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UnOfficial gpSP Kai v3.2 Test 08 for PSP released!

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354w ago - Takka has updated his unofficial GBA Emulator port for PSP today with the following changes:

Download: UnOfficial gpSP Kai v3.2 Test 08 for PSP

v3.2 Test 8 Changelog:

- TV output around the adjustment is almost finished
- Changes in Menu switching to a slightly faster
- When you start switching to the TV screen to correct mistakes
- Key Map load / save to correct mistakes
- TV output parameters for a full-scale adjustment
- Screen_flip () a little faster
- Kernel mode is set to remove all build
- C core part emulated remove all
- Cpu_threaded.c to integrate cpu.c
- Savestate related to the consolidation of macro
- TV output / ratio16: 9 / zoom when to change settings
- Ratio16: 9 in the TV output is up and down to create a mourning because the resolution is ratio4: 3RIMASU
 

PS3 Exclusive Haze IS Coming This Year... in December

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354w ago - Back at E3, Sony spent a lot of time hyping up two big third-party PlayStation 3 exclusives for this fall: Unreal Tournament III and Haze.

Unreal Tournament III has slipped into 2008 according to Midway (or late December according to Epic), so that begs the question: What about Haze? At one point it was set for release in November, but now EB Games is reporting a launch in early December, with a December 4th release date.

Sources close to Ubisoft tell me that the game is indeed coming this year (although I'm hearing December 11th), so it looks like Sony will at least get one third-party exclusive out the door. Still, I bet the house that Ken Kutaragi built is kicking itself that it didn't lock up Assassin's Creed as a PS3 exclusive, especially with early review scores like a 9.5 from Game Informer. (I've played the game but my thoughts can't be posted until Tuesday morning.
 

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Categorically Denies Rumors of High Failure Rate of 40GB PS3

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354w ago - Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) can categorically deny that there is a 40% failure rate on the newly release 40GB PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3) as has been reported on a Dutch website. Having launched in October, the 40GB PS3 has encountered the same industry leading, very low failure rates, comparable to the low level failure rates of the 60GB PS3.

"We are very proud of the quality and reliability of PLAYSTATION 3 and are disappointed that such extremely sloppy journalism has resulted in this totally inaccurate story," said David Reeves, President, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. "Since launching the 40GB PS3, we have experienced a fantastic jump in sales and the failure rates have remained at the very low level that we not only strive for, but have been achieving since the launch of PS3."
 

PS3 development was easy, says COD4 developer

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354w ago - It's been a common excuse for underwhelming early PS3 releases, but according to Infinity Ward, the developer of the Call of Duty series, developing the game on the PlayStation 3 was easy.

Many a developer has moaned at the complexity of the code behind sony's next-gen console, but there were no problems for Infinity Ward as they worked on the newly released Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.

They put their success down to the fact that they do not dedicated more energy to one platform - and in fact spread out resources and split up teams to work on the game across the different platforms.

Prioritising one console over the other has resulted in many games being released earlier on one console, and later on another - with the PS3 release of certain games often coming after the Xbox 360 release.

The developer stated, "There's obviously some problem with all the delays we're witnessing. I think it's just down to allocation of resources. I think maybe people feel that they're resource strapped and feel a little bit more comfortable working on the Xbox 360 as it's been out a little longer [than the PS3]."

"We haven't had any problems [with PS3] and that's probably because of our development philosophy. We develop content-agnostic so we don't have a lead...
 

Final pictures of XCM E-Setter for PS3 and video!

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354w ago - XCM.cc has released final pictures of their new E-Setter for PS3 today! It is designed for PS3 owners who may have two or more TV displays at home and is said to eliminate the need to set the output resolution on each display which can take quite a bit of time on the PS3 if you are a frequent mover.

The E-Setter will easily set up the output resolution via the touch of a button so you can get the desired set-up on any of your displays in seconds. Those interested can check out a video, and some additional specs/info is below:

Function and features:

  • Resolution output keys- pre-set for 480i, 480P, 720P, 1080i, 1080P, and HDMI Auto
  • Output selection including: HDMI, YUV, RGB, AV
  • USB plug and play
  • Can reset screen picture when no picture is available
  • Support hardware upgrade, support different versions of consoles
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