Qore Episode 10: Burnout, Riddick, LittleBigPlanet, more

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 12 March 2009 19:00 GMT


Qore Episode 10 is now up on PSN, and a preview of what you’ll get is posted after the break.

This week, the Sony folks get some hands-on time with the upcoming Big Surf Island expansion pack for Burnout Paradise, travel to Sweden to visit Dark Athena creator Starbreeze, and talk Alpha Protocol with Obsidian.

A segment on user-created content for LittleBigPlanet is included along with a chat with the creator of famed level, The Azure Palace.

Qore subscribers will also receive a voucher for High Velocity Bowling, to be sent to the email address associated with your PSN account within seven days of the digital mag’s release.

An exclusive Resistance: Retribution theme is also available.

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