Archive for September, 2011
Today, thatgamecompany’s Jenova Chen took a moment to update those closely following the studio’s third title for PSN with what they’ve been anxiously waiting for: a release date. According to Chen, Journey is currently schedule for a Spring 2012 release. Thanks to a recently successful closed beta, TGC plans to spend the next several months polishing Journey and addressing feedback they received. Via: PS Blog
Capcom is well known in the fighting game community as the number one go-to company when it comes to tournaments. What a lot of people don’t know is that Capcom also throws the best parties. Take, for example, Fight Club LA. It is usually an event where they showcase upcoming games. The first one I ever attended was also in Los Angeles a month before Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 was to be released. They provided free food, a live band, and open play with over 20 stations to test out the game before it was released. This time around, Capcom decided to throw another event in downtown Los Angeles to showcase games like Street Fighter X Tekken, Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3, Street Fighter Volt, and the newer incarnations of Street Fighter III.
EdEN said it best, “Cubixx HD is a very addictive game that has a lot to offer for all types of gamers. It made the jump from minis to PSN release with style, grace and upgrades all around that make it an even more fun experience.” Make sure you check out Eden’s full review here.
This easily became one of my favorite PSN puzzle games with just a couple plays. At only $9.99, or only $6.99 for plus members, Cubixx Hd is a must buy. Don’t have $9.99? Well, you’re in luck, because you can win one of 3 European codes right here. (If you don’t have a EU account, we can walk you through it.)
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Welcome again to a small recap of all the games you’ll be able to enjoy (if you have the money) on your Sony portable and console (if it’s a PS3 or a PSP and totally NOT a PSX or a PS2). Have the money but don’t have the time to play them? Don’t worry! You HAVE to buy new releases to support our favorite hobby, since that way, the developer, and the publisher, get enough $$$ to work on a sequel, or a new IP, so we can continue this cycle (Atlus sends its best and thanks you for all the Catherine purchases, while, at the same time, putting in a good word for his buddy NIS America and Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland).
Now with that out of the way… how awesome are all the releases for this week? THIS AWESOME: