A new trailer for the Move supporting, zombie killing, remastered version of House of the Dead from Sega.
Activision has announced an exclusive bundle of their GoldenEye 007: Reloaded for the PlayStation 3 which will be available from 1 November.
The bundle will include all the necessary parts of Sony’s Move peripheral (Move motion controller, navigation controller, PS Eye camera AND Sharp Shooter), the game itself and to round it off, an exclusive downloadable character.
Undead Ed has just jumped up with uncontrollable excitement about this announcement. He is belting “summer loving had me a blast” into what looks like r0gue’s forearm. That’s the kind of crazy that the announcement of the ‘Grease’ game has elicited around the Zombiegamer camp. I’m just wondering which of the two wants to be Olivier Newton-John’s Sandy…
The game will be coming to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 with full Kinect and Move support this ‘Fall’ – which is Spring in the Southern Hemisphere and much closer to the “summer loving”.
The headline says it all. An extended cut trailer for ‘The House of the Dead: OVERKILL Extended Cut’. It’s “Bigger, Longer, Deeper, Harder”. The game arrives on PS3 on October 25.
The trailer says it. More. More Maps. More Game Modes. More players playing cross-platform. More players playing on keyboard and mouse. Unfortunately, if you own an Xbox 360, you only get the former two. If you own a PS3, you get it all – and more.
PlayStation 3 owners will be able to enjoy CS: GO with a keyboard and mouse. You will have Move support and you will be able to shoot players on PC too. Xbox 360 players have to play with themselves and their controller. But that’s thanks to Microsoft mainly, not the game. Boo.
To be fair, it’s not really a stretch to imagine that the game would offer the opportunity to use the PS3 Move controller as a virtual Katana. However, will there be more than just that? Erm, the announcement today at Gamescom didn’t reveal much.
It’s a slow day OK? Someone’s bound to be interested in EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis ‘series’ entering the high-definition age. The game will arrive next year and will feature all four Grand Slam events as well as PlayStation Move support. Sounds too much like exercise to me…
Paramount Digital Entertainment unveiled the first Star Trek teaser videogame trailer and Sony exclusive Star Trek content during Sony’s keynote at E3. The exclusive Star Trek content included a Star Trek PlayStation Move Phaser attachment, and exclusive PlayStation Network stand-alone Star Trek pre-release downloadable content.