294w ago - SCEE are offering refunds to those who bought the wrong version of the Region-locked Variety Map Pack.
SCEE say they have updated their call centers on how to handle this and they hope this "clarifies the steps that SCEE are taking to ensure the consumer has a successful and enjoyable experience with the map packs."
To quote: The Store has been updated so that each product states which BLES code it works with.
Furthermore, the forums have been updated to explain how the download works. The call centres have also been updated about how to handle this.
The Store team are refunding those who have the wrong match.
I hope this clarifies the steps that SCEE are taking to ensure the consumer has a successful and enjoyable experience with the map packs.
294w ago - Alright, so we already pretty much knew that Grand Theft Auto IV PS3 bundle was coming thanks to various retailers, but Sony Computer Entertainment Europe finally made it official today. Scheduled to hit on April 29 for 439 Euro, the bundle will include a copy of GTA IV, a 40 GB PS3, and a SIXAXIS (no DualShock 3 - sorry Europe).
SCEA has no plans at the moment to release a similar bundle package in North America.
Press Release: Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) Confirms Official Grand Theft Auto¬® IV bundle
Grand Theft Auto¬® IV to be bundled with 40GB PLAYSTATION¬®3
April 23rd 2008: Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) today confirmed the release of an official Grand Theft Auto IV bundle exclusively for PLAYSTATION¬®3 (PS3™).The bundle, available on April 29, 2008, will consist of a PLAYSTATION¬®3 40GB model, a SIXAXIS™ wireless controller and a copy of Grand Theft Auto IV, the latest title in the genre-defining Grand Theft Auto franchise, all for just €439 (RRP).
"We are delighted to offer the millions of PS3 and GTA fans the ultimate gaming package," said David Reeves, President, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe.
Grand Theft Auto IV (GTA IV) is the eleventh, upcoming installment of the best-selling Grand Theft Auto video game...
299w ago - Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has issued a statement in response to the leaked memo that revealed release dates for a number of upcoming PlayStation Network releases, including Home.
To quote: Internal working documents naturally have proposed dates against titles, but these change frequently and dates are not confirmed until issued as part of a press release or formal announcement.
The same applies to titles of games, which may be working titles or placeholders subject to later confirmation. As a result, no weight should be given to titles or dates that appear in this document, other than to those which have already been formally confirmed.
In summary, the list is indeed real, but the dates on it are subject to change. :P