Confirming last night's Walmart ad, Sony has announced ten new titles joining the PlayStation 3's budget-priced Greatest Hits line, with inFAMOUS, God of War Collection, Killzone 2 and Resident Evil 5 and more now available for $29.99.
According to this scan from a new Walmart catalogue, Sony has just added some big-hitting new games to its line-up of budget "Greatest Hit" titles for the PlayStation 3.
It's January 2010. The last decade has drawn to a close, and more than anything else in the past ten years, there is one single-player gameplay mechanic that has done more to revolutionize video games. That mechanic is "cover."
For all its bombast, bleakness and Brian Cox, I didn't really like Killzone 2. Well, didn't much like the game. The music, now, the music was brilliant, so it's good to hear it's being released for public consumption.
At PAX, I had the good fortune to catch Bethesda's Brink demo. While there was a lot of cool stuff in the game worth blogging about, what stuck with me was the use of torture in the game.
The Visari Throne Room personal space is just one of more than a hundred new pieces of PlayStation Home content flooding Sony's virtual world with tomorrow's update.
Sure, the game's not burning up the PS3 scene like it was probably hoped it would, but Guerilla are still banging away on updates for Killzone 2, the latest of which appears to take the form of some new DLC.
Normally, hardware bundles are a spotty affair. A game you don't really want, or two games, one you kinda want, one you just do not want. But this bundle, on sale at Best Buy next Sunday, looks great!
As seen at the Pasadena Chalk Festival. Thanks Brad!
While Killzone 2 made most PS3 owners happy, it couldn't please everyone. Some people, for example, hated the game's sluggish, "heavy" controls.
April wasn't the best month for the U.S. video game industry, reflecting a drop in spending on things that weren't a Nintendo DSi or price reduced PlayStation 2. But how's Killzone 2 selling these days?
A little over two months on from the game's release, Killzone 2 has just passed the one million mark on the game's multiplayer leaderboard.
Sony has delivered pricing details on Killzone 2's first downloadable map pack, Steel & Titanium, along with a trailer featuring the two new maps in varying degrees of motion.