Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Kevin Butler: We Love Gaming

[edit] posted better quality clip


  1. Guerrilla Games' Herman Hulst revealed that Killzone 3 will arrive in February 2011, and will be fully enabled for PlayStation Move at its launch.

    PlayStation Move controller will release in North America on Sept. 19, in Europe on Sept. 15, and in Japan on Oct. 21. The controller itself will cost $49.99; a bundle with the PlayStation Eye will cost $99.99.

    premium subscription to the PlayStation Network, one that doesn't replace the current free service but does offer "an enhanced experience," with additional content, early demo access and more. It will cost $49.99 a year.

    Jack Tretton announced the plans for the premium service at Sony's E3 news conference. Subscribers may also choose a $17.99-per-3 months pricing plan. PlayStation Plus subscribers also would get "hundreds of dollars" in free content and discounts on certain items within the PlayStation Store.

    The first three months of the service will be available for free for a limited time to subscribers, Tretton said.

    Valve's Gabe Newell appeared at Sony's E3 press conference to say Steam is coming to the PlayStation Network, and Portal 2 will be available for the PS3

    Gran Turismo 5 finally has a release date. Let's hope this one sticks.

    The oft-delayed racer, one of Sony's most eagerly-anticipated titles of this entire hardware generation, will be out on November 2, Sony revealed today during its E3 press conference.

    It will also, as has been displayed at various press events over the years, be available in 3D.

    Twisted Metal will make its long-awaited return in 2011, bringing a host of new car combat match types and twisted, over-the-top crash-and-burn action exclusively to the PS3.

  2. Sony won this years E3 hands down