52w ago - This weekend the XCM Team have released a demonstration video of their new XCM FPS Programmer for PS3 with details below.
From their site, to quote: The XCM FPS Programmer for PS3 version allows you to map multi-keys function in one simple click.
Simply map 4-5 buttons together to execute the special function like auto aim, burst, drop aim, drop shot, jump aim, jump shot, quick scope change and many others to any button you like with merely one click to complete this mission. So simple and easy. It's also plug and play device.
The XCM FPS programmer not only can be used on FPS games but on all PS3 games such as the soccer game or other sport game, most of the sport games need complicated skill with fast pressing multi-key technique, it's not easy to play by most sport fans, but via our XCM FPS programmer you can use this complicated skill with ease.
Its designed to work with both XBox 360 wired controller and PS3 controller on the PS3 console.
I do not recommend to try it without a flasher installed and a dump of the flash.
To quote, roughly translated: Hi all, What better than to come back with this kind of news! Our friend and SGK developer releases today the result of hard work. Indeed, in the shadow he worked to bring us a CFW with features interesting and not yet seen the new CFW 4.xx
The basis of this CFW is based on Rogero 4.30 and the 4.21 Rebug CFW which is the most stable and most successful of the moment. He added SGKXMBM + Package Manager for our greatest pleasure. Some files from firmware 4.31 which ensures compatibility for the latest keysets. So you can play your backups favorites without a patch or fix. 4.31 is a spoof includes access to PSN and avoid unintended...
58w ago - Sony Worldwide Studios Art Director Gavin Moore invites fans to venture into Hallowee Ville for Halloween in the new Puppeteer PS3 trailer below!
To quote: Well, it's my favorite time of year again - Halloween, when all the ghosts and ghouls come out to scare the pants off of us for a single dark night. It's also the one night of the year that we can all pig out on candy and sweets and not have to feel guilty. Well, not that guilty.
You all probably know by now my love for Tim Burton and his amazing gothic aesthetic.
This was something that I really had in the back of my mind when creating Puppeteer - dark and creepy but with a great sense of humor. Of course, his work on Nightmare Before Christmas is phenomenal but I also love his short movie Vincent, voiced by Vincent Price.
In the same vein, Puppeteer is packed to the rafters with insane situations and creepy fun, all wrapped around gameplay that will keep you coming back for more.
In Puppeteer, our hero escapes from Castle Gristlestein - the dark and gloomy castle of the Moon Bear King - and sets out on his adventure to retrieve his disembodied head. His extraordinary journey will take him to many...
58w ago - Today the XCM Team is back with some fresh demonstration videos of their new XCM FPS Programmer for use with PS3 and XBox 360 controllers with details below!
From the official site: XCM FPS programmer: This marvelous XBox 360 FPS gear allows you to map multi-keys function in one simple click... with an Usage Manual available as well.
Simply map 4-5 buttons together to execute the special function like auto aim, burst, drop aim, drop shot, jump aim, jump shot, quick scope change and many others to any button you like with merely one click to complete this mission.
So simple and easy. It's also plug and play device. IT DOES NOT NEED TO HAVE ANYTHING MODIFIED ONTO YOUR WIRED XBOX 360 CONTROLLER. The advantage will be always on your side.
Its designed to work with both XBox 360 wired controller and PS3 controller on the XBox 360 console.
Below are some demonstration videos of the XCM FPS Programmer in action!
59w ago - Criterion Games Community Manager Jeremy Chubb has shared details today alongside some video footage on Need for Speed Most Wanted for the PS3 and PS Vita consoles.
To quote: We've been working hard on Need for Speed Most Wanted, our second Need for Speed game after 2011's Hot Pursuit.
I'm pleased to tell you that we've just put the finishing touches on the game, and we're winding up the online servers to take a beating from you guys come launch day - October 30th.
It's a pretty exciting time for PlayStation fans, and we're really excited to be able to talk not just about the PS3 game, but also our first for PS Vita. If you don't know anything about Most Wanted, here's the deal.
The original Most Wanted was our favorite Need for Speed game. We loved the epic cop chases, hot cars, and most of all that unbeatable sensation of fast, reckless driving while on the run from the law.
So after finishing Hot Pursuit, we set out to create a game that brought you all these great elements, but fresh for 2012 and with a little Criterion DNA running through it. That means it had to be about online, friends and competition, with a Most Wanted twist.