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Impressions: The Agency (PS3/PC)

Last month, during Sony Gamers' Day, we ventured deep inside SOE Seattle's secret lair -- no joke, the building's not even marked with the company name -- to get an updated look at its spy MMO, The Agency, for PS3 and PC. Now that details of the event have finally been declassified, we're pleased...

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Patapon producer 'listening to' requests for PS3 version, more sequels

Patapon 2 is finally coming to the PSP in North America. While associate producer Chris Hinojosa-Miranda couldn't precisely explain why the title has taken so long to reach its final destination, he did say that the added time provided more focus on localization and translation. (Even still, we...

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Sony Gamers' Day 2009: inFamous gameplay videos

Rounding out our inFamous coverage from Sony's Gamers' Day event, here are two, thorough gameplay videos (above and after the break), which shed light on the rather dark world featured in Sucker Punch's sandbox action title. The videos put into motion the mechanics that power not-so-pedestrian...

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Joystiq hands-on: Trash Panic (aka Gomibako)

We already previewed Gomibako back in October at TGS, so when we were given the chance to take another look -- this time under the North American title Trash Panic -- we nearly passed it up. It's trash after all, right? Well, yes. "Gomibako" literally translates to "trash box," and plenty of...

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Joystiq hands-on: PAIN's Sore Spots (now with Daxter!)

PAIN has come a long way since launching with just one level, two characters, and no online multiplayer. It's managed to rank at the top of PSN downloads through a consistent stream of content add-ons, which -- you guessed it -- have added new levels, new characters, and online multiplayer. We got...

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Joystiq hands-on: White Knight Chronicles

click to enlarge Sony and Level-5's latest role-playing collaboration, White Knight Chronicles, has been out in Japan since December, but we recently got a chance to check out a partially localized version of the game at Sony Gamers Day 2009. Starting up the demo, we were treated to an intro...

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Joystiq impressions: MotorStorm Arctic Edge (PSP)

click to enlarge MotorStorm is about to roll onto the PSP for the first time with a new title -- and it's not even a port! MotorStorm Arctic Edge, developed by Bigbig Studios (the guys responsible for Pursuit Force), made an appearance at the recent Sony Gamers Day event and took us for a ride...

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PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe coming to PSP this Fall

PixelJunk Monsters is coming to PSP and, as promised, features a ton of new content not found in the PS3 version. The handheld version of the tower defense game will include all the content of PixelJunk Monsters, Encore, and a bit more. Deluxe will add a new island with ten new stages, new enemies...

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Get fat off of these new Fat Princess screens

Click for high-res carnage. Okay, so Fat Princess is still in beta. But it's so close! Can you taste it? We have a fresh batch of new Fat Princess screenshots from Sony's Gamers Day -- check 'em out! For those of you in the beta right now, feel free to leave a comment. Are you enjoying the cute...

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New SOCOM Fireteam Bravo 3 screens emerge

click to enlarge As we told you before, the PSP's upcoming SOCOM Fireteam Bravo 3 looks to be a more action-oriented entry in the popular franchise. There's a bigger focus on firefights this time around -- and we don't mean the kind with hooks and ladders. You'll be blasting away, sneaking up on...

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