Monthly Archives: December 2011
Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima is currently developing a new project that will eclipse his previous works in terms of game design. The above image is a teaser shot of the game recently shared by Kojima on Twitter.
Welcome to the last store update before everyone gets “sick” and has to spend “time at home” to recover… with all the games we’ll be getting on Christmas (you DID remember to be good all year long and already bought the milk and cookies with double chocolate mint, right?).
Week two of “Operation No Retail, No Lies” is in full effect. This time around, we only get two new PSN titles, 3 minis and one PSOne Classic (although the word classic is a bit of a stretch for the game we’ll be getting). One of the minis, Orbit, is a game we’ll be reviewing this week (short review= very fun game worth your money). Another one is Prehistoric Isle, a game that I spent so much money on at the arcades they should be giving it to me free of charge. Of COURSE I’ll be using my PS+ discount to buy it tomorrow as soon as the store update goes live.
We’re getting several retail to digital releases and one of them shines more than the others. L.A. Noire. Not only is it a great game (you can read the review right here), it will also be released in a digital bundle with ALL DLC included as well! But wait, there’s more! PS+ subscribers can purchase it at a discount so be sure to check tomorrow for the final price on what will definitely take you away on a very, very interesting journey.
We figured out a system last time. I join a empty room and then everyone else joins it so we can all be in the same room. Please let me know if you don’t have the new map pack before hand. For this reason you all need to be in the XMB chat room so we can stay in the loop. I’ll also tell you the secret word in that chat room so you can get your 100 points for joining the game night.
Makes it much easier to communicate quickly if we loose somebody.
Thousands of game enthusiasts lined up early in the morning to be among the first to buy the PlayStation Vita. The Vita hit stores this weekend in Japan and eager crowds couldn’t even wait to get it home as they are seen opening it in stores to try out the new handheld. The Vita won’t be available in North America and Europe until Feb. 22.
When it does become available in the U.S., it will cost $250 for the Wi-Fi only model and $300 for the 3G/Wi-Fi model. The 3G model will be networked exclusively through AT&T. The Vita boasts a front and back camera, touch screen in front, and a touch pad in the back. It also feature two analog sticks which were absent in the PlayStation Portable.