PSU content

  • Sony UK promises new bundles, cinema ads for key IPs

    Speaking to MCV, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe marketing manager Adam Boita has outlined the firm's UK sales drive this winter. His comments boil down to two things: massive cinema ads and hardware bundles. “All our key IPs this year are being backed by major campaigns," Boita dec...

  • High Velocity Bowling Trophies

    We're not exactly sure what went on when this list was created, but it wasn't anything exciting. To not see any Trophy designated towards a perfect game is odd to say the least. The simplicity of the list leaves us wondering why there isn't a Trophy available for just starting up the game. The f...

  • 2K Games details BioShock PS3 patch

    One of 2K Games' community officers has published a couple of details on the forthcoming PlayStation 3 BioShock patch. The developer has been working overtime since concerned PS3 users drew its attention to technical problems with the recent demo. We're told those large blocky pixels on the Bounc...

  • Sony talks screen capturing with PS3

    Following the release of Firmware 2.50 today, PSU.com contacted Sony for more details on the screen capture feature and how this function will be supported by present and future PlayStation 3 titles. "There aren't any games that support the screenshot capability just yet, but we know there's...

  • Dead Space launch trailer unveiled

    Electronic Arts has whisked the covers off a brand new launch trailer for its hotly anticipated Survival Horror romp, Dead Space. To view the trailer, see below.   Dead Space combines sumptuous visuals with an innovative (and decidedly gory) dismemberment system, allowing playe...

  • MK vs. DC Universe dated for U.S, Europe

    Midway has confirmed that its upcoming cross over brawler Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe will be released in North America on November 16, followed by a European launch on November 21. This latest entry in the popular fighter series pits MK staples such as Lui Kang, Scorpion and Sonya Blade agains...

  • Sony takes five awards at TGS 2008

    The Xbox 360 may have enjoyed a sales bump in Japan of late, but some of the nation's foremost commentators still favour Sony. The Computer Entertainment Suppliers' Association has allotted no less than five of the PlayStation titles we saw at the Tokyo Game Show a coveted "Future Award" (...

  • Hirai stresses importance of games on PS3

    President of Sony Computer Entertainment (SCEI) Kazuo Hirai has again reiterated the importance of software on PlayStation 3, stating it is the primary focus of the console. Speaking with NB Online, Hirai commented, “The thing that I did when I took over last year was to boast the appeal of...

  • First look at new PS3 Trophy system

    As part of the PlayStation 3’s Firmware 2.50 update released today, Sony has introduced a revised look for the consoles Trophy system. See below for a shot of the revamped Trophy screen in action, courtesy of the folk over at InfiniteBits.com For players looking to show off their Trophies i...

  • F.E.A.R. 2 "Armored Death" trailer

    Monolith and Warner Bros have released a new trailer for their upcoming horror FPS sequel F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, entitled "EPA Snakefist." The trailer includes a first look at a new enemy mech players will have to battle, known only as “armored death.” From the look of...

  • BioShock developer details PS3 improvements

    In our upcoming BioShock interview, 2K Marin programmer Jake Etgeton reveals that the PS3 version of BioShock will feature new interactive load screens and graphical enhancements due to the use of Blu-ray and the ability to install data on the PS3 hard drive. "There are improvements, such as...

  • PS3 Firmware 2.50 out now

    Everyone rush to your systems and get downloading, because the latest PS3 Firmware update -- 2.50 for those who live under a rock -- is now live. Just to recap, the new firmware includes improved Bluetooth headset support, Flash 9 support, an in-game screenshot capture tool and much, much more. ...

  • Mirror's Edge is first game in trilogy

    EA DICE senior producer Owen O’Brien has told AusGamers that the slick 'n' sexy Mirror's Edge is actually the first game in a trilogy. "The story we're telling at the moment is kind of a trilogy, a three-story arc," O'Brien commented. "For these first couple games, it's all a...

  • Konami "actively looking" into MGS4 on Xbox 360

    Japanese investment research outfit Morningstar thinks Metal Gear Solid 4 could soon be appearing on Xbox 360. Is it true? Has hell officially frozen over? The firm made its incendiary claim in a report on multiplatform release trends (handily summarized by IGN) published shortly after this year...

  • Snag the Linger in Shadows soundtrack for free

    Linger in Shadows is capable of two things: Leaving its user thinking "huh?" and enchanting the audience with its score. If you're a fan of the latter part of its capabilities, then you'll want to head over to the link below in order to download the full soundtrack. Plastic, the team behin...

Share With Your Friends!

The Facebook Platform

Connect to PSU's social reader to share articles and see what your friends are reading. [ More info ]

RSS feed

Forum discussions

More

6,219,473 Posts | 194,552 members