Tag: Nihilistic Software
News Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified Developer Changes Name, Focuses on Mobile
Dramatic turn of events
You’ve officially tarnished Nihilistic Software’s name to the point where the studio has had to completely rebrand. The Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified developer announced this morning that it is renaming itself to nStigate. The stud
News Resistance: Burning Skies Video Brightens the Holidays
Frightfully perfect transition
With Vita’s recent release in Japan and the media all abuzz comparing Vita and 3DS sales over the holidays, Resistance: Burning Skies developer Nihilistic thought it’d be a perfect time to unload a fresh bit of its upcoming Vita game, as it’s already looking like it’ll do some serious damage to Vita owners'...
News Resistance: Burning Skies Storms The George Washington Bridge
Just over ten years ago, we remember begging our parents for a copy of Ecks Vs Sever on the Game Boy Advance
We had read about the first-person shooter in a magazine, and recall thinking how awesome it would be to play a proper shooter on a handheld. The game, it turned out, wasn't all that — but ever since Ecks Vs Sever's release, we've been...
News Nihilistic Finding PlayStation Vita Development Similar To PS3
Nihilistic is currently developing PlayStation Vita spin-off Resistance: Burning Skies, but has previously worked on PlayStation 3 titles such as PlayStation Move Heroes
Making the jump between home console and handheld hasn't been too difficult for the studio however, as it told the PlayStation Blog that it "really hasn't been that big of a...
GamesCom 2011 Resistance Burning Skies To Side-Step Loading Times
The PlayStation Portable was famous for its crunching loading times
Partly the fault of Sony's conspicuous portable UMD format, loading completely broke the pace of a number of PSP titles. But if Nihilistic Software's upcoming PlayStation Vita FPS, Resistance: Burning Skies, is indicative of future releases on Sony's new handheld platform, loading...
GamesCom 2011 Sony Announces Resistance Burning Skies For PlayStation Vita
Sony kicked off its PlayStation Vita software offering by announcing Resistance: Burning Skies, a brand-new title in Insomniac's first-person alternate history franchise developed by Nihilistic Software
The game puts players in control of Tom Riley, a New York fireman faced with the threat of Chimera's initial invasion on New York. Nihilistic showed...
News Resistance: Burning Skies Confirmed for Vita
Nihilistic's game gets named
Resistance on PlayStation Vita has an official name: Resistance: Burning Skies. Developed by Nihilistic Software, the game was shown off during Sony's media briefing at Gamescom in Cologne. With a brand new hero — Tom Riley — and a brand new story, here's hoping the game can live up to the standard set by its...
Feature Meet the PlayStation Move Heroes: Jak and Daxter
The lighter side of Naughty Dog
PlayStation Move Heroes is now upon us, and we've previously taken a look into the sneaky heroes that are Sly Cooper and Bentley, but now it’s time to head back into Sony’s past to take an inside look at another of PlayStations greatest series – Jak and Daxter. Come with us as well delve into the wacky world of...
News PlayStation Move Heroes Finally Gets A UK Release Date... Erm, Next Week!
It feels like we've been waiting forever for a UK release date for Nihilistic Software's PlayStation Move mascot mash-up, the imaginatively titled PlayStation Move Heroes
Now we've got confirmation of a firm release date for Britain: next week. Uh-huh, it's due out on March 25th nationwide. Gives you ten days to put your pre-order in. What do you...
News PlayStation Plus Subscribers Hook Up With The PlayStation Move Heroes Next Month
PlayStation Plus subscribers in North America will continue to get the privileged treatment next month, as Sony unloads exclusive early access to the PlayStation Move Heroes demo on March 1st. Players will get to test out the PlayStation Move controlled mascot cross-over title at least three weeks before its release in North America, while...
News PlayStation Move Heroes Dev Diary Emerges from Wormhole
Or California, one of the two
Californian developer Nihilistic Software is the studio entrusted with bringing three key Sony franchises – Ratchet & Clank, Jak & Daxter and Sly Cooper – to PlayStation 3, and now the studio has opened its doors for a behind-the-scenes video to explain the process that brought the six heroes together...
News PlayStation Move Heroes Story Trailer Sets the Scene
Join the Interuniversal Hero Games
Ever wonder how the six lead characters in PlayStation Move Heroes came together for the first time in Sony history? If you guessed "a gravitational anomaly has opened a rift in space-time, creating a wormhole into another world" then give yourself a big pat on the back. In order to decide which of the...
News This Is What Happens When Six PlayStation Mascots Get Together
In many ways, PlayStation Move Heroes is a PlayStation fanboy's dream package
There's Sly and Bentley, Ratchet and Clank, heck, there's even Jak and Daxter. What more could any self recognising SCE fanboy need? Each of the characters are voiced by their original actors, with developers Nihilistic citing the cast's personalities as the...
News Brand New PlayStation Move Heroes Screenshots Whip In
See a raccoon with a laser whip
How much more needs to be said about PlayStation Move Heroes? Six of Sony's top characters – Sly, Bentley, Ratchet, Clank, Jak and Daxter – uniting for the first time in a Move-exclusive adventure. You likely already know if you're going to buy it or not, but these screenshots might entice you into keeping a...
News Those Waiting To Try Out PlayStation Move Heroes Should Not Worry, A Demo Is On The Way
Sony's confirmed via the comments section of the PlayStation Blog that upcoming mascot crossover title, PlayStation Move Heroes, will get a demo before its late March release
Sony promises there'll be more information in February.
News PlayStation Move Heroes To Get North American PlayStation Move Bundle
Killzone 3 aside, PlayStation Move Heroes looks like it's the next big title for Sony's motion controller
The title — which lets you play as Sly Cooper, Bentley, Ratchet, Clank, Jak and Daxter — is due out in the US on March 22nd and it looks like Sony's teamed up with Toys 'R' Us to offer a new Move bundle including the game. The $99.99 package...
News Toys 'R' Us Gets Exclusive PlayStation Move Heroes Bundle
Demo expected before launch
Toys 'R' Us brought home an exclusive EyePet bundle a few months ago, and the critter obviously behaved itself as the company is back to bring a new exclusive bundle for upcoming title PlayStation Move Heroes. When the game launches in North America on March 22nd you'll be able to pick it up in a bundle containing a...
News Resistance NGP Not A Port, Not By Insomniac
Fresh eyes on the series
Insomniac Games may have made a name for Resistance on the PS3, but the studio won’t be handling the franchise's latest handheld incarnation for the NGP. In a tweet by Insomniac, the team congratulated Nihilistic Software for its hard work on the game, and then followed up by adding that NGP Resistance is a brand new game,...
News Nihilistic Software On Resistance NGP Development Duties
While Nihilistic Software put the finishing touches to PlayStation Move Heroes, the studio already has another project in the works
A Tweet from Resistance creators Insomniac Games has revealed that Nihilistic are the studio behind the upcoming Resistance title for NGP. According to Insomniac, the game will be a new entry in the franchise and not a...
News PlayStation Move Heroes Minigames Get Detailed
What's in the package?
Taking PlayStation's six most beloved heroes and putting them into one package, PlayStation Move Heroes has caught the attention of many, but how does the game actually play? Far from the 3D action platformer some would have expected, the title is actually more like a minigame compilation, according to Siliconera. One game on...
News PlayStation Move Heroes Launches March 22nd In North America
Wha-? Another game? Seems we barely have time to blink here in the PushSquare office before Sony's announcing the release date for yet another exclusive. This time the American arm of the PlayStation Blog's slapped a March 22nd release date on Nihilistic Software's motion controlled PlayStation Move Heroes. The game — which features all of...
News PlayStation Move Heroes Proves Video Games Can Include Colour
Y'know what games lack? Colour
Sony's upcoming PlayStation mascot crossover title, PlayStation Move Heroes, proves that games can actually utilise more than 10,000 shades of brown and still look good. The game's heading to the PlayStation 3 next year and will obvious support the Move motion controller. How'd you guess?</em>
News Sony Shows Off PlayStation Move Heroes Flying Disc Stage
Doesn't explain name change
The game formerly known as Heroes on the Move, PlayStation Move Heroes is part of Sony's "second wave" of Move titles. But what does that mean, exactly? Here, let Nihilistic Software's studio director Robert Huebner explain more about the game in video form. The video shows off a stage in which the player picks...
News Heroes On The Move Renamed To The Spectacularly Rubbish "PlayStation Move Heroes"
Of all the things PlayStation Move has going for it, catchy software titles are not one of them. We already have Start The Party, The Shoot and The Fight. By those standards, PlayStation Move's mascot mash-up title Heroes On The Move had an incredible name. The key being the past-tense. Ahead of this weekend's New York Comic-Con, Nihilistic...
GamesCom 2010 Heroes On The Move Details Make Us Gaga
What's better than Ratchet & Clank or Sly & Bentley or Jak & Daxter? The answer is all of them put together, which is exactly what Heroes On The Move - the upcoming PlayStation Move title from Sony and Nihilistic - is all about
Announced at E3 as a 2011 PlayStation Move title, Sony's been particularly tight-lipped about the...
News Zombie Apocalypse Hits The Playstation Network This Week
So it's a dual-joystick shooter involving zombies; pretty much the absolute biggest cliche you can muster in this generation of video games
Still, Zombie Apocalypse looks pretty darn fun. Nihilistic Software have confirmed via their blog that the hordes of undead will rise on the Playstation Store from this week for just $10. We're looking forward...