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Video: Video Game Console Destruction, PlayStation 3 Wins

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315w ago - G4TV decided to give the Wii, XBox 360 and PlayStation 3 the beating of their lives in order to see who is the toughest. The XBox 360 managed to find itself knocked out in the very first round, while the PS3 ran out as the eventual winner.

To quote: The Human Wrecking Balls, the Pumphrey brothers, meet up with Blair Herter to give the PS3, XBox 360 and Nintendo Wii the beatings of their lives.

Don't miss the first of episode of Human Wrecking Balls this Wednesday, November 12th at 10:30PM ET. Only on G4.

Video is below, enjoy (if you can)!




 

Rumor: LittleBigPlanet on PSP, BottleRocket Flash Superhero Game

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315w ago - If you subscribe to EGM, and you can look outside and see the mailman approaching your house, there's probably no need to read this story.

However, if you're one of the unlucky folks who hasn't got their hands on the new Watchmen issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly, this story may interest you.

A few days ago, we got the first scoop from 1up about the latest batch of rumors from EGM's mysterious Quartermann. Well those rumors are repeated in the magazine, but there is also a couple new, juicy ones that you can sink your teeth into; the biggest one is, obviously, that the Q-Mann heard from a source that on top of the release of new DLC, the Little Big Planet universe will be further expanded with a new PSP version. In the magazine, he says:

"The LBP universe will also continue to evolve next year with the release of the PSP version: Q-Mann hears it's fantastically ambitious and will further flesh out the PS3 LBP experience."

This would definitely be a shot into the arm of the lagging PSP, which hasn't seen a big release in ages. But who would make this game? Media Molecule? Apparently not, according to Quartermann:

"And what's next for Media Molecule? Suitors are lining up at their door, and we hear they'd like to bring their revolutionary concepts...
 

Microsoft Updates Games for Windows Live Client Interface

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315w ago - With all the attention being paid to the vaunted New Xbox Experience interface that will launch later this month for the Xbox 360, Microsoft quietly updated the Games for Windows - Live client today.

The update doesn't introduce any new functionality, that is planned later on with the release of a desktop client as well as the Games for Windows - Live Marketplace. However, the update does give the GFW - Live client a whole new look that's better suited for PCs.

The previous GFW - Live client didn't make much use of the bigger displays and higher resolutions that many PCs sport. It focused much of the interface in narrow boxes centered in the middle of the screen. The new client stretches across the top of the screen, and it presents more information much more cleanly than before.

Also gone are the Xbox 360 "jelly bean" buttons, the big colored buttons that referred to the buttons on the Xbox 360 controller. Those will appear if you plug an Xbox 360 controller into your PC, but if you don't have one plugged in, the interface defaults to a PC-centric look.

All the existing functionality remains. You can check your friends list to see what your buddies are playing and invite them to games or join one of their games; send message and voice messages, invite others to a private chat,...
 

Square Enix Teases at Bahamut Game, Launch Countdown Page

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315w ago - Square Enix is doing the whole "teaser countdown site" thing again. This time, a new teaser site linked to from the Square Enix official page appears to be counting down to a Monday reveal of a game that has something to do with the word "Bahamut."

The last time Square Enix hosted a countdown page, the world was given the gift of Chrono Trigger DS. That teaser page didn't do too much to hide the identity of the game in question, promising a Nintendo DS title with the initials "CT."

This time, the teaser site, bahamut.jp, makes no mention of a system. As for the name Bahamut, Square Enix does have a long lost Japan-only Super NES strategy RPG called Bahamut Lagoon. Perhaps another revival is on the way?

Of course, this is all speculation. Any guesses? Comment below!
 

Video: Custom PS3 Controller Allows Disabled Gamer to Game On

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315w ago - KitsuneNoYume of the official PS boards (linked above) has shared both pics and a video of his PlayStation 3 'Jack Adaptive' Controller today, which has allowed a disable gamer to game once again.

To quote: Here is my adaptive ps3 controller that I use to play. Please leave questions and feedback! Design by me, and built via BroadenedHorizons.com by Mark Felling, who deserves 75% credit for building. Please let other disabled gamers know about us.

Here is the video as requested:




 
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