291w ago - Nigel Kershaw, MotorStorm Pacific Rift's game director, has said that its not too late give feedback on the game so that it can be improved.
Kershaw highlighted the fact the split screen mode was down to the community. If you want to let the team know your thoughts, Kershaw recommends visiting their site evos.net.
To quote: He said: "If you've got something that bothers you in the game, then let us know. Things like split screen are in there because people really wanted it. That's what we want to do. You listen to people and act on it."
He added: "It's (MotorStorm Pacific Rift) getting there but it's never too late. If someone's got a great idea we want them to share it with us."
292w ago - Now in her eighth year of gaming writing, and already a respected name in the computer and console game industry, gaming doyenne Vanessa Morgan has taken up the coveted role of Editor of one of the biggest and most popular gaming magazines in Australia and New Zealand, Official PlayStation¬® Magazine.
We had a chat to Vanessa about what it's like to be the first female Editor of Official PlayStation¬® Magazine, what the coolest part of her job is, what her favourite games are and where she sees the future of PLAYSTATION¬®3.
Read on for the full story from Miss PlayStation herself...
1. How long have you been in the games industry for? How did you get into it?
Eight years. That's way, way, way too many years of playing all the average games that none of the guys wanted to touch for mags like Hyper, PCPP, PSW, Total Gamer, etc. Followed by getting a few breaks with overseas trips to see what was SquareSoft then Nintendo and E3. I then went on to edit the games section for K-Zone, TV hits and share my button mashing experiences in the Sun Herald, The West Australian, The Age, online, radio, TV and everywhere that would help assist with my world domination.
294w ago - European members have recently been venting their frustration at the poor level of service they have been receiving from SCEE and have been asking for a service equal to that provided by SCEA.
The issue has also been brought up by the member on the US Playstation Blog who asked yesterday if the US blog could global.
Jeff Rubenstein, Social Media Manager, replied saying "We know that there are a lot of readers coming here from beyond North America (notably the UK, Oz, Germany, and more). We're in the process of working out how to make sure your needs are addressed. We hear what you're saying."
To quote: Question:
Can you please go global with PlayStation.Blog. The non-existant regional attempts just make it ever more apparent how good you guys are and how you're filling a much needed spot.
Please? For a chocolate heart? Or a bunny? You like bunnies dontcha?
We know that there are a lot of readers coming here from beyond North America (notably the UK, Oz, Germany, and more). We're in the process of working out how to make sure your needs are addressed. We hear what you're saying.
302w ago - Morgan Stanley is the banker representing Electronic Arts in its unsolicited buyout bid for rival game publisher Take-Two, the investment bank confirmed Monday.
While that news alone is no big deal, consider this: Morgan Stanley is also representing Microsoft in its unsolicited buyout offer for Yahoo, which was announced a mere 25 days ago.
That's two megabillion-dollar buyout bids the premier investment banking firm has agreed to handle in the past month. And both have the potential to get mean and nasty, should the target companies kick and scream all the way to the altar.
So, this raises the question regarding Morgan Stanley, lofty fees aside: