available later today.
We're big football fans here at XDev and after a thrilling climax to the season, along with Fergie and Beckham's retirement, we need something to see us through the long summer months until the new season kicks off.
We think we have the perfect answer to your post season blues with our new PlayStation Mobile exclusive Passing Time brought to you by Honeyslug, the developer behind the awesome Frobisher Says for PlayStation Vita and the forthcoming Hohokum for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.
Passing Time is a different kind of football game - designed from the ground up to be fun, accessible and playable with one finger! We've put together the following trailer to give you an idea of the fun to be had.
In celebration of its release I spoke to Mark Inman,...
22h ago - Today Gemma Jessop of Cherry Pop Games shared some video footage announcing that Pool Nation lines up a PlayStation Network release today!
To quote: Doctor! Doctor!! I think I'm turning into a pool ball. Get to the back of the queue!
Dawn breaks over a wet and grey Manchester. It's raining. Again. Outside the office window, a shopping trolley is having a race down the Irwell with a slightly crazed duck. The big money is on the duck.
Inside, it's approaching fever pitch as the finishing touches are put to our first game, Pool Nation. A small band of just 10 occasionally-presentable gamers, we're giving our balls that one last polish. Ball obsession may sound like something a '70s DJ may be afflicted with, but here at CherryPop, in one way or another, we're all smitten.
We've even been known to dress up as giant pool balls and scare small children.
In Huw's corner, he's doing what astrophysicists do best - bouncing pool balls around and making sure they behave themselves. To Huw, a spot of ball-on-ball interaction is physics porn, pure and simple. Nobody describes the inner dynamics of what happens on the baize, second by second,...
XBox One will enhance Skype and TV features with a Skype component, but will also also include specialized TV functionality with the guide being dubbed “Intelligent TV” and allow users to switch between shows and channels using voice recognition alongside swapping from playing games to TV. The XBox One will also power on when users say “XBox On” revealing the contents of the dashboard as well.
A Microsoft Support Tweet states the following: "No fee, correct - and they just got that information wrong. As soon as we saw, we contacted them...
2d ago - Ripstone Creative Director Phil Gaskell posted up a video announcing that Men's Room Mayhem queues up on PlayStation Vita today.
To quote: I've been bursting for this moment - Men's Room Mayhem is finally launching on PlayStation Vita today!
For anyone unfamiliar with the game: you're hired as the janitor of your very own chaotic men's room. You're responsible for directing patrons, keeping everywhere sparkling clean and steering patrons away from trouble!
You need to get your customers safely to the urinals and stalls in time - otherwise there'll be a few nasty accidents for you to clean up!
You can get bonus points for guiding patrons close to each other, but don't collide or there'll be fisticuffs; maintaining proper men's room etiquette (always leave a gap), as well as for demonstrating good personal hygiene and making sure patrons wash their hands. All this is done using simple line drawing touch gestures on PS Vita's front screen.
Since my earlier post, people have been asking me about what else to expect from Men's Room Mayhem. The game begins in the Country Pub location where you learn the basics, and are eased nicely into the action.
The gameplay is broken into waves of customers that you have to attend to against the clock,...
2d ago - Sony Senior Marketing Specialist James Cullen officially introduced a better, faster PSN video streaming technology service today alongside a request for testers below.
To quote: We've incorporated a new technology that will greatly enhance your viewing experience by providing you a more adaptive, faster stream whenever you rent a movie from the PlayStation Store on PlayStation 3.
But, before we roll out with our entire catalog, we want to test the technology out and get your opinion. For a limited time, we're discounting some HD and SD movie titles. Check them out and let us know what you think.
Here's how to cash in on the deal and help us out along the way:
• Log on to the PlayStation Store on your PS3.
• Scroll down to the Movies section where you will immediately find our beta test in the first section.
• Rent one of the five movies for only $1.99 in HD or 99 cents in SD.
• Fill out the brief survey that will be emailed to you after you purchase and watch the movie.
Tell your friends to try it out too, and keep up-to-date by joining us on Twitter and Facebook.