81w ago - Today Sony's Greg Belloni has officially introduced the Music Unlimited Service for iPhone and iPod Touch users with details below, as follows:
You love the Music Unlimited service because you can access your music across multiple devices - from listening at home on your PS3, at work via the PC app, traveling with PS Vita or your Android tablet.
But you're an iPhone user and you want that all-access pass without bringing along another device.
Well, get ready: the Music Unlimited service app for iPhone and iPod touch is set for release to the Apple App Store this coming Friday, May 25, 2012!
The free app will let you access the Music Unlimited service's cloud library of millions of songs and browse new releases, get recommendations, view top songs and more.
Users of the Music Unlimited service will be able to access their entire library as well as playlists and Basic and Premium channels. You'll find helpful recommendations throughout the app, both on the Home screen and in an artist's Discography, which displays "More Like This" suggestions.
Installing the app is easy:
• On Friday, launch the Apple App Store then type "Music Unlimited" in the search box.
• Tap the "Install" button and provide your iTunes account...
91w ago - CCP Community Manager CmdrWang has introduced some new Dust 514 vehicle roles and characteristics today to fans.
To quote: Since DUST 514 traces its lineage to EVE Online, we wanted to give it the same rich combat environment that EVE Online has when it comes to vehicle classes and roles.
For example, in EVE Online there are ships that share the same hull (and thus the same look) but have very different performance envelopes. This will be true in DUST 514 as well with vehicles that will share the same chassis or hull class but depending on their roles and level of technology, offer very different battlefield characteristics.
Another key aspect that is similar between ships and vehicles is the capacitor. A good way to grasp this concept is to think of capacitors as the energy source that powers everything in a vehicle.
From weapon turrets to repair modules, almost everything that you fit on to your vehicle in DUST 514 will need to draw capacitor points in order to function. Because of the fusion technology that the capacitor is based on, you will never "run out" of capacitors in the long run, since it will always replenish itself over time.
However, as you activate weapons, scanners, ECM and other modules over the...
95w ago - Sony PlayStation Store Manager Mike Kebby has re-introduced the world of Binary Domain on PSN today to fans.
To quote: The Machine Age Has Begun - I'm sure you'll have already heard of SEGA's forthcoming game Binary Domain - from the legendary creator that is Toshihiro Nagoshi - so for most of you this is something of a re-introduction.
For those of you who haven't then please allow me the pleasure of giving you the lowdown on our forthcoming title.
The narrative focus of the game is thus: the world is a much different place in the year 2080 and catastrophic climate changes since the 20th century have forced the major nations of the planet to adapt to new ways of living. Rising sea levels have wreaked havoc on many countries, resulting in new cities being built upward, and on top, of the older ruins of once-great metropolises.
Thankfully, incredible innovations in robotic technology have made these changes easier on humanity. Due to the huge undertaking of rebuilding existing cities, robots were manufactured at an incredibly fast rate in order to relieve a lot of the strain on manual labour supply.
Before people knew it, robots were everywhere and had taken over many of the other difficult and menial tasks that...
96w ago - PlayStation Network Executive Producer Kevin Furuichi has introduced The Tester 3 Premiere Episode 1 today for fans with the video available below.
To quote: The time has finally come: it's premiere day for The Tester 3!
We hope you've enjoyed getting an inside look at this exciting season: we've introduced our diverse group of contestants, panelists, and special guests, provided a sneak peek at the first episode, and gone behind the scenes at the future workplace of the season 3 winner.
To celebrate the start of season 3, we've brought our past two winners of The Tester here to the PlayStation.Blog to talk about their experiences. Both season 1 winner Will Powers (Cyrus) and season 2 winner Matthew Brown (Gaymer) have gone on from their experience on The Tester to full-time careers at Sony. We spoke to both of them recently, and below, they've given us their thoughts on being a part of the show, and where it has taken them.
Here's a look at the first minutes of the season premiere of The Tester 3:
Will Powers, Associate PR Generalist, SCEA
Because of the nature of The Tester, upon winning I was exposed to various media interview requests, all of which had to be...