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Infamous 2 Beta Quick Facts

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Sucker Punch's forthcoming title Infamous 2 has a beta set for April 12th. If you're jonesing to get in on the action and you reside in the U.S., all you have to do is head over to Once there you can direct yourself to sign-up registration.

March 21st marks the end of the sign-up period. Winners will be chosen at random and emailed shortly there after. As a note for gamers outside the U.S., no worries, Sucker Punch has promised other territories their own betas as well.

The interesting thing about this beta, however, is that it will be centered around mission creation. And such a creative task will be quite rewarding. Sucker Punch will chose the best created content to spotlight front and center when Infamous 2 launches stateside on June 7th. Good luck, gamers!


Portal 2 to feature music by The National

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Valve has announced that a song from the band The National will be featured in their upcoming game Portal 2.

Portal 2 is the sequel to Valve's 2007 award winning physics based puzzler.

Chet Faliszek, a writer at Valve, stated "For Portal 2, we wanted to extend the use of music. When Bug Music mentioned to us that The National might be interested, we jumped at the opportunity to work with them." It will definitely be interesting to hear a song from a well known band in Portal 2.

Portal 2 is slated to be released worldwide the week of April 18 for Playstation 3, Xbox 360, PC and Mac.


Cloud-Based Game Saves for PS Plus Subscribers

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As of today, PS3 plus subscribers will enjoy a new software update to version 3.60. The major change in this update is cloud-based save games. Each subscriber receives 150 megabytes of storage space for their save files. Sony says that most current PS3 titles already support it, but all subsequent games will support it.

"Online storage for game saves ensures that data stored by PlayStation Plus subscribers is more secure than ever and is an integral feature for gamers who wish to access their data on other PS3 systems," says Sony Computer Entertainment America in a statement.

A subscription to the Plus program is $49.99 annually, but Sony is currently offering a three month bonus to any new subscribers. They also offer a three month trial for $17.99. Another cool perk to the Plus program is the addition of avatars and and themes.


Modern Warfare 2 Hack Patch Released

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The long awaited “hack patch” for Infinity Ward’s juggernaut first-person shooter, Modern Warfare 2, is now live. This version of the patch, however, is only for PS3. According to Robert Bowling of Infinity Ward, patches for Xbox 360 and PC are pending.

The patch claims to fix all of MW2’s exploits that have been running rampantly, plaguing the online multiplayer experience. It’s fitting that Infinity Ward chose to focus on a patch for PS3 first, considering that the PS3’s internal security was compromised nearly two months ago.



Killzone 3 Review

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The madness begins in Guerilla Games' visually striking First Person Shooter.

With the popularity of first person shooters having grown tremendously over the past few years, developers now find themselves hard at work trying to craft the most effective formula for a perfect shooter experience. Guerilla Games, the developer behind Sony’s exclusive action sci-fi based FPS franchise, Killzone, is by all means no exception.

Killzone 3, the most recent game in the series, is a fantastic display of what the PS3 is fully capable of and what an FPS should be. Showcasing stunning visuals and engaging gameplay, the game, is both entertaining and aesthetically pleasing.

The first key to the game's successful formula is its story. Though the plot itself is a bit weak, lacking depth and suspense, it is action packed. In this case, mindless fun isn't necessarily a bad thing, considering the fact that this is an action game and players spend 90% of their time in campaign mode either on foot or in a vehicle spewing thousands of bullets, grenades and rockets. At the same time, there is always good reason behind the explosive results.