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Two highly acclaimed indie games make their way to the Xbox One today in Microsoft’s latest Xbox Games Store update.
Threes took the mobile world by storm earlier this year and now the shifty puzzler can be played in glorious high definition on your Xbox One. A massive television screen doesn’t really do much to enhance the playability of Threes, but it surely can’t hurt…
Also available for the Xbox One today is Limbo, Playdead’s haunting monochromatic platformer that was originally released for the Xbox 360 in 2010. Xbox One owners who purchased the system on “Day One” recently received a free copy of Limbo as a thank you from Microsoft.
More information on both of these great games can be found after the break. (more…)
You’ll never forget today’s PlayStation Store update… and that’s not just a play on Capcom’s Remember Me! But yes, Capcom’s noirish third-person action game has been added to the PlayStation Store today alongside two fantastic games now available to download for the first time.
D3’s Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon was released for the PS3 in 2011 and a downloadable version is now available on the PlayStation Network. Shooting armored alien ants was fun two years ago and it’s still fun today.
Also available today is Playdead’s Limbo. The moody platformer was also originally released for the PS3 in 2011, but today’s re-release is for the Vita. Best of all, it’s a Cross-Buy game with the PS3 version.
More details about the above titles and a few other new releases (including Class of Heroes 2 for the PSP) can be found after the break. And the complete rundown of this week’s new game add-ons can be found at the PlayStation Blog. (more…)
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…)
The atmospheric puzzle-platformer Limbo was added to the PlayStation Store yesterday. It’ll be joined by light gun shooter Fast Draw Showdown, the zombie defending sim Dead Block, and a pair of NeoGeo classics: Baseball Stars 2 and The King of Fighters ’95. Both NeoGeo titles can be downloaded on the PSP as well.
Also available this week is Kyuiin, a wild PSone Import where you control a sentient vacuum in a side-scrolling shooter battle against dirt. On the PSP side of things, Square Enix has added Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions to the PlayStation Store.
Finally, if you’re a Borderlands fan, or even if you’re not, you might want to know that all Borderlands content will be 50% off this week. And if you’ve never played Borderlands, the store has an even better deal: The Borderlands: Game of the Year bundle for just $14.99! That’s the original game and all four expansions, a package that goes for $60 regularly. Whoa!
Hit the jump for more details on all of this week’s releases and check out the PlayStation.Blog for a complete list of this week’s add-on content and PlayStation Plus perks. (more…)
Developer Playdead likely had to build a whole new wing in their headquarters to hold all the awards Limbo won last year. Now, it looks like the XBLA hit will soon be heading to the PC (via Steam) and the PlayStation Network.
Playdead CEO and co-founder Dino Patti confirmed the good news to Joystiq earlier today:
“This might be the second time around we have been waiting for,” Patti said, referencing his quote from last May in which he said, “You won’t see a PS3 or PC version this time around.” Patti said that “Limbo is in production for Steam and PSN, and is coming very soon.” With a release date of “very soon” he predictably said more details would be coming shortly.
Playdead is also hard at work on an original game, but they’re still not ready to talk about it just yet.
The nominees for the 2011 Game Developers Choice Awards, which will be handed out on March 2 during the Game Developers Conference, have been announced.
The monochromatic XBLA puzzle-platformer Limbo took seven nominations, more than any other game. But Rockstar’s cowboy opus Red Dead Redeption was close behind with six while BioWare’s Mass Effect 2 received five.
Other big nominees include God of War III, Heavy Rain and Minecraft, all of which received three nominations. Minecraft’s inclusion among the nominees marks the first time a game has received a GDC Award nomination and was selected as a finalist in the Independent Games Festival.
Hit the jump for the full list of nominees. (more…)