214w ago - Today SCEE announced that the video store will launch "sometime late November," with films being available in both HD and SD.
The initial wave of titles to the store will include Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Hannah Montana: The Movie, Bruno, Angels & Demons, Casino Royale, Crank 2: High Voltage and The Hills Have Eyes.
The video store allows users to download the latest releases straight to their PlayStation 3, and will be available in France, Germany, Spain and the UK from November with other markets to follow in 2010.
Press Release: Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) is excited to announce a 'Must have' list of blockbuster hit films that will be available on the PlayStation Network Video Delivery Service before Christmas.
From action packed thrillers to a little something for the kids, there will be a host of fantastic films that all the family are sure to enjoy, some of which include: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Hannah Montana: The Movie, Bruno, Angels & Demons, Casino Royale, Crank 2: High Voltage and The Hills Have Eyes.
The service will allow movie fans to download the latest releases straight...
225w ago - More than 800 journalists and their laptops packed into E-Werk in Cologne, Germany before the start of GamesCom to hear the latest announcements from Sony Computer Entertainment Europe.
A brand new PlayStation 3 topped the bill, as Kaz Hirai - President and Group CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. joined Andrew House - President and CEO of SCEE - on-stage.
Two-thirds slimmer and lighter than the previous model, it features a 120GB Hard Disk Drive and will be available throughout Europe from September 1, 2009, at the attractive price of €299.
Staying with hardware, it was also revealed that, from November, PSP will be available in two new colours - Turquoise Green and Blossom Pink.
PlayStation Store will expand its range of downloadable content when the PlayStation Network video delivery service comes to the UK, France, Germany and Spain this November - the rest of Europe will follow in 2010.
Partnerships with illustrious studios such as 20th Century Fox, Disney, Paramount Pictures and many more will ensure a stellar line-up of movies available to buy or rent at launch, on both PS3 and PSP, and in either SD or HD.
PSP owners can also look forward to a new section on PlayStation Store. The new Digital Comics service, announced...
228w ago - Yesterday Naughty Dog's Sam Thompsonstated in a Comic-Con 2009 interview that the PS3 Firmware 2.80 update adds more memory.
Today, SCEE has clarified these comments explaining that the Naughty Dog rep apparently got confused due to the Comic-Con excitement.
To quote: "There's no secret in firmware 2.80. Naughty Dog were actually talking about their engine 2.0, but in the ComicCon rush they simply got confused and said 2.80 referring to the latest firmware," SCEE told Gamezine.
Additionally, Naughty Dog community manager Arne Meyer has stated the following on NeoGAF forums:
"This was just a typical blunder with all the info and people coming up to us constantly at the PS booth at San Diego ComicCon.
"He was actually referring to Naughty Dog Engine 2.0 updates we made. We had just been making sure at the event that all the PS3s brought in were on FW 2.80, since that is what that build needed to run on, so I have no doubt it was top of mind."
230w ago - As expected, Sony Europe has demonstrated its PlayStation 3 Motion Controller at the Develop Conference in Brighton... which runs from July 14 to 16, 2009.
At SCEE's coding keynote presentation, the company stressed that the hardware is still a prototype. The PS3 Motion Controller was shown with the same Zelda-style bow and arrow demo seen at E3.
To quote: Sitting in the front row, our impressions of the motion mapping indicate that the system definitely has room for improvement; the spatial accuracy of the pulling back of the bow didn't match the on-screen action precisely, and other wii-like inaccuracies were obvious.
That said, there's plenty of time for SCEE to get it right, and we were lucky to see the controller at all given that it spent the last four days in customs after getting shipped in from the US.
"It can track true 3D, whereever I move it will fully track on every axis," explained SCEE developer services boss Kish Hirani.
In a demo of the archery game shown at E3, SCEE's Colin...