297w ago - THIS is what ScrewAttack is about: g1s of different races, nationalities, and dialects from all over the world coming together to make one piece of awesomeness because they have one thing in common...
297w ago - Ever since Sony announced that GPS (Global Positioning System) receiver and mapping software for PSP would be available in Japan, PSP fans have been waiting with baited breath that maps for other part of the world would be made available as well. Wait no further... the GPS receiver is now available for sale elsewhere.
Good news to all PSP fans in UK. The Go Explore software and GPS receiver is coming to you. You can now use your PSP as GPS Sat Nav system to navigate around London in 3D. How cool is that?
Here's a review of Go Explore UK/Ireland Edition. Check out the video of Go Explore in action below!
298w ago - SCEA today announced that PS3 and PSP systems along with Burnout Paradise, have been integrated into "Fast Car," the new music video from Grammy-winning Sony BMG artist Wyclef Jean.
The video will be available for download on Playstation Store beginning on March 27 for a limited time.
Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) today announced that PLAYSTATION(R)3 (PS3(TM)) and PSP(R)(PlayStation(R)Portable) systems along with the blockbuster hit game title, Burnout(TM) Paradise, from Criterion Games, an Electronic Arts studio, have been integrated into "Fast Car," the new music video from Grammy-winning Sony BMG artist Wyclef Jean.
In this unique integration, Jean and the video's other characters utilize the PlayStation platforms to drive the video's storyline, as they interact in a surreal world brought to life with footage from Burnout Paradise. The video will be available for download on PLAYSTATION(R)Store beginning on March 27 for a limited time.
"As an artist, Wyclef Jean is a great match for the PlayStation brand, and SCEA is excited about working with him on this music video because it showcases our platforms in an organic way that's relevant to our audience," said Peter Dille, senior vice president,...
298w ago - Recently a group of forum posters uncovered a bunch of unreleased media (more screenshots at the link above) relating to the recently trademarked "Sonic Unleashed" via SEGA's FTP server.
While official details are non-existent at this point, it's believed that Sonic Unleashed will retain the gameplay mechanics of classic Sonic titles with a combination of 2D/3D graphics (aka 2.5D) ala Sonic Rivals, only without the racing sequences.
SEGA has yet to comment on the validity of the leaks, however below is a video courtesy of jeztac33: