293w ago - A free Hot Shots Golf patch is avialable that brings available Stroke and Match Online Play. All you need to do is stick in the Game Disc and go to the online features.
To quote: Stroke and Match Online Play download patch that is making its way around the wired - for FREE! No coupons necessary, no forms to fill, no seminar to attend... it's gratis (free). To take advantage of this very-berry unlimited offer, follow the steps below:
* Insert Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds disc into PS3
* Go to the online features
* Watch the goodness stream into your PS3 from our servers.
* Note: please make sure to have a valid PSN account and to be logged on prior to download.
So what's in the new menu item you ask? First of all, this new Online feature will let you roam about the course as you see fit, taunt other golfers while you wait your turn, and be magically transported back to your spot once it's your turn - - and of course, this new feature will also take advantage of all the HSG rules you've come to love and expect.
Also, we've been really happy to see the crazy avatar combinations you've come up with, so to mix it up a bit, we'll be adding some more items as we move along... but in the meantime, we've thrown in a soccer balls in a couple of...
294w ago - BioWare has announced that Bring Down the Sky, the first piece of downloadable content for the hit video game Mass Effect, will be available for PC gamers to download free of charge when the game launches on May 28 in North America and June 6 across Europe.
In Bring Down the Sky it's up to Commander Shepard and the crew of the Normandy to save the day after a Batarian extremist group hijacks a mobile asteroid station in the Asgard system, setting it on a collision course with the nearby colony world of Terra Nova.
The "fully optimized for the PC" Bring Down the Sky is the first in a series of planned DLC that will expand the Mass Effect story and universe.
In order to access the DLC PC Mass Effect players will need to register on the BioWare community.
300w ago - Bandai Namco Games announced today a free update adds new modes and gameplay fixes for the Japanese version of Tekken 5 Dark Resurrection Online. It includes Dual Shock 3 rumble support and a Pickup Match Mode.
Japanese owners will get the update when they start up the game on March 18th at 1pm, there are no details of an international version yet, but is expected around the same time.
Here's a list of major changes:
* Pickup Match Mode: a mode where you continually face off in one-on-one matches without having to got through a matching room. You can set conditions to search for an opponent, then battle the same opponent repeatedly, or have the computer search for new opponents following each match.
* Dual Shock 3 rumble support
* You can now create and display names for rooms
* Adjustments to allotment of points when winning and losing battles
* "Flag" option added to room creation and searching, allowing you to create and search for rooms that have been flagged with specific conditions
* Players who are waiting for their turn to fight will be alerted via sound effects and rumble when the time has come.
* When Rank Match has been set to off, your win/loss is no longer recorded and you do not earn battle points.
- PAL interlaced. (PAL 576i)
- PAL60 interlaced. (PAL 480i)
- PAL60 progressive. (PAL 480p)
- NTSC interlaced. (NTSC 480i)
- NTSC progressive. (NTSC 480p)
- PAL non interlaced.
- PAL progressive.
- PAL60 non interlaced.
- NTSC non interlaced.
- MPAL interlaced.
- MPAL non interlaced.
- Linux version included.
- Improved Menu.
- Possibility of changing the video ways one by one.
- Search of patterns improved (to solve problems with some games).
1. Extract the "main.dol" from your "SYSFILES" folder from your ISO's second partition.
2. Load the "main.dol into the executable and within a few seconds it will be fully patched.
3. Replace the "main.dol" in your iso with the newly patched version.
Keep in mind this is the first version and there could be bugs. At the moment this only works to convert...
301w ago - Back in December 2007, Microsoft released an HD-DVD emulator toolkit for film studios and disc authoring companies to test out their projects before printing them off to an actual HD-DVD disc.
The piece of kit carried a hefty price tag - $2,999 to be exact. But now? It's free, seeing as HD-DVD is dead and all!
Those inserted in tinkering around with the emulator for learning purposes can send a request for a download link over at Microsoft's Web site.
Refunds will be issued to those who previously had paid for the emulator in full.