LittleBigPlanet at CES 2008: Fire Level Demonstration

327w ago - More videos to check out on Little Big Planet!

Part 1: Brand New Level! See Sackboys die and die again. Watch out for that chili!

Part 2: The ceilings on fire watch out for your fellow Sackboys.


Call of Duty 4 will get updates today, near future

327w ago - This is coming straight from the studio that brought us the PS3 title in question: Call of Duty 4. There have been issues with the PS3 version of the game for a while and some of these issues have been addressed.

More keep creeping up, though. Infinity Ward is on the job, though -- "I'm going to have an update for you in the near future (probably tomorrow) regarding the server issues you may have experienced over the holiday break while attempting to play online in Call of Duty 4 PS3; this update should give you all the background information on the issue and some fixes that should be going into effect."

This was listed yesterday, so if you haven't tried playing today, go ahead and boot up to see if an update is in place. If not, expect it and any subsequent updates regarding recent issues to pop up in the next few days.

PS3 Golf Gadget aims to provide new levels of realism

327w ago - Check out the following golf accessory which reportedly works with the PS3 and PC aimed at bringing extra realism to virtual golf games.

According to V4oLDbOY who shared the video, it's called the Golf Launchpad.

Video below:


9 Minute LittleBigPlanet Demonstration on PS3

327w ago - Here we have a new walk-through of LittleBigPlanet, showing the lovable emotions of a dino "Sackboy", how you can give your creations away as prizes, and the game's community aspect.

LittleBigPlanet is charming. The ability to create your own physics based levels and share them among the Playstation community is an exciting prospect.

In this following Gamespot video you can see the world map where you can share your levels with the Playstation Community. The ease of finding other's levels and the ability to narrow the world map so you can share your creations with particular locations is pretty sweet.

Furthermore, Media Molecule explain how you can give away your creations as a prize. The more intricate the object, the harder you'll want to make your level so only the select few can win it. This takes creating, sharing and playing to another level.

More LittleBigPlanet footage is to come tomorrow, hopefully showing off the "Play" feature of the game.

Video can be seen here!

Conflict: Denied Ops Web site Launched

327w ago - The official Conflict: Denied Ops Web site is now live, offering new details about this first person shooter under development for the PC, PS3 and X360 and due to ship later this year.

Previously known as Crossfire, the game takes place in today's delicately balanced political climate, focusing on two covert field operatives, experts in weapons and military tactics.

Conflict: Denied Ops allows players the freedom to switch seamlessly, at any point, between these two operatives to lay down cover fire, explore different paths through levels, create a distraction or pin down the enemy under crossfire.

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