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Sony Invites LA Fans to Try New Fat Princess PS3 Features

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247w ago - Today Sony Producer Matt Morton of Santa Monica Studio has invited fans in LA to try out some of the new Fat Princess PS3 features.

To quote: We have a very special request for fans of Fat Princess on the PS3 who are living in the Los Angeles / Santa Monica area. We value your input so much that we are looking for a select few to help us test some new features for Fat Princess PS3.

We are looking for people who can give us two hours of their time and let us know what you think. We need people for this Friday, April 2nd in any one of the following sessions:

• Session 1: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
• Session 2: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
• Session 3: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
• Session 4: 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Requirements for the Playtest are as follows:

• Be at least 18 years or older.
• Be willing to sign a Non Disclosure Agreement, because what you will be testing is a BIG Cake-of-a-secret!
• Be familiar with Fat Princess on the PS3.
• Live in the LA area with reliable transportation to the playtest.

Mastery of the game is NOT a requirement!

For your time and valuable input, we will give you a free copy of [Register or Login to view links] for your PS3 enjoyment!

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MAG (Massive Action Game) PS3 BETA Invites Are Going Out!

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280w ago - Interested in playing MAG before it's released? Well, BETA invites for the 256-player online shooter are going out now with the update patch weighing in at 2.3GB on the initial 300MB download.

It appears Sony is planning to start the MAG (Massive Action Game) PS3 BETA soon, as many sites including TheGamerAccess.com (linked above) have reported receiving invites.

The BETA invite makes you take a survey which will decide your placement in the BETA, considering space is "limited".

To quote: I just got an interesting e-mail directly from Sony asking me to register for the MAG Beta. Looks like the beta could start any day folks.
 

StarCraft II BETA Invites for the PC Have Started

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300w ago - Update: It appears that everyone who registers a Battle.net account is automatically entered in to the beta opt-in for StarCraft II Beta. Only random selected members actually get invited though. Regardless, it's a good idea to check your preferences to make sure you are!

With the with the re-launch of Battle.net recently, Blizzard have also started the StarCraft II Beta opt-in program.

Randomly selected account holders of a Battle.net account will get an invitation to join the anticipated Beta.

Shortly after the new version of Battle.net was launched, fans could create accounts, log on and add games to the account for free download whenever they need it.

Some features are not working perfectly for all regions, but the site is live, and some fans reported getting invitations to the StarCraft II closed beta, which has not yet been given a release date.

For everyone interested, further details are available on the [Register or Login to view links] network site.
 

SCEE Sends Out Over 100K PlayStation Home BETA Invites

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317w ago - If you're one of the lucky ones, in your inbox you should receive a PlayStation Home BETA invite to the much-anticipated PS3 Home BETA. This chap has recieved an e-mail as of 5:46 EST, and some should be receiving their invites as we speak, good luck!!!

To quote SCEE community team manager TedTheDog's announcement on the official PlayStation boards:

Last night v1.0 went live in the beta and our existing testers are now up and running with it.

Today, Friday 21st, over a hundred thousand invitations will be sent across the SCEE region and next Thursday the 27th another larger batch of invitations will be sent.

If you are lucky enough to get an invitation then please note there will be load test event on each of the two evenings.

For everyone else Open Beta will not be far behind.
 

Sony to Send PlayStation 3 Home BETA Invites Soon

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319w ago - Sony has already picked "loyal" European community members to join the PlayStation Home BETA, and will send them invites when version 1.0 of the virtual world goes live.

"Your next question is, 'How do you decide who gets picked?' and we had a couple of plans on how that was going to be done and my boss is away so I cant ask him which one he chose (yes, we've picked the names already and no, I'm not going to reveal the list)," said TedTheDog, Home community manager, on the European PlayStation forum.

"I'll let you know what I can, once I find out, but both were broadly based on the concept of loyalty. That's very vague I know, I'll firm up what I can, but don't expect too much detail, it was really complicated last time."

When Home version 1.0 will launch nobody knows, unfortunately, but with American PlayStation 3 owners being invited as we speak, the estimate is soon.

And there's no need to worry if you don't get in, as TedTheDog says open BETA "won't be far behind".
 
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