Sony’s E3 Conference

PS3

– Resistance 2 – Game play trailer, looks very nice. Fighting a GIANT Leviathan guy that’s bigger then most buildings. Showed another level, Twin Falls, Idaho. Giant battleships, all kinds of gigantic bad things, it looks very cool.

– LittleBigPlanet – Used a level in the game to show sales graphs for Sony, basically. Actually it was really cool, I can’t believe how they did it. Seems like you can create anything in the game.

– Export PS3 videos to Youtube. Called Life With Playstation. Available before the end of the month.

– DC Universe Online – Jim Lee talked about the game. Did one-handed push-ups like Jack Palance. Talked about how, as a kid, he just wanted to read comic books and play videos. We all did Jim, we all did. Talked about how you can be a villain and help the Joker get criminals out of prison to attack the bat cave, which is something I’ve always wanted to do.

– 80 GB PS3, $399.99.

– Showed a number of games: LittleBigPlanet, Motor Storm Pacific Rift, Metal Gear Solid 4, Quantum of Solace, Socom, Ghostbusters, Soul Caliber IV, Resistance 2, The Agency, Naruto, Mirror’s Edge, Resident Evil 5, Singstar, Guitar Hero World Tour, NBA 09 The Inside, Buzz! Quiz TV, Killzone 2.

– God of War III. Trailer looked awesome, but it was short.

– inFamous. Basically, I guy gets like force powers in a modern setting.

– Massive Action Game (MAG). Multiplayer game. Battles of 256 players at one time! Broken into 8 player squads, a command system (character growth, basically). Showed a video…prerendered.

PS2

– Showed a number of games: NCAA, Tiger Woods, Star Wars Unleashed, Warriors Orochi 2, Singstar Pop 2, Yakuza 2, Madden XX Years, Mercenaries 2.

– New bundle, Lego Batman Bundle, Lego Batman and a Justice League movie.

PSN

– Can log in via computer, send messages, see friends.

– Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty. $14.99.

– Showed off a bunch of PSN games: Crash Commando, Fat Princess (looked interesting), Eden (looks sweet), Pain Amusement Park, Flower (looks interesting as well), Siren Blood Curse, Ragdoll Kung Fu.

– Gran Turismo TV. Watch real life races, learn about cars.

– Trophies – Achievements, basically.

– Playstation Home – Say it’s worth the wait, basically. Showed a video. Warhawk room, Uncharted room.

– Video delivery. Can download to PS3, then to PSP. Looked pretty nice. Takes an hour to download a two hour movie. Can download or rent the movie for less. Available tonight.

PSP

– New entertainment pack. October. Ratchet & Clank Size Matters pack. $199.

– Resistance Retribution – 3rd Person Shooter, looked O.K. Spring 2009.

– Brief videos for: Star Wars The Force Unleashed, Madden 09, Loco Roco 2, NBA 09 The Inside, Super Stardust Portable, Lego Batman, Patapon 2, Buzz! Master Quiz, Valkyria Chronicles

Various

– Buzz to PSP, PS3.

4 thoughts on “Sony’s E3 Conference”

  1. The 399 price isn’t too bad actually. Still more than I have and would like to spend, but its an improvement. Still, it doesn’t seem like they mentioned anything that exciting.

  2. The 399 price isn’t too bad actually. Still more than I have and would like to spend, but its an improvement. Still, it doesn’t seem like they mentioned anything that exciting.

  3. Wow these screens look great. All taken from the SUPERIOR Xbox 360. As we’ve seen with Crysis 2, the INFERIOR over pcreid internet ready blu ray player can’t keep up when trying to run a truly nex gen engine like Cryengine and the RAGE engine. Pitiful excuse for an imitation game console just putters out with reduced rez, stuttering frame rates, missing effects, missing shadows, absence or reduced anti aliasing, and reduced and/or no SSAO.This game will rock on the SUPERIOR Xbox 360, as usual, and the over pcreid internet ready blu ray player will choke, as usual. The Xbox 360 is the BEST console EVER made. John CarmackVN:F [1.9.17_1161](from 3 votes)

  4. first one is about Nendoroid Hunter: Lagia X Series from 3DS game Monster Hunter 3G made the public debut in Tokyo Toy Show 2012. Apparently, this Nendoroid will also be on diplasy at the CAPCOM SUMMER JAM

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