AMY and Darksiders highlight this week’s European PlayStation Store update!
Little Big planet 2
2011 has been a fantastic year for gaming, with developers showing that they really know how to take advantage of the PS3 and Xbox 360; dishing out games with both quality and innovation. As the year comes to a close, lots of gaming websites will begin picking their choices for the best game of the year, and while many games will be nominated, very few will actually walk away with this coveted award. Like the title says, I believe that all (well, most) of the games below are very good, and have a chance of being nominated for Game of the Year, and on some web-sites/media, may even win. My intention isn’t to belittle these games at all, but I believe that on most gaming sites these games won’t win GOTY, and here’s why.(more…)
It’s almost upon us. The one shopping day of the year filled with so much violence, betrayal and family drama, it could be a God of War game. Hit the jump to find out our run down of the some of the best deals for gaming this holiday season.(more…)
This week, Target guests can save on the best in gaming and gadgets for everyone. Through Target’s Electronics Trade-In service, exclusively offered in more than 1,490 Target stores nationwide, guests can trade in used iPhones, iPads, iPods, Nintendo DS units, cellphones, video games, calculators and DVDs, and receive credit good for most Target purchases. Guests can receive additional savings and 5 percent off nearly all Target purchases when they use their Target REDCard.(more…)
Here is a brand new Trailer for Little Big Planet 2. In this trailer players will get to see Move in action with the game. Create a whole new world of excitement and gameplay next month with the LBP 2 Move patch.
This September you will be able to start using the Playstation Move on LBP2 in an upcoming DLC patch. Along with that you’ll receive a new level kit and design pack along with some brand new trophies. Hit the jump to see the full list of new trophies.
Eric Levine, SCEA PR Manager writes on the PS Blog:
In 2008, LittleBigPlanet delighted gamers across the world by providing unparallel innovation and a tool set with infinite possibilities. I remember the jaw-dropping level where you didn’t even have to play. I remember the amusement that came from the shark survival levels, or leading other players into an unfamiliar level. LittleBigPlanet is the pinnacle of user generated content, and so I was bit skeptical when they announced a sequel to a title that frankly didn’t need one. Does LittleBigPlanet 2 succeed in beating its predecessor?