154w ago - Today Associate Producer Jenny Barbour has revealed that BUZZ!: Quiz Player delivers free fun today with Facebook integration and DualShock support for PSN fans!
To quote: Today we'll be launching the new BUZZ!: Quiz Player, a free BUZZ! experience that will be available to download on PSN.
BUZZ!: Quiz Player lets you play through a variety of classic BUZZ! rounds like Point Builder, Fastest Finger, Point Stealer and Final Countdown while challenging your trivia knowledge with 90 sample questions.
To access even more questions, you can use BUZZ!: Quiz Player's in-game PSN Store launching feature to download a wide selection of question expansion packs including Comedy, Rock Legends, Space, U.S. Sports and more.
The best part about BUZZ!: Quiz Player is that for the first time ever, anyone can get in on the quiz action by using either BUZZ! Buzzers or DualShock 3 wireless controllers to answer questions.
Just download BUZZ!: Quiz Player from PSN and you'll have everything that you need to challenge your quiz skills in the single player mode or square off against up to four of your friends in local multiplayer BUZZ! showdowns. For added fun, you can even use BUZZ!: Quiz Player's Facebook integration feature to publish the details of your games online...
227w ago - First announced with the recent Nintendo DSi System Update, today Facebook connect photo integration with Nintendo DSi launches.
Press Release: FACEBOOK CONNECT PHOTO INTEGRATION WITH NINTENDO DSI LAUNCHES TODAY
Free New Integration Lets Users Upload Photos to Their Facebook Profiles
REDMOND, Wash., Aug. 3, 2009 - Starting today, Nintendo DSi™ owners have even more ways to share their experiences with friends and family. Using an Internet-connected Nintendo DSi system and the Nintendo DSi Camera application, Facebook members can take pictures with either of the system's two cameras and upload their photos directly to their Facebook profile. This function will be available after 5 p.m. Pacific with a free downloadable system update.
While reviewing pictures they've stored in the Nintendo DSi Camera album, which includes photos taken by users and manipulated using the built-in interactive lenses, users can simply tap the Facebook icon on the system's touch screen to instantly transmit photos to the user's Facebook profile. The user's system must be configured to a wireless broadband Internet connection for the transmission of photos.