Are you a fan of FINAL FANTASY? …OK so the chances of that are probably pretty good.
The PlayStation Blog has announced that for two weeks (starting with tomorrow’s update) on the PlayStation Network, FINAL FANTASY games will be discounted at 50% off.
The best part about all this? All of these titles (with the exception of FINAL FANTASY V) are also playable on the PlayStation Vita. That means that you could take all of these RPG classics around with you wherever you go without the need of having to haul around a power source and a Play Station One with one of those little LCD screens you could attach onto it. Ah, convenience!
The games that will be discounted are listed after the jump.
This past week at E3, myself and Ganiman got a chance to wait in line for 40 minutes and get our hands on a multiplayer demo of the upcoming Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception.
We jumped into one of the game’s new multiplayer modes- 2 vs. 2 vs. 2 (or Three Team Deathmatch) in the Chateau level. Everything that player’s have come to expect from the Uncharted series remains in tact in this new installment. The game play feels exactly the same so everyone will feel at home when jumping online to “pwn some noobs”. There really isn’t too much to say here, I noticed at least one new weapon, we killed people, and then I won the match by literally kicking Ganiman in the ass.
Gotham City Imposters is far from what anybody would think of when they here the words “Batman Videogame”. The game, developed by Monolith Productions is a team based first person shooter set in the Batman universe. There are two groups going at each other, the Bats and the Jokerz. Playing as either side, players will be able to customize their character with costumes, gadgets and weapon load outs. Of course right now you’re probably asking yourself “OK I’ve seen team based FPS games before. Why is this one different?” I got a chance to check out the game this week and see just what exactly is going on with Gotham City Imposters.
The PlayStation Store is finally back online after what seems like ages! The content promised as part of the Welcome Back offering isn’t up quite yet but will be available soon.
The next update for the PlayStation Store including PlayStation Plus will be this Friday, June 3rd.
Check out the list of additions after the break!
Guardian Heroes was originally released on the Sega Saturn back in 1996. More recently, it was announced that the game would be coming to Xbox Live sometime later this year. Now Sega is asking players if they’d purchase the game if released on the PlayStation Network.
So far its an overwhelming “yes” but if you want to add your vote, head over to the Sega forums and let them know!