This week’s weekend round up includes: Modern Warfare 3-Killstreaks, Playstation Network and Playstation Store, Kirby’s Dream Land and Final Fantasy III comes to Virtual Console and Eshop, Rapscallion- Free Demo, Batman:Arkham City Footage, SAVE THE ALPACA and Violent Video Game Ban Rejected By Top U.S. Court.
If you’re like me, you’re pretty tired of all of the Call of Duty games. Modern Warfare 3 has been announced earlier this year and Robert Bowling confirmed that the Killsteak has been revamped. He answered a question on twitter by stating ““changed the entire way the killstreak system works. I can’t go into detail yet, but I will share when I can.”
What does this mean? Who knows, all it matters is hopefully it will be something is different.
Sony CEO: 90% of PSN Users Have Returned
After the evil hackers took over Sony for a while, Sony has confirmed that 90% of its users have returned. This means that people are putting their trust into Sony again. Although there really is no reason not to trust Sony it’s the internet you have to trust.
PlayStation Store Update
Now that I’m officially a Playstation Plus Member (thanks to the welcome back program) I decided to check out some of the sales the Playstation Store has to offer. I was happy to see I got not only Streets of Rage 2 for free (until Playstation Plus runs out) but also Uncharted 3 BETA Multiplayer—hell yes!
Along with some discounted games PlayStation Plus
Featured Games & DLC
- UNCHARTED 3 Drake’s Deception Multiplayer Beta (Free and exclusive to Plus)
- Streets of Rage 2 (Free with Plus – a $4.99 value)
- Dead Space Ignition (PlayStation Plus price $2.50; a 50% discount)
- Deathspank (PlayStation Plus price $7.50; a 50% discount)
- Deathspank Thongs of Virtue (PlayStation Plus price $7.50; a 50% discount)
- Funky Lab Rat (Full Game) (PlayStation Plus price $3.00; a 70% discount)
- Mahjong Tales: Ancient Wisdom (PlayStation Plus price $3.99; 20% additional discount on two week sale price)
- MicroBot (PlayStation Plus price $5.00; a 50% discount)
- Shank (PlayStation Plus price $5.00; a 50% discount)
- Spare Parts (PlayStation Plus price $5.00; a 50% discount)
- Tetris (PlayStation Plus price $5.00; a 50% discount)
- The Fancy Pants Adventures (PlayStation Plus price $5.00, a 50% discount)
For a complete list click HERE.
Two Great Nintendo Re-Released Games
One of my favourite Game Boy games is making a comeback on the Nintendo 3DS Eshop. This is of course Kirby’s Dreamland, Kirby’s first ever adventure (that’s right his debut was on the Game Boy) is now available. If I remember correctly his copy ability didn’t exist yet. Just a lot of blowing and sucking…sexy. You can pick it up now for just $3.99.
Along with Kirby’s Dream Land, another great title for the Nintendo will be released shortly to the Virtual Console, Final Fantasy III. If you’re a fan of the Final Fantasy series do not miss this chance to play one of the earlier games.
Rapscallion- Free Demo Download
Hey do you like Limbo and Super Meat Boy? Don’t you wish someone out there made a game combining the two? Don’t you wish it was free?—OK I’ll stop. Rapscallion is a new game developed by Runt, and yes it’s only a demo thus far but it’s a Free Demo of an awesome looking game. Try it HERE.
Batman:Arkham City Footage
This needs no introduction…
Help SAVE THE ALPACAS with Aeria Games!
A woman named Sheryl Hudson in California has recently become the owner of 50 Alpacas–no this is not a joke. There is a problem with this however, somebody abandoned them on her property. So she’s trying her best to feed them and take care of them.
How? Well there is a game called Eden Eternal, a Free MMORPG, and if you buy (Remember you’ll be donating) a pack all proceeds will go towards these Alpacas. I’m personally a huge animal lover and I think this is a great cause, I’m not into MMORPGS but I’ll buy that pack regardless…it’s only a dollar…come on…do it! More information HERE.
Violent Video Game Ban Rejected By Top U.S. Court
“A California law banning the sale or rental of violent video games to children has been rejected by the U.S. Supreme Court.” So turns out that Video Games are still legal…I know crazy right. The courts have stated that even though “Video Games might be harmful to minors” it is in fact up to the parents to decide what their children play, since it’s, you know, under the First Amendment (if you don’t know what that means it’s right to freedom of expression).
Good job boys.