Another great, busy week in PlayStation land. Of course if you followed along, you know there was a lot going on Blog-ville this week…and the week ended with a patch for Fat Princess that improves multiplayer connections (yay!).
But hey, we’re not completely self-involved! Shatter and Fat Princess continue to soak up great reviews. We seem to be learning more about Persona and Final Fantasy XIV every day.
By the biggest surprise for me this week was firing up my morning Adam Carolla podcast, specifically the episode with The Crystal Method. About halfway through, the Method talks MAG for a couple minutes, going off about how crazy the game is, and how great it looks. I recommend giving it a whirl (and the Ace-Man is always good for a listen).
See you tomorrow.
The PS Blog weekly reading list (Week of August 3, 2009)
- The First Football Game in Cowboys Stadium – Kotaku
- A Glimpse Of Valkyria Chronicles 2’s Branching Class System – Siliconera
- Konami Continues To Tease MGS4 Trophy Patch – IGN
- Review: Fat Princess – VGBlogger.com
- Interview: Watchmen: The End is Nigh producer Andy Abramovici – Joystiq
- These Are The City-States of Final Fantasy XIV – Kotaku
- Batman Arkham Asylum demo available now on PSN – Examiner
- The Crystal Method hypes MAG on the Adam Carolla Podcast – adamcarolla.com
- PS3 outperforms Xbox 360 for EA – MCV
- Batman: Arkham Asylum Preview, Chapters 3 and 4 – IGN
- Final Fantasy XIV Jobs, Races Revealed – Kotaku
- SingStar Queen now available, as epic as you’d imagine – Destructoid
- Atlus provides video walkthrough of Persona PSP – Joystiq
- Sucker Punch interview: the dream behind inFAMOUS’s success, industry risk – Examiner
- Review: Fat Princess – GamePro
- Design the PS3A Sackboy, win a Golden Crown! – PS3 Attitude
- History Coming to Little Big Planet on August 13 – 1UP
- Batman: Arkham Asylum demo coming to PSN August 7th – Examiner
- Patapon + Clements = Win For You – IGN
- Two More Added To PS3 Greatest Hits Line – Kotaku
- Persona PSP: Feature video walkthrough – Examiner
- Get your first taste of R-Type’s Bitter Chocolate – Joystiq
- Fat Princess Review – IGN