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Video: Final Fantasy XIII PS3 E3 Trailer, Doesn't Support 1080p?

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277w ago - For awhile now, 1080p has been a topic of great Internet debate as it relates to the upcoming Final Fantasy XIII.

In fact, one doesn't have to look for too long via Google search to realize that there is still division as to whether FFXIII supports 1080p.

The debate ranges to everything from the usual non-specific 'hell yes' or 'hell no' responses, right through to in-depth technical jargon as to whether it is indeed presented in 1080p native (believed to be the best HD quality) or whether it's merely presented in upscaled 720p format (ala Metal Gear Solid 4).





A little E3 birdy has sent us the word that Final Fantasy XIII may not support 1080p.

Apparently the PS3 demo of FFXIII was not displayed in full screen mode during its showing, which begs the question as to whether it offers full bells and whistles support for the Full HD setting.
 

PlayStation Network Extends Its Video Delivery Service to PSP

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277w ago - PlayStation Store Senior Manager Grace Chen has announced news today that PlayStation Network is extending its Video Delivery Service to the PSP console, as follows:

Beginning today, you can download standard definition movies and tv shows directly to your PSP through PlayStation Network video delivery service.

You can still transfer programs to your PSP via the PS3 or from your PC via Media Go. But now, by accessing the video store directly on your PSP, it's easier than ever to take your favorite entertainment with you on the go.





We're also excited to release a variety of shows from partners such as Showtime Networks, Starz, G4 & E!, Summit Entertainment, The Weinstein Company, HDnet & Magnolia Pictures, Anime Network, Media Blasters, Right Stuf's Nozomi Entertainment, Starz Media's Manga Entertainment, Toei Animation, Viz Media, WEP, UFC, TNA and Video Action Sports - increasing PlayStation Store's library to more than 1900 movies and 9400 TV episodes.

So check out the 9000 hours of new programming... on your PS3 or your PSP!
 

Redbox Expands Into Video Games

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277w ago - Redbox, the automated DVD rental kiosk company, has announced that they have hired their first "senior level videogames executive," and plan to expand into video game rentals this summer.

"Our customers and retail partners have been really clamoring for video games, and Redbox is responding," added Mark Achler, Redbox's new VP of video games.

"We are very actively engaged in putting out a video game offering. There are changing demographics, where we see the casual market continuing to open as more women become involved."

The tricky part now is pricing. Redbox currently offers $1-a-night pricing for its video rentals, but it is almost a guarantee that the same pricing will not be given to video games, which retail for much more than DVDs and Blu-rays.

Achler added that Redbox will offer two types of kiosks; one with only video games and another with both games and movies. There will be titles for the PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii available.

"We think rental really has an opportunity to grow and lift the whole video game sector," noted Achler.
 

Video: Dante's Inferno PSP Q&A with Senior Producer

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277w ago - Sony's Social Media Senior Specialist Chris Morell has shared a Dante's Inferno PSP Q&A with Senior Producer Justin Lambros today via PlayStation Blog.

To quote: Here is a Q&A video for Dante's Inferno, a game that is already looking seriously impressive on the PSP.

Slated for next year, there's quite a ways to go, but Senior Producer Justin Lambros explains how Dante's Inferno is moving past the "port" mentality to deliver a huge console-like experience.

Check out the video for some great first details.




 

Video: G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra E3 Trailer is Now Available

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277w ago - Well thank goodness EA has brought everyone's favorite hero G.I Joe back to your tv screens. What? He's not your favorite hero.. Wait he never blew anything up in his tv show, "Well not anymore."

EA's released the E3 video for Double Helix's G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra.

The trailer below shows G.I Joe taking on Cobra. It's out for Nintendo DS, PS2, PS3, PSP, Wii, and X360 on August 7, alongside the live-action movie of the same name.

The game takes up where the movie leaves off, and comes complete with co-op mode.





Take a look. Go Joe!
 
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