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XCM XFPS RateUp Adapter for PS3 arrives!

348w ago - The guys over at www.XCM.cc let us know tonight that their new XCM XFPS RateUp Adapter for PS3 has arrived!

Features include:

  • Compatible with all PS3 games.

  • Compatible with all versions of PS3 (NTSC/US, PAL, NTSC/JAP).

  • Can map the controller button keys to any key of the keyboard.

  • Compatible with 95% of different kinds of mouse and keyboards.

  • High sensitivity, precision and smoothness.

  • Built in Turbo (Auto Fire) functionality.

  • Can adjust the mouse sensitivity from 2 extra wheels, with 16 levels of adjustment for X and Y sensitivity to adapt perfectly to every mouse.


    New Tales of Destiny: Director's Cut trailer for PS2!

    348w ago - Namco Bandai published a new Tales of Destiny: Director's Cut trailer. The game will be released on January 31 in Japan.

    Video in a different language can be seen here.


    Rock Band boosts track sales; song price to increase by end of month

    348w ago - It's another success for the music game genre as Harmonix sells more than 2.5 million downloadable songs from their hit game, Rock Band. This success reminds us of the time when digital music sales were also boosted thanks to Guitar Hero III.

    According to Harmonix and MTV Games, the best selling tracks from Rock Band (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3) are from the Metallica Pack, which features the original versions of "Ride the Lightning", "Blackened," and "And Justice for All."

    Other hit downloads include tracks from The Police, Queens of the Stone Age, David Bowie and Black Sabbath. Paul DeGooyer, MTV Senior VP of home entertainment, music and games, says we'll be able to see album releases "very shortly."

    If you're a fan of Rock Band, you probably have until the end of the month to take advantage of their US$ 0.99 per song price tag. According to DeGooyer, the price will only be available for a limited time and will become US$ 2 by the end of the month.

    PSPCAP32 v1.3.4 Amstrad CPC Emulator update released!

    348w ago - Zx-81 has released an update to his Amstrad CPC emulator for the PSP. Version 1.3.4 includes numerous speed optimizations and bug fixes. The full changelog is detailed below.

    Download: PSPCAP32 v1.3.4 for 3.X CFW / PSPCAP32 v1.3.4 for FW 1.5

    What's new in version 1.3.4:

    - Many optimizations to speed up the emulation, frame rate is now 49 fps at 222Mhz in ultra mode, on CPC startup window. Main modifications:

    . Z-80 part as been rewritten using several hints such as explicit jump tables for instructions decode
    . CRT and sound part has been optimized

    - Auto-fire mode, press RTrigger+X to switch it on/off (useful for games such as defend or die !)
    - Add new hotkeys to setup auto fire speed
    - Bug fix in the low battery watchdog
    - RTrigger/LTrigger keys can be used in the keyboard settings menu to navigate between Normal, LTrigger and RTrigger compose mapping.
    - New "Command" feature in the emulator menu:
    . You have now to choose the command you want to run using arrows.
    - Default Hotkeys can now be set in the keyboard mapping menu (useful to add...

    Blu-Ray crushing rival DVD format in Japan: study

    348w ago - TOKYO (AFP) - Next-generation DVDs are catching on with Japanese consumers, with sales picking up sharply at the end of 2007 and the Blu-Ray format blowing away the rival HD-DVD platform, new figures show.

    In a replay of the VHS-Betamax battle in video cassette tapes in the late 1970s, two different DVD formats are hitting the market offering cinematic quality images and interactive entertainment -- but at a significantly higher price than traditional DVDs.

    A major study of 2,300 electronic stores across Japan found that consumers were increasingly buying the next-generation DVD recorders.

    The proportion of DVD recorders sold that were next-generation rose from 6.1 percent in October to around 20 percent in November and December, said the study by Japan's Business Computer News think tank released Thursday.

    Due to the price difference, next-generation DVDs made up a lucrative 35 percent of the total value of DVD recorder sales in the last two months of 2007, it said.

    Blu-Ray, the format created by Sony Corp., accounted for a crushing 90 percent of next-generation DVD recorder sales in the three-month period, the study said.

    Blu-Ray is used in Sony's PlayStation 3 video-game machine, but the study only looked at living-room DVD recorders.

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