What’s in the box (art)?!
Last August, Supermassive Games unveiled their PS3 exclusive stab at the teen slasher subgenre with Until Dawn. It looked good, except for that whole PlayStation Move bit. I have nothing against the Move, but requiring the peripheral to play the game places a pretty substantial limit on your audience.
Today, the game’s box art was revealed, and where I was expecting it to say “PS Move required” it actually says “PS Move compatible” That’s not necessarily a solid confirmation on whether or not it will require the peripheral, but it gives those of us who never bought a Move some hope. I’ll update when Sony confirms either way. In the meantime, you can feast your eyes on the box art, in all its broken flashlight glory, after the jump.
The Halloween trailers just keep coming! Until Dawn is an intriguing horror game because it’s heavily inspired by teen slasher flicks like Halloween and Friday the 13th, with a little Saw thrown in. In it, eight teens are being hunted by someone, or something. It looks creepy enough, and while I haven’t jumped on the PlayStation Move bandwagon, this might end up being the game that changes my mind about it. Might be. Check out its unsettling (and heavily Saw-inspired) Halloween trailer after the break.
In House Of The Dead: Overkill Extended Cut you and one of your creepy perverted friends will be making your way through a zombie infested strip club. Awwwwww yeaaaaahhh. You also won’t be playing as Level G and Wash, but taking on the roles of Varla Guns and her stripper friend Candy. At this point the game can’t really get any cooler; and it’s got to be better than the movie Zombie Strippers.
House Of The Dead: Overkill Extended Cut will be coming out exclusively for the Playstation 3/PS Move on October 25th. Screens past the break. READ MORE
It’s only natural that HOTODEC would get re-released on the Playstation Move. In the same vein as Dead Space: Extraction, it would seem like we are probably going to see a lot more games like this that were Wiisclusives released for the Move. Clearly because they can make the games look much better, and they can make some extra cash. Check out the trailer from Comic-con below.
House Of The Dead: Overkill Extended Cut will be out in full HD and 3D on October 25th for the Playstation Move. READ MORE
Debate it all you want, the Wii just can’t pump out the gorgeous graphics that the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 can. That’s why House Of The Dead: Overkill is going to look way better on the Playstation 3 then it ever did on the Wii. However, that’s no necessarily a good thing. One thing that made Overkill so awesome is the way it looked. Shitty and grainy and very old skool.
I guess only time will tell. Head past the break for some new House Of The Dead: Overkill Extended Cut screens. Also past the break is a list of the PS3 exclusive game content included with the game. Overkill will be out for the Playstation 3/Move on October 25th. READ MORE
House Of The Dead: Overkill has been a Wii only title until now. The Playstation 3 is stepping into the Wii’s territory since the release of the PS Move. And that rules because we can get awesome games like Dead Space Extraction and the just announced House Of The Dead: Overkill Extended Cut on the Playstation 3. The Overkill Extended Cut will be in full HD and 3D and compatible with the Playstation Move.
The game will include all 7 original stages re-mastered and 2 all new stages. The game will also have new game modes and trophy support. Past the break for screens. House Of The Dead: Overkill Extended Cut will be out October 25th for the Playstation 3. READ MORE
I never played the other No More Heroes’, but this one is definitely striking my attention. In No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise you take the role of Travis Touchdown assassin who finds out he is the 11th best assassin in the world. What does he want? To be number 1 obviously, who wouldn’t? So Travis heads out to find the 10 above him, and kill them.
No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise will be coming out on the Playstation 3, and will be Playstation Move compatible, August 16th. READ MORE