106w ago - Today PSU.com (linked above) reports that SugarDVD is now offering an adult PS3 application for Unlimited TV streaming on the PlayStation 3 console.
To quote: "The press release below says you can instantly stream hundreds of full-length adult movies with the service, leaving us wondering if anyone will actually leave the house now they can play with Nathan Drake one minute, and then hunt for their favorite glossy treasure in the adult video service- actually, maybe it's the other way around.
Think of it as the natural progression of Netflix or GameFly, but instead of movies or games on demand and in the mailbox, you can stream and rent adult videos for $9.95 a month."
Press Release: SugarDVD's Unlimited TV Streaming Now On PlayStation 3 & Roku
Los Angeles, CA
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 1, 2011
SugarDVD.com has just opened up their unlimited TV streaming service to all Playstation 3 users. Now anyone with a Roku, Boxee, Playstation 3, or a Google TV device can instantly stream hundreds of full-length adult
movies to their TV using SugarDVD's service.
To use the app, customers log into their SugarDVD account using their PS3 and go to the TV streaming page. From there they can scroll through a list of hundreds of full length adult...
245w ago - Anyone who unloaded an Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 during the dying days of Circuit City had best hope they deleted all their private information, including credit card numbers and adult material, because it turns out that Circuit City didn't.
To quote: Kotaku was contacted by a reader who works in a refurbishing facility that bought some of Circuit City's stock of pre-owned Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, DS and PSP systems when the company went under.
The terms of the deal specified that the systems would be in working order, "with maybe a few components missing."
It may or may not come as a surprise depending on your own particular bias toward the company but Circuit City apparently failed to live up to its end of the bargain: 217 of 227 Xbox 360 and 167 of 205 PlayStation 3 consoles received in the deal were "non-functioning."
Bad enough in itself, perhaps, but things got even uglier when the center started repairing and testing the consoles. When the systems were taken online to check their connectivity, many of them suddenly started popping up with friend...
277w ago - PlayStation's Home becomes more clear, with the news that the service will host over 18 areas where restricted trailers and possibly casinos will dwell.
If these areas resemble those near my home that have the same services, it might be best to to move.
During the recent Edinburgh Interactive Festival, Peter Edward, director of the PlayStation Home Platform Group, and Jamie McDonald, VP of Sony Worldwide Studios revealed some rather interesting morsels related to Sony's eagerly anticipated virtual life experience Home to Steve Boxer.
When asked whether Home will contain any areas where entrance is governed strictly by age (namely 18 and older), Edward replied that there probably won't be that many cropping up in Home's short term existence, "but in the long-term, we expect to see them."
The Home Platform Group director then suggested that while nothing sinister (read: pornographic or illegal) is likely to appear in Sony's world, it is possible that the odd casino could pop up or perhaps movie theatres where users could go to watch mature-rated videogame trailers.
Acknowledging that many other adult-only themed areas could conceivably come into play, Edward reinforced Sony's ultimate control by saying that "we have the ability to age-protect...
309w ago - Major adult movie studio Digital Playground has announced eight titles it will be releasing on Blu-ray in February. The studio had initially backed HD DVD but the eight titles it will be releasing on Blu-ray deals a further blow to HD DVD.
A representative for the studio said they were contacted by many PS3 owners who wanted Blu-ray movies for their console. they say however they will continue to support both formats until there is a clear winner.
To quote: Joone says that he was influenced by PlayStation 3 owners asking when their content would be available on Blu-ray.
"A lot of people were emailing that bought a PlayStation and they were basically saying, 'When are you guys going to release Blu-ray?' They really have no preference in format yet because it's so new. When it comes down to image quality, there is no difference between the two," he told CE Pro last month.