That is a line uttered by Trevor Phillips, resident psychopath meth head in Grand Theft Auto V, which was easily one of the biggest games to launch this year. If you were like many of gamers out there, you traded or sold your PS3 or Xbox360 to bankroll your entrance into the Next Gen console of your choice , thus causing you to miss out on the massive epic that is GTAV.
Well have no fear, because Lazlow from Rockstar Games spoke during an interview on Opie & Anthony’s SiriusXM program revealing in not so many words that they are indeed working on Next Gen ports of GTAV. He doesn’t come out and say it, but use your detective skills & read between the lines…. What you are going to hear “Ain’t big, but it gets the job done”….
You gotta love spandex shaders! (more…)
By now, we all are fully aware that Microsoft made a huge deal with the NFL to have exclusive content on the Xbox One, and Xbox Live service. But Sony made a bold move by showing a Playstation 4 commercial during Monday Night Football.
Develepor: CD Projekt Red’s email today confirmed some devs not present at the Playstation 4 event last night, as well as confirming The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for the PS4. Find out who after the jump. (more…)
Gamestop is half the way there. Sony Worldwide Studios bossman Shuhei Yoshida has told Eurogamer that used games will be playable on the Playstation 4. Will this revelation force Microsoft’s hand? (more…)
Sony today announced that Diablo III from Blizzard is coming to consoles to include the PS3 and the Playstation 4. Trophy Support or I’m not playing! Also playable at PAX East! Full Presser ahead. (more…)
Today Sony officially announced the Playstation 4, no price was announced, and the actual console was not shown either. Hit the jump to find out what was shown, and boy was it a lot! (more…)
Yesterday Sony tickled the Internet’s collective much-fondled groin with a salacious video titled ‘See the Future’ (<– click this link for it!).
If it isn’t an announcement of the next Playstation then I’ll slap a goat.
All those sweeping shots across sleek laminated services are certainly reminiscent of Sony’s previous home console offerings. And all that lightening is just wicked cool, man.
Consoles use electricity right? There we go, confirmed.
We’ll find out at 6.00 pm Eastern Time on the 20th February. If you’re extra mega desperate for brand new Sony nourishment however you can register your e-mail address at their website and find out early. Sony will personally high-5 you too.
Rainbow Moon, the RPG reminiscent of early SNES JRPGs, came out in July on Playstation Network. The game marked a first for downloadable titles on PSN. Not only did it release at $15 but also included hundreds of hours of content (emphasised by the fact that it includes a trophy earned after 100 hours of the game is played) and a platinum trophy previously restricted to ‘full’ games.
Developer SideQuest Studios announced today via the Playstation Blog that their hit game will be coming to the Playstation Vita in 2013. Details are scarce about the Vita version of the game thus far but it appears to be a straight port of the PS3 game. This shouldn’t come as a surprise considering the influence of early RPGs that aren’t technically demanding.
Hajime Tabata, the director of Final Fantasy Type-0 and Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, has expressed interest in bringing a new Final Fantasy game to the Playstation Vita.
After developing two Final Fantasy PSP games Tabata-san stated that developing for the PSP has left him wanting to develop for a larger device. He also cited the powerful hardware and ability to render high quality images as factors for wanting to develop a new Final Fantasy game for the Vita.
With Final Fantasy Type-0 yet to be released outside of Japan a port of that game could prove to be a cost effective way of testing the Vita development waters.