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Exclusive PlayStation 3 Video Games & Release Dates for 2009

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297w ago - Below is the biggest and most accurate PlayStation 3 exclusive video game list for 2009, including release dates where available.

Uncharted Waters Online
Developer: Koei
Genre: MMO
Online: Online play
Release: Q4 2009

This game is already out for the PC but a PlayStation 3 version is shipping in 2009 with improved graphics and new content.

Wardevil
Developer: Digi-guys
Genre: Action
Online: None
Release: 2009

Not much is known about this game, besides that the engine is called RTE1080. It is suppose to deliver amazing real time graphics.

Demon's Souls
Developer: From Software
Genre: RPG
Online: Co-op.
Release: Q3 2009

A action RPG that looks and plays like Oblivion, the game lets you fight against all sorts of demon's.

Supercar Challenge Supercar
Developer: Eutechnyx
Genre: Racing
Online: Online play
Release: 2009

Free Realms
Developer: Sony Online Entertaiment
Genre: MMORPG
Online: Online play
Release: 2009

A free of charge MMORPG for the PC and PlayStation 3, they will try to earn money with small paid items like in Home...
 

Calling LittleBigPlanet Creators: Winter X Games 13 is Coming!

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298w ago - SCEA Marketing Manager Mark Valledor is calling upon LBP creators who live in or around Aspen, Colorado for the LittleBigPlanet Winter X Games 13. To quote:

We are looking for up to 3 talented LittleBigPlanet creators to join us next week for the X-GAMES (1/22-1/25) in Aspen, Colorado to create one of a kind levels side by side with real Winter X Games athletes (Not a bad way to kick off 2009!).

So if you can build some great LBP levels and have a way to meet us in Colorado, this might be up your alley. All you will need to do is meet us in Aspen next Tuesday and dedicate a few hours of your time and LBP creative juices and you will be rewarded.

Selected creators will score the following:

- Upgraded experience at Winter X Games
- A chance to meet and work with a Winter X Games athlete to help them design a LBP level for posting
- Signed Merchandise
- PS prize pack which includes PS backpack, hoodie and more!

Ok, the requirements (see below for official contest rules):

1) You need to be 18 Years or older
2) You will need your own transportation and accommodations
3) You need to be a skilled LittleBigPlanet creator to help make levels with Winter X Games athletes
4) You will need to meet us in Aspen the morning...
 

Game Lag: Five Steps to Reducing Lag in Online Video Games

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298w ago - Tired of pulling a trigger in Call of Duty: World at War, then watching your gun fire five seconds later? Sick of adrenaline-fueled Halo 3 matches playing out like slide-shows?

Well, the GamePro editors have five secret tips to help you reduce or eliminate lag, and make online gaming more stable and enjoyable.

Without further ado, here are five proven ways to fix a laggy game experience!

1. Shut down all PC downloads and sharing apps.
File-sharing programs such as BitTorrent are infamous for eating up bandwidth, and will guarantee you a choppy online gaming experience on your game system.

Big downloads, such as Apple Store TV shows or movies, will also slow down your online game. If you're playing online, try to limit any PC Internet use beyond simple web browsing or e-mail.

2. Cable internet beats DSL every single time.
There's a reason a DSL connection costs less than cable internet: it's slower and less stable. In fact, some industry groups have recommended stripping DSL of its "broadband" label because it can only handle a fraction of the speed of a cable connection.

DSL is fine for speedy web browsing, but cable reigns supreme for online gaming. Cable internet is also relatively inexpensive if you're already a cable TV...
 

Aksys Games Announce Bit.Trip Beat for Nintendo Wii

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298w ago - Grab onto your pixels, as Aksys Games has announced a retro-esque WiiWare title, called Bit.Trip Beat.

Press Release: AKSYS GAMES ANNOUNCES BIT.TRIP BEAT

Once again, getting the high score is all that matters in life

Torrance, CA (January 13, 2009) - Aksys Games, a publisher of interactive entertainment software, is pleased to unveil BIT.TRIP BEAT exclusively for WiiWare™! Developed by Gaijin Games, BIT.TRIP BEAT marks the first adventure of Commander Video.

Using the Wii Remote™, players will test their twitch skills as they battle through a retro-esque universe, familiar to the old generation and yet reinvented for the new.

BIT.TRIP BEAT STORY

Everything comes from something. We were before we became. From life comes rhythm, and from rhythm comes life. We are beings of information. Everything is a conduit for learning. We communicate in bits and bytes. And we will return to something once we become nothing; after our BIT.TRIP is complete.

"BIT.TRIP BEAT is a crazy mix of 80s aesthetics and modern game design," states Michael Manzanares, Producer of Aksys Games. "It's challenging, yet fair, and completely addicting."

"The Gaijin Games team wanted to make a game that used the tools of today to inspire the fun of...
 

PlayStation 2 Not Dead Yet, Still Playing Games and 50M Strong!

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298w ago - The Associated Press reports that Sony's PS2 console has just sold 50 million units in North America. To date, Sony still has total faith in the system and commented they do not plan to do away with it any time soon.

To quote: The Sony PlayStation 2 debuted in 2000, before the beginning of the Bush administration, when Google Inc. was still a private search startup and the iPod and Windows XP hadn't been born. Yet despite its age in a business obsessed with the new, the video game console remains a big seller today.

In fact, Sony Corp. announced Tuesday that it has sold 50 million PlayStation 2 units in North America.

Microsoft Corp., meanwhile, has already discontinued the original Xbox, which launched a year after Sony's PS2. According to the most recently available figures From The NPD Group, which tracks U.S. sales only, Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft sold 14.5 million of those Xbox consoles.

Nintendo Co.'s GameCube, another PS2 competitor, sold 12 million units in the country. NPD puts U.S.-only sales of the PS2 through November at 43 million.
 
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