It seems like forever since we ran a ‘gratuitous boobs’ story on the Play blog (although we know for a fact that it hasn’t really been that long at all) so here’s one featuring the PS3’s favourite women in uniform out of uniform
Speculation is rife this morning that Sweden based developer Grin could be facing closure after the poor performance of its games this year. Its Barcelona and Gothenburg studios were both closed earlier this year citing financial difficulties and it is now being reported that staff based in the Stockholm HQ have been told not to show up to work.
After several months of murmurings but very little in the way of official news, the debut trailer for Guitar Hero: Van Halen has split-jumped onto the internet in a flurry of hairspray and tight stripy clothing
The Danish EA website has revealed the full tracklisting for Double Fine’s soundtrack to Brutal Legend, due out this October. It’s possible that the list was released prematurely, but Tim Schafer has since confirmed that over 100 licensed songs from bands like Judas Priest, Def Leppard, Manowar, Motorhead and oddly enough Tenacious D will be in the game. “This soundtrack took years to put together as we wanted to represent every genre of Metal, and also have the perfect music for every epic moment in the game,” Schafer revealed. “It’s designed to be loved by Metal fans, and for those who are not, it will either convert them or make their heads explode … or both.”
A very reliable source at a major UK retail chain has told Play that the PS3 price-drop is definitely happening soon
Those of you looking forward to Rocktober and the release of Brutal Legend can breath a sigh of relief because the suit between the game’s developers Double Fine and Activision, who previous held the rights to publish the game, has been settled. Activision’s legal team has told the court in Los Angeles where the dispute was being handled that a settlement has been reached. Read more after the jump.
In an exclusive interview with Play, Tecmo Koei COO and president Kenji Matsubara revealed the circumstances under which he could see the Ninja Gaiden series being adapted to work with Sony’s motion control technology sometime in the future… hit the link to read more!
Prototype has made a few million for Activision, but it’s a drop in the ocean really
Ever since Fat Princess was announced a wave of hype has somehow emerged, fuelling interest in the game
The latest issue of your favourite PlayStation magazine hits shelves today, priced £4.99
Have you been keeping a close eye on Gran Turismo for PSP? We can understand if you have; it is an exceptionally good looking game for the handheld. Some of the car models in particular are breathtaking for such a small device, but they get better. Pre-order Gran Turismo for its release on October 1 (the same day as the PSPgo incidentally) and you will receive a whole bunch of additional cars. Let’s take a look at them…
Cast your eyes below for a peak at the new gameplay trailer for Fairytale Fights, a game in which you play as a cute little fairytale character – in this case Little Red Riding Hood – and hack your way mercilessly through a number of blood-soaked levels, leaving nothing but blood and body parts in your wake
I’ve always wondered what would happen if the next-gen console war was literally a war
Really small news for really small people. And people of all other sizes too.