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Video: Splinter Cell: Conviction Collector's Edition Hits Europe

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238w ago - Ubisoft just announced a Collector's Edition of the stealth sequel for "all" European, Middle Eastern, Asian, and Pacific territories - and it comes with different stuff than the North American version!

Paying more for a fancier version of Splinter Cell: Conviction is no longer an exclusively North American privilege.

To quote: The rest of the world's Collector's Edition will include the usual steel-book case and soundtrack, and also the distinguished-looking Sam Fisher statue seen above, frozen forever in the act of almost stepping on his night vision goggles.

The pack also includes in-game bonuses like an Infiltration Mode, a special "Shadow Armor" skin, and "early access" to the SC300, SR2 and MP5 weapons.

See the new weapons and the other bonuses in the video below!




 

IBM Announces Cell Processor Development to be Phased Out

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244w ago - Update: [Register or Login to view links] has now received clarification on this from IBM, to quote: "only one CPU development cycle is being 'halted' which is the successor to the current PowerXCell-8i cpu. IBM have said they are planning to work on other CPU's in the Cell Processor 'family'."

Today PlayStationUniversity.com (linked above) is reporting that IBM's Vice President David Turek [Register or Login to view links] that Cell processor development will be phased out.

Apparently the planned 32 SPE Cell processor will not be made, and their current PowerXCell 8i will be the company's last entrance in the technology.

To quote: "The Cell Processor was originally the brain child of 'The Father of PlayStation' Ken Kutaragi. It was later co-developed by Sony, IBM and Toshiba; making its way into the PlayStation 3, TV's and super computers.

So what does this mean for Sony and the PlayStation 4? Will this change with IBM pulling out of their own development?

Not necessarily. Sony can still hire IBM to create a Cell Processor for their next console, without IBM being involved in their own internal development outside of the...
 

PSPgo with Skype Voice Over IP Service Replacing Cell Phones

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249w ago - Many are now turning their Sony PSPgo consoles into a cell phones using the Skype VoIP service, which requires an upgrade in service and a small fee but is free to standard users.

If you're not familiar with Skype, it's a voice over IP service, which allows you to call other Skype users over the Internet.

This is done directly from any PC, or in this case any PSPgo (or PSP) connected to the Internet.

To quote: "Skype offers a number of services; the first is their service that provides unlimited calls to landlines, and mobile phone numbers. The second is a phone number plan, which allows you to have your own personal phone number and access to inbound calls.

To access these features, Skype charges a very small fee. To make unlimited calls to land lines, and mobile phones, there's a monthly fee of $1.95. To get your own personal phone number, the monthly fee is a whopping $7.50.

With these two services, you could send, and receive calls at any Wi-Fi Hotspot around town, and if your in one of the Wi-Fi Zones (states/city that have Wi-Fi everywhere), then that's all you need, and enjoy your monthly phone bill of only $10.25."
 

Sony London: The Getaway 3 & Eight Days for PS3 Not Cancelled

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250w ago - Last year Sony Computer Entertainment announced that it cancelled production on two PlayStation 3 titles in development at the Sony London Studio, namely The Getaway 3 and Eight Days.

Just over a month ago some related video and media from the titles surfaced, and today GameSpot is reporting that The Getaway 3 and Eight Days are not abandoned after all!

To quote from an interview with Sony Studio London's Nicolas Doucet:

"I would not say they have been abandoned, just put to one side. Much work had been done. The studio just wanted to focus on its strengths, EyeToy and SingStar. Given the potential of EyePet, priorities have been changed, but the other projects aren't dead yet. Ultimately, the decision [to put those games to one side] has benefited everyone."

He then goes on to describe that Studio London have one other game in development but gives no details. He describes it as a "different concept".
 

Video: TGS 2009 - Splinter Cell Conviction Release Date & Trailer

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251w ago - At TGS 2009 Ubisoft has announced that Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction will hit the street on February 26, 2010 exclusively for the Xbox 360 console and for Windows PC.

To quote: "Conviction is one of the most highly awarded Xbox 360 game during the E3 event this year.

Combining innovative gameplay features with a high-octane, no-holds barred storyline, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction arms the player with the lethal skills of an elite operative, and invites them into a dangerous world where justice means making your own rules.

An investigation into his daughter's death unwittingly leads former agent Sam Fisher to discover he's been betrayed by his former employer, the Third Echelon. Now a renegade, Fisher finds himself in a race against time to thwart a deadly terrorist plot that threatens millions.





Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction is the latest installment in the Splinter Cell collection series. The series have proven time and time again that it is one of the most critically acclaimed Xbox franchises."
 
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