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From the perilous battlefields of the fourth-grade playground, a young hero will rise, destined to be South Park’s savior. From the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, comes an epic quest to become… cool. Introducing South Park: The Stick of Truth, available on March 5, 2013.
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The official Playstation Blog has announced that the highly anticipated Playstation Vita title “Sound Shapes” will also be coming to the PS3 on August 7th for a price of $14.99 that will get you both copies of the game. Be sure to check it out!!
There are a few live streams out there that you can catch E3 on including watching the Sony conference live on your PS3 so don’t forget that. However right now, be sure to check out some of the pre-E3 stuff here at Gametrailers TV. We will be updating streams as needed.
Oly, Foobear408 & PaulFIERCE will be attending E3 2012 on behalf of PS3Blog.net this week! They will be live blogging when they can. So if you have any questions for them be sure to ask. You can view the live blog below which will show the last 100 tweets from all of them combined. But you can also view the live blog from the chatroom page, so you can chat while seeing live updates. You can also earn points just by stopping by the chatroom as well.
According to GamesIndustry.biz, Sony is expected to announce their cloud-based streaming service through their partner, Gaikai, next week at their E3 press conference. The deal apparently is to stream PSOne and PS2 titles through Gaikai. Word is, besides the PlayStation 3, the service could eventually become available on other Sony products, including televisions and tablets.
For those unfamiliar with Gaikai, it is a game streaming service kind of like OnLive, using either Java or Flash. However, they have deals with a lot of partners, including facebook, YouTube, and retailers such as GAME and Best Buy (not counting the number of publishing partners). As far as the PlayStation service goes, besides first party titles, we may also see publishers, that already have deals with Gaikai, release some of their PlayStation Legacy software, including Electronic Arts, Ubisoft and Capcom.
No word on whether this will have a monthly subscription or pay-per-title plan. Personally, I’d go for the monthly subscription. We already basically have the pay-per-title via PSN, however we could potentially see more titles become available through the Gaikai service. Would this be a service you’d be interested in? Could this be a look into what Sony plans to do with the PlayStation 4? Now to see if this is more than a rumor, and other important details, next week…