Here is What the PlayStation 3's Dress Looks Like

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274w ago - Sony introduced 'Dress' to Japanese PlayStation 3 owners today, the fashion application that allows users to design new clothing and dress up their avatars - for a price, of course. How does it look?

Well, the clothing looks good, considering Sony has partnered with real-life brands like Puma and Beams to give Dress users ready-to-wear goods that are already successful in the real world.

Sony also gives Dress purchasers the option to lay out their own designs using pre-made stencils and assets from PlayStation brands like The Last Guy and Aquanaut's Holiday. There are even a couple of built-in mini-games that will let Dress owners unlock new wearable goods.

It was originally planned to integrate with PlayStation Home, but plans for sharing outfits between the two applications looks like it's still up in the air.
 

Sacred 2: Fallen Angel - New PlayStation 3 Screens Available

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274w ago - Sacred 2: Fallen Angel is an Action RPG with a rich story that takes place in a giant, open-ended and seamless world.

This world contains hundreds of dungeons, treacherous opponents and a variety of challenging quests.

Intelligent enemies, steadily adapting in number and difficulty based on player progress, challenge in heroic single- and multiplayer battles.

With the PC version doing well, all eyes are on the console versions. The PS3 version is slated to release slightly ahead of the Xbox 360 version, and we have the five latest screen shots available today. A few are below, with the rest available from the link at the top of this article for your viewing pleasure.

Enjoy!
 

Sony: PlayStation 3 is Still in the Early Adopter Phase

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274w ago - The PlayStation 3 is "still in its early adopter phase", Sony has claimed, despite the console being out for over two years.

Speaking in an interview with Gamasutra, John Koller, director of hardware marketing at SCEA, said that the kind of person who was interested in the PS3 was "tech-oriented" and that for them, the console's main appeal was its "multi-functionality".

Sony's PS3 has come under fire from a number of analysts in recent months, many of whom have pointed towards its high price as explanation of its current third place sales position behind the Nintendo Wii and the Xbox 360.

Sony, for its part, has continued to resist calls for a price cut, pointing towards the PS3's high-value as a Blu-ray player and powerful games machine.

What do you think about Koller's comments on PS3? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.
 

.hack Brings the World to Sony's PlayStation Portable

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274w ago - Siliconera writes: After two sagas of PlayStation 2 games Namco Bandai is taking the .hack series to the PSP with .hack//Link.

By the title and character art alone this looks like it's based on the manga of the same name.

One thing for sure is the characters are the same. However, the Famitsu photo is too blurry to make out any critical details about the gameplay or the developer.

Hey, maybe .hack//Link is CyberConnect2's mysterious project.

We'll find out for sure on Friday!
 

Video: CES 2009: Killzone 2 for PlayStation 3 Interview

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274w ago - Sony Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein has shared news on a CES 2009: Killzone 2 interview with Hermen Hulst of developer Guerrilla Games today via PS Blog as follows:

By now, I'm sure you've seen some of the overwhelmingly positive impressions of Killzone 2 from the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show.

Shortly after his CES presentation, I tracked down Hermen Hulst, Managing Director and co-founder of KZ2 developer Guerrilla Games. We talked hit response physics, the unusual background of some of the KZ2 team, and that awesome video that was shown. Take a look:





Once again, Killzone 2 hits North American shores on February 27th. Preorder bonuses going on now.
 







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