British online retailer Zavvi has secured exclusive rights to sell Metal Gear Solid: Ultimate HD Collection which features seven games and is limited to only 4,000 copies.
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LightBox has just slapped a new video of Starhawk on the US PS Blog, and in it, we get “insights into how we created our universe and story, as well as background thoughts on Emmett from the team at LightBox.” You’ll also see snippets of the game’s animation. Hit the link.
PS3 exclusive title Agent is still under development, that we already knew, however reassurance is never a bad thing, right? I expect it at Sony’s presser.
Boring? I don’t know. Quench it and share your thoughts below the break.
Starhawk has been officially unveiled via GTTV, and the PS3 exclusive is already looking like a winner. What you have here is nothing like Warhawk, Starhawk’s predecessor, but something much more grander.
The full quencher, including info, screens and yes, gamepaly, can be found below the break.
New Last Guardian Details Unearthed, Dev Moving Beyond “Limits Of Games”, Calls PS3 “Wholly Artificial”
The Last Guardian has seen a decent delay as of recent, with Sony pushing back the game all the way into the holiday season. Who knows, the highly anticipated title from director Fumito Ueda might not even see a release this year – but before you get all feisty etc., look below the break to see why, as the developer’s unleashed a plethora of information to PlayStation: The Official Magazine about the game, talking of the Trico’s unique strength, working around the “limits of games” and much more details.
It’s here. There’s not another first person shooter on the market right now that’s near Killzone 3. And I mean that in every sense of the word. I’m in it now. It’s sick.
Sony’s released a spanking hot launch trailer for it, meshing all different parts of the game into one destructive masterpiece. It’s below the break.
If you’ve played the Killzone 3 beta and enjoyed it, sit tight, because as soon as the game’s launched, Guerrilla Games will let loose a massive mp update. In fact, the list is so exhaustive, there’ll be no misgivings on whether the developer plans on taking gamers issues at heart.
Find the full list past the break.
Ah Drake, when will you get a chance to traverse friendly terrain searching for treasures? It’s either you’re in hostile territory where every living thing wants to kill you, or you’re chasing off the dead as they too lurk for your soul. It’s a hard life being a treasure hunter with two women and a nasty old man.
When you’ve waited over five years for a game, and finally, in two weeks, it’ll be available, you feel like a child receiving a Christmas gift.
It’s even better when you know receiving said gift will be a sure thing, since you’re the one who’s buying it.
That’s why Gran Turismo 5 will be one of the best selling games of 2010, and the best selling GT title of all time.
I know gamers who’s spent hundreds of dollars on wheels, sits and extra stuff just to get the right feel.
For me, there’s nothing more important in a game than its story. I know gameplay is paramount, but if I’m proceeding in a game and going through missions, yet my mission itself is weak, full of flaws and makes no sense, then I lose all interest.
That’s why I don’t get why so many developers neglect such an necessary component of making a game, with the excuse that it doesn’t matter.
At least Treyarch’s learnt their lesson, and apparently Killzone 3 developer Guerrilla Games has seen the light. Speaking to D’toid recently, Killzone 3′s senior producer Steven Ter Heide said this time around the game’s story has been “considerably ramped up” when compared to other entries in the best selling franchise.
Women are scarcely found playing videogames, and Epic Games Epic Games design director Cliff Bleszinski has said in a recent talk on Irrational Games podcast, that Sony missed a big opportunity with Heavy Rain, in that the giant could have marketed the game to, wait for it, women.
Would my wife really get into Heavy Rain? I dunno man. I just don’t know.