It seems that today is “leak day” when it comes to details about the upcoming Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale video game: we now have a complete list of minions, as well as a list of in-game items leaked, following the recent leak of all the stages in PlayStation All-Stars.
So, players who found their way to the data files of the game after downloading the beta of the game managed to get a complete list of minions we’ll get in the game. Here is a list of Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale minions:
– Athena (God of War)
– Captain Qwark (Ratchet & Clank)
– Worker (Fat Princess)
– Dollface (Twisted Metal)
– Helghast Soldier (Killzone)
– Kai (Heavenly Sword)
– Kat (DmC Devil May Cry)
– Keira (Jak & Daxter)
– Kiya (MediEvil)
– Kuma (Tekken)
– Little Sister (BioShock)
– Monkey (Ape Escape)
– Murray (Sly Cooper)
– Nix (inFamous 2)
– Pierre (Doko Demo Issho)
– PJ Berri (Parappa the Rapper)
– Sackbot (LittleBigPlanet 2)
– Sam (Metal Gear Rising)
– Sully (Uncharted)
– Zeke (inFamous 2)
And here is the list of Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale items:
– Atomizer (Resistance 3)
– Baumusu Axe (The Mark of Kri)
– Boots of Hermes (God of War III)
– Freeze Missile (Twisted Metal)
– Golf Club (Hot Shots Golf)
– Gravity Shield (Wipeout)
– Hedgehog Grenade (Resistance)
– Dohvat Laser Designator (Killzone 3)
– Leech Beem (Wipeout)
– Murder of Crows (Bioshock Infinite)
– Railgun (Metal Gear Solid 4)
– Razor Claws (Ratchet and Clank)
– RPG (Uncharted)
– Scythe (Fat Princess)
– Spear (God of War)
– Sonic Rift (ModNation Racers)
– Sackbot (Little Big Planet)
We’ve got quite a list here and I am sure all of us can hardly wait to get their hands on the game and start playing!
It’s real madness surrounding the upcoming hit for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale and I am here with some incredible news for you: all the stages have been leaked and you can check out in the image below.
As we can all see, we have 14 stages in All-Stars Battle Royale and it’s unclear if this is the final count or some extra ones will be added before the game’s launch. We do believe that these are the final stages and maybe some extra ones can be downloaded via DLC releases in the future.
But until that happens, check out the leaked photo of all the stages in PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale:
So it seems that the following games were used as inspiration for the PlayStation All-Stars stages (and some of them were already confirmed):
– Jak & Daxter (confirmed)
– Parappa the Rapper (confirmed)
– LittleBigPlanet (confirmed)
– Ratchet & Clank (confirmed)
– God of War (confirmed)
– Twisted Metal
– BioShock Infinite
– Sly Cooper
– Uncharted 3
– Ape Escape
The list of achievements for the upcoming Borderlands 2 game has been released to the public, showing a ton of achievements to earn – and most of them appear to be extremely fun challenges for everybody. There are 50 achievements with a total of 1000 points, including achievements for completing challenges with a single character, leveling up and discovering locations.
But you can check out the entire list of Borderlands 2 achievements below & have fun unlocking them all!
Not Quite Dead – 5 points (Reached level 5) Better Than You Were – 10 points (Reached level 10) Friendship Rules – 10 points (Revived someone from “Fight for Your Life!” that is on your friends list) High-Flying Hurler – 10 points (Killed a flying enemy with a thrown Tediore weapon) Sugar Daddy – 10 points (Tipped Moxxi $10,000) Arctic Explorer – 15 points (Discovered all named locations in Three Horns, Tundra Express, and Frostburn Canyon) Better Than Money – 15 points (Purchased 5 items from the black market) Blight Explorer – 15 points (Discovered all named locations in Eridium Blight, Arid Nexus, and Sawtooth Cauldron) Cute Loot – 15 points (Killed a Chubby) Definitely An Italian Plumber – 15 points (Killed Donkey Mong) Goliath, Meet David – 15 points (Allowed a Goliath to level up four times before killing him) Highlands Explorer – 15 points (Discovered all named locations in The Highlands, Thousand Cuts, and Wildlife Exploitation Preserve) Tribute To A Vault Hunter – 15 points (Got an item from Michael Mamaril) Up High, Down Low – 15 points (Gave Claptrap a high five) Urban Explorer – 15 points (Discovered all named locations in Sanctuary, Opportunity, and Lynchwood) Build Buster – 20 points (Killed a Constructor without it ever building another bot) Phased and Confused – 20 points (Phaselocked 100 enemies) Sabre Rattler – 20 points (Killed 100 enemies with the Sabre turret) So Much Blood! – 20 points (Gunzerked continuously for 90 seconds) Token Gesture – 20 points (Redeemed 25 tokens) Unseen Predator – 20 points (Remained in Zero’s Deception mode for ten seconds straight) Always Improving – 25 points (Reached level 25) Bounty Hunter – 25 points (Completed 20 side missions) Decked Out – 25 points (Had Purple-rated gear or better equipped in every slot) How Do I Look? – 25 points (Unlocked 10 customization items) Went Five Rounds – 25 points (Completed Round 5 of any Circle of Slaughter) Challenge Accepted – 30 points (Completed level 1 of all non-level-specific challenges with a single character) Did It All – 40 points (Completed all side missions) Capped Out…For Now – 50 points (Reached level 50) World Traveler – 50 points (Discovered all named locations)
Konami have released a highly anticipated demo for PES 2013 today, available both on Xbox 360 consoles as well as PCs, with the PlayStation 3 demo being scheduled for release on July 31st. And in order to celebrate the launch of the demo – which should be definitely considered a must download by everybody, the developers have also launched a new trailer featuring Cristiano Ronaldo.
PES 2013 marks major advancements for the popular soccer game including new game mechanics such as PES FullControl, where players are given total control over every pass, shot and even first touch to the ball. Similarly, Pro-Active AI ensures that players move as they should both on and off the ball, creating a true authentic soccer experience. The Player ID system then enhances the feeling of individuality, with players that not only look and move like their real life counterparts, but also play just like them.
The first demo allows users to experience these key additions first hand and features eight fully licensed teams, including Germany, England, Portugal and Italy from the European field, while Santos FC, SC International, Fluminense and Flamengo are available in the are available in the Copa Libertadores mode.
Check out the PES 2013 demo trailer featuring Cristiano Ronaldo, as you wait for the demo to be downloaded:
The full version of Pro Evolution Soccer will hit game stores this fall.
A very interesting project is in the works at Trion Worlds in collaboration with SyFy: they are planning the release of Defiance, an interconnected MMO shooter, meaning that the world and storylines will co-exist throughout a scripted drama series and a multiplatform MMO shooter. A very interesting concept and I am sure we’ll all like to give it a try!
Set in the near future, Defiance introduces an exotically transformed planet Earth, its landscapes permanently altered following the sudden – and tumultuous – arrival of seven unique alien races. In this somewhat unknown and unpredictable landscape, the richly diverse, newly-formed civilization of humans and aliens must learn to co-exist peacefully.
Each week, viewers will follow an immersive character drama set in the boom-town of Defiance, which sits atop the ruins of St. Louis, MO, while in the game, players will adventure in the new frontier of the San Francisco Bay area. The dramatic tapestry of the series and the intense action of the game will exist in a single universe where their respective narratives will inform one another and evolve together into one overall story.
Absolutely interesting and surely sounds “Sci-fi” for me, proving that real life gaming and movies can co-exist. Just imagine how it would be to kill a character from the movie, in the game, and have it out of the show or something. That is pure madness!
oth the series and the game will debut simultaneously in April 2013 and the series is executive produced by Kevin Murphy (Desperate Housewives, Caprica; Hellcats) & Michael Taylor (Battlestar Galactica), so we have all the reasons to be excited.