169w ago - Today 2K Sports Community Manager Ronnie Singh has shared a video of NBA 2K11 PS3 featuring Michael Jordan and revealing some more PlayStation Move details.
To quote: This year, we decided to blow all the doors off and introduce MICHAEL JORDAN to the 2K Sports family as the cover athlete for NBA 2K11 (in stores everywhere 10/5/2010).
Like most of you basketball fans, Michael Jordan is my idol and synonymous with basketball greatness. You can read about how you will get the chance to relive his career in 10 of his most iconic games in The Jordan Challenge.
In MJ: Creating a Legend, you can put Michael Jordan on any modern team you want! Kobe and MJ on the Lakers? Teaming him with Wade and LeBron on the Heat?
Putting him on the current Bulls with my buddy Derrick Rose? You can build his abilities (the killer instinct that came later in his career over his always brilliant athletic ability) as well as the chemistry with that team in this mode.
But NBA 2K11 also has an exclusive PS3-related feature...
182w ago - Today Ubisoft has announced Michael Jackson: The Game is coming to PS3, XBox 360, PSP, Wii and Nintendo DS this holiday season and will include support for PlayStation Move.
Below is the official press release and screens, as follows:
Publisher Partners with The Estate of Michael Jackson for Ultimate Performance Experience
Los Angeles - June 14, 2010 - Today, UbisoftÂ® announced the development of an interactive performance-based video game, inspired by the legendary King of Pop, Michael Jackson.
The game is family entertainment at its best and will provide an interactive experience that enables players to step into the shoes of Michael Jackson himself and re-live his most iconic performances through their own singing and dancing.
The upcoming game will include the most famous tracks from Michael Jackson's extensive catalogue such as Beat It and Billie Jean, as well as an array of his awe-inspiring dance moves for players to learn and emulate within the game. Additionally, fans will be able to sing along and test their vocal skills while immersed in the performance.
Michael Jackson, one of the most widely beloved entertainers and the most popular global icons of all time, leaves an indelible imprint on popular music and culture. During his extraordinary...
204w ago - Today Sony Computer Entertainment of Japan has announced that This Is It, The Michael Jackson PS3 bundle will be hitting Japan on January 27, 2010.
Priced at ¥33,500 (US$366), the bundle includes a 120GB Hard Disk Drive "Charcoal Black" PS3, a Blu-ray copy of This Is It, a wireless DUALSHOCK 3, a power cord, one AV cable and one USB cable.
According to VG247.com, SCE has no plans to release the bundle in the UK unfortunately.
The PS3 bundle will be released in Japan on January 27, the same day the disk version of This Is It documentary goes on sale in The Land of the Rising Sun. The Blu-ray version of the film includes special vignettes of Thriller and Smooth Criminal as well as a special PS3 wallpaper.
Press Release: SONY COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENT JAPAN TO INTRODUCE PLAYSTATIONÂ®3 BUNDLE PACK FEATURING MICHAEL JACKSON'S THIS IS IT
PlayStationÂ®3 with 120GB Hard Disk Drive and Michael Jackson's THIS IS IT in Blu-ray Disc™ Come in One Box
Tokyo, January 6, 2010 - Sony Computer Entertainment Japan (SCEJ), a division of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. responsible for business operation in Japan, today announced that a "PlayStationÂ®3 'Michael Jackson's...
228w ago - It's no surprise that Michael Jackson had a passion for video games. His Neverland Ranch arcade collection was a testament to this, but he also signed a PlayStation once.
That Michael Jackson signed PlayStation is now for sale on eBay, seemingly authentic in signature by the late King of Pop.
To quote: While the starting bid is not ludicrous, the Buy It Now price on eBay certainly is. The seller is willing to part with it right now for $1.5 million.
It's doubly special, according to the seller, being the 1,000,001st PlayStation to roll off the assembly line. Funny, that somehow sounds a little less believable than the Moonwalker actually scribbling "I Love You, Michael Jackson" on a game console.