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The long suffering PlayStation Network is finally having the full service brought back online by Friday this week. This closes the long and drawn out restoration of the PSN which first went down on the 21st April. It has taken over a month for Sony to rebuild and secure the Network after a vicious attack left the log on and personal details of over 77 million world wide users at risk. Read On
Not to toot their own horn but the people at Grip Games have come up with One Epic Game, a 2D platform shooting game which parodies the most popular games on the market at the moment. The main Hero – Alpha Dog is a typical muscle head hero and must chase the evil scientist bad guy through the games’ worlds using humorous and very clichéd dialogs. Read On
505 Games and Supersonic today revealed their first trailer for Wrecked: Revenge Revisited, which is due to be released on the Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network. This racing title is based on the original Wrecked from the days of the Dreamcast but has been updated to use the best of the XBL and PSN powers and is just as fast paced and actioned packed as it was a decade ago.
Zoo Entertainment today announced that they are developing a new videogame for the PlayStation Network and the Xbox Live, called Storm, which will be available in Summer 2011. In Storm you’ll be able to control the weather to grow seeds into the trees by guiding them through nature themed levels with peaceful background music.
SEGA have today released 9 new screenshots and a teaser trailer for the up-and-coming cooperative shoot ’em up Renegade Ops. The game is coming to the PSN and Xbox Arcade this summer and promises to be an action packed, explosive adventure that can be enjoyed in either single or multiplayer modes. Read On
Sony have revealed details of their “welcome back” packages for customers who were hit by the PSN outage in April. They have only one condition, users must have been registered on the PSN at the time the hack – 20th April 2011. Details are confirmed that non-members of the PlayStation Plus service will get 30 days absolutely free, for registered users this is 60 days. Music Unlimited users will also get an additional 30 days free usage.
The troubled PlayStation 3 network is finally starting it’s restoration today with a limited service being rolled out to all the users in the country. Sony has released a statement on their EU Blog detailing that every user has to update the software to version 3.6.1 in order to resume use. Read On
The troubled PlayStation Network will be coming back to users at some point in the next 7 days Sony have said today. The service has been down since 21st April. Sony will slowly be turning the network back on as they are still investigating the cause of the hack. Initally the services offered are will only be for certain areas of the PSN. These areas are: Read On
Sony have updated the EU Blog regarding the PlayStation Network and what information may or may not have been accessed between April 17th-19th. Sony are still working hard to getting the servers back up and running and making sure they fix the problem entirely. We still don’t have any set timescale for when the service would be up and running but will be keeping you up to date with any further developments.
Twisted Metal, the longest running game series since PlayStation was released. Now the multi-million selling game is now back, exclusively for the PS3. The dark humor, fast-action gameplay and a world of cars, guns and destruction is back in sytle.
Calypso sits in his high rise watching over his contest of vehicle combat known as Twisted Metal. He returns to host the ultimate contest of skill and destruction. Contestants have been chosen to compete and, should they emerge victorious, win whatever prize their heart desires. Read On