Archive for October, 2010
I put a link at the bottom of PS3Blog.net so it shows on every page. Just click the “Don’t Click Me” link and it will activate. You can scroll up and down to find more enemies.
- Steer with the arrow-keys.
- Shoot with space.
- Can’t see your remaining enemies? Then press and hold B
Post your high scores here on this topic and what page you destroyed.
I wish I could take credit for making this but I did not. Here is who made it, this actually works on any website too. Check his page for how to do it.
I have enabled the famous Konami Code on PS3Blog.net! Try it out, here is the code if you have forgotten or have never heard of it..
UP, UP, DOWN, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT, RIGHT, B, A
Then every button you press after that more will show up. To get rid of all the chaos you just have to refresh. Have fun!
The official PlayStation blog collected votes on all-time favorite PS2 games from various famous game developers and media personalities. I’ve aggregated the results here:
* Grouping Notes. I grouped most series together. For example, I grouped all GTA games together along with a single vote for Bully. I also grouped Ico with Shadow of the Colossus and Frequency with Guitar Hero. I separated Ratchet & Clank vs Jak & Daxter even those were definitely the same style of game. I separated Final Fantasy X and XI because they were so different (single-player vs MMO).
Here are my Awards of the Awards:
[tab:Helghast Edition]The Helghast edition of Killzone 3 has been announced today, at a retail price of $129.99. Does the content warrant the price, though? Included is a replica collectible Helghast helmet, a 6.5″ Helghast Marksman action figure (not available in retail), an art book, a ‘super voucher’, and the game with bonus content.
The Super Voucher includes access to the in-game soundtrack, a dynamic theme, the Retro Map Pack (with 2 popular maps from Killzone 2), Double XP for the first 24 hours of multiplayer gameplay, and full access to all weapons and abilities in the same time span.
Pre-order bonuses are detailed in the next tab.
Guerilla Pack (GameStop)
- Unlock all weapons and abilities for 24 hours, and get the Retro Map Pack for free
Fast Starter Pack (Best Buy)
- Double XP for the first 24 hours of multiplayer, and the Retro Map Pack
Unlock and Load Pack (Amazon)
- Get 3 Unlock Points to use on a weapon or ability, as well as the Retro Map Pack
All other participating retailers will simply get you the Retro Map Pack for free. No word on pre-order bonuses in other regions, though.[tab:END]