Developer Housemarque was supposed to release multiplatform title Outland on the PSN in late April, but the network was hacked. The game's release was pushed back.
When PlayStation Store returns (reports suggest that will be May 24), PS3 account holders may choose two free games from a list being offered by Sony. One of those is Dead Nation (pictured), and the studio behind it told Edge magazine it's worried what the glut of free games might do to efforts to sell its latest…
While the PlayStation Network security breach and subsequent downtime has had significant impact on many PlayStation 3 publishers, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot says he expects his company's cost to be minimal.
Outland, a platformer from Ubisoft that looks like the product of Tron and Flashback spending a sexy evening together, will be out on April 26 (PSN) and April 27 (XBLA) respectively.
We've described Outland. We've shown screenshots. Now watch the 2011 downloadable game from the makers of Super Stardust HD in action. The trick is the color-switching, Ikaruga-style.
One of the minor mysteries of the 2010 video game year is why Ubisoft showed the world screenshots of the newly-revealed Outland last week, but didn't show the game's bullets. It's a bullet-hell platformer. It looks better with bullets.
Ubisoft, when you show a game that is essentially Ikaruga reimagined as a platformer, congratulations, you have our undivided attention.
Are you going to this year's PAX convention in lovely Seattle, Washington this weekend? Kotaku is. Ubisoft is too, giving many attendees their first look at games like Rez spiritual sequel Child of Eden, Assassin's Creed Brotherhood and something new.