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Thu, Dec 13, 2012 | 14:11 GMT
The last issue of PSM3 contains a feature listing every rumor and leak available pertaining to the next console from Sony and according to the magazine, it will not be called PlayStation 4.
Sat, Nov 17, 2012 | 19:46 GMT
The last issue of Xbox World promises to go out with a bang as it contains eight pages of everything there is to know about the next Xbox console.
Tue, Nov 13, 2012 | 13:53 GMT
Xbox World and PSM3 magazines in the UK will no longer be published, Future has confirmed as a measure to focus on digital growth.
Fri, Apr 13, 2012 | 19:27 BST
The latest issue of PSM3 has posted dates for both Grand Theft Auto V and Hitman: Absolution. According to the magazine, the Rockstar title will hit retail on March 9, 2013, while Agent 47′s latest mission lands in December of this year. The dates were posted in the “Readers’ Most Wanted” section, and while not listed in the mag’s rumors portion, we’re still calling it as such until both games are given set release dates by the publishers. Thanks, Gematsu.
Mon, Feb 06, 2012 | 18:24 GMT
A teaser page with a picture of two bullets pointing downwards and the text, “A mystery shooter sequel,” features prominently in this month’s issue of PSM3.
Tue, Jul 19, 2011 | 14:03 BST
Future’s announced details and shown off the brand new PSM3 magazine, promising a 12 page world exclusive look at The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, as well as an interview with Team Bondi boss Brendan McNamara. The magazine will also include QR codes to “see exclusive videos and supplementary
content from the wider world of PlayStation.” PSM3 editor Dan Dawkins said the redesign “reflects the needs of the modern, adult gamer.” Go check out the redesign in the September issue from next week, July 22.
Sun, May 02, 2010 | 16:04 BST
Future Publishing’s PSM3 has promised two world exclusive PS3 game reveals next month.
Mon, Feb 16, 2009 | 17:51 GMT
Future’s PSM3 mag has blown the lid on EA’s Dante’s Inferno, revealing a “muscular six foot knight with magic powers” fighting through the nine circles of Hell to a showdown with Old Nick himself.
- The game runs at a solid 60FPS and is brought to life by the excellent animations of its enemies and protagonist.
- Dante Aligheri, the Florentine poet of whom the game is based upon, has been turned into a “muscular six foot knight with magic powers” to suit the tone of the game. Dante is fighting his way through Hell to save his lost love Beatrice, who has been murdered and wrongly sent to the underworld.
- One of the first boss encounters takes place in “Limbo”, an area of lost souls who are agonisingly close to God but can never reach Him due to a life of non-believing. It’s here that Dante fights Death himself and steals his magical scythe before plunging into the underworld.
- The game shares the exact same control scheme as God Of War. Even down to Circle being used to open chests.
- The games artist Wayne Barlowe was chosen because of his work on Barlowe’s Inferno, a collection of images based on Dante’s poem.
- Structurally, the game is designed to take the player through the nine circles of Hell. The first circle, Limbo, is where you will encounter Death and moving through the world areas get more horrific. Circle 5, “The Wrathful”, is where violent people are forced to endlessly fight each other. The game will culminate in Circle 9, presumably with a massive boss fight against Beelzebub himself.
No date on it yet. Watch for an embargo-lift in the very near future.
Tue, Feb 10, 2009 | 17:25 GMT
First real details have surfaced on EA Redwood Studio’s multi-platform third-person action title, Dante’s Inferno.
Dante Alighieri’s adventures through the nine circles of Hell will be a mixture of God of War meets Dead Space, according to a PSM3 article, with the protagonist facing off against crosses spewing lava, demons and other nasty denizens as he searches for his lady love Beatrice.
Quick time events, such as climbing a 20-foot monster to battle its demon rider over control of the beast, should be familiar to any one who has played any of Kratos’s adventures, and even combo controls will be reminiscent of the Spartan’s lauded control scheme.
PSM3 has a 10-page spread on the game in the latest issue, and in case you have not seen the teaser trailer, head on over to CVG, and check it out.
Wed, Sep 24, 2008 | 10:47 BST
According to CVG, UK mag PSM3′s published the first BioShock PS3 review, which claims the game “plays identically” to its 360 counterpart.
The 93 percent review is summed up thus:
If you’re a lucky multi-format owner who favours visuals over some extra puzzle levels, you’re probably better off with 360′s original. Otherwise, you needn’t panic: Rapture shines on every format and plays identically.
Overall As fresh today as it ever was, BioShock’s an essential PS3 play.
More through the link.
Wed, Apr 09, 2008 | 10:08 BST
We’re started to see something of a pattern here. The cover article from the latest PSM3 – a 12-page preview of Metal Gear Solid 4 based on a visit to Konami’s “super campus” in Japan – has been scanned in its entirety and can be found on 360Indians. We haven’t read it, but there are some major spoilers in there, apparently, so don’t go if you want to remain pure.