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Video: God of War: Ghost of Sparta Origins PSP & Bonus Content

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229w ago - SCEE European Product Manager Richard Yap has shared a God of War: Ghost of Sparta Origins PSP video trailer today and bonus content details, as follows:

Hope you've all enjoyed unleashing chaos in the God of War: Ghost of Sparta demo available on PlayStation Store.

As we move closer to the launch of the game in PAL regions, we thought it only fair to share even more amazing gameplay footage. Check out the latest "Origins" trailer which provides a glimpse of the endless nightmares that continue to haunt Kratos.

You will notice that Kratos' brother Deimos makes an appearance in the trailer. To reward all of God of War fans who purchase the game, I'm really excited to tell you that will receive an EXCLUSIVE DOWNLOAD voucher in the Ghost of Sparta box that unlocks the Deimos character skin for God of War III on PS3.





So relive the God of War III experience like never before as you get to PLAY as Kratos' brother, Deimos, who benefits from enhanced combat damage and 4x the Health, Magic and Gold Orbs, giving you the ultimate rage-fuelled Spartan!

For those who own a PSP GO, don't worry we have made sure you'll get the Deimos skin when you purchase God of War: Ghost of Sparta from the PlayStation Store...
 

Blade Kitten: Origins and Inspirations on PlayStation 3 and PSP

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255w ago - Today Krome Studios Creative Director Steve Stamatiadis has shared the origins and inspirations in their upcoming PSN title Blade Kitten for PlayStation 3 and PSP, as follows:

Today I'm going to let you in on the secretes behind the reason why our arcade sidescroller looks the way it does. Once upon a time...

When I was a kid, way back in the dark ages before games (better known to many as the early 1970s), I used to watch a lot of cartoons: Speed Racer, Battle of the Planets, Robotech. I always thought those cartoons just had the coolest stories, action and look; It's really no surprise to me that I gravitated towards that style of drawing.

By the end of the 80s when I was studying animation and getting into drawing comics, my fate was sealed - I had become one those non-Japanese anime artists. But I found that I also loved comics and animation from around the world. US, UK, French, you name it, I grew into an international animation and comic lover.

For those taking notes here, these are the creators that I think have most influenced my style, but not necessarily the look of Blade Kitten. First and foremost is the work of the amazing animation director Hayao Miyazaki; I'll always have soft spots for NausicaƤ, Totoro and Spirited Away.

On the manga...
 

Dragon Age: Origins Ostagar PS3 DLC Hits PSN on March 11, 2010

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261w ago - The PlayStation 3 version of Dragon Age: Origins Return to Ostagar downloadable content has passed certification, and is now scheduled to hit PS3 via PSN on March 11, 2010.

The expansion was supposed to be released for all three platforms (PS3, XBox 360, PC) during the holidays but got pushed back; it eventually released for the 360 in January but had to be taken back due to glitches and other problems.

Then, on January 29, 360 and PC owners finally got a clean expansion, but PS3 owners have been waiting ever since.

To quote: "Now an official post on the BioWare forums has announced that the new content has finally passed PlayStation 3 certification, and will be hitting the PlayStation Network on March 11th, giving players four days to blaze through Ostagar before the Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening expansion is released.

It's still a relatively long wait, but at least you'll be busy for a while once it drops."
 

BioWare Announces Dragon Age Origins: Return to Ostagar DLC

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269w ago - BioWare has announced that the long awaited downloadable content (DLC) for Dragon Age Origins, dubbed Return to Ostagar, will be released for the XBox 360 and PC on January 5, 2009.

PlayStation 3 owners will have to wait until later this January. No reasons on why the PlayStation 3 version is delayed, but perhaps it's the exclusivity BioWare is giving to Microsoft's XBox 360 and the PC.

Press Release: BioWare, a division of Electronic Arts, announced today that the Return to Ostagar downloadable content (DLC) for Dragon Age: Origins will be released on January 5 in North America and Europe for the Xbox 360 and PC versions of the game at a cost of 400 BioWare Points or Microsoft Points. The DLC will be available for the PlayStation 3 later in January priced at $4.99.

Return to Ostagar allows players to exact their revenge and embark on a quest for the mighty arms and armor of the once great King Cailan when they revisit Ostagar, the site of the Grey Wardens' darkest hour, to reclaim the honor and learn the secrets of Ferelden's fallen king.

Aaryn Flynn, the General Manager and Vice President at BioWare Edmonton had the following to say:

"We are thrilled at the way the fans have embraced Dragon Age: Origins and we're excited to welcome them back into the...
 

Video: Dragon Age: Origins - Mage Circle Tower PS3 Trailer

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278w ago - Dragon Age: Origins from BioWare is set for release on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows in North America on November 3, 2009.

Below is a new PS3 trailer for the title, which shows the Mage Circle Tower where the magicians do their work.

The trailer also reveals that this 'magic place' is not positive at all, since it is also some kind of prison.

To quote: Welcome to The Circle Tower, where mages practice and hone their art under constant observation from the Templars of the Chantry. Place of learning and prison in equal measure, it's a place you'll get to explore in BioWare's fantasy RPG.

"Glass Cannons" everywhere pay attention. In the world of Dragon Age: Origins beware the corruption that could take place in the mage training area of The Circle Tower.

Check out the video below!



 
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