Crysis 3 returns with the biggest and most explosive arsenal in franchise history, and you can grab it now on PlayStation Store. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has combined its digital copy with its Season Pass for a great bundle offering available this week on the store.
If first person shooters aren’t your cup of tea, Urban Trial Freestyle brings physics-based motorbike action to PS3 and PS Vita. There’s also Skyrim DLC, Devil May Cry weapon packs and Assassin’s Creed II add-ons to check out in this update. The PSP also gets some love with Generation of Chaos 3 and Hakuoki: Warriors of the Shinsengumi.
As always, please leave your thoughts in the comments below. You can also chat about this update in the PlayStation Community Forums.
Hello Uberhero fans! Get your thumbs ready for a brand new foot-tappin’, song-hummin’, eyeball-stabbin’ adventure! Today, Patapon 3 fans will be able to partake in a slew of new multiplayer adventures. Take on Stone Golems, Salamanders, Deth squads and prove your Patapon-greatness.
If this isn’t enough, there are also two new missions against the giant eye-sore (ha!) Darantula – - this evil life-sucking nemesis will challenge even the best of rhythm-keepers with its deadly poison attacks. Once you survive (make that if you survive) this deadly monster, rile up a squad-o-four to take on the dreaded sandworm Dokakanel — he’s back, and he’s angry!
There you have it folks: Deth squads, check; poison spewing evil monsters, check; earth-shaking fire breathing sandworms, check. All this eye-watering greatness will be coming to you today! It’s what your thumbs have been craving…
The big day has finally arrived! Patapon 3 is finally here! We’ve got loads and loads of new features and content (its all so new and so fun!).
Available as both umd and as a PSN download (wallet friendly price of 19.99), this new chapter in the patapon saga will throw you into massive online battles, cooperative and competitive, crazy single player adventures and some of the most intense rhythm/action warfare your PSP has ever experienced.
Every game will come with a complementary digital guide – giving you much needed tips for when the action gets too intense for your beat matching skills. If this is not enough for you – then here’s something that will surely make your Tuesday: free stuff.
Direct your bi-oculars over yonder (below), and let them be smitten by the greatness that is this here Patapon 3 trailer.
This is but a brief glimpse into some of the newest, most eye-watering, pupil-dilating Patapon 3 features we have planned for your enjoyment. New characters (21 new Ultraheros!), new weapons (close to 700!), massive attacks, and an all-encompassing clan system with troop customization for your online co-op or competitive multiplayer enjoyment.
Do your fovea a favor and hit the replay button on the video to let them bask in this visual glory.
Starting today, we can begin the long-awaited countdown to Patapon 3’s launch on April 12!!
As you probably know, March 1st marks the release date of Q-Games’ delightfully addictive PSN physics smorgasbord PixelJunk Shooter 2. We’re going to celebrate this momentous occasion the only way we know how: with a gigantic PlayStation community meetup and gaming session starring PixelJunk Shooter 2 and Patapon 3! (Protip: Quick, RSVP!) If you’re in […]
I’m baa-aack! Thanks to Jeff for covering last week while Rey and I were running around the Tokyo Game Show. It was exciting for me to interview luminaries such as Ueda-san for The Last Guardian and Kotani-san for Patapon 3. What was your favorite TGS story? I other news, I’m trying to score my very […]
In addition to Patapon 3’s better-known enhancements — the tough-as-nails Super Hero Patapons, approximately 80 levels, the Pata-text chat system — the topic of multiplayer gameplay remains something of a mystery. So while at the Tokyo Game Show, I jumped at the chance to speak with Hiroyuki Kotani, better known as the director of the […]