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Mirror's Edge 2D Flash Game BETA v0.9 Available

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303w ago - Electronic Arts has officially been working with Borne Games on a 2D flash version of Mirror's Edge. They have released a one level BETA which you can try out linked above.

To quote: Now, I can't stress this enough. This is only a one level BETA, designed to iron out a few bugs before release, and give you guys a chance to leave some feedback on the raw gameplay.

There's much more to the (also free) full game than just this level. Don't forget to check out Mirror's Edge, out now on PlayStation 3 and XBox 360.

Also of note, Electronic Arts is officially working with Borne Games on ME 2D.

Controls:
Left and Right arrows: Run
Up arrow: Horizontal wall run, vertical wall climb
Down arrow: Duck
S or /: Jump
M: toggle music
Q at pause screen: Reset level

Changelog .09a:

- REALLY fixed running up slippery ground (and running up normal ground).
- fixed head collision problems
- fixed rolling off a ledge
 

Video: Acekard Flash Cart Running on the Nintendo DSi

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305w ago - AceKardTeam has shared via YouTube a video of their flash cart working on the Nintendo DSi in a LAB environment. However, they admit that even though they can get it running, it is almost impossible to make a commercial product out of it.

To quote: This is a lab work, it works ONLY in LAB. Even though we can go this far, it is almost impossible to make a commercial product.

There is a major problem that can't be resolved, at least for now. It seems DSi did many sanity checks to make sure there is no more fcards.. we will keep researching and good luck to all.

BTW: We assume there are more than one modes on DSi, we still haven't found any way to access the SD card slot in origin DS mode.




 

Rumor: LittleBigPlanet on PSP, BottleRocket Flash Superhero Game

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305w ago - If you subscribe to EGM, and you can look outside and see the mailman approaching your house, there's probably no need to read this story.

However, if you're one of the unlucky folks who hasn't got their hands on the new Watchmen issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly, this story may interest you.

A few days ago, we got the first scoop from 1up about the latest batch of rumors from EGM's mysterious Quartermann. Well those rumors are repeated in the magazine, but there is also a couple new, juicy ones that you can sink your teeth into; the biggest one is, obviously, that the Q-Mann heard from a source that on top of the release of new DLC, the Little Big Planet universe will be further expanded with a new PSP version. In the magazine, he says:

"The LBP universe will also continue to evolve next year with the release of the PSP version: Q-Mann hears it's fantastically ambitious and will further flesh out the PS3 LBP experience."

This would definitely be a shot into the arm of the lagging PSP, which hasn't seen a big release in ages. But who would make this game? Media Molecule? Apparently not, according to Quartermann:

"And what's next for Media Molecule? Suitors are lining up at their door, and we hear they'd like to bring their revolutionary concepts...
 

CNET: PlayStation 3 Firmware 2.50 Flash 9 Update Disappoints

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309w ago - CNET has reported disappointment with the PlayStation 3's Flash 9 support stating that it is not working correctly with some sites.

To quote: Flash 9 should allow the PS3's Web browser to access more sophisticated Web video sites, including Hulu, ABC.com, and our own CNET TV (YouTube worked well enough with the browser's earlier version of Flash).

And, indeed, you can now watch those sites, but it's short of a perfect experience.

We couldn't get Hulu or CNET TV to go full-screen, and had trouble accessing the high-resolution versions of both (Hulu's 480p version was inaccessible, and the CNET TV "HD" stream produced a very low framerate).

What do you think of the latest PS3 firmware update: useful additions, or just an incremental upgrade? Is Hulu access a big deal, or do you use something like PlayOn instead?
 

PlayStation 3 Firmware Update 2.50 adds Flash 9 Support

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310w ago - Slated for release tomorrow, PlayStation 3's upcoming 2.50 firmware includes support for Flash 9 via the console's Web browser alongside various changes.

Eurogamer has also been told that you'll be able to see optional EXIF (exchangeable image file format) information while viewing photos.

And finally for the things that weren't mentioned yesterday, the Y and Z and Q and A keys have been remapped for the German on-screen keyboard. Gut.

Things we already knew about Firmware 2.5:

• Pads and the PS3 itself now have tweakable power-save settings for turning off after a period of inactivity.
• You can tell the PS3 to power down once it's finished downloading or installing content.
• In-game screenshots can be taken in compatible games.
• It enables high-quality mode for the official PS3 Bluetooth headset.
• The Trophy interface has been improved, so you can see you and your friends' progress more easily.
• Friends now have their last login time listed.
• Videos now have a scene search feature.
• There's a button on the PlayStation Store frontpage for redeeming codes.
 
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