- Prey trial out for PC, console demo now trial to carry over progress
- The Evil Within 2 trailer introduces (killer) photographer Stefano
- PC gamers to get access to Destiny 2 beta on August 29
- Forza Motorsport 7 garage additions brings 140-plus European rides
- Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder to be released August 28, 29
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Daily Archives: October 4, 2011
Square Enix’s fan-favorite RPG Chrono Trigger is now available on PSN for the PS3 and PSP. Originally appearing on the SNES in 1995, the temporal-twisting adventure sent players traveling throughout the ages, affecting each era as they took on and completed new quests. Since its release, Chrono Trigger has also appeared on the DS, PlayStation, and on the Wii via the Virtual Console.
Activision has begun to take submissions for the Activision Independent Games Competition. Open to all independent developers within the U.S., the second AIGC will be administered by IndieCade and offer a developer or developers funding for a game concept, title in development, or completed work, with ownership remaining with the creator. The first-place prize is a cash award of $175,000, and the runner-up will receive $75,000.
From Software’s Dark Souls, follow-up to 2009’s Demon’s Souls, is now available for the 360 and PS3. The Namco Bandai-published action-RPG continues the original’s blend of off- and online play, with players joining in or hurting others as they make their way through the Northern Realms. And, of course, it’s difficult. Very difficult.
Crysis, the Great PC Humbler of 2007, is now available on Live and PSN. More specifically, the single-player campaign is what’s available for the 360 and PS3. The 1600 MS Point/$19.99 release includes an upgrade to the CryEngine 3 and support for stereoscopic 3D.