Archive for July 3, 2009
Since this gen kicked off, one developer has been a big absence on the PS3: Valve, and they wont pull no punches about it, PS3 is not for them, at least for now.
Doug Lombardi, head of PR at Valve, has said to CVG during a Left 4 Dead 2 event in London that they are looking for development teams for PLAYSTATION 3 development, but as it stands, they wont be bringing any more games to the system as it stands.
I think I’d use a little bit of the same answers. We look at it as if we were customers of this product, how would we want to be treated and what sort of product would we want out of it?
We’ve run a couple of experiments over the years of PlayStation in general; we did Half-Life on PS2 with an outside company and then we did Orange Box PS3 with an outside company. We weren’t able to deliver the same type of product on PS3 and PS2 for that matter that we were on the 360 and PC.
More after the break.
Milla Jovovich seems to have confirmed a 4th Resident Evil movie. The star made a very subtle hint as to what movie she was on next, holding up four fingers.
Catch the video for yourself after the jump, roughly 1:18 – 1:20 mark, thats when it starts. The movie is apparently subtitled Afterlife.
EA’s released the first gameplay footage of Dante’s Inferno, all after the jump.
If you have lived under a rock since it’s reveal back in December, it’s Dead Space meets God of War if you wanna look at it that way.
It should be out next year for PS3 and 360.
Oh, Petey, when will you learn? Adopting someone Milo for a game is not a smart move, especially for paedos.
Like this video from IGN for example. It shows Jessica Chobot and IGN writers in the satire as they fuck with him (in Chobot’s case, literally). All we’re saying is take a look at the video after the jump, for shizz and gigglez.
The game was announced at E3 last month, as part of Project Natal.
Activision’s announced that Grandmaster Flash will be involved with DJ Hero.
The popular DJ will be in the game, using his likeness and knowhow to work on the game’s tutorial. As well as that, 4 of his creations will be in the game, 2 of them will be mashed together to provide an almighty remix in Boom vs Tap. Meanwhile, Herbie Hancock Rockit will be going up against N.E.R.D’s Lapdance and Here Comes My DJ against Gary Numan’s Cars.
We have all new screenshots as well as two new gameplay videos for the game showcasing Flash. Check them after the jump.
It’s out this Fall for PS3 and 360.