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04-02-2007, 03:01 PM
Blast Factor: $7.99
Blast Factor Multiplayer Pack: $2.99
Cash Guns Chaos DLX: $9.99
-Starter Pack: Free
-Easy Pack, Mild Pack, Difficult Pack, Fiendish Pack: $2.99 each
Gran Turismo HD Concept: Free
Gran Turismo HD Concept v1.1: Free
Q Bert: $5.99
Tekken: Dark Resurrection: $19.99 Added 3/1
PS3 Game Updates
Genji: Days of The Blade Costume Pack
PS1 Game Downloads
Only Playable on PSP
Crash Bandicoot: $5.99
Destruction Derby: $5.99
Hot Shots Golf 2: $5.99
Jet Moto: $5.99
Jumping Flash: $5.99
Rally Cross: $5.99
Syphon Filter: $5.99
Tekken 2: $5.99
PSP Game Demos
Only Playable on PSP
Loco Roco Holiday Demo Requires Firmware 3.02
PS3 Game Demos
Formula One Championship Edition
Full Auto 2
Genji: Days of the Blade
Resistance Fall of Man
Ridge Racer 7
Downloadable Game Demos
Cash Guns Chaos DLX
Go! Sudoku Starter Pack
Calling All Cars HD
Cash Guns Chaos Gameplay Video 720p
Genji: Days of the Blade HD
Gran Turismo HD HD
Lemmings Videos HD
-Bridge Too Far
MotorStorm Trailer 1 HD
MotorStorm Trailer 2 HD
NBA 07 HD 1080p
Resistance: Fall of Man HD
-Game Trailer HD
-Behind the Scenes: Audio HD
-Behind the Scenes: Weapons HD
-Behind the Scenes: Playstation 3 HD
Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom Cinematic Trailer 1080p
Blu-ray Movie Trailers
Black Hawk Down HD 1080p
Blood Diamond HD 1080p
Casino Royale HD
Click HD 1080p
Ghost Rider HD
Harry Potter and The Order of The Phoenix HD 1080p
House of Flying Daggers HD 1080p
Letters from Iwo Jima HD Added 3/1
Lucky You HD
Silent Hill HD 1080p
Stealth HD 1080p
Talladega Nights HD
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles HD 1080p
The Astronaut Farmer HD 1080p
The Good German HD 1080p
The Messengers HD
Underworld: Evolution HD
Unaccompanied Minors: HD 1080p
PS2 HDD Game Support Update
04-02-2007, 07:30 PM
So you download those PS1 games and put 'em on your PSP? Why can't we play them on the on the PS3? Dude, that'd be sweet. Gimme that Twisted Metal 2!
04-02-2007, 09:41 PM
A firmware update this year will fix that. I think they are testing to see if anyone actually wants the games.
04-03-2007, 12:06 AM
Hot damn I'm gonna have to buy this fucker sooner than expected if they get that fixed. I know I have to buy one for MGS4, and for the first time in my life I'm hoping for a delay so I don't have to release the $600 from my bank account. :laugh:
04-04-2007, 12:42 PM
There's not a lot there really, there was shit ton more stuff on Xbox marketplace by this time last year, and Wii has all those VC titles to keep the campers happy.
Needs to be stepped up some
04-05-2007, 07:50 PM
Gran Turismo HD Concept v. 1.2 (free update): Developed by Polyphony Digital, Gran Turismo HD Concept delivers an unparalleled racing experience in full HD 1080p* resolution with next-generation graphics and physics. Race ten cars from worldwide manufacturers, including the Gran Turismo debut of Ferrari. This updated version enables you to view the Top 10 worldwide rankings for each car and mode. Also, Gran Turismo HD Concept now is fully compatible with force feedback via Logitech®'s Driving Force™, Driving Force™ Pro, and Driving Force™ EX steering wheels.
GTA IV: Things Will Be Different Teaser (free): The hugely anticipated, new installment in the ground-breaking Grand Theft Auto series is set to arrive for the PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3™) system in October 2007, but you can catch a glimpse of what’s in store now in this HD teaser video.
Armored Core 4 Demo (free): The most enthralling mech action series is back with Armored Core 4. Now you can check out a playable demo featuring three exciting single-player missions from the full version of the game in addition to a sneak-peek of the game’s deep customization mode.
Brand-spankin’ New Movie Trailers: Download movie trailers of Are We Done Yet?, Perfect Stranger and Stardust.
04-11-2007, 09:59 AM
Mortal Kombat 2 should be up Thursday for $4.99.
04-13-2007, 03:06 PM
First one is Super Stardust HD. (http://www.1up.com/do/previewPage?cId=3158563&sec=PREVIEWS)
"In the game you control a tiny spacecraft that hovers over planets. Your mission is simple: destroy everything in sight. The ship has three different weapons, each of which has a different impact on the various asteroids and ice crystals floating around. For example, while some weapons are able to break asteroids more effectively than others, they create far more debris as well. After blowing up enough asteroids and crystals, enemies appear -- once you eliminate those, you move onto the next phase. Each planet has five phases, with the last featuring a boss battle."
[URL="http://www.1up.com/do/previewPage?cId=3158680&sec=PREVIEWS"]Second game is Nucleaus. (http://media.1up.com/media?id=3247651)
"For instance, Nucleus doesn't take place in outer space, but in "Inner Space" (no relation to the film, as far as we know). And instead of shooting aliens, you fight bacteria while swimming around blood cells and collecting proteins. Players control a "remote unit" which looks a bit like a sperm cell. It, ahem, squirts, shoots, and deploys protein bombs (once enough protein has been collected). To gain more protein, players need to shoot cells that release it."
04-13-2007, 03:13 PM
"For instance, Nucleus doesn't take place in outer space, but in "Inner Space" (no relation to the film, as far as we know). And instead of shooting aliens, you fight bacteria while swimming around blood cells and collecting proteins. Players control a "remote unit" which looks a bit like a sperm cell. It, ahem, squirts, shoots, and deploys protein bombs (once enough protein has been collected). To gain more protein, players need to shoot cells that release it."[/I]
Betcha I know what the final boss is for this game! :p
04-13-2007, 08:46 PM
A giant mutant fetus?
04-13-2007, 08:56 PM
*hangs his head in disappointment*
04-26-2007, 09:42 PM
Ninja Gaiden & Virtua Tennis 3 demo's now available in the US. Trailers for Gauntlet II, Stranglehold, The Wheelman, & The Godfather are also available.
04-26-2007, 10:44 PM
I wonder if Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony realize how much power is in their online market places. I'm definitely picking up a PS3 to revel in MGS4 this fall, and my original plan was to eBay the system after playing myself thoroughly sick with the game. I'd hang on to the expensive bugger if I could amass a killer old school library with games like JetMoto, Twisted Metal 2, etc....the type of classic games I love that will never be available on the Wii Shop Channel.
I also dig how Sony is selling their old school games considerably cheaper than Nintendo is. $4.99 for MK2? If and when it comes to Wii, it'll be about $8.00.
04-27-2007, 02:35 PM
Nintendo needs to move away from the classic games, and bring in some new material. They need demos also.
05-02-2007, 10:27 AM
Play as the Warrior, Valkyrie, Elf, or the Wizard in Gauntlet II! Enter a dungeon with several hundred levels as players defeat monster generators that churn out wave after wave of enemies. Players can destroy them to clear the level and find their way to the exit! Collect food for health and magic items for power-ups while plowing through the dungeon. Brought back and available for download exclusively on the PLAYSTATION 3 computer entertainment system, it’s time to re-experience this classic Midway arcade title.
Replay All Your Favorite Characters – Choose from one of four characters, either Thor the Warrior, Merlin the Wizard, Thyra the Valkyrie or Questor the Elf.
Dungeon Crawling Action in 100+ Unique Levels – Players will fight their way through levels in new ways by having the playfield turned in steps of 90° or the classic invisible walls.
Control Your Enemies’ Fate, Control Your Own – Players will race to make the enemy "It" and avoid becoming "It" themselves! Release the curse that draws all enemies towards you by touching another player or entering the exit. The medieval game of games is on!
Multiplayer Action – Play online against other players through the PLAYSTATION Network. Track wins, and see how everyone stacks up against other players through dedicated leader boards.
Gauntlet II is scheduled to launch on May 3, 2007, on the PLAYSTATION Network for the suggested retail price of $4.99.
05-04-2007, 09:01 AM
Classic Gaming for PS3 Hits PLAYSTATION Store This Week
The vintage days of gaming return Thursday as Sony Computer Entertainment America will offer ten classic PlayStation titles on the PLAYSTATION Store for download and play on PLAYSTATION 3 (PS3) system. Other new additions to the PLAYSTATION Store this week includes Super Rub a Dub and Gauntlet II, which are downloadable in their entirety.
Below are the details of these exciting new offerings:
PlayStation titles for PS3 ($5.99): PlayStation favorites are reborn on the PS3! Download PlayStation format software from the PLAYSTATION Store and play at home on your PS3 and on the go with the PSP (PlayStation Portable) system. Experience classic gameplay all over again with the following titles: 2Xtreme, Crash Bandicoot, Destruction Derby, Jet Moto, Jumping Flash, MediEvil, Rally Cross, Syphon Filter, Tekken 2 and WipeOut. Consumers who have already purchased these titles for their PSP system may download it to their PS3 at no additional charge.
Super Rub a Dub Starter Pack & Full Game (free/$6.99): Amusing and vibrant, Super Rub a Dub brings rubber ducklings to life. Utilizing the SIXAXIS wireless controller motion sensors, guide your ducklings in colorful water-filled tubs to clear each stage safely away from sharks.
Gauntlet II Full Game ($4.99): Play as the Warrior, Valkyrie, Elf, or Wizard and enter a dungeon with over one hundred levels, as you defeat wave after wave of enemies. Destroy them to clear the level and find your way to the exit!
Super Stardust HD Trailer (free): With five highly detailed 3D planets to save, hordes of enemies and asteroids to destroy, and various game play modes, Super Stardust HD presents super intense action.
Rampart Trailer (free): Get a sneak peak at this arcade classic in advance of its re-release on the PLAYSTATION Store.
BlackSite Area 51 Trailer (free): BlackSite: Area 51 is a next-generation game that will redefine the first person shooter (FPS) genre using its integrated cutting-edge technology, game design, and unique story-writing.
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Movie Trailer (free): Catch the trailer for the next chapter in the popular franchise, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End.
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