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PSN Thursday – 8.6.09: Batman, Nazi Zombies, and LittleBigInFamous

Another Thursday, another PlayStation Network update. Those looking to give Batman: Arkham Asylum a shot before it comes out later this month are in luck. There is a 1GB demo now available. Aside from that, Call of Duty: World at War has a new map pack. It consists of four new multiplayer maps, including Der Riese, a new Nazi Zombie level. The endless LittleBigPlanet DLC continues to be…umm…never ending. This time you can pay $1.99 to dress your Sackboy up like a hipster bike messenger with super powers of electricity. Yes, I'm referring to Cole from InFamous. Another notable release is Square Enix's tower defense game, Crystal Defenders. For $9.99 you can download the full game or try out the demo for free. Check out the whole list after the break. Read More


PSN Thursday – 7.30.09: Obese Princesses and Watchmen

I'd venture to say that this week's PlayStation Network update is above average in quality, mostly due to the fact that Fat Princess is now out. In addition, the second episode of Watchmen: The End is Nigh is available for 15 bucks. If you'd like to try before you buy, there is also a demo version. Your standard Rock Band and Guitar Hero DLC makes an appearance. However, you may notice the lack of LittleBigPlanet content. I'm sure we can expect some next week though. Keep reading for the official word from the PlayStation Blog. Read More


Random Video of the Day: Michael Jackson's Smooth Criminal, Rag Doll Kung Fu-Style

Ah, machinima. Kombo co-founder, PR Director, and man-of-a-million-links Sean O'Neill sent this my way earlier. Put quite simply, it is a performance of Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal," as performed by models from the Sony PlayStation 3 game Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic. Check it out: No small wonder that the tributes to Michael would still keep coming at this stage, especially from video game fans, a number of which I imagine grew up listening to the King of Pop. Not to mention his helping lead one of the earlier crossovers between music and gaming. Read More


Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic is Totally Free This Week!

Free! I did not stutter, the game is totally free for the rest of the week so you better get to downloading it! Sprint partnered up with the PlayStation Network to bring everyone this PSN exclusive game for free. How generous of Sprint, wouldn't you say? After playing the game for an hour or so, I have to say it is pretty damned awesome. It has a Smash Brothers feel to it but even funner in my opinion. It is just really too bad that it doesn't have online multiplayer, because if it did it would be amazing! So head on over to the U.S. PlayStation Store and start downloading it now! Grab three of your friends and beat the hell out of each other! Read More


Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic Release Date and Trailer!

Get ready to flip and flail your body at your friends! Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic is the follow-up game based on the PC title, Rag Doll Kung Fu. The original was created by co-founder and Creative Director of Media Molecule, Mark Healey. He developed the first game independently during his free time. It seems that the majority of the special moves require some input from the sixaxis motion controls. Josh Miller on the Official Playstation Blog had this to say, "you can control the crazy 3D characters and orchestrate in-air, ninja-like attacks, as well as engage in intense combat using weapons and strategy for an all-out, 360-degree assault. And of course, the better you become, the more trophies you earn! Take a peek at the brand new trailer after the cut! Read More


LittleBigPlanet for PSP - Sony Annoucnes PSP Lineup

I love press releases. I love them for there ambiguous lack of screenshots and simple text that gets me excited for no good reason. I love them because they make me like my consoles... my children (creepy yet?). Sony has thrown down a solid lineup preview for the PSP. In the crowd, we get a handheld specific LittleBigPlanet and Assassin's Creed. Neither sound like simple ports. Hit the break for the full, title crammed press release... Read More