316w ago - From the source linked above: GodzIvan strikes again (after releasing one wire diagrams to Pandorize PSP slim and fat), this time he uploaded a pin-out diagram along with signal info for the flat cable connecting the PS3 Blu-ray drive.
316w ago - Irate PlayStation 3 owners are reporting a host of technical problems with their copies of Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed, writing of frame rate problems, screen tearing, geometry clipping and game-stopping lock ups on the official game forums.
Most reports from those affected by "white screens of death" are writing that they're using firmware 2.0, specifying so at the request of official Ubisoft forum managers. In addition to a thread dedicated to the PS3's freezing issues, a consolidated bug/glitch thread is currently receiving plenty of responses.
Similar postings have appeared on the official PlayStation 3 and Gamespot forums, with a few Kotaku tipsters warning us of the game's graphical and loading glitches. We're waiting to hear further information from Ubisoft, but would urge caution and research for potential Assassin's Creed buyers.
316w ago - The official Rock Band website has finally revealed the last secret songs out of the 58 songs total in Rock Band. We're adding gameplay and music videos for each of these songs, so you can see the complete setlist of soundtracks included in the game. It will first launch in America on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on November 20th, 2007, with the PlayStation 2 version arriving a little later on December 18, 2007. For the other dates, check the worldwide Rock Band releases page.
Rock Band allows gamers to perform music from the world's biggest rock artists with their friends as a virtual band using drum, bass/lead guitar and microphone peripherals, in addition to offering online connectivity. Built on deals with the world's biggest record labels and music publishers, the music featured in Rock Band spans all genres of rock and include many of the master recordings from the biggest songs and artists of all time.
The below list is ordered by song title and followed by band name, with cover versions marked with an asterisk*, songs not marked are master tracks. You'll notice the two link to a video of the song itself or the song being played in Rock Band (depending on availability), each video will pop up in a new window for you to watch when you click on the link. Here's the list including videos for...