An ESRB listing has appeared online for Best of Playstation Network Vol. 1, a compilation - presumably shipping on Blu-Ray - of some under-appreciated classics from Sony's downloadable service.
What started as a concept artist fooling around becomes reality later this month, when Fat Princess update 1.06 brings the never-ending struggle between pirates and ninjas to life.
Patch 1.05 for Titan Studios' hit PlayStation Network game Fat Princess goes live today, bringing with it two new maps - Frost Bite and Candy Mountain - the latter of which is a land of sweets, and joy, and joyness.
Titan Studios expresses its gratitude to the Fat Princess community, sharing some cosplay and slipping fans a free map along with the bug fixes coming in Patch 1.04.
Slated for release today, the Sony published capture-the-plump-princess title has been pushed back in Japan.
When some violent games are released in Japan, they don't make it to The Land of the Rising Sun with all their violence intact.
Part of the charm of Fat Princess is how bloody drenched violence is contrasted with cute characters and cake. That charm, it seems, does not translate to the Japanese market.
Fat Princess is soon to get a little fuller in the content department, with developers Titan Studio announcing at PAX earlier today a new map for the game.
What could possibly be missing from Titan Studios' multiplayer online PlayStation Network game, Fat Princess? Oh yeah...those.
People are trying to enjoy Fat Princess, but the game's shonky online setup is making that hard. In an attempt to fix this, then, Sony will tonight be releasing a patch for the game.
Kidnap the princess. The sometimes fat, sometimes thin princess. Fat Princess is a new take on the multiplayer favorite, capture the flag. With cake.
Fat Princess is great fun, but also - at least at the moment - a pain to play over the PSN, courtesy of some choppy online performance.
Hats will fly this Thursday afternoon, when Titan Studios' Fat Princess finally waddles her way onto the PlayStation Network.
If there was ever anything you wanted to know about Fat Princess — aside from her exact dress size — now's the time to ask.
The downloadable PlayStation 3 version of lady-stealing, cake-eating Fat Princess isn't out until mid-summer, but Sony's already showing its PSP spin-off, which might become the beefier version, to mix food metaphors.