Due out Q2 2010 on PSN, this Debut Trailer for Joe Danger is part Motocross and part Little Big Planet; the 3D side-scroller features 50 events, mini-games, and a level designer.
This Customization Nation trailer for ModNation Racers doesn’t reveal anything new, but we have a release date now: this “MarioKart on steroids” racer arrives on the PS3 6/1/10.
Launching 11/5 in Japan for the Playstation 3, 3D Dot Game Heroes has us giddy for its 3D voxel approach to retro-style, 2D graphics; no word yet on an international release date.
Coming to PSN 10/15, Mushroom Wars looks a bit like Pikmin but is a fast-paced RTS with upgradable bases and weaponry; it’ll offer campaign, skirmish and local multiplayer modes.
Available today on PSN, Critter Crunch is a bit like Kirby meets Puzzle Fighter; called a Barf in the Night, the trailer above does the impossible by making binge eating cute AND competitive.
Available 9/30 on the PS3, Katamari Forever gives the Prince new moves such as the Prince Hop and King Shock while players can use cel-shading, wood grain and other graphic filters.
SCEA’s Rick Marks goes in-depth with the PS3’s motion tracking tech; cool: controller position awareness, which makes everything from calligraphy to tennis games more realistic.
Customize your PS3 Slim according to your tastes (or the lack thereof) courtesy of ColorWare: choose one of nearly four dozen colors for the the top, bottom, logo and controllers.
Thrustmaster’s quartet of Ferrari Gamepads are perfect for prancing pony fans with grips reminiscent of Ferrari car noses; two are wireless and all are compatible with PC/PS3.
You’ll lose ’em in thick brush, but Mad Catz’ Xbox 360 and PS3 Controllers put Modern Warfare 2 fans in the crosshairs with digital camo and dual back-mounted Combat buttons.
From the same team that brought us Super Stardust HD, Dead Nation is yet another zombie brawler–but we’re liking the semi-realistic graphics and visceral weaponry effects.
Available 9/1/09, Sony’s 120GB PS3 Slim uses 32% less space and 34% less power and cost $299; it’ll launch alongside firmware 3.0, minus the ability to install other OS’s. Thanks, Dwayne!
Get ready for a massive 80s/90s cartoon flashback: your favorite half-shelled, pizza-devouring heroes are hitting XBLA and PSN on 8/5/09 with TMNT: Turtles in Time Re-Shelled.
Logitech’s Wireless PS3 Drum Controller for Guitar Hero may be pricey, but you’ll get low-latency RF, fully adjustable components, a stainless steel-topped bass pedal and 30 ft range.
Killzone 2’s Flash & Thunder DLC gets a 1 million SPF reveal with this drill sergeant-led Nuke trailer; you, too will learn how to dress up atomic blasts like a trailer park girl on prom night.
$10 lets you replay one of the best games in Square Enix’s stable: Final Fantasy VII is available on PSN, giving both old-school gamers and new initiates a chance to loathe Sephiroth.
With a 3″ touchscreen, keypad and 8 MP camera, Sony Ericsson’s Aino is already a decent phone; however, the big news is that it’ll stream media from your PS3 from anywhere in the world.
Renowned for their real DJ accessories, Numark’s Scratch Deck targets gamers with both PS3 and Xbox 360 flavors; it sports a touch sensitive turntable and 5 Akai-style drum pads.
Flickr user Reintji has an illuminating (and growing) collection of x-rayed consoles and their controllers; you’ll see the naughty bits of everything from a PS3 to the borg-like Gamecube.
Custom LBP levels are a dime a dozen, but Little Daft Punk is worth at least a few shiny helmets; it’s a remix of Daft Punk’s best hits set on some truly funktastic, Robot Rockin’s stages.
Killzone 2’s first DLC includes two multiplayer maps: Vekta Cruiser is a labyrinthian futuristic complex, while Wasteland Bullet is a jaw-droppingly cool level played on a moving train.
XCM’s Rumble Joystick is the first to be compatible with the PS3; beyond the rockin’ and rollin’, it includes 4 memory buttons with up to 20 moves each, rapid fire and turbo modes.
Filled with flying ninja scrolls and more enemies than you can shake a shuriken at, this debut trailer for Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 rocks; the ginormous Buddha at the end totally pwns.
The FragFX is a best of all worlds controller for the PS3, with a mouse in one hand and a Wii-like “FragChuk” in the other; v.2 improves sensitivity and buttons on both controllers.
It’s very short, but this gameplay video of Resident Evil 5’s Uroboros has us slack-jawed over just how advanced graphics have gotten; it’s a nightmarish, shapeshifting mass of tentacles.
Snipers elicit a love/hate response from most MMO gamers, but we dig this trailer devoted to the Scout’s badge abilities from Killzone 2; the Predator-like cloak is total badass.
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