Title: Licence/Publisher: Price
Fade to Black: Electronic Arts LTD: £3.49
Theme Hospital: Electronic Arts LTD: £3.49
Motorhead: Zoo Digital Publishing LTD: £3.49
MX vs ATV: Untamed Demo: THQ (UK) LTD: Free
Devil May Cry 4 Playable Demo: Capcom CE Europe LTD: Free
Pixel Junk Monsters Trailer: SCEE: Free
Fade to Black Electronic Arts LTD £3.49
Theme Hospital Electronic Arts LTD £3.49
Motorhead Zoo Digital Publishing LTD £3.49
In: Uncategorized by: Three Speech Jan 31, 2008 @ 5:13 pm
Well, it’s up on the store. Is it as good as you hoped?
In: Uncategorized by: Three Speech @ 4:06 pm
We reported a while back that Call Of Duty 4, Motorstorm and Resistance had all sold over two million copies on the PS3. There is now a fourth title to reach that very impressive sales figure - Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed.
The information comes direct from VG Chartz. You can also view the complete list of PS3 game sales.
In: Uncategorized by: Three Speech @ 2:27 pm
Firmware version 3.90 for the PSP is now available to download, with the update adding some excellent new features, including expanded support for the PSN and Skype added as a feature under Network (for PSP-2000 series only).
For more details on Skype, take a look at the official website right here.
Have any of you used any of these features yet? Let us know.
Official press release follows.
In: Uncategorized by: Three Speech Jan 30, 2008 @ 10:59 am
If you’re a die hard Lost fan looking for more information on the upcoming video game adaptation of the series, Fragdoll Jam gets the scoop from producer Gadi Pollack in a video interview, as well as a few glimpses of in-game footage. Looking good, but not long to go until we find out for ourselves if it’s a hit or miss.
[Lost – Fragdolls Interview]
In: Uncategorized by: Three Speech Jan 29, 2008 @ 5:54 pm
There’s news of another retailer ditching HD DVD in favour of Blu-ray – this time, UK high street retailer Woolworths. The announcement cites poor Christmas HD DVD sales as the reason for the move, while praising the PlayStation 3 and its in built Blu-ray player.
Here’s what Woolworths DVD buyer Steven McGunigel had to say on the move…
“Sales figures clearly show that the market is moving towards one format of high definition DVD. The main reason is the success of Sony’s PlayStation 3 machine. Because it plays Blu-ray discs, there are over three quarters of a million homes in the UK that can view the new high definition format. There is nowhere near that number of HD DVD players around. Switching to Blu-ray only will provide one clear offer to customers in the format they want to watch high definition movies in.”
In: Uncategorized by: Three Speech Jan 28, 2008 @ 6:03 pm
So the draw has taken place and we have the winners. Thanks to all those who entered, as the response was huge.
The answers, of course, were that the Jabra JX 10 is designed by the incredible Danish designer, Jacob Jensen, with the Eucadians fighting the Chernovans in the new Warhawk battlefield, Omega Factory.
Click through to see the results and, those who have won, get in touch to ensure these lovely headsets will be making their way in the post to you over the coming days.
In: Uncategorized by: Three Speech @ 3:53 pm
Hitting the European PSN store this week, PixelJunk Monsters is the second game in the PixelJunk series from Q-games. The game features simple, real time strategy gameplay based on the popular “tower defence” genre and full 1080p HD visuals. Players take on the role of defender-of-the-forest and have to defend the area surrounding their base from waves of monsters. For a better idea of how the game works check out this video.
One great feature of the game is being able to play it on your PSP via remote play. Players can also team up with a friend and play offline together via a co-op mode for some two player strategic fun.
If you get hold of PixelJunk Monsters any time soon or already have it, let us know your views and opinions of the game. And click through for more images.
In: Uncategorized by: Three Speech Jan 25, 2008 @ 5:32 pm
Another day, another Steve Boxer preview. This time the lucky blighter gets his hands dirty with the latest instalment in the Devil May Cry franchise.
Devil May Cry 4 Preview
I must confess to no great love for the previous three instalments of Capcom’s admittedly popular action-adventure-cum-hack-‘n’-slash – they were certainly stylish and fast-paced, but always seemed a tad generic. But it seems that all the franchise needed was an injection of next-gen console grunt, because Devil May Cry 4 is fantastic – even at this early stage, it will surely be hailed as one of the games of the year on the PlayStation 3. One senses that this is the Devil May Cry game that Capcom has always wanted to make.
Since the game doesn’t hit the shelves until February, Capcom is anxious that we refrain from revealing key aspects of the storyline – and rightly so: you’d rather discover it for yourself. And it is a decent storyline, with plenty of twists and a healthy dose of surrealism. What we can say is that you play as Nero, who looks suspiciously like a younger version of Dante. Nero has a natty blue demon arm, which he can use to pull in enemies from a distance, deliver a devastating punch or pull himself up to enemies, even if they are in mid-air. And he has a kick-ass sword, which can be powered up by revving on the L2 trigger as if it was a chainsaw. Plus a gun. He’s never knowingly underarmed, in other words.
In: Uncategorized by: Three Speech @ 1:30 pm
According to VGChartz Call Of Duty 4 is the third PS3 title to sell over two million copies, which is pretty impressive considering it hasn’t been out that long. Call Of Duty 4 is one of our favourite PS3 titles and is the first title in the Call Of Duty series to move away from a World War 2 setting. With its frantic action packed gameplay and an awesome multiplayer mode, it’s an impressive game.
Launch titles Motorstorm and Resistance have also sold over 2 million copies with Assassins Creed just missing the mark with 1.99 million copies currently sold.
In: Uncategorized by: Three Speech @ 12:36 pm