159w ago - Today VG247.com (linked above) has reported on some leaked images of what is believed to be the Sony PSP2 Dev Kit, which sports twin sticks and a trackpad.
To quote: "The shots clearly show the device's forward- and rear-facing cameras, as well as the much-discussed trackpad on the rear of the unit.
Note that this isn't the console's final form factor. As you can see, some developers are working with a kit with similar construction to a PSP go at the moment - see the update below - with a sliding screen over physical controls.
We don't know when the final physical spec will be nailed down, only that this isn't it. PSP2 is supposedly heading for release in late 2011.
If you're in any doubt as to the authenticity of these images, don't be. It is what it is. Enjoy.
Update: We've been told by a source that these images are from the last kit. There's a newer one, which is a single, non-sliding block.
Remember those last Kotaku rumours of the unit overheating? Sony switched back a form like PSP-1000 in order to cool it down."
183w ago - Update: Yet another MotorStorm 3: San Francisco PS3 screenshot has now leaked as uncovered by IronStarMovement.com, simply which adds further credence to the validity of the rest.
A few months back a playable MotorStorm 3 demo reportedly leaked, and today some images from MotorStorm 3: San Francisco for PS3 have also made their way to the Internet.
To quote from French site PS3Gen, roughly translated: "Motorstorm 3, which is still not officially announced, had been a blunder with a photograph that showed a player connected to the PlayStation Network playing with "Motorstorm 3: the first playable demo.
Of course, this information had not been commented on by Sony beyond the traditional "no comment".
Since February, the domain name www.motorstorm3.com was filed by the giant Nippon and, for the moment, returns to the official PlayStation site. Nevertheless, Sony continuously not confirm the release of this game.
Today, they are images 'stolen' which offer an extra buzz. After a sunny and cold nature,...
190w ago - Today Gamersmint shared some amazing new Alan Wake screenshots, which confirms the fact that this is going to be one of the finest titles to be releasing on Microsoft's XBox 360 this year!
The story will play out in an episodic format, with a television show-style presentation. Remedy has confirmed that Alan Wake is only the first season of a bigger story, opening the door for future sequels.
Light plays a significant role in gameplay and strategy. The enemies, called "the Taken" in the game, are sensitive to light, encouraging the player to take advantage of environmental light sources and placing significant emphasis on the flashlight as a primary weapon.
Players also have the ability to set traps that illuminate when triggered, either damaging or temporarily immobilizing an enemy. They are then destroyed and turned into batteries.
Finally, Alan Wake is slated for release on Microsoft's XBox 360 console on May 14, 2010 in Europe and on May 18, 2010 in North America.
197w ago - Update: To add more fuel to the fire, ScrawlFX.com has now uncovered a listing for Splinter Cell: Conviction in the Ubisoft Support center.
Since last year Ubisoft has been stating that they have no plans for a PS3 version of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction, but now contradictory images are turning up in a Blockbuster Video ad and from Swedish retailer Game giving fans hope the XBox 360 exclusive is no more.
To quote: "Look at the scan below, although could be a typo, it shows a number of games and movies with the dates and times they'll be available, but what caught my attention was the Splinter Cell: Conviction listing that also lists PS3 as one of the platforms.