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Svensson: Trophy Support Planned for Future Capcom PS3 Titles

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326w ago - Capcom's Christian Svensson has stated that PlayStatiopn 3 trophies are unlikely to be added to current games released due to the cost.

However, according to him Capcom is planning trophy support for future titles.

To quote Sven: There are a few titles released by our US group that we'd like to go back and have trophy support added to, but the bids to do so were cost prohibitive (they'd never make it through a green light process if those costs stand). We've not entirely given up yet though, so you may still see something further down the line.

Because there's some uncertainty, I don't want to say whether you will or won't on what's on that list.

I will say that future titles are planning trophy support across the board on our US developed side and I believe the majority of our Japanese titles are also (I'm just hesitant to commit because I don't have a complete list in front of me).
 

Media Molecule Powers Up the LittleBigPlanet Servers for PS3

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326w ago - As posted on their official Web site (linked above), Media Molecule has stated that they are powering up their LittleBigPlanet servers for PlayStation 3 today for those who managed to get a copy of LittleBigPlanet early.

To quote:

"Cables have been connected, switches have haven flicked and buttons have been pressed. The servers are on, let the sharing commence!

W00t!"

In short, this means online features including the ability to share user-created levels with friends are now accessible. Cool news indeed for eager LBP fans!
 

PSP CXMB v3.3 & HostCore v1.2 Updates for CFW 5.00 M33 out!

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326w ago - PSP Developer Poison has updated both his PlayStation Portable HostCore Plug-In (allows users to access media content located on their PC via PSP) and also his CXMB Plug-In today to include 5.00 M33 Firmware compatibility.

Download: PSP CXMB v3.3 Plug-In / PSP HostCore v1.2 Plug-In

v3.3 Changelog:

+Add 5.0 capability.

v1.2 Changelog:

+Add 5.00m33 support.

According to the author, it's important to note that PSP themes built for previous system software revisions will need to be updated for the new firmware.
 

PS3 Home v1.0 Closed BETA Coming, November Qore has Invites

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326w ago - Sony's Home Community Manager TedTheDog recently replied on the Official PlayStation boards when asked if he could hint on PlayStation Home's launch stating:

"How about "this year" then? Sorry, you dont have too long to wait compared to the length of the project so far, but I know the lack of a date is annoying. If it helps v1.0 is in internal testing and will hit the Closed BETA in the coming weeks as will more testers by invitation."

Additionally, CVG (linked above) is reporting that the November issue of Qore will include invites into the next Home Closed BETA.

To quote: Meanwhile, it has emerged that subscribers of the US-only online PSN magazine, Qore, will get invites into Home next month.

TedTheDog's reply in full: How about "this year" then? Sorry, you dont have too long to wait compared to the length of the project so far, but I know the lack of a date is annoying.

If it helps v1.0 is in internal testing and will hit the closed beta in the coming weeks as will more testers by invitation. Something I mentioned to the BETA testers today is important to remember. 1.0 is a major milestone on our journey...
 

Sony Talks Firmware: What's in Store for PSP and PlayStation 3

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326w ago - Version 5.0 and Version 2.5 of their respective Firmwares gave the PSP and the PS3 some much asked-for features. So what's in store for Sony's PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 3 consoles?

For answers, we turn to Munechika Nishida, who posted his latest Random Tracking column to Impress Watch over the weekend.

This time around, the well-connected technology writer managed to get commentary from Naoya Matsui, Koujiro Umemura, Masaki Takase, and Shinji Noda, all high ranking Sony Computer Entertainment employees directly responsible for firmware and network issues regarding the PS3 and PSP.

The column first recapped some of the major points of the recent firwmare updates, with particular attention given to the inclusion of Flash 9 support in the PS3. This was a heavily requested feature, said Matsui, with Japanese fans hoping to view videos from Nico Nico Video, a Japanese version of YouTube.

Sony has actually been working on Flash 9 support for quite some time -- as far back as late last year. To get it running on the PS3, Sony ended up customizing a separate Flash implementation that was provided to it by Adobe.

For a sense of how computationally intensive some areas of Flash 9 can be, you...
 
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