Namco Bandai didn’t release many specifics, but we do know that the portable version of the game is set to release alongside the other console iterations and will pack additional stages, content, items, and an ad-hoc multiplayer mode using “original” and “fan favorite characters.” The PSP version will also have “Ghost” Infrastructure mode so that a player can upload his or her character data as well as download others’ to see how everyone’s skills stack up.
“A must-have for Tekken aficionados, Tekken 6 sees the return of many familiar faces as well as new characters to create the largest line-up the series has ever seen,” a Namco Bandai release reads. “With a growing roster of fighters, each equipped with their own deadly techniques, martial art moves, and attack combinations, Tekken 6 will be the best ‘King of Iron Fist Tournament’ yet. Adding to the already rich gaming experience, a deeper character customization feature will only enhance the incredible fighting intensity as players go mano-y-mano.”
Damn those spam, i dont know why, but some of the spam this site is getting arent even links to stupid websites but some are just random gibberrish just to fill up the comments sections.
its a drag erasing all those spam coz the comments section are so full of them, its makes it hard for me or anyone to post questions and answer them back because of all these spam.
damn it, akismet should do a better job at identifying spam.
PSP Sours anyone? We knew that Sony was planning on ditching the UMD drive on the PSP, but we didn’t know it was going to replace it with sweets. Read on for all the info on the Tic Tac topping PSP Sours!
The PSP Sours do what they say on the tin. Pop the PSP shaped lid and you’ll find either blue sour raspberry or red cherry flavoured sweets inside, waiting to be devoured. And no, the officially licensed PSP Sours don’t come bundled with The Matrix on UMD for hilarious “take the red pill” jokes.
If truth be told, we’re a little bit puzzled about the PSP Sours. If Sony approved a brand of sweets to be sold in tins shaped like the PSP, just how bad was Sony Ericsson’s pitch for a PSP branded phone? We dread to think.
The PSP Sours are up for pre-order now for $32 (£22) for a 12 pack from the US, but if you spot the PSP Sours on sale in your local newsagent in the meantime, be sure to let us know.
Here’s a trailer of the upcoming PSP game Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days, enjoy!
Oh, it’s big – no doubt – but John Koller, director of hardware marketing for Sony Computer Entertainment of America, told Kotaku that Sony’s smallest, most wayward son will be receiving “a number” of equally important, as-of-yet-unannounced games as 2009’s full head of calendar pages grays and dwindles.
“At Destination PlayStation we announced about half of the line up for the PSP this year, some fairly major, triple-A titles are coming for the back half of the year that are going to be announced in the coming months and at E3,” Koller said.
“LittleBigPlanet is going to be one of the top three but a number of others that are coming are just as big.”
He also revealed that LittlerBigPlanet will likely be able to connect to its PS3 counterpart in some way – possibly to share levels – but specifics are still being ironed out at the moment.
More good news for us PSP lovers! The hugely popular PS3 exclusive game is finally heading for our PSP’s!
The PSP version will be developed “in conjunction” with Media Molecule and will offer a similar experience to the PS3 version with players being able to play, create and share on the go. We’re promised plenty of new content, such as levels, exclusive to the PSP version this fall.
Yes baby, its coming to the PSP. SCEA announced that the game will appear courtesy of Ubisoft on Sony’s portable later this year. Sony’s releasing an Assassin’s Creed-themed bundle, though the only component they’re talking about now is a Piano Black PSP.
Stay tuned for more updates..
Hot on heels of PSP2 rumors, SCEJ begins hiring testers to evaluate a “part of the PlayStation or PSP series and their peripherals,” including “machines not yet released.”
For months, rumors have been circulating about either a redesign or a successor to Sony’s PSP handheld. This week, the flames of speculation were further fanned by a job listing on the official Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Web site for an “evaluator/assessor” for a “new game machine.” According to a GameSpot translation by a fluent Japanese speaker, the new machine is “part of the PlayStation or PSP series and their peripherals.”
The job listing goes on to state that, if accepted, evaluator/assessor applicants will “be part of an advisory staff that will play PlayStation series software on this new machine and check its functionality. They will also be able to “test game machines not yet released or new functionality of PS3 peripherals before they are released.” (Emphasis added.)
So what exactly is this new “game machine”? Is it a new PSP, as some suspect, or simply some sort of new peripheral for the PSP or PS3? When contacted by GameSpot, Sony Computer Entertainment reps said they were working on a response, which had not been issued as of press time.
If the device in question is a new model of the existing PSP platform, it would be the fourth iteration and third redesign of the handheld since its Western release in 2005. The first revamp, the PSP-2000, was unveiled at E3 2007 and offered a slimmer chassis and video-output support. The second revision, the PSP-3000 that launched last October, offered a brighter LCD screen, built-in microphone for use with Skype, and interlaced video output.
Here we have yet another Bleach game, Bleach: Heat the Soul 6. I love the anime and i really love the game when it was released for the PS2. The only thing i dont like about this game is that it never gets released in english!
Anyway, here’s the trailer. Enjoy!