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Take-Two: No GTA IV glitches whatsoever in Video Interview

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342w ago - The controversial fourth version in the series hit stores a week ago, with Strauss Zelnick, ZelnickMedia, Take-Two Interactive chairman and CNBC's Michelle Caruso Cabrera.

When asked if there are any glitches in the game, Zelnick nervously smiled and replied - "No, No, No, uh, none whatsoever. The only issue is someone came up to me in a restaurant and said my thumbs are hurting from the weekend.."

Video is HERE courtesy of CNBC!
 

Add HAZE to the Sub-HD Generation

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342w ago - As seems to be the norm this console generation, not all games can hit that elusive 720p HD resolution. First Halo 3, then GTA4 (PS3) and now the PS3 exclusive Haze.

As previously reported, a demo of Haze can be found on the Playstation Store, supporting 4 player co-op. Graphically it's solid, but what's most impressive is that it runs silky smooth. It runs at a locked 30fps, and even with a host of foliage and enemies on screen - it never dips.

Though there are more impressive looking games on the PS3, it's with Haze's gameplay and story that show off its true colours. (More on this in our upcoming preview of both the four player co-op and multiplayer modes.) Nonetheless, for Free Radical to achieve a solid PS3 engine with no loading throughout the game, they've had to make some concessions.

Qua51 of Beyond3d now confirms Haze's resolution to be 1024by576 with no anti-aliasing. That is, going by the demo, and there's yet to be a difference in resolution from a game's demo to its final release. At the end of the day, this is something we're going to have to get used to. If developers find they can put the saved power into a solid framerate, or better graphics - then should we really be complaining?

When we visited Free Radical at Sony's 3 Rooms earlier...
 

Uncharted: Drake's Fortune Casting Call

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342w ago - Welcome Ladies and Gents, to another edition of Casting Call. This week we take a look at one of the PS3's true gems, Uncharted: Drake's Fortune.

Now with three Tomb Raider movies, two National Treasures, three Indiana Jones movies, the new one on the way and a bunch of movies starring Michael Douglas, who the hell needs another treasure hunting movie? We do dammit!

As if we could ever get enough of them. Uncharted follows the adventure of Nathan Drake, who is accompanied by his friend Victor "Sully" Sullivan and a journalist name Elena Fisher (in the hopes of filming the a blockbusting documentary).

When coordinates inscribed on a family ring lead Nathan to the coffin of his ancestor, Sir Francis Drake, the famous pirate, he finds a diary that points him to the fabled city of El Dorado. Action, explosions and adventure ensues.

So then, a great plot for a movie.

The Cast:

1. Nathan Drake - Nathan Fillion

Many fans of the series believe that Naughty Dog just don't want to admit that they modeled the game's hero after Nathan Fillion. Heck, they even share first names!

Nathan Fillion is one of those actors who you recognise but just can't remember where you've seen him. If you are one of those people, let me help...
 

Another GD 2008 Video: Motorstorm 2 Gameplay!

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342w ago - Lots of new video footage is making it's way to the Internet today courtesy of Sony's GD 2008!

Snoopers just finished uploading this gameplay video of Motorstorm: Pacific Rift, straight from the Gamer's Day showfloor.

Check it out below PS3 fans... Enjoy!



 

PlayTV to launch in Europe in September for 99 Euros

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342w ago - SCEE announced today that PlayTV will launch in Europe this September for 99 Euros which converts to about GBP 80/USD 154.

PlayTV will allow users to watch, pause and record live TV from a huge range of free channels, PlayTV lets you record a programme whilst watching another, record an entire series at the touch of a button or watch programmes on the go via Remote Play on PSP.

To quote: Watch, pause and record live TV on your PLAYSTATION 3 with PlayTV.

At Games Convention in Leipzig, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe announced the introduction of PlayTV that allows you to watch, pause and record digital TV when connected to your PLAYSTATION 3. PlayTV will be available in UK, France, Italy, Germany and Spain early in 2008, with other PAL territories to follow in due course.

Channel hopper

With the ability to watch, pause and record live TV from a huge range of free channels, PlayTV lets you record a programme whilst watching another, record an entire series at the touch of a button or watch programmes on the go via Remote Play on PSP (PlayStation Portable). The seamless PSP connectivity allows you to set recordings, watch live and recorded TV programmes remotely on the PSP via a wireless connection (using Remote Play feature) - or you can transfer video files to your...
 
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