Remember Ape Escape? It was the first game for the original PlayStation to make use of the DualShock controller mandatory. Also it had monkeys and the catching thereof. Six years after the release of the last “real” Ape Escape for consoles, Sony’s announced “PlayStation Move Ape Escape”, set to hit PSN this summer.
Most of the attention of the latest PS3 firmware update (humorously numbered 3.60), version 3.60 has been on the addition of online game save storage for PlayStation Plus subscribers. But that’s not the only new addition to the firmware, it seems. According to reports from hackers, changes to the way the PS3′s software works means that the system’s previous hacks no longer work.
Microsoft’s Kinect peripheral has been named the ‘fastest selling consumer device’ by the Guiness Book of World Records according to a BBC News story – a title previously (albeit briefly) held by Apple’s iPad. 10 million of the HAL 9000 forerunners controller-free gaming devices have now been sold worldwide in the four months since launch. This compares with around 15 million iPads sold over eight months – only half as [...]
So…. there’s this incredible new game with a trailer that has recently surfaced. The story takes place in what appears to be a sort of dystopian future with Asian-inspired architecture, where these giant mechs are encumbered to bear fisticuffs and duke it out in barren city landscapes in order to survive. Developer Adhesive Games has been working on this title for only 9 months, but what you may soon see [...]
There’s only four days left to vote for the BAFTA GAME Award 2010! The BAFTAs are one of the most sought-after prizes given out during the awards season. It’s mostly associated with the film and television industries from which it derives its name (British Academy of Film and Television Arts), but since 2006 they have held a separate awards ceremony honouring the work of the videogames industry. Last year’s big [...]