Wipeout HD

October 29th, 2008 ThreeHeadedMonkey Posted in Playstation, Sony No Comments »

Wipeout HD is available for download now in Japan. As if those graphics don’t look good enough, remember they move very, very fast.

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Making up the Dead

August 7th, 2008 ThreeHeadedMonkey Posted in Playstation, Sony No Comments »

Siren: New Translation has been out here for a few weeks now. Famitsu have been running a blog specifically for the game, filled with creepy details. The latest post shows several photos of the female zombies in the game, and a picture of an actress in zombie make up. You can see why the graphics are so lifelike when they went to this kind of trouble.

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Soul Calibur 4 Screenshot Madness

July 31st, 2008 ThreeHeadedMonkey Posted in Sony, Xbox 360 1 Comment »

Soul Calibur 4 is finally out in Japan today. Game Watch have got an absolute ton of screens as well as a few  manga scans.

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Aww, giant cats

July 24th, 2008 ThreeHeadedMonkey Posted in Sony No Comments »

Sony Computer Entertainment Japan is sending giant cats into Tokyo to try and woo the public into buying lots of cat related stuff on the Playstation store. On Sunday the cats danced and let the braver kids have their picture taken alongside them. If you missed them they’ll be back again on August 16th.

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Phantasy Star Portable

June 14th, 2008 ThreeHeadedMonkey Posted in PSP, Sony 1 Comment »

The PSP is getting Phantasy Star Portable at the end of next month. Set in the world of Phanasy Star Universe the Sonic Team deeloped game will introduce us to new characters Vivienne and Helga. We’ll also get a character editor and local multiplayer.

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God of War: Chains of Olympus

June 7th, 2008 ThreeHeadedMonkey Posted in PSP, Sony No Comments »

God of War: Chains of Olympus is finally coming out in Japan next month. The game is the highest rated PSP title on both Metacritic and Gamerankings so is definitely worth a look come July 10th. The hack and slash action features some of the best graphics seen on the PSP to date.

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Train your maths skills the Indian way

March 16th, 2008 ThreeHeadedMonkey Posted in DS, Sony No Comments »

Indian Maths

India is famous for producing some of the finest mathematicians in the world. There are apparently more Indians working for NASA than Americans, so they obviously know what they’re doing. But why do Indians produce such a numerate workforce? What can the rest of us learn from them?

Ever eager to unveil the deepest secrets of other cultures, we bring you news of Indian Calculation DS. The first game to teach Indian mathematical skills is coming out March 28th, and will feature a range of exercises and tests presented by elephants and men on flying carpets.

We can’t wait!

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Church vs Sony

June 11th, 2007 ThreeHeadedMonkey Posted in Sony No Comments »

The Church of England is up in arms about the depiction of Manchester Cathedral in Resistance: Fall of Man. The clergy are upset about the gunplay that takes place within the game’s version of the cathedral. There also seems to be a dispute over whether permission was granted to recreate the cathedral. Sony claim they sought all the necessary permissions for the creation of the game.

What the good Lord must make of it all is way beyond our sacriligeous minds, but the Cathedral has survived attacks by IRA terrorists and Nazi war planes in the past, so we’re sure it will survive a few hybrid Chimera invaders, particularly fictional ones.

Sony, on the other hand, is pretty desperate for some good publicity right now, and we’re not sure this is it. Resistance: Fall of Man is in stores now.

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Sony Home – Autumn 2007

March 10th, 2007 ThreeHeadedMonkey Posted in Playstation, Sony 1 Comment »

Sony are set to launch an online community service for playstation 3. Users will be able to create an avatar, build them a home and then fill it with furniture, buy clothes and take part in games and activities with other users. Most items in the game world will be purchased through an online store, perhaps with a few freebies along the way. Sony Home is scheduled for release in Autumn, but check here for the chance to take part in the Beta.

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