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Burnout Paradise PS3 Trophy Update Now Live, Not Retroactive

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304w ago - Criterion Games has released its update for Burnout Paradise on PS3 which adds Trophy support. Dozens of trophy challenges have been added, including awards for both the Cagney and Bike update content.

The only mishap though - especially for such a massive game - is that you'll have to start again to start earning trophies, because none of them are retroactive.

"We had hoped to use this to retroactively award trophies, but we discovered during testing that this is not possible," admitted Criterion.

"If you're familiar with PS3 trophies already, you'll recognise that this works in the same way as all other games that have added trophy support post-release," it added.

A full list of the trophies can be found on the official site.
 

European PSN Update for September 25th, 2008

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304w ago - One of the most exciting updates ever on the European Community. Burnout Paradise reappears with trophies support at €29.99.

Here's the complete list below:

Playable content

PlayStation 3
* WipEout HD full game (£11.99/€17.99)
* Burnout Paradise full game (£24.99/€29.99)
* Mega Man 9 full game (£6.99/€9.99)
* Mercenaries 2 demo
* Beijing 2008 demo
* Mega Man 9 demo

PlayStation Portable
* Burnout Legends full PSP game (£14.99/€19.99)
* Burnout Dominator full PSP game (£17.99/€24.99)

Add-on content

* Buzz! Quiz TV "Video Games" quiz (£3.49/€4.99)
* Rock Band DLC (listed after the break)
* High Stakes Poker add-on 2 (free)

Videos

* PES 2009 trailer
* Valkyria Chronicles trailer
* Ferrari Challenge trailer
* Pure launch trailer
* PAIN Amusement Park: Trauma trailer
* PAIN Amusement Park: Call Da Shot trailer
* Metal Gear Solid 4 trailer

Themes and wallpapers

* Bioshock theme
* Fallout 3 Brotherhood of Steel theme

Rock Band DLC

All that remains pack (£1.69/€2.29)

* "Chiron" (£0.69/€0.99)
 

Aussie LittleBigPlanet Public BETA Signup, Keys Already Gone

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304w ago - Update: Thanks for your interest, but unfortunately Sony has confirmed that all codes are now gone. Congratulations to all those successful entrants, and apologies to those who missed out. The good news is that I'm sure the success of this promotion will ensure Screen Play readers are offered similiar access to upcoming games in future.

Hey guys, I found out that there are 500 keys available for Australians to get into the LBP Public BETA. Good Luck!

From the source: Screen Play readers can get their hands on LittleBigPlanet, the year's most highly anticipated, exciting and innovative PlayStation 3 game, well ahead of the October 23 launch.

Sony Computer Entertainment Australia has generously (and exclusively) supplied Screen Play with codes for 500 lucky readers to access the LittleBigPlanet beta, which runs until October 12.

The PS3 beta software includes the entire first area of LittleBigPlanet - "The Gardens" - plus the Create mode so that you have plenty of time to tinker and experience the fun of making your own crazy creations.

Click here to read the terms and conditions of the trial and to register your PlayStation Network user name to participate.

Only the first 500...
 

PSPHUGO: PC Engine Emulator for PSP v1.0.3 Update out!

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304w ago - Zx-81 has updated his PC-Engine/Turbografx-16 emulator PSPHUGO today. For those who haven't seen previous versions, Hu-Go is a famous emulator of NEC PC Engine console, running on many system such as Linux and Windows.

PSPHugo is a port on PSP of one latest version of Hu-Go.

Download: PSPHUGO v1.0.3 for PSP 4.X CFW / PSPHUGO v1.0.3 for PSP 1.5 FW

What's new in this version:

- Improve global emulation speed
- ISO file support but sound audio track are ignored
- Screen size 320x240 is now supported
(required for games such as R-Type)
- Add two new sound engines : mono (fast 22K or 44K) and
stereo (accurate 22K or 44K).
You may have to reset the game when you change between
mono and stereo, and save states may not work properly.
(few games are now fullspeed using audio mono 22K at 222Mhz)
- Zip rom files are now decompressed in memory (much faster !)
- Bug fix with D-pad (didn't work properly in previous versions)
 

Rugby League 2: World Cup Edition for PlayStation 2 Announced

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304w ago - Home Entertainment Suppliers Pty Ltd (HES) announced today the development of Rugby League 2: World Cup Edition for Sony PlayStation®2, by leading games developer Sidhe Interactive.

The game builds on the highly successful 2005 release of Rugby League 2, bringing updated and new content in time for the 2008 Rugby League World Cup.

Press Release: "Rugby League 2 was a massive success and gamers had been asking for an updated version for a long time," said David Robles, Business Development Manager for HES."By working with Sidhe to deliver a new version of the game, with updated features, and rosters, we're giving the fans what they want on the platform they want it most."

Rugby League 2: World Cup Edition includes a host of features and new updates for Rugby fans including:

- All New World Cup Mode
- Squad and Jersey updates for the 2008 NRL, Super League and World Cup International Teams
- Addition of new NRL franchise the Gold Coast Titans including player likenesses
- Stadia updates and five new stadia including Skilled Park (Gold Coast), Browne Park (Rockhampton, QLD), New Craven Park (UK), Twickenham Stoop (UK) and Stade Gilbert Brutus (France)
- New in-game cut scenes
- New Twilight NRL Grand Final Stadia

Rugby League 2:...
 
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