237w ago - Update: Complete specs and videos from the June issue of Qore are available on YouTube, but the latter one appears to have been removed.
In the video, Qore host Veronica Belmont discusses the new PSP Go handheld with Sony's John Koller who mentions the handheld (which features 16GB of internal storage, a memory slot for expandable memory and bluetooth) will not replace the current PSP-3000 - they will coexist.
According to Koller, new titles will be revealed for the platform at E3, specifically: a new Metal Gear Solid and Jak & Daxter. Also, expect Sony's E3 briefing to mention Jak & Daxter PSP (announced previously) and Gran Turismo PSP - which has been known since the birth of the platform. Get those bingo cards out, kids!
Images grabbed by the Gaming Console Network confirm PS3's virtual magazine (Qore) made its latest issue available early and revealed the (long-rumored) PSP revision.
As rumors and mockups theorized, the PSP Go in the images features no UMD drive and a sliding screen. It also features a single (and poorly...
250w ago - GamePro is set to unleash the first ever details of MAG for the PS3 in their April 2009 edition. The game is reportedly due out within the 2009 fiscal year.
Additionally, details on the upcoming G.I. Joe the video game (which picks up after the events of the upcoming film G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra) are revealed for the first time including an in-depth look at playable characters, gameplay details, as well as information on the new G.I. Joe graphic novel and animated show.
To quote: Check out this handful of exclusive G.I. Joe screens that reveal what the game looks like in real time.
GamePro's April 2009 cover feature is dedicated to G.I. Joe the video game! The story is loaded with tons of details and screens of not only the game but a new animated series, toys, and graphic novel series.
Get your first taste of the explosive G.I. Joe content below with these first three screens of the game.
253w ago - Similar to what happened not long ago, the dreaded 'Red Ring of Death' (RRoD) issue rears its ugly head back with a vengeance.
Microsoft recently released a mandatory update, which is causing many of the consoles to RRoD. With all of the launch consoles out of warranty, will the new update cause problems for many Xbox 360 owners?
After updating my Xbox 360, I experienced some issues with my console. My console successfully updated but when I went into the XBL Marketplace to download a demo, my system suddenly froze. After rebooting the console, it froze again during the boot-up sequence. I started sweating bullets as flashbacks of last Christmas started dancing around my head.
However, my console came back after I unplugged the power source and let it cool down for a bit. I jumped onto the official Xbox forums to see if anyone else had similar issues and to my surprise, other owners were getting the dreaded RRoD. Unfortunately, it seems that the update is bricking many of the consoles...
253w ago - If you have some extra money left in your gaming budget, you might want to consider buying a copy of the next issue of Game Informer. It takes an in-depth look into one of the most anticipated PS3 titles so far: God of War 3.
The mag's March issue will include exclusive info, art, and screenshots of the final installment of the brutal series. There's also some features on games like Resident Evil 5, Brütal Legend, and GTA 4: The Lost and Damned.
Aside from the meaty stuff found in its pages, the mag's also got a sweet cover showing Kratos being his usual bad-ass self.
Check out how he grabs onto the cyclops' eyelid in the cover shot to the right. Man, that's gotta hurt.