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Call of Duty: Black Ops Rezurrection on PlayStation 3 and PC today with Double XP to boot

Posted by on Sep 22, 2011 in NEWS, PC, PlayStation 3, Sony | 0 comments

Zombie Hunting Season Begins With All-New Level “Moon,” Four Remastered Classic Zombies Maps, Enhanced Zombies Soundtrack and New Zombies Theme.

From Activision/Blizzard: (Press Release)

Call of Duty gamers lock and load in low gravity today with the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops Rezurrection, the fourth downloadable content pack for the best-selling first-person-shooter, Call of Duty: Black Ops.  Rezurrection’s top-secret cargo features the massive Zombies frag-fest Moon, as well as four re-mastered levels from Zombies past, an enhanced soundtrack and new Moon theme.

Moon features all-new weapons, futuristic gear and hordes of low-gravity loving undead, delivering Black Ops’ deepest and most intense Zombies experience yet. Meanwhile, strengthened with the firepower and visual splendor of Black Ops, players can relive the nightmare of “Nacht der Untoten,” escape the zombie madness in the asylum of “Verruckt,” battle back the undead Imperial Army of “Shi No Numa,” and pull the plug on ” Der Riese ,” the zombie factory that started it all. Here’s what Treyarch Studio Head, Mark Lamia had to say:

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Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection Hits PSN Today — Ed Boon

Posted by on Aug 30, 2011 in NEWS, PlayStation 3, Sony, VIDEOS | 0 comments

From PlayStation Blog:

Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection for PS3 (PSN)Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection for PS3 (PSN)

Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection for PS3 (PSN)

About 20 years ago, Midway was at the cutting edge of arcade game development using a unique method of creating very realistic images. By digitizing live actors, shot in front of a green screen, a number of games were developed that had a photorealistic look not found in any other games. Games like Narc, Smash TV, NBA Jam and Terminator 2: Arcade all used this technology. This approach was applied to a number of game categories including sports, gun games, and shooters. One genre, however, had not yet been attempted – the fighting game. In 1991, a small team of four decided to try making a fighting game using digitized graphics. The goal was to make something bold, shocking, and as realistic looking as possible. The game would eventually become Mortal Kombat, the first in a series that have sold over 30 million games.

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Elevator Action Deluxe Exclusively coming to PSN today

Posted by on Aug 30, 2011 in NEWS, PlayStation 3, Sony | 0 comments

“Da Ella-lator go up”– a classic line from Tiny Toons, and speaking of classic, the classic 80’s game Elevator Action (agh the Nintendo days) is coming exclusively to the PSN later on today.

PlayStation Blog is reporting that the game will be available for 9.99. They also had the opportunity to interview Producer of the game Yosuke Tsuda. Here’s the interview.

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