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Burnout Paradise PS3 Trophy Update Now Live, Not Retroactive

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322w ago - Criterion Games has released its update for Burnout Paradise on PS3 which adds Trophy support. Dozens of trophy challenges have been added, including awards for both the Cagney and Bike update content.

The only mishap though - especially for such a massive game - is that you'll have to start again to start earning trophies, because none of them are retroactive.

"We had hoped to use this to retroactively award trophies, but we discovered during testing that this is not possible," admitted Criterion.

"If you're familiar with PS3 trophies already, you'll recognise that this works in the same way as all other games that have added trophy support post-release," it added.

A full list of the trophies can be found on the official site.
 

PSPHUGO: PC Engine Emulator for PSP v1.0.3 Update out!

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322w ago - Zx-81 has updated his PC-Engine/Turbografx-16 emulator PSPHUGO today. For those who haven't seen previous versions, Hu-Go is a famous emulator of NEC PC Engine console, running on many system such as Linux and Windows.

PSPHugo is a port on PSP of one latest version of Hu-Go.

Download: PSPHUGO v1.0.3 for PSP 4.X CFW / PSPHUGO v1.0.3 for PSP 1.5 FW

What's new in this version:

- Improve global emulation speed
- ISO file support but sound audio track are ignored
- Screen size 320x240 is now supported
(required for games such as R-Type)
- Add two new sound engines : mono (fast 22K or 44K) and
stereo (accurate 22K or 44K).
You may have to reset the game when you change between
mono and stereo, and save states may not work properly.
(few games are now fullspeed using audio mono 22K at 222Mhz)
- Zip rom files are now decompressed in memory (much faster !)
- Bug fix with D-pad (didn't work properly in previous versions)
 

Burnout Paradise Complete PS3 Trophy List Available

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322w ago - There are almost a million Trophies to collect in Burnout Paradise. By almost, we mean there are a whopping 64 Trophies to find.

You'll need to do almost everything imaginable in the game... and there's a lot to do. Make sure you have some online friends and a PS Eye if you want to get the Platinum. Thanks to PS3Trophies.org for the list, detailed below:

Bronze Trophies

• Repair your car - Awarded for driving through any Auto Repair
• Set a Time Road Rule on any road - Awarded for beating any of the original Time Road Rule scores
• Set a Showtime Road Rule on any road - Awarded for beating any of the original Showtime Road Rule scores
• Win a race - Awarded for winning any Offline Race
• Smash 3 Burnout Billboards - Awarded when you smash through your 3rd pristine Burnout Billboard
• Smash 30 Burnout Billboards - Awarded when you smash through your 30th pristine Burnout Billboard
• Drive through 10 sets of Yellow Smash Gates - Awarded when you drive through your 10th set of Yellow Smash Gates
• Drive through 50 sets of Yellow Smash Gates - Awarded when you drive through your 50th set of Yellow Smash Gates
• Shutdown the Nakamura SI-7 - Awarded...
 

Burnout Paradise Arrives this Thursday at the PlayStation Store!

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322w ago - We announced a few weeks back that you'd soon be able to buy Burnout Paradise on the PlayStation Store. We're now able to confirm that this will be released on this coming Thursday (25th of September).

Buying the game gets you all the original Burnout Paradise disk content. If you missed it, that's all 5 neighbourhoods in the Paradise City open world filled with hundreds of Road Rage, Stunt Run, Marked Man and Burning Route events. Every street in the city features a Road Rules record time and Showtime score to beat.

Take it online, and you'll witness the seamless arrival of up to 7 friends. Collaborate with them to beat 350 Freeburn Challenges - simple challenges taking you all over Paradise City.

Starting the game will then immediately trigger the download of all our updates, including the recent Cagney Pack and Burnout Bikes. A pack delivering PS3 Trophy Support will be released imminently and included for free.

To give you some idea of what you get, here's a whirlwind tour of all the awesome new content we've brought to Burnout Paradise since the game released.

- Online Stunt Run (game mode)
- Online Road Rage (game mode)
- Online Marked Man (game mode)
- 35 new car-based Freeburn Challenges
- 35 new car-based Freeburn Challenges...
 

PlayStation 3 Video DRM: Two Strikes and You're Out

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322w ago - The Sony Video Store on the PlayStation Network is filled with a good selection of movies, and you can't beat the convenience of renting or even buying movies from your couch and watching them on your big screen with your PlayStation 3.

Renting movies is a joy on the system, although it would be nice to have longer than 24 hours to watch the content, but what happens when you buy a movie? As one Ars reader found out, and Sony confirmed for us, you have to be careful about what happens to your system once it's filled with video content: you have one download, one redownload, and that's it.

Noise, a forum-goer, sent out a warning after he deleted some video content to make room on his hard drive and then found he couldn't redownload the content. The PlayStation 3 support page is perfectly clear on this matter. "Purchased content can be downloaded to a single PLAYSTATION 3 or a single PSP system," it reads. "Content cannot be redownloaded once it has been downloaded to either a PLAYSTATION 3 or PSP system."

You're allowed to keep the content on one system, and you can move it to up to three PSP systems, but if you have to delete the content for any reason, it's gone? Sort of. Lincoln...
 
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