Saints Row the Third just had a preview event, and the game is even more insane than previously thought. Witness the naked ladies, the fists of Apocalypse, and way more craziness. Plus, we've got a PS Vita launch date for the West, Harrison Ford plays Uncharted 3, and much more.
Saints Row the Third just had a preview event, and the game is even more insane than previously thought. Witness the naked ladies, the fists of Apocalypse, and way more craziness. Plus, we've got a PS Vita launch date for the West, Harrison Ford plays Uncharted 3, and much more. This is episode 215 of the Destructoid Show
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Today, at San Francisco's Web 2.0 Summit, President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment, Jack Tretton, announced the official release date of the PlayStation Vita for North America: February 22, 2012. Yes. YES. (Dale North)
I want that Sony 3D gaming display. I want it bad. I've wanted it from the moment I saw it at E3 this year. It's finally coming out, with the release date set for November 13th. This is the easy way into 3D gaming. For $499 you get the 3D Display, one pair of 3D Glasses, MotorStorm Apocalypse, and an HDMI cable. You only need to hook up your PS3 system. Bam. 3D.(Dale North)
In the video above you'll see Hollywood star Harrison Ford playing Uncharted 3. He sits back and says "awesome" in Japanese. Of course, this is a commercial for the Japanese market. (Dale North)
The official PlayStation Blog has confirmed that Uncharted 3 has, as of now, seven map packs planned for it. With so much DLC it's only natural that it comes with the opportunity to get a Season Pass, right? Following suit with the likes of Mortal Kombat, L.A. Noire and Gears of War 3, Uncharted 3 will be getting a Season Pass called the Fortune Hunters' Club. (Brett Zeidler)
When much-loved game designer Tim Schafer announced a new game coming up from Double Fine Productions, I guessed the hive-mind response was "Is it a super awesome adventure game?" But with games like Psychonauts, Brutal Legend, Costume Quest, Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster and Tren -- I mean, Iron Brigade -- under their belt, one never really knows what to expect. And, well, I certainly wasn‚Äôt expecting something like this. (Lori Navarro)
Midway's NBA Jam captured the hearts of millions of gamers back in the early '90s, but the company scored an equally big hit with its late-'90s smash-mouth football series, NFL Blitz. However, it's been nearly a decade since Blitz was relevant -- high time, some might say, for a renewal of the football classic in which you needed 30 yards, not ten, for a first down. (Samit Sarkar)