Left in Helghast.
"Secret Game is Secret!"
Amazon France spills the haricot.
Making the mist of it.
Killzone 2 48p. Forza 3 for £2. Bulletstorm, Brink for £3 each.
Straight port of PS2 shooter, not an HD remaster.
Three new machines at one show, says report.
For PlayStation 4?
Vanguard Entertainment to work on new IP.
Developer celebrates anniversary.
Report says game out next year.
MGS4! MotorStorm 2! Resistance 2! KZ2!
Plus: Shatter and Crystal Defenders.
Still no word on price for add-on, though.
Patch arrives tomorrow with downtime.
Community man explains what it's all about.
Flash and Thunder pack for June.
PS3 leads for ninth week in a row.
Healthy pile of content to sift through.
Leaderboards point to high uptake.
Six dollars in US. Europe waits.
Play with Japanese, loads of tweaks.
But you will have to pay for it, says Sony.
Two new multiplayer maps on the way.
Plus: PSN ID bans for cheaters.
Man also thinks KZ2 will convert 360 fans.
Sony's first number one since GOWII.
Browser plug-in aims to build excitement.
To Brighton, Birmingham and Manchester.
No problem with promo copies.
Plus: Burnout Paradise, DLC, wallpapers.
Plus: try out Halo Wars right now.
Play the first bits of Corinth River.
Hardware bundle on the way too.
Sony still quiet on game's release date.
In the US. Still no word on Europe.
Sony yet to confirm.
US gamers have to pre-order for access.
Targeting "similar timeframe" to US.
Sony event, Leicester Square, tonight.
None at all. Optional or otherwise.
Last testing phase, but demo possible.
Community and press invited to the party.
Game has eight maps, six classes, more.
Moved to 2009 to make more money.
It's out early next year.
Guerrilla encourages salt grain consumption.
Sony refreshes release schedule.
Guerrilla adamant it served a purpose.
But hang on, calm down.
Makes sense, really.
More details on how it works.
Due on PlayStation Network.
Tells EG that it'll clear them.
Single-level demo at E3.
Semi-official blog not quite right.
As dev costs rival a feature film.
PSP instalment on the way.
Says Killzone PS3 developer.