SCEE has announced that WipEout HD will be released on September 25th for £11.99 in the UK.
about the North American release date earlier today, although at that time nothing had been confirmed about a European date. That was until now.
Look out for a review on Strategy Informer soon.
A price point for Wipeout HD was revealed
at the end of last week, and today Sony Computer Entertainment America has announced the official release date for the exclusive PlayStation Network title. It will be released on September 25th
is announcing that the upcoming PlayStation 3 game Wipeout HD will be priced in the UK at £11.99, bargain. Release information for other markets including the United States has not yet been announced, although it is expected soon. The game is currently expected to release late September 2008 and will be available via the PlayStation Network.
Ok it's time for a new competition! We've managed to get approval for 5 free games from GamersGate for this competition. Hence, the winner of this competition will get to pick any game from GamersGate of his/her choice. They got a lot of great up to date games over there so be sure to check them out.
The Midnight Club: Los Angeles image gallery has been updated with 21 new screenshots.
To celebrate the launch of the game on PC DVD-ROM our friends at SEGA have given us 5 e-GeForce 9600 GT 512MB graphics cards to give away. These high-spec graphics cards from EVGA feature NVIDIA® SLI™ technology, next-generation superscalar GPU architecture and full Microsoft® DirectX® 10 shader model 4.0 support.
For those of you that haven't picked up a copy of Burnout Paradise for the PlayStation 3, Criterion Games are expecting to launch the game via the PlayStation Network for $29.99, and will contain all the free contain that has been released since the launch of the game.
Psyonic Studios today announced that Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, an arena-based online vehicle sports game for the PlayStation Network that brings anitmated vehicles in sport-like gameplay.
The game features vehicles with incredible physics-based maneuverability, including boosters for launching high into the air or accelerating at break-neck speed on the ground. In the air, cars can roll, flip, jump, dodge or spin. In this team-based soccer-inspired game, the vehicles maneuver to perform breathtaking saves, awe-inspiring shots on goal, and gruesome demolishes of opponent cars. These abilities, combined with the players' own creativity, create a unique and thrilling experience every time.
The Midnight Club: Los Angeles image gallery has been updated with 10 new screenshots.
Polyphony Digital's Kazunori Yamauchi, in an interview with IGN, has said there are "no plans in the works for GT5 yet" - nodding to 2009, or even 2010.
Instead they remain "focused" on Gran Turismo 5 Prologue and getting the updates out. Later this year damage modelling is expected to get patched in.
During an E3 2008 press conference, Sony Computer Entertainment announced that Gran Turismo TV is set to launch on August 1st, 2008.
The new media channel, which is accessed via Gran Turismo 5: Prologue will allow racing fans to watch popular racing events and programs, such as BBC's Top gear.
EA has announced its lineup for E3:
Electronic Arts today unveiled the games it will feature at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Los Angeles Convention Center July 15 – 17. The games -- scheduled to ship on multiple platforms in 2008 and early 2009 – include riveting graphics, deep stories and online, socially connected experiences. EA’s portfolio covers many genres and platforms for core gamers and new players alike.
In response to complaints, Codemaster’s racing boss Rich Tysoe has come forward
regarding the recent re-set of all ranks and lap-times for Race Driver: GRID.
KOEI announced today that Fatal Inertia EX will be released on the PlayStation Network July 15th. The game’s European release follows its successful US launch which was accompanied by a very positive critical response.
Made, oddly enough, by Rockstar San Diego, Midnight Club: Los Angeles is set to be released in Europe on October 10th, just three days after it's US release date. It will launch on the PS3 and 360, and a PSP "remix" version will also be released, though it's unconfirmed whether it will share the same release date.
With the not so hot reception of Need for Speed: Pro Street you can forgive the fans for being a little sceptical with Undercover.
According to MaxConsole, the first trickle of info has arrived for EA's hopefully glorious revival of the franchise. In any case - E3 will have the goods.
The UK's BBC conducted a little video poke around at Ubisoft Reflections in Newcastle, where they report the team is "working on a whole new version" of Driver.
A later clip centred around the UK industry struggling from oversea tax breaks reiterates the studio is working on "the latest version of a popular driving game".
The leading online distribution site, GamersGate, awards the most active SI members with a FREE game, of their choice! What's good about this is that this isn't a competition of any sort. This is just an announcement.
Whilst at an investors meeting John Riccitiello confessed to "torturing" the team behind the NFS franchise which led to the "not good" NFS: Pro Street.
The team has been split in two to ease the cycle load, something he feels will help them "get better from here."
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