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Championship Manager 2010 Comes to PS3 and PSP Minis

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244w ago - Today Brand Manager Tim Hodges has revealed that Championship Manager 2010 is coming to both PS3 and PSP Minis via PSN.

To quote: It's great to have this opportunity to tell that you that Championship Manager 2010 is coming to minis on PSP and PS3 very soon.

For those of you that aren't familiar with Championship Manager, or Champ Man as it's known to its fans , it's a football management simulator that allows you to take control of any number of teams from the UK, Europe and beyond.

Controlling all aspects from player training, to transfers, squad selection, match day tactics and more, Champ Man 2010 is your chance to prove all your talk down the pub and from the terraces isn't just hot air.

In this updated version for minis players will be able to manage on the move, with teams from England, France and Italy. Players can look forward to comparing themselves to the managerial greats from around the world to see if you have what it takes to manage your team to success whilst keeping the fans, press, board and players happy. It's a tough job, can you do it?

We've been working closely with [Register or Login to view links]to bring Championship Manager 2010 to minis, ensuring that the game has different features to that of the PC game...
 

MAG PS3 Q&A with Zipper Interactive European Product Manager

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245w ago - SCEE's European Product Manager Chris Weatherhead has posted up a MAG PS3 Q&A today on the PlayStation Blog, as follows:

Answers have been provided by the Game's Producer Alan Van Slyke, the Designer Jason Olander, Designer and the Senior Community Manager Jeremy Dunham.

1) How the whole MAG idea was created? It's the final product what you had in mind from the beginning or it has changed?

Alan Van Slyke, Producer: The initial idea for MAG was "battles on a scale never seen before." To have huge air insertions, mortar barrages, and platoons of players fighting for common goals. In this sense the core of the project never changed. Every feature in the game had to pass our filter of, "does this contribute to the sense of scale", and add to the core pillars of what MAG is.

The final product is very much what we had in mind from the beginning. We did strip away a little complexity to provide an experience that's approachable even to casual gamers, but were keenly aware that we needed to retain certain designs (command structure, squad cohesion, squad communication) in place to ensure that a game of this scale wouldn't devolve into complete chaos.

2) Which one was the biggest difficulty you had to face while developing...
 

PlayStation Home Manager Issues a Warning to Members

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283w ago - It appears Sony is cracking down on those who are sharing their PSN identification and password to grant select items in PlayStation Home.

PSN game sharing is also labeled as violating the ToS later in the PS Forum thread (linked above).

Community Manager CydoniaX stated the following:

As many of you are already aware, there are members of our community who are requesting your PSN identification and password to grant select items in Home.

We would like to remind you that the Home staff will never ask you for your password, or any other personal information in Home.

The members of the community doing so are participating in activities that violate our terms of service. This is wrong, illegal, and most definitely NOT OK, and we will be handling these offenses accordingly.

Please be assured that we know who has done what. We know that many of you who participated in this are also some of our most dedicated and enthusiastic Home users and might not have been fully aware of the ramifications of your actions.

That said, appropriate actions will be taken against individuals violating our terms of use.
 

Channel File Manager 2.0 BETA 4 for Nintendo Wii Available

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298w ago - CashMan has released a new version of his Wii aplication wich is a mix of WAD Manager v1.3 and AnyTitle Delater. So it can handle the Wii NAND and / or a "WAD" folder on SD, USB, etc.

Download: [Register or Login to view links]

To quote: Channel File Manager is based on WAD Manager 1.3 and AnyTitle Deleter and allows you to manage your Channels of the Wii Menu.

You can install and uninstall WAD files from storage devices of your choice. The homebrew can also use your Custom IOS.. You must create a folder "wad" at the root of your device (SD Card, SD Gecko or USB device) and put all your WAD files.

If you want to remove a "title" and you do not have the WAD file, please select "Wii NAND" in the choice of device

Whats New?

- Build with libogc 1.7.1
- Build with libfat 1.0.2
- Added SDHC support
- Improvements in USB support
- Added USB 2.0 support (with IOS 202 or IOS 249)
- Changing the system to load Custom IOS :
* Channel File Manager will load the first IOS249
* If IOS249 doesn't exist, it will load the IOS202
* If IOS202 doesn't exist, it will load another IOS
- Added Spanish support (BETA)
- Adding an...
 

Sony Community Manager Explains PlayStation Home Xi Mystery

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300w ago - Earlier today, SilentTigeR let us know HERE that PlayStation Home Xi: The Hub is now available for PS3 users.

Now, PlayStation Home Community Manager CydoniaX has officially explained what Xi is on the PS Blog (linked above) as well as on the official [Register or Login to view links] as follows:

The world's first console-based Alternate Reality Game starts today in PlayStation Home.

Called Xi , the adventure takes place in a series of secret areas in Home - and beyond - changing day by day, week by week, in real time. Anyone with a PLAYSTATION 3 can join in the fun for free.

To discover the mystery of Xi, simply log on to PlayStation Home and look for the graffiti on the wall in the main square.

Find that, and all will be revealed...
 
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