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PS3 Theme Extractor/Unpacker v0.9 released!

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354w ago - Anoop Menon has updated PS3 Theme Extractor/Unpacker to v0.9 today, with the following changes:

Download: PS3 Theme Extractor v0.9 [Windows] / PS3 Theme Extractor v0.9 SRC [Linux]

12/06/07 -0.9- dragging and dropping a p3t file onto the executable now works in Windows (thx to Matt Endersby for reporting the issue).

In addition, the default extracted path is now extracted.theme filename in the current working directory (which, under Windows, if you drag and drop, is probably Cocuments and SettingsUsername).
 

PlayStation Store Update for December 6, 2007

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354w ago - Hey, everyone. It's time again for the PLAYSTATION Store weekly update.

Downloadable Games:
High Velocity Bowling ($9.99)
Meet the High Velocity Bowlers each with their own unique personality, skill-set, and attributes. High Velocity Bowling uses the SIXAXIS controller to simulate a genuine bowling swing with real lane environments, providing a truly next-gen bowling game. Players will compete to unlock 8 distinctive characters and progress through 8 themed alleys on their way to bowling domination.
File size: 514 MB
ESRB Rated E10+

Add-on Game Content:
Folklore Add-On #1 "The Kidnapped Folk" ($3.99)
This Folklore add-on includes four additional side quests, which take place during the events of the original game, plus an extra Folk to capture and an alternative costume for Ellen.
File size: 73 MB

Folklore Add-On #2 "Bottom of the Sea" ($3.99)
This Folklore add-on includes four additional side quests, which take place during the events of the original game, plus an extra Folk to capture and an alternative costume for Keats.
File size: 91.2 MB

Folklore Add-On Bundle #1 ($5.99)
Get two Folklore Add-Ons for one low price!
This Folkloreā„¢ Add-On Bundle includes- "The Kidnapped Folk" and...
 

Street Fighter IV Unveiled

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354w ago - Numbers are supposed to be impressive, right? Well, it's been 10 years, two hardware generations, and about seventeen thousand rumors since the last pure number Street Fighter came around. And today we have the first ever official details on Street Fighter IV.

We don't blame you if your eyes have already skipped down to the screenshot lower on the page (yes, that's from the game engine). Take your time. But we've got some information as well, so the rest of this is probably worth reading when you get a chance.

Though the screenshot doesn't answer this question outright, we can confirm that the game's graphics are polygonal but the gameplay is strictly 2D. There will be new moves, locations, and gameplay features, while the standard six button control scheme remains. Ryu and Ken return along with Chun-Li and Dhalsim, but beyond that the character roster is a mystery. And then there's the issue of what platform(s) the game will end up on, which at this point Capcom is keeping close to its chest (if you search 1UP's database, you'll find listings for arcade, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions, but those are just guesses based on the graphical quality).

For the full reveal of the game -- including hands-on impressions, a rundown of the new gameplay system, and loads of details on new features --...
 

Unofficial God of War III Teaser

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354w ago - Here's an updated version of my God of War III teaser. I got a lot of helpful feedback on the original and decided to improve it.

I tweaked a lot of the graphics/effects as well added some. You'll also notice the addition of voice overs. Enjoy!



 

Sega Holds Yakuza 3 Press Event In Japan

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354w ago - The company reveals that the highly anticipated sequel will arrive in Japan in March 2008.

The PlayStation 3 exclusive sequel Yakuza 3 will be winging its way onto Japanese store shelves from March 6, 2008, SEGA of Japan announced today during a dedicated press event.

The company also took the time to wet our appetites a little more by revealing a couple of new details on the title, such as the fact the games storyline will be narrated by fellow radio DJ and Pride announcer, Kei Grant. Importers should also take note, as the games price was also nailed down at JYP 7,080 (roughly USD 75)

Fellow Samurai aficionados will also be pleased to know that the games creators are looking to rekindle interest in this seemingly unappreciated period of Japanese history, with Producer Toshihiro Nagoshi stating:

"I personally love Japan, but I've gotten this strange feeling of late, a feeling of loneliness. I wanted to produce something in response to this, so I changed the time frame from the modern period to the historical period."

There's no word on when North America or Europe will see the title (that is, if it's even planned for release in the west, where Yakuza 2 has yet to reach) but details are expected soon.

More as it breaks.
 
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