Monthly Archives: March 2011
Just last night, game developer for the new Duke Nukem game, George Broussard, tweeted that Sony Online Entertainment Seattle may be closed today.
Here are a few of his tweets:
Word that Sony Online Entertainment Seattle is having lay-offs …
Featured offers for PlayStation Plus subscribers will be coming down on April 5th, so you have until then to take advantage of what has been offered.
Sonic the Hedgehog will be returning to $4.99, so grab it if you already have not.
Wakeboarding HD is going to be $9.99 unless you grab it at its current price of $3.99. The game is fun and is a solid purchase in my eyes.
Swarm is heading on up to $14.99, so if you aren’t sold yet from our numerous articles on it, you should be; currently at $11.99.
Mini Squadron PlayStation minis is $1 until the 5th, so grab it and add it to your collection (unless you plan on spending an extra dollar to get it later at $1.99).
Mega Man 3 is at $3.00, and can be found under the PS1 Imports section; it will be returning to $5.99.
Check after the jump to see what’s coming next month!
Swarm is a shiny-shiny, new-new IP developed by Hot Head Games (you might have played one of their previous and very good games already) and published by UTV Ignition. Don’t know about you, but for me, a new IP (especially one that looks as fun as this) created with the sweat, tears, and blood of young blobs of goo deserves a new Q&A, and they were kind enough to help us out on that front:
Speaking in an interview with Games.on.net (via Eurogamer), the firms General Manager, Karl Troedsson, said that they want to include a single player campaign in the multiplayer-only series to attract new players in the game.
Here is episode 3 in the ongoing Battlefield 3: Fault Line Series saga. This shows you crawling through a vent, hand to hand combat, defusing a bomb, and then joining up with your fellow soldiers to kick some insurgent arse!
In a double dose of Insomniac news, Insomniac has announced that they currently have no interest in developing for the NGP and that their focus lies strictly with the PS3 and 360. This really isn’t shocking news as they do …