Monthly Archives: August 2012
Raiden is officially the 18th confirmed character on the roster of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. Developer SuperBot Entertainment revealed Evil Cole MacGrath yesterday, and Spike, Ratchet, Dante and Sackboy were also shown at Gamescom.
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale will be …
With the Launch of the new 1.8 firmware your Vita has become capable of running a small handful of PlayStation one games. Luckily you won’t have to wait for your favorite title to become available on the Vita store. There is a workaround that will allow you to access more PSOne games on your shiny Vita, and the process is simple and only requires that you do not install the game on your PS3. Simply download the title you would like to transfer to your Vita via the PlayStation Store. When I say don’t install it I mean simply leave it in its “bubble” form on the PlayStation 3. Now, connect your Vita to your PS3 and run content manager. Choose to Transfer from PS3 to Vita and chose PlayStation One. That’s it. You now have a bigger list of games to play blowing away the small eight Sony listed.
Full list below of what is compatible thanks to users at NEOGAF, after the break.
Here is some more Assassin’s Creed III goodness, featuring some brand new footage of the naval gameplay and commentary from creative director, Alex Hutchinson.
This “Assassin’s Creed III’s naval warfare trailer highlights the cannons and ammunition used as Connor commands …
We have a packed week ahead of us! And to go with the theme, we’re getting 3 packs of Collections for a low, low price! God of War, inFAMOUS, and Ratchet & Clank are available at retail in their respective collections, and if you still haven’t played at least 1 of the games on each collection, it will be worth your time and money to pick up these releases.
Psychonauts is now part of the PS2 classics series, and EVERYONE needs to buy it as soon as the store updates, so we can finally get a sequel in 2 years.
Vita gets one retail game, and it is Madden 13. Yeah, moving along.
Full list of releases, as soon as you click!
Activision has done it again. Take our money. Last year, I was lucky enough to attend the Call of Duty XP LA event and did not have to purchase the game. This year, unless I’m some kind of celebrity, it looks like I’ll have to buy this.
Hit the jump for all the details as to what is included!
EdEN reviewed Wizorb, a very fun retro-wonderful game that is part of the minis range, published by Beatshapers. Now, thanks to their generosity, you can win one of the 3 codes we have for the game! You can purchase up to three raffle tickets at 50 points a piece. Entries for the Giveaway will end September 7, 11:59PM Mountain time. We’ll choose the three winners the following Sunday. You know the drill by now, click the “Enter Giveaway” button and follow the instructions.
Since this is an “in between” week, where one month ends and another one begins, Sony has decided to tease us with several discounts and one free game before unleashing the news on the update for the end of September.
As it is, we’re getting Borderlands for free… right before the release of the sequel! Go after the break to read on all of the discounts going live tomorrow, as well as for those that will be available on September 4th.