128w ago - Producer Lukasz Janczuk has shared some update details alongside two new videos spotlighting Sniper: Ghost Warrior for Sony's PS3 entertainment system today.
To quote: At the very beginning of the Sniper: Ghost Warrior project, we were aiming to have the game available on all platforms from day one.
In the end, we had to make the tough decision to delay the PS3 version for several months so that we could fully maximize the experience for its audience. But with that delay, we knew that when we did ship the PS3 version (in stores today!) we could make sure that it was superior to the version available on other platforms.
One of the first things we did in the interim period was to really look at every element of the game to assess what we could do to make those improvements. Bug fixing was the first and most obvious step, but we desperately wanted to use the extra development time to give PS3 owners more content and therefore a better sniping experience.
We added two bolt-action sniper rifles that we discovered had a profound impact on gameplay; if you can't kill enemies quickly then you have to choose your target more wisely. But this fundamental addition in gameplay then created new the necessity of new missions designed to...
135w ago - Update: The PS Blog has now posted the following message regarding their PSN restoration timeline update, to quote:
"I know you all want to know exactly when the services will be restored. At this time, I can't give you an exact date, as it will likely be at least a few more days. We're terribly sorry for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we work through this process."
Today Bloomberg (linked above) reports that Sony expects PSN services, including Qriocity, to be fully restored by May 31, 2011.
To quote: "Sony Corp.'s PlayStation Network and Qriocity online services remain shut as of today, Shigenori Yoshida, a Tokyo-based spokesman said. Sony is uncertain when it can resume the services, Yoshida said by phone today.
The company is in the process of adopting an improved security system and its plan to restart the services fully by May 31 is unchanged, he said. Sony shut down the PlayStation Network and Qriocity services April 20 because of possible data theft by hackers.
The maker of PS consoles had planned to restart partial operations within a week after boosting the level of security system, the company said May 1."
285w ago - Thanks to the French guys from PSP-GEN and the team that made 3.93 and 3.95 GEN, they are the first to announce that they have managed to take a look at the new PSP 4.00 firmware's PRX files.
The areas which has been changed includes: Pops popsman, npdrm, np9660, mlnbridge, sysmem, umdcache, sysconf, and video.
Check the whole content out pictured below.
This could mean we'll see a 4.00 GEN before a 4.00 M33 perhaps?