L.A. will be released on May 17th in the U.S., and on the 20th of the same month in Europe, Rockstar’s confirmed.
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Big news coming out of both New York and Amsterdam today, as Nintendo holds simultaneous events promoting its latest handheld machine. The big news? The system’s release date and price has been announced. It’ll land in the U.S. on March 27th for the decent price of $249, and in Europe on March 25th. No price has been announced for the latter region.
Since the Killzone 3 beta was announced, and it was made known that only 10,000 PS Plus members would be chosen to be part of the test, confusion arose causing many gamers anger to peak.
Some wondered how would Sony and Guerrilla Games handle this since there are so many regions in the world with thousands of Killzone fans.
They’ve found a simple solution.
Sony’s updated the US PS Store, and amongst the throng of goodies, you’ll find the Castlevania: Lords of Shadow demo, and EA’s Medal Of Honor online pass that costs $9.99 and unlocks the ability to access bonus content, including additional maps.
The former is good news, the latter, however, not so much.
Sick of what’s been done to your beloved Tomb Raider franchise? I understand, — but forget about insulting anyone for the moment and focus your mind on when the franchise was great……See that feeling? Sony wants you to have it all over again by offering the PSone Tomb Raider classic on PSN. There’s only one catch: you must be a PS Plus member.
If you’re not, don’t fret, the latest PS Store update is laden with all sorts of great content for PSN members whether you’re a part of PS Plus or not.
There’s the God of War: Ghost of Sparta demo for PSP, add-on game content for Borderlands, Mafia II DLC, a demo of Heavy Rain: Move Edition and tons more.
The full quencher’s past the break.
While our friends in Europe are having a blast with Ninja Theory’s Enslaved: Odyssey To The West, we in the US were left wanting and thirsty — but not for long.
Praise the Lord.
Ah, I know, the wait’s been too long. A recent update on the US PS Blog clarified that the beta invites sent out earlier this week only went to active members of the European LBP community, and that gamers in America and other countries will be added to the testing group “in a few weeks.”
Someone’s got to explain to me what does Sony and Media Molecule mean by “in a few weeks”? A few weeks could mean in the next 14 days or a full month. There must be a better way…. Wait.
Guys, how about I forge some UK documents that will give me instant citizenship in the country, making it easier for me to get into the beta? Hmm? The plane tickets around this time of year are expensive, though, and when you factor in how high the pound is against the US dollar, it’s even worst.
I, however, could always use grappling hooks.
Yesterday, SCEA let loose the US release date for one of Sony’s most anticipated titles, and the giant’s biggest shooter: Killzone 3. It’ll be available on February 22nd in said territory with a Europe date incoming soon.
In the meantime, Guerrilla Games’ released some fresh footage of the title using the Move controller.
Quench it past the break.
Remember that PS3 exclusive title that wasn’t supposed to have done well, but yet ended up selling out in the US? Yes, Demon’s Souls. After its success in the US, Sony couldn’t resist taking the game to Europe,, and so they did.
Guess what happened?
The game continued to rock the boat in the UK, selling out. Completely.
So which will it be, E3 or GamesCom? I’m personally routing for E3 since, well, I’m in the US! But for the rest of our beloved users who live in parts of the world closer to Cologne Germany, they’d rather it be in the latter location. Can’t blame ya.
Well according to Namco Bandai Partners VP Oliver Comte., that’s a decision which must be made soon. The both of them are just too expensive.