318w ago - The Eye of Judgment (includes PlayStation Eye Camera) is not your usual videogame. It's really a collectible card game that comes to life on your Playstation 3. So this is not the usual videogame review either.
The Eye of Judgment is a PS3 videogame AND a CCG. But can it capture the best of both worlds?
318w ago - Naughty Dog's Evan Wells stated in a recent interview that Naughty Dog is extremely impressed with the PS3 and wants to bring Jack and Daxter to the next-gen Sony console.
Evan Wells spoke to IGN in a recent interview and he stated that the developer as a whole is extremely impressed with the hardware for the PS3. He also spoke about the future development of the company.
He stated that many people within Naughty Dog are dying to work on a new Jak and Daxter game utilizing the same technology interface that was used in Uncharted.
He stated to IGN, talking about the PS3 hardware, that "I'm more impressed with the hardware the longer we get to work with it. Imagining trying to develop Uncharted without the Blu-ray drive, without the hard drive, or without the Cell processor makes me wonder what kind of game we would have ended up with. It certainly would have required a lot more compromises than I would have been comfortable making. And much like the PS2, I think the longer developers work with the machine, the better the games are going to get. For instance we are only using approximately 1/3 of the processing power of the SPUs on the Cell processor in Uncharted."
When asked about what is coming up for fans from Naughty Dog, he stated "We're all very excited about the technology,...
318w ago - Games, games and more games. (Oh yeah, Blu-ray and Home, too.) This new Sony ad uploaded courtesy of xxBlackCat14xx packs in a lot of info in a short amount of time. According to Kotaku the best part? "It doesn't annoy the crap outta us."
318w ago - Now that there's a multitude of versions and bundles for both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, it's trickier for the general consumer to figure out which to purchase.
The Guardian recently did an analysis of both PS3 and Xbox 360 and has decidedly more positive things to say about Sony's new iteration as compared to Microsoft's.
"So which should you go for? I'll leave the basic Xbox vs. PS3 quandary to you, but as for packages, at £299 the 40GB PlayStation 3 is good value - it'll be rare for you ever to need more than two USB ports. Keep an eye out for retailer bundle deals - most will offer a game or at least a Blu-ray movie or two and for a few extra quid you could get an extra controller as well," recommends The Guardian's Keith Stuart.
"With Xbox 360, the Arcade machine's lack of a hard drive is a big minus for those hoping to use Xbox Live Arcade by downloading more games, plus GTA fans will find themselves having to fork out more than £100 for a hard drive when GTA IV comes along," he concluded.
We can't argue with any of those points. The Elite's 120GB HDD certainly isn't a requirement these days, but not having a hard drive at all in 2007 seems a tad archaic.