Sony has ben keeping themselves pretty busy this year, both in the movie and video game industry (well, summarize that into the entertainment industry ). Their list of debuting new games doesn’t seems too bad afterall.
PS3 Blu-Ray Discs
Ninja GaidenÃ‚Â® Sigma
MLB 07 The ShowTM
Pirates of the Caribbean: At WorldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s End
TRANSFORMERS: The Game
PlayStation Network Downloadable Titles
Calling All CarsTM
RampageTM World Tour
Super Puzzle FighterTM II HD Remix
Spider Man 3: The PS3 gets lots of exclusive content including a completely exclusive controllable character, Ã¢â‚¬Å“The New GoblinÃ¢â‚¬Â, controllable via the sixaxis tilt functionality. Many movie-based video games fails to capture gamers heart, and the previous 2 games in the franchise has not gain enough good word of mouth to be regarded as a decent game. It’s also a truth that Sony decided to premiere the spiderman 3 movie exclusively in Japan. How about considering that a tactic to capture more exposure and buzz to persuade Japs to buy a spiderman 3 game to play on PS3?
The Darkness: The developers behind this game, Starbreeze Studios, also developed the Xbox shooter, Ã¢â‚¬Å“The Chronicles Of RiddickÃ¢â‚¬Â. Many thought that that title was actually a better Xbox shooter than Halo 2. I canÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t wait to see how this title turns out. Also, the developers have spoken very highly of the PS3 which suggests that we will actually get a high quality version (possibly the best) rather than a dumbed down port.
Ninja Gaiden Sigma: This is a rather extensive remake of an extremely highly rated Xbox exclusive. It sounds like they are really delivering a dramatically improved remake that takes full advantage of the PS3 and not just giving us a quick port.
Transformers: Definately one of my favorite cartoon show back in those days. Can’t wait for their movie! How will Sony put this into a game? The idea of transforming from a car/truck into a gun-fighting-robot-machine gives me a chill back at the spine though.