It is being rumoured that acclaimed developer Insomniac (of Resistance and Ratchet and Clank fame) are to abondon PlayStation exclusivity and become a multiplatform developer.
Overhead at GDC, IGN are reporting that a “trusted source” has told them that Insomniac will be developing for both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in the future.
Whilst best known for creating games for Sony, Insomniac are still an independent company and are free to develop for any platform.
The US PlayStation site has revealed a list of titles that will be supporting Move.
Move is due out this Autumn, priced at $100.
Tell you what; it’s hard to keep track of all these PS3 games being hinted at. Yesterday, OPM told the world that a ‘Massive Sequel‘ would arrive next month. Well, in another part of the Official Playstation Magazine, you can read this:
“We’ve seen a top-secret driving game that may threaten GT5′s racing crown. More next month – be excited.”
So, what do you think? Twisted Metal, Motorstorm 3, The new Need For Speed or Burnout? Will it challenge GT5 graphically, be more realistic, or both? Is it the same game as teased next issue? So many questions. A picture of the text is here, and Issue 43 of OPM is in the store now.
The Official Playstation Magazine has disclosed that a massive PS3 sequel will be revealed next month. It doesn’t say exclusively, so expect it to be announced before the next OPM. Our money is firmly on Killzone 3, but what do you think?
See the teaser after the jump. Issue 43 of OPM is out now.
Developer: Quantic Dream
Also on: N/A (Playstation 3 exclusive)
Release Date: Friday February 26th 2010
Age Rating: BBFC: 15, PEGI: 18, ESRB: M
The main news to come out of GDC so far for Sony is the official reveal of the name for the motion controller, Move.
For a full round-up of what went down at Sony’s GDC, follow through the jump.
Square Enix have announced that Final Fantasy XIII has shipped over 5 million copies now on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 worldwide.
Square Enix Europe CEO Phil Rogers told Gamesindustry.biz that the European launch of Final Fantasy XIII has been “incredible,” and with combined sales of 96 million for the series to date expect a lot more from the Final Fantasy series to come.
PlayStation Home is set to be graced by limited edition Aliens vs Predator outfits.
Prices range from €0.99 for a helmet or mask up to €2.99 for a complete costume, but be quick if you want them, they’ll be off the store March 31st.
The PS Blog have also confirmed that Home is also set to receive an update tomorrow (1.35) which brings “some very significant enhancements” to the client such as quicker loading times and a new navigator.
After all the recent scandal surrounding Tiger Woods his ego is set to take another blow with Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy set to adorn the cover of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 along side him.
“This is a huge honour for me to be on the cover with Tiger Woods as I grew up idolizing Tiger,” said McIlroy, currently ranked 9th in the world.
PGA Tour 11 will also incorporate Sony’s Motion Controller and will also utilise Wii MotionPlus for improved accuracy.
The full PR is after the jump, along with the cover for the new game. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 lands July 9th, on the Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3.