One of the most exciting games of this year’s E3 convention, The Last of Us, has been given a new trailer as well as a release date. The latest trailer introduces us to more than just Joel and Ellie, the only two characters we’ve come across in any detail thus far.
After a strong focus on the Move and 3D game play last year, Sony this year focuses more on the sheer game play aspects. The stage itself is impressive with thirteen screens and being over five stories high. The screens went black and the audience was treated with some nice dubstep paired with game play footage from various
E3 is just days away, and of course hype is beginning to build. So below is a list of my hopes and predictions for some of the big threes conferences. Nintendo: The ‘Hardcore’ line-up they promised to deliver to the Wii U, after they admitted they failed the core gamer with the
The Last of US has been a game shrouded in mystery. It wasn’t even known that Naughty Dog (creators of the Uncharted series) were developing it and all we’ve had to go off of is a debut trailer and some screen shots of a newspaper and the environemt. Finally, another
We heard a while back about that Sony wanted Aaron Sorkin, the Academy Award winning writer, to adapt the bestselling biopic on Steve Jobs written by Walter Isaacson. After Sony had won the $1 million deal to get the rights to the biopic film, Sorkin is quoted saying he was
With Sony’s announcement that Killzone 3‘s multiplayer is going the free to play route, it reminded me of all the free multiplayer betas that have been springing up over the last few weeks. Games such as Gotham City Impostors, Starhawk, and Twisted Metal have all launched early free to play betas to allow gamers
With Universal’s four-year picture deal with Hasbro coming to a close, the game company’s properties are back up for grabs to the other studios. Sony and Adam Sandler’s company Happy Madison were quick to snatch the rights to the board game “Candy Land,” with plans for Sandler to star in
In this particular instance we have threats coming from internet cyber-attack group Anonymous. Earlier in the year Sony’s PSN network was compromised and taken offline for months leaving the gaming community frustrated and showing the company that the groups bite is just as strong as their bark. So now we have arrived to the trials of SOPA and as well we are seeing the internet acting out against certain supporters.
Sony may be about to fork over top dollar for the rights to Steve Jobs autobiography. Deadline reports that the studio is in talks to acquire the rights to the upcoming authorized biography by former CNN chairman and Time Magazine managing editor Walter Isaacson. The purchase is said to cost
So in addition to the uber-high prices to see a film in 3D nowadays, not to mention the stupid high cost to see one in a regular format, the almighty Sony has chosen to stop providing movie-goers with 3D glasses. “What does this mean?”, you ask. It means, my friends,