Archive for November 2011
Sony have released firmware 4.0.0 for PlayStation 3 owners around the world today. The new features are mainly based around how the console will talk to the PlayStation Vita. It will allow content such as photos, music and videos to be shared between the handheld and console and be able to backup save data from the Vita to the PS3. Read On
Today SquareEnix released a number of new screenshots and artwork pictures for their up and coming game, Army Corps of Hell, which is the latest title that Square have announced for release on the PlayStation Vita. Little is known regarding Army Corps of Hell at the moment, but we do know that Army Corps of Hell brings a new level of vicious combat, dark humor and lightning–quick action to the PS Vita. Players control an army of a hundred goblin soldiers with various classes and abilities to defeat a host of enemies in order to reclaim the King of Hell’s throne.
Ions, tiny little particles that govern the entire universe. It’s now possible to become the master of ions ad control where they go in Ion Assault HD, which is now available on the PlayStation Network. The game principle is based on its unique fluidity and particle physics system. This totally new approach makes Ion Assault HD a very special space shooter in the arcade style.
Zombies, they’re everywhere, they’re going to take over the world. But, not if Capcom can help it. Today the legendary developer announced that their latest title, Resident Evil: Revelations will be released on the Nintendo 3DS in just a few short months. But that’s not it, more importantly the announced that there’s going to be a special edition version of the game that’s will bundle the new Circle Pad Pro to the 3DS.
Christmas is under threat, it looks like it’s going the way of the Dodo and without anyone to save it. That is, until a group of heroes find their way to the North Pole to save Father Christmas from the evil and infamous Kevin. Well, maybe not that Kevin, but a Kevin none-the-less.
Rayman, the French part human wonder has been giving pleasure to the world for many years and whilst some of his recent outings may not have been as memorable as some of his older ones, Ubisoft have today stood up and taken notice. They’ve done this by celebrating the release of Rayman Origins by re-releasing the fan favourite, Rayman 3 Hoodlum Havoc in all new upgraded HD.
In the ancient times there were lots of wars, wars for everything imaginable. Even England, the small country as it is, was divided up into even smaller countries and areas where people fought for supremacy and leadership. Within all of these wars was folklore, myths about magic and gods that could change the way people acted, looked and even travelled. We now understand a lot of this to be untrue, but it doesn’t stop the need for videogames about olden times. This is where R.A.W. Realms of Ancient War comes to be.
PlayStation Vita, it’s a console that’s had not a lot of hype around it since it’s inception but Sony are trying hard to show off it’s unique features and this has been highlighted today in their latest set of trailers for the up and coming [email protected] game. Little is currently known on the title, but judging by the trailer it looks like it could be something to rival StreetPass on the Nintendo 3DS.
Tom Clancy, he’s got a name that sounds like it’s straight from The Simpson’s; however, this assassin is anything but yellow and today Ubisoft released a few new screenshots to the world to show how un-yellow he is. Team Rainbow faces a very new and real threat from the True Patriots, who are a group of highly trained militas and are capitalising on the growing sense of frustration in America.
So it’s Nintendo Monday. Well, that’s pushing it a little, but Nintendo UK today revealed this week’s update to the eShop/Virtual Console and there are several new additions that might be worth the spend. Of course, some are larger titles than others but for the most part, it’s a good haul.