UPDATE: The secret has been revealed! Infamous 2 will feature user-generated missions which will appear in the game world. The missions you and others create will be designated with a different color than normal missions. We'll have a preview with more details later tonight. Read our original article inside...
Sucker Punch Productions has officially become the sixteenth studio to join the Sony family. Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) today announced it has added the Washington based studio to its Worldwide Studios group, securing the inFamous and Sly Cooper series developer's allegiance to the PlayStation brand.
The acquisition is a natural next step for Sucker Punch, which has yet to share its library of games with Sony's competition. Recalling the studio's long and fruitful partnership with Sony in today's statement, Sucker Punch's managing partner Brian Fleming explained...
Aw. Raccoons. They look like the cutest little thieves in the world with their furry black eye masks and tiny little paws. In reality, they aren't really master criminal material at all. They might rummage through your bins for food, but that doesn't count as proper stealing. Not like taking a diamond as big your fist from a safe. That's a whole different game. And that whole different game is something like Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time. Announced at yesterday's Sony conference Thieves in Time (TiT) will be the fourth game in the PS3 exclusive series and will be released sometime in 2012. This is the trailer...
pulled a successful caper by remastering Sony's Sly Cooper Collection
for PS3 play, Sanzaru Games is dividing the loot for the
titles' PSN release. Sanzaru's HD reissues of the Sucker Punch series
have been issued with fresh individual PEGI ratings; details haven't
been released, but expect similar pricing to the HD God of War
reissues on PSN. And now that Sanzaru is the series' official
overseer, it's only enlisting ninja raccoons to protect its
Sly Cooper's first new adventure since 2005 will drop early next year on PlayStation 3 and PS Vita, simultaneously on store shelves and PlayStation Network...
Halloween isn't just all about costumes and candy, it's also about spooky game add-ons filled with zombies, pumpkins… or both! Check out some of the Halloween themed trailers and screens that were released today…
Aug 31, 2007
Good news cheapskates; Microsoft is slashing the price of a handful of Xbox Live Arcade games by half - for this weekend only.
Gauntlet, Dig Dug, Zuma Deluxe and (something worth buying) Small Arms have all been slashed for the weekend, the first two down to 200 ($2.50 or £1.70) points and the latter two for 400 points ($5.00 or £3.40).
The last one - a Power Stone-style fighter/platformer from Gastronaut - is definitely worth picking up if you've got some points
Wednesday 25 July 2007
Smarty Pants is a family-friendly trivia game for four players, headed to Wii this Christmas. Developer EA Los Angeles has just been granted permission to use Nintendo's treasured 'Mii' avatars, so you'll be seeing your familiar self scratching his or her head at any of 20,000 questions. When you consider that Trivial Pursuit's question count is around 6,000 questions, that's a big number. But Trivial Pursuit doesn't make you dance. This does.
Players take it in turns
Sept 28, 2007
Beowulf: The Film will be out in November, and will be sharing a publicity budget with a Game of the same name. The film is produced by Robert Zemeckis (this isnt the last Zemeckis reference in this weeks Trailer Trash - youve been warned), and features an all star cast including Angelina Jolie, John Malkovitch, Anthony Hopkins, Crispin Glover, and others. This trailer for the game, however, stars a sword falling into a puddle over and over while some repetitive-looking
Namco have announced a Japanese release date for the next incarnation of their never-ending Smash Court series. The glory days of SNES are well behind it now - near photo-realism, real players and generally unfavourable comparisons to the latest Virtua Tennis are now the norm. Smash Court Pro Tour 2 offers up such pros as Serena Williams, Carlos Moya, Lindsay Davenport and officially endorsed tournaments including Wimbledon. With no official announcement of Virtua Tennis 3 as yet, this could