Skate 2

Euro PSN update, July 9 – Ghostbusters and Fuel demos, Battlefield 1943

Holy hell, the European PlayStation Store update this week is not bad in the least. Somewhere, down below, Satan is contemplating a new winter coat. Battlefield 1943 arrived, along with excellent demos for Fuel and Ghostbusters. MotorStrom: Pacific Rift and Skate 2 got add-ons, and PSP has some Little Britain mini-games for you. Excellent. Full […]

Skate 2 headlines

  • Skate 2 Maloof DLC on the way

    The Maloof Money Cup is coming to Skate 2 via DLC, EA said today. The tournament will be available for $3/240 MSP on July 9. It’ll feature online and off-line modes, as well as an extra 250GS for 360 players. PR after the break.

  • EA gives video tour of Fantasy Plaza DLC for Skate 2

    Small video for for Skate 2 DLC, Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Plaza, after the break. Looks like you’ll be doing loads of tricks without the broken limbs and head trauma. Again. See for yourself.

  • SKATE 2 gets Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Plaza

    EA’s released Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Plaza as premium DLC for SKATE 2. The area, the centerpiece of Dyrdek’s MTV show, will set you back 400 MS Points, or $5 if you’re buying from PSN. Press release after the break, should you need such a thing.

  • Skate 2 gets Time is Money DLC that unlocks everything

    EA has released a Time is Money pack for Skate 2 that unlocks everything in he game that would only otherwise become available if you actually sit down and play it. For 400 MS Points or £3.49 on PSN, you gain access to “all locations, skaters and gear that can be earned by playing through […]

  • EA holds company-wide meeting, Black Box sees mass lay-offs

    Kotaku’s rumouring that Black Box has seen 150-200 staff laid off today following a company-wide meeting held at EA Canada. CEO John Ricittiello is said to have headed up the shindig. The news comes the day after Skate 2 – developed by Black Box – released in the US. The outfit employs around 350 people. […]

  • EA's Skate 2 PS3 version "runs like a dog," says Aussie review

    Oh dear. Australian site Gameplayer‘s Skate 2 review reckons the PS3 version has severe frame-rate issues and “runs like a dog.” From the piece: There are some serious frame-rate concerns with the PS3 version of the game. We tested both the Xbox 360 and PS3 review code, even taking our rider in each version to […]

  • Brand new Skate 2 shots showing tricks for kicks

    Images after the break. Black Blox’s Skate 2 is looking more than we decent we think and if you didn’t already know, a demo was available from Xbox Live yesterday and should be ready to go on PSN today. EA has said Black Box is to close after Sthe game’s release. Skate 2 hits the […]

  • 7 Skate 2 trailers out on the streets

    EA has released seven new Skate 2 videos showing all kinds of different aspects of gameplay from tricking through bailing. In case you didn’t know, a Skate 2 demo will release on Xbox Live this morning with PSN to join in on the fun on the 15th. Head over to IGN for a veritable video-feast […]

  • Skate 2 demo to hit PSN Jan 15

    EA has just issued a press release stating that Black Box’s Skate 2 demo will be released on PSN on January 15th. The release confirmed that 360 owners can download the demo as of tomorrow morning. Skate 2 will be released on January 21 in the US and worldwide on the 23rd. Full release after […]

  • ...and we're back - Christmas news round up

    Happy New Year. We’re glad we shut down over Christmas. You didn’t miss a whole lot. By far the most important story over the break was news that Free Radical cut its workforce by 140 to just 40. The developer was confirmed as being in administration just before the Christmas holiday. Speaking to 1UP, Cameron […]

  • New SKATE 2 screens feature men in compromising positions, grinding

    Black Box may be planning its own funeral, but SKATE 2 is all set to come screaming out of the developer’s gates just before they slam shut for good. Destructoid, then, nabbed ten fresh SKATE 2 screens from the game’s soon-to-be-deceased parents – as a reminder of their progeny’s bright future. To be honest, though, […]

  • EA to close Black Box

    After earlier reports outlining EA’s plans to fire 400 and close nine studios, it seems the first outfit to be axed is Need for Speed developer Black Box. According to IGN, many of the studio’s staff are being relocated to EA’s Burnaby facility in British Columbia. Apparently the closure will not be immediate, meaning SKATE […]

  • SKATE 2 trailer shows skating, looks cool

    There’s a SKATE 2 story trailer after the link, presumably released in conjunction with the fact the game’s coming out in January. It does look awesome, even if there’s no gameplay. There’s no substitute for grown men sliding over things at high speed.

  • SKATE 2 confirmed for JANUARY

    EA’s confirmed that SKATE 2 will release in the US on January 21 and worldwide on January 23. A press release proving this, as well as detailing some web-based “self-expression” tool, lies after the link.

  • Skate 2 coming in January

    According to IGN, the Mirror’s Edge manual reveals that EAs Skate 2 will be arriving in January. Which is awesome. We assume that this is just a US release mind, so don’t ready those pre-order trigger fingers just yet. More through the link. By Mike Bowden

  • New SKATE 2 trailer released

    Feel the art. EA’s put out a new trailer for SKATE 2, and it’s too cool for school, daddio. Do you wear a cap in the house? This is for you. Does look good, to be fair. After the break.

  • New Skate 2 screens released

    Over at Kotaku. This is the only thing new we’ve seen on this in a while. Still, if you’re hungry for more, click here and fill your boots… or should that be Vans? By Mike Bowden

  • New Skate 2 trailer shows skipping, hopping

    After the break. There are full-pipes and stuff there. No release date as yet, but the PS3 and 360 sequel’s looking cool. And that’s all you can hope for. Take a look.

  • Six new SKATE 2 shots posted

    On TalkPlayStation. It’s people skateboarding through a fisheye lens, essentially, but there’s nothing wrong with that. It’s out at the end of this year.

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