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All Articles: InFamous: Festival of Blood
With the much-heralded arrival of InFamous: Second Son, we thought the franchise’s first two (and a half) entries deserved one more day in the spotlight. Sucker Punch Productions first introduced the world to Cole McGrath and the Ray Sphere in 2009. But how did the franchises’s beginnings prepare us for one of the most anticipated titles of the new console generation? (more…)
Is the massive heat wave that’s engulfing most of the country also burning a hole in your wallet? If you’re a PS3 owner, Sony has a solution to your problem: The 2012 PSN Summer Sale.
Beginning today and running through next Monday, July 9, the PSN Summer Sale offers up some sweet discounts on 11 PSN titles. PlayStation Plus subscribers get 50% off each title while regular PSN users get a still awesome 30% off.
Here’s the full list of Summer Sale titles:
Gotham City Impostors
The House of the Dead III
InFamous: Festival of Blood
Jurassic Park: The Game
Killzone 3 Multiplayer
NBA Jam: On Fire Edition
Shadow of the Colossus
Worms: Ultimate Mayhem
The votes are in and Sony has announced the winners of the 2012 PSN Gamers’ Choice Awards. Unlike all those hoity-toity award shows with their red carpets and fancy clothes, the PSN Gamers’ Choice Awards has something even better. All of the winners are 30% off on the PlayStation Store this week (and PlayStation Plus subscribers get 50% off the original price).
So, with our introductions completed, on to the winners…
Best PSN Exclusive
InFamous: Festival of Blood
Best PSN Game
Resident Evil 4
Best PSN Game Playable Online
Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition
Best PS3 Full Game
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood
Best PlayStation Move Game
Dungeon Hunter: Alliance
Best 3D Game
God of War: Origins Collection
Best PlayStation Classic
Best Mini Game
Best PSP Game
Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy
PlayStation Community Award (Best Indie)
For over 20 years, Tetris has captivated the world. And in 2011, it sank its tetrahedronal teeth into PS3 gamers all over again as the vintage puzzler managed to outsell every other PSN game on the PlayStation Store. Sing it with me!
Doo, do do do, do do do, do do do, do do do, do do do, do, dododo.
The data comes from a Game Informer report listing the ten best-selling PSN games for 2011. Other top ten contenders include the Resident Evil 4 HD remake, the InFamous 2 standalone expansion InFamous: Festival of Blood, and Telltale’s Back to the Future adaptation.
You can find the full list, as well as a look at the bestselling DLC add-ons, after the break. (more…)
Sony has updated the PlayStation Store with the final “Only On PSN” selections: InFamous: Festival of Blood and PixelJunk SideScroller.
In InFamous: Festival of Blood, a vampiric virus has swept through New Marais, infecting everyone, including Cole McGrath. Festival of Blood is a standalone expansion, meaning it doesn’t require InFamous or InFamous 2. The game also includes the new User Generated Content tools and vamps out with a nice $9.99 price tag (PS Plus subscribers get it for an even nicer $7.99).
PixelJunk SideScroller is Q-Games’ take on the side-scrolling shooter. And as you’d expect from the development team, they turn the genre on its head with “luminescent visuals, incredible bosses, and unforgettable powerups and weaponry.” PixelJunk SideScroller has also been priced at $9.99 with a 20% discount for PS Plus users.
A ridiculous number of additional new releases have been brought to the PS Store this week including Zombie Apocalypse: Never Die Alone, Daytona USA, Worms: Crazy Golf, and downloadable versions of Call of Duty: Black Ops, Homefront, and MX vs ATV Alive.
More information on all of this week’s new releases and game add-ons can be found at the PlayStation.Blog.
Sony has big plans for the PlayStation Move this Autumn.
Leading things off on September 13 (which was actually a few days ago) is “LittleBigPlanet’s biggest Downloadable Content pack to date,” LittleBigPlanet 2 Move Pack: Rise of the Cakeling. Rise of the Cakeling adds five new story levels, seven side levels and gives gamers the ability to paint their own stickers and create their own Move-powered games. According to Sony, the Move Pack for LBP2 will “vastly broaden your creative palette.”
If you’d prefer to paint the town with blood, the standalone InFamous: Festival of Blood will be available to download on October 25 alongside a game update that adds Move support to InFamous 2.
Rounding out the rest of the Move-a-palooze is Everybody Dance on October 18 and the trio of Carnival Island, EyePet & Friends and Medieval Moves: Deadmund’s Quest on November 15.
You can move forward with more information on all of these Move titles after the break. (more…)
Of all games to catch the vampire plague, InFamous 2 was not one that I was expecting. But, from the looks of this teaser trailer, it looks like it will be an interesting addition to the Infamous universe. Out just in time for Halloween, Festival of Blood will have you shocking your way through some fanged foes and pimping ’round the streets of a very creepy New Marais.