Posts Tagged “Psp”
Konami have today announced the next game in the popular PES series. The game is due out in the Autumn on all the home consoles, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii. A PSP and oddly enough a PlayStation 2 version will be available as well. Konami have been working closely with fans of the series to provide the most real and entertaining entry in the series to date. 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 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
The sequel to the popular 2D fighting game BlazBlue: Coninuum Shift is coming to the PSP & Nintendo 3DS this May. The 21st to be exact. The game features all the original characters from the previous installment plus 3 all new characters available through downloadable content. Read On
Square Enix today showed off some 25 screenshots for their up and coming Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection. Naturally, all of these screenshots are old, this game is old; however, as it’s being re-released as a complete with the FMVs on the PSP, there might be a few changes.
Advenutres to Go, on the PSP was today announced by the Sheffield based developer Funbox Media. With no estimated release date in mind at the moment, the studio have confirmed some of the basic storyline.
Playing as Finn Courtland, you come to arms at the Kings request for more heroes to try and keep his Kingdom safe. However, you’re not the traditional hero and you and your merry band of misfits isn’t really what the King had in mind.
Contorl a team of diverse characters, with a various spells, abilities and play under a strategic grid that will require you to use your brain and your brawn.
Currently no further information is available, aside from the screenshots below:
The game features different styles of drumming such as Jazz, Blues, Funk, Country, Metal, Punk Rock, Latin and Reggae as the player competes in 25 drum battles progressing in difficulty with Gold, Silver or Bronze medals to collect for each battle. To go with the different styles, there are also 8 different drum kits to beat and a freestyle drum kit which allows the player to drum to their own beat.
The price will be set at the £1.74 and the trailer can be found below.
Duke Nukem Forever may still be a dream, a twinkle in the milkman’s eye; however, Duke Nukem: Critical Mass is not. Out exclusively on the Nintendo DS and the PSP on Friday, the game is exactly what you expect to come from a Duke Nukem game – unadulterated guns. Yes, guns and death. What else?
But if that’s not enough to make you rush out to the shops to buy it, there’s now an official gameplay and cutscene trailer available – just in case.
Remember, if you like it, it’s out on Friday.
Square Enix Europe today announced that the classic, Final Fantasy V will be made available on the PlayStation Network as part of their PSOne Classic range. As this is the PSOne version of the game, it will h ave full FMV cutscenes and will also feature the classic FF combat using Active Time Battle system.
Square also confirmed that the title is playable on both the PS3 and he PSP. At the present time there is no penned release date, but it is confirmed that it will exist in the coming future.
There’s an expansive and intricate storyline for Final Fantasy V which involves the world’s wind currents stopping, Wind Crystals shattering and young adventurers the world over trying to fix the problems. With FMV cutscenes and Chocobo’s in abundance this title is a must for any Final Fantasy fan’s digital collection.
Source: Square Enix Europe Blog