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Daily News - 16th May 2011 - Mass Effect 3, Batman and PSN is BACK!

The (Hopefully) Final Daily PSN Update!!!

Well kiddies, it's the biggie, PSN's back! Although if you have a PS3 you almost definitely already knew that... So let's see what other tidbits I can muster:

  • While the rest of the world is enjoying online Playstation gaming, Japan aint. And why is that? Because the Japanese government wont let them. Not until Sony prove it's safe anyways.
  • Sony says that for the next few weeks, to catch up on recent releases, it will be updating it's store "multiple" times per week.
  • Sony have let us know which games PS3 owners will eventually be getting for free. Remeber, they said you can pick 2 from each of these lists

PlayStation 3

  • LittleBigPlanet
  • Infamous
  • Wipeout HD/Fury
  • Ratchet And Clank: The Quest For Booty
  • Dead Nation*


  • LittleBigPlanet PSP
  • ModNation PSP
  • Pursuit Force
  • Killzone Liberation

(I've only posted the European list, the US list is slightly different)

Mass Effect 3 To Allow Same-Sex Relationships

The headline really is the story here .Not too much more to say, other than if you swing that way, this is probably awesome news!

And I'm alllllllllllllll outta gum! ...Oh waitThe First Person, Online Multiplayer Team Batman Game You Never Knew You Wanted!

The game will be called Gotham City Impostors and will pit a team of Batman impostors against a team of Joker impostors, using gadgets and weapons to, well, hurt each other and apparently you'll be able to get some crazy costumes aswell. The Batman universe is one with a complex history, and as we've not seen anything on the game yet it could look like anything. Personally I'm hoping for campy 70's Batman but with tonnes of blood, you can stick your dark, gritty Batman up your massive A-hole.

Something along these lines...

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