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Just Cause 2 Video Capture Feature is Exclusive to PlayStation 3

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256w ago - Square Enix London Studios Communications Manager Gareth Ramsey has announced today that Just Cause 2 for PS3 will feature video capture functionality that is exclusive to Sony's PlayStation 3 entertainment system.

To quote: This week we've some fantastic Just Cause 2 news for PlayStation players and not just that it's now only two months until release!

Nope, this week we can reveal that - exclusive to the PS3 - players will be able to capture their favourite moments of mayhem and destruction in Just Cause 2 using a unique, in-built video capture function. Capture, view and share via [Register or Login to view links] your craziest stunts, your most over-the-top grapple kills or your moments of sheer jaw-dropping awesomeness that leave you and your audience lost for words!

If ever there was a game screaming out for video capture, it was Just Cause 2. The freedom given by the game to mess around in the over 1000Km² of game world gives you the power to pull-off some of the most incredible Hollywood-style stunts ever seen in a videogame.

Whether surfing commercial airliners, freefalling from exploding jet fighters into fortified enemy bases or 'grapple jumping' from helicopter to helicopter (you've got to try this!), Just Cause 2 has moments you'll...
 

Rock Band 2 PS3 Software Update, Fan Feature Requests Added

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258w ago - Today Rock Band 2 Lead Designer Dan Teasdale has announced that a new Rock Band 2 PS3 software update is on the way that includes some long-awaited fan feature requests.

To quote: I'm proud to announce that the Rock Band team has finalized a software update for Rock Band 2 on the PlayStation 3 that addresses some common feature requests from our fans.

We've also added some great new functionality that we think you'll be excited to try out when the software update arrives this Thursday.

This update wouldn't be possible without the feedback and suggestions that we receive from everyone in both the [Register or Login to view links] and PlayStation communities. Everybody here at Harmonix takes your [Register or Login to view links] and suggestions to heart, and we wouldn't be able to make our games as awesome as they are without all of the feature requests and feedback that we get from you on a daily basis.

So from all of us here at Harmonix, thank you, and please keep letting us know what you'd like to see in future updates and games!

This update includes:

• "Sort by Stars" in Quickplay. If you hit the "Sort" button on the Song Select screen, you'll come to a brand new sort...
 

UHD: Ultra-High Definition TV to Feature 7680 x 4320 Pixels

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267w ago - This holiday season most will be trying to replace their DVD players with Blu-ray and their nice plasma flatscreens with HDTVs.

However, the industry already is worrying about the market for UHD – Ultra-High Definition.

Apparently, UHD will debut in the next five to 10 years, but is expected to take a long time before it reaches a "critical mass," deemed to be taking up residence in 5 percent of households globally, according to market research firm In-Stat.

To quote: UHD will come in two resolution levels: 7680 x 4320 pixels (8K) and 3840 x 2160 pixels (4K) and provide four to 16 times the resolution of Blu-ray or 1080p high-def. And "22.2 multichannel three-dimensional sound."

In-Stat's study concluded that high resolution digital cinema would drive consumers to UHDTVs so they could experience the same quality on their home television sets and that broadcasters would start providing content in the lower-resolution UHD by 2017 and the high-resolution technology by 2022. The market in Europe is expected to hit 5 percent penetration by 2021 and then zip up to more than 28 percent by 2025.

Ultra HDTV Requirements:

• Ultra HDTV requires 300Mb/second transmissions using a compressed image at 24 FPS, while 60 FPS will require a new compression system...
 

Rumor: Universal Video Recording Feature Coming to XBox 360

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272w ago - It appears as though a developer has already hinted that universal game video recording is officially coming to the Xbox 360 courtesy of Microsoft.

According to Kotaku, this means the type of recording things you see in Halo 3, to quote:

"In a meeting last week with a game developer at the Tokyo Game Show, I asked them if they were planning on trying to incorporate in-game video capture into their title. The type you see in Halo 3.

The answer was interesting and, I believe, accidental.

"We'd love to have video capture in our game, but why work on something that the platform holder is already developing," said the developer, who I'm keeping anonymous to cover for his accidental slip-up.

The idea of a universal, platform-level video capture system for games seems like a good idea, and one that fits in nicely with the plans that Microsoft has for the Xbox 360."
 

Video: Crash Testing Gran Turismo 5's Car Damage Feature

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274w ago - Apart from looking good, Gran Turismo 5 will hold the distinction of being the first game in the series to feature visual damage modelling on Sony's PlayStation 3 console.

The question is, how far will Polyphony Digital let us go in damaging our rides in the game?

If you're itching to find out, check out this video taken by the folks from VG Arabia (linked above) during the Paris Game Festival.

The subtitles are in French so the commentary may be lost on non-French speakers, but the visuals do give us an idea of how extensive the damage can be.

Check out the video below, courtesy of GT5rs via YouTube!




 
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