It may surprise some of our American readers, but the NES was never particularly popular in Europe. The console certainly had a presence in these parts, but computers like the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum were far more prevalent – especially in the UK. This author did have a friend, however, who had one of the grey boxes, and A...
Macabre point-and-click adventure Machinarium will finally stumble onto the PlayStation Network next month, Sony has revealed. Ross McGrath teased the news in a recent PlayStation Plus update post, stating that September would see “two new titles” added to the premium service. A forthright commenter suggested that the two titles could...
Blast from the past
Pull out your Dad’s favourite 80s hair metal LPs and squeeze into your Mum’s leopard skin pants – because Double Dragon is making a comeback. Publisher Majesco announced the exciting news this evening, confirming that 2D masters WayForward Technologies are handling the long overdue makeover. Double Dragon: Neon – due out...
This is progress
Girl Fight is guaranteed to do gangbusters when it karate kicks the PlayStation Network in high-heels later this year. The Microprose (remember those guys?) and Kung Fu Factory developed arcade brawler promises, and we quote, “a unique all-female, fast-paced spin on arcade-style fighting games”. Sounds... awesome? Published by...
Wayforward's overdue resurrection of classic vampire brawler Bloodrayne is due to take place on September 6th
Launching directly on PSN, Bloodrayne: Betrayal is a side-scrolling action game again following protagonist Rayne as she sets out to due battle with supernatural foes. Those purchasing the game via Sony's PSN Play initiative will get a set...
Will it be MMAssive?
Vita's getting its first taste of blood with Supremacy MMA later this year. The arcade-styled take on mixed martial arts will reach Vita in time for Christmas, complete with its female fighters and speedy gameplay. The announcement doesn't mention whether the game will make use of Vita's unique features, but stay tuned for more...
Move goes splat
Hankering for some PlayStation Move paintball action? That hankering can finish today, as Greg Hastings Paintball 2 is out now on PlayStation Network in North America. Originally released on Xbox 360 and Wii last year, the game offers 14-player action with PlayStation Move support to boot and costs a cool $19.99. We'll be taking aim...
BloodRayne Betrayal will colour the PlayStation Network in crimson this August, according to Joystiq
The game will retail for $15. The game's in development at WayForward, a studio well known for its pretty, two-dimensional visuals. Guess what? BloodRayne Betrayal has pretty, two-dimensional visuals.
The blood will rain in Bloodrayne: Betrayal
Seriously, there's more blood in this 50-second debut trailer than most games contain in a full 20-hour campaign. Still, we suppose it makes sense — this being a game called Bloodrayne and all. The game itself actually looks pretty rad. Some of the animation is a teensy bit janky, but we like the...
Majesco's confirmed the return of the BloodRayne series, when scantily clad protagonist Rayne returns in PSN title, BloodRayne: Betrayal, this summer
The 2D action game is in development at Californian outfit WayForward. It will be the studio's first PlayStation 3 release. The game's promising plenty of puzzles, weapons and gore, and is being...
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