“We actually started [Among Thieves] game with an idea for a prequel story that we eventually cut,” said Lead Designer Neil Druckmann, when announcing Eye of Indra. “However, you’ll get to see that story fleshed out in the upcoming Uncharted Motion Comic.” Eye of Indra is a four-part motion comic series that’s available exclusively on the PlayStation Store for the price of “free”.
Probably one of the most under-appreciated titles in 2008 – it even won many “Most Overlooked” Awards – it makes sense that the title would be getting a re-release in the part of the world that RPGs are most dominant. After all, there were many reports that the game was not selling well in North America.
Now, however, it looks like Sega is scheduling a budgeted re-release of Valkyria Chronicles in Japan on March 5, and the game will include the Edie Nelson mission(s), which is currently only available via download on the Japanese PlayStation Store. The price has also dropped down to 3,990 yen, which is just about $44 U.S, give or take.
There is no word on if the title will re-release in North America, but there is a strong change that they will benefit from such a move. This will also help the popularity of the title in Japan, but this time let hope that they advertise the game better.
Guess what? It’s what you’ve been waiting for. Jimi Hendrix will now have downloadable content for Guitar Hero: World Tour. After announcing the news before the games release, the rock legend will now have a set of three songs coming out on November 13th. To be more specific the DLC will contain the songs If 6 was 9, Little Wing, and a live version of fire. The content will be available for 440 Microsoft points on Xbox Live Marketplace and $5.49 on the PlayStation Store. If music fans can not afford the DLC, the following week on November 20th. There will be another trio of songs by the band called “The Raconteurs”. The songs Salute your Solution, Hold Up, and Console of the lonely. These three songs can be purchased separately on XBL for 160 MP each, $1.99 each on the PSN also on the Wii Store for 200 Wii points each, the game is now out on all three next gen consoles.
M.A.G was first reveled at E3 2008 as of now the game is on fully on track coming from the people at Zipper Interactive and Sony Computer Entertainment. M.A.G will be playable with an amazing 256 players online. In case you did not know Zipper Interactive were the people behind the tactical third-person shooter SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALS so you can rest knowing that this very promising game is in good hands.
In a post on the Official PlayStation Blog, Simon Phillips Criterion Games designer made a confirmation that It’s open world set in the fictional Burnout Paradise City will soon support PS3’s upcoming trophy system after the future update Cagney which will hit on July 10.
As for the post made he did mention that the trophy support will be retroactive meaning that that the saves are locked into a single PSN ID with the progress that you have made in the game will be unlocked as the update is release.
PSMania, an Italian PlayStation magazine, sayed Level 5 is developing Dark Cloud 3 exclusively for the PS3. We where able to get a translation into English.
"One of our infiltrates, has revealed that Level 5 is working on a new Dark Cloud exclusively for the PlayStation 3. This title will come out in March of 2009, and will be developed using a new open-technology, the Japanese style "Kumo Engine"."
While White Knight Chronicles is the latest game Level 5 is working which is due in Early 2009 these guys are also looking ahead.
If you live outside of North America you will have to wait a while to experience qore for your self this monthly interactive video production covers the world of PlayStation.With exclusive behind-the-scenes access to developers and their games, from both the SCE Worldwide Studios and the third-party community and the user’s have control and direct the content In addition, members will have access to their own area of the PLAYSTATION®Store, where they will find exclusive game demos, special beta test. As of right now not sure if we would buy it but we will have to wait to see what they bring to the table. Note that episode 1 has been uploaded in many parts, so make sure to visit his channel for all links.
The ESRB has rated Suikoden as a PSone Classics release for the PlayStation Store, the game was first revealed back in the 1996.
The Suikoden series was created, written, produced, and overseen by Yoshitaka Murayama, who left Konami near the end of Suikoden III’s development. Noritada Matsukawa took over as Senior Director of Suikoden III following Murayama’s departure. Suikoden IV was directed by Matsukawa as well but was produced by Junko Kawano, who was the chief designer in Suikoden 1.
Today, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe announced that their European store will be the first to receive the Haze Demo on Tuesday (May/6/2008) the European store will also have two updates next week due to the PlayStation Day event that they will be holding. With Haze being a major part of Sony Huge Keynote this just proves that Sony is going to bring more to the table with games like Resistance 2 ,Secret Agent Clank [PSP] and SingStar Vol. 2. There is no word on the demo coming to the United States store.
Sony Computer Entertainment America announced today that it will be adjusting the prices of downloadable content on the PlayStation Store for Canada during tomorrow’s weekly update. Canadian residents have been getting angry at Sony due to being overprices, and Sony is finally addressing it.
"We are continually looking for ways to enhance the player experience on the PLAYSTATION®Network, and downloadable content through the PLAYSTATION Store is just one of our areas of focus," said Grace Chen, Senior Manager for the PLAYSTATION Store. “We anticipate that this price adjustment will meet the expectations of our Canadian consumers and provide them with a better PLAYSTATION Network experience."