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Known for their extreme strength, and undeniably strong appetite for evil the heroes and villains of the Final Fantasy universe are some of the most over-powered video game icons.

What do you get when you combine the largest sword ever, tons of fireballs, a black hole, ice, arrows, and a kick to the face? Well the highly anticipated Final Fantasy Dissidia of course! This latest brawler from Square-Enix includes sixteen heroes and thirteen villains ranging from Final Fantasy I to Final Fantasy XII. The complete list is looking rather exciting…



I’m sure we have all heard and grown tired of the old cliché of making sure to never judge a book by its cover. It is assumed that in doing so, one could wrongfully pass up a good book with a bad title for a terrible book with a great one. Fortunately, as far as titles go, there seems to be an exception in the newest addition to the PSN network, Fat Princess.

Just by hearing those two words, lucid images appeared before my eyes of a fairy tale not so generically centered around a helpless beauty of a princess, but of a tale perhaps with a bit more character to it. Needless to say, all expectations I could make, based on the title alone, were happily met and exceeded. Read more… »


This week on PSN, Fat Princess finally hobbles onto the store, along with a demo of Numbblast and the second episode of The Watchman episodic content in tow. It’s not the heaviest update we’ve ever seen, but I’m sure you can’t wait to pack on the pounds with the tactical treat that is Fat Princess.

You can safely gorge on this week’s update after the break.


The Force Unleashed for PS3 to get Trophies

Playstation 3 owners are always wanting to get some trophy support for their older games, but usually once a couple months pass it is a lost cause. However, not even the Dark Lord Vader could keep them away forever it would seem…



If you own a PS3 and you haven’t played any of the games in the Rachet and Clank Future series, you are doing yourself a disservice.  Not only are they extremely fun to play, they are also hilariously funny, and a visual treat for the eyes.  So far, Insominiac has released two games for the franchise, and they are gearing up to release the third installment this Fall, Rachet and Clank Future: A Crack in Time.

Until now, details about the story of this next chapter in the series have been scarce.  That has all changed, now that Insomniac has released the first official story trailer for the game.  To see the official trailer, and to find out more about the game, hit the jump. Read more… »


Today 2K Games announced that a downloadable release of NBA 2K10: Draft Combine will arrive in September on the Xbox 360 and PS3.

For 400 Microsoft Points ($5), gamers will be able to create custom characters, run them through drills, and play 5-on-5 scrimmages. The more you play your custom character, the better he gets. When October 6 rolls around and NBA 2K10 hits stores, you will be able to import your custom character into the game.

2K VP Greg Thomas explained, “We’re giving our dedicated NBA 2K fans an incredible opportunity with NBA 2K10: Draft Combine. Gamers will have exclusive access to online content and get to test drive NBA 2K10′s new gameplay features, advanced player progression system and the all-new My Player career mode before the game launches.”

For the official list of features and my personal take, hit the jump. Read more… »


Today Sony announced that Titan Studios’ downloadable capture the flag title, Fat Princess, will finally hit the PlayStation Store this Thursday, July 30. Simultaneously being released for the Americas, Europe and Asia, Fat Princess will be priced at $15.

For those of you who don’t know, Fat Princess is one of the most anticipated games due to its stylized art direction as well as its twist on classic game mechanics. In this classes based CTF game, players are trying to steal the enemy teams princess. The twist is, you can help defend your princess by feeding her. The fatter she gets, the harder it is for the enemy team to carry her to their castle.

For a video of Titan Studios’ Chris Millar and Craig Leigh answering questions about the game, hit the jump. Read more… »


Sony’s Playstation Store has served up some sumptuous gaming delicacies since its launch. Users have nibbled on treats such as Pixel Junk Eden, Flower, Flow and The Last Guy. Each one has showcased the Playstation brand’s unique take on downloadable games: innovation, originality and quality.

With Trash Panic Sony hopes to add to this platter. Does this latest serving belong on the main course with the others, or does its name indicate where this title should be placed?



There are a lot of “decent” Playstation Network games out there right now, but only a handful that deserve to be called “great”.  These diamonds in the rough are not always completely new and original ideas, but instead tend to be fresh approaches to older, tried and true, gameplay styles.  The most recent example of this is Shatter.

Created by Sidhe Interactive, Shatter takes block-breaking gameplay mechanics and brings it into the 21st century with gorgeous visuals, a bass thumping soundtrack, and new physics enabled controls, all for $7.99. Read more… »


During the House of Ideas’ “The next generation of Marvel video games” panel, there were some exceedingly cute gatecrashers.

Wolverine, Iron Man and Captain America were all shown in sackboy form, appearing in the upcoming Marvel downloadable content pack for LittleBigPlanet. Read more… »


According to publisher EA, Battlefield 1943 sold a record breaking 600,000 copies on the Xbox 360 and PS3. Considering each game sold brought in $15, that means over $9,000,000 changed hands for this game. Battlefield 1943 is now the fastest selling title on both Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network.

Producer of Battlefield 1943, Gordon Van Dyke stated, “We are honoured by the reception that the game has received so far. Watching and participating in this non-stop multiplayer action has been a real treat for us and we can’t believe how fast our fans reached 43 million kills. We can now truly say that we have set a new standard for what can be done in the downloadable games category and gamers recognize the endless value that Battlefield 1943 provides for just $15.” Read more… »


I don’t know about the rest of you, but I hate console exclusives.  I think everyone should be able to enjoy every game out there without having to spend $1,000 to buy all 3 major consoles.  Well you PS3 owners have a reason to rejoice, because today at Comic-Con Behemoth officially announced they are bringing Castle Crashers to the PS3.

Hit the jump to find out more.