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All Articles: Real Steel
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
Microsoft has added a pair of very different beat ’em ups to the Xbox Live Arcade today.
The first is Guardian Heroes, a medieval beat ’em up that was originally released for the Sega Saturn. Developed by Treasure, this remade rendition of Guardian Heroes includes enhanced graphics and online play.
The second is a game adaptation of the Hugh Jackson fighting film Real Steel. Customize your robotic boxer and take it into the ring against other steel-plated pugilists. Hugh Jackman not included.
Both games have been priced at 800 Microsoft Points ($10) apiece.
Osaka-based video game developer Yuke’s is best known for the annual release of their WWE Wrestling games and the recent UFC Undisputed titles. They’re also currently working on a game based on the upcoming Hugh Jackman movie, Real Steel. Having made a number of games with human meatbag fighters, a robot brawlfest should be a nice change.
Real Steel is set to be released as a downloadable title in early October for 1200 Microsoft Points on the Xbox Live Arcade and $15 on the PlayStation Network. So be prepared to rock and sock some robots. Forgive me for the terrible joke, robo-enthusiasts.