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New Features in Comet Crash on PlayStation Network Detailed

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276w ago - Today Pelfast Producer Jennifer Pourchot has detailed some new Comet Crash features on PlayStation Network.

To quote: We are pleased to announce that some exciting updates are now available in our first patch.

First, you will notice the new Video Record feature. You can now record gameplay videos to the hard drive or upload directly to your YouTube account. Comet Crash games can be incredibly unique, so I'm looking forward to seeing your videos.

In addition, we added country flags to the scoreboard. You'll have to beat your existing score to get a flag up there. Notice that scores with flags stand out amongst the others, so get them while they're hot!

There are a few other changes as well. You can read more details in the [Register or Login to view links].
 

ESRB Rates Final Fantasy Tactics for PlayStation Network

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276w ago - It looks like Final Fantasy VII isn't the only Final Fantasy game coming to the PSone Classics selection on the PlayStation Store.

The [Register or Login to view links] have recently rated Final Fantasy Tactics for the PlayStation 3 and PSP, meaning it's most definitely on its way to the PlayStation Store.

Let's hope with the second Final Fantasy title coming to the PlayStation Store, that there are more to come.

Maybe we'll soon get Final Fantasy IX, Ehrgeiz, Chrono Cross and other Square PSone titles on the PlayStation Store.

More details to come as they are available!
 

PlayStation 3 Compact Racing Wheel to Launch on June 19, 2009

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276w ago - If you've been looking for a Mario Kart style wheel for your PlayStation 3 console... here it is.

The new 4Gamers PS3 wheel takes full advantage of the SixAxis and Dualshock 3 controllers.

According to Accessories4Technology.com, the device will be released in 5 days on the 19th of June 2009.

Features include:

• Enhances gameplay with all driving games that support SixAxis control
• Fully compatible with the PlayStation 3 SixAxis and DualShock 3 wireless controllers
• Allows full access to all wireless controller buttons and functions
• Chrome effect finish with soft rubber grips adding extra confort to gameplay
 

PlayStation Xi Final Videos Available, Hints of PS3 Trophy Room?

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277w ago - A few days ago Sony announced that their PlayStation Home alternate reality mystery dubbed Xi's secret was out.

The article didn't go into much detail due to spoilers, leaving people like myself who don't have the time nor desire to get into Xi wondering what it was all about. Thanks to SKFU, wonder no more!

To quote: You need all fragments to enter the big metal door in the Hub and then you have the choice. Destroy Xi or use Xi, watch the videos below + Jess' final video message.

Download: [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links]

After all the pain to collect all fragments and butterflies you gain 3 in-game trophies which are not even in the normal trophy system. So the thought of Xi to continue is near and if you now go to the manhole on the central plaza you can visit the lounge for people who finished XI. New quests are waiting for you there ;-)

3 trophies at the end of...
 

Rant: Why Do Developers Screw-up PlayStation 3 Games?

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277w ago - We've all heard the excuse before; "The PS3 is too difficult to develop for." One thing Sony's Playstation 3 is well-known for is its powerful hardware, which boasts (among other things) a Blu-ray disc format and a Cell Microprocessor as its CPU.

For those of you that don't know what all that means, all you need to know is that it is very, very powerful.

But while that's all well and good, there's also a downside to it. The PS3 is complex - more complex than every other console currently on the market.

To quote: Some developing companies have had problems developing games for the PS3, and have even gone so far as to not develop for it altogether. In the past, game consoles have had the same problems with game development (the Sega Saturn comes to mind), but is this really the same case with the PS3? No, it's not.

The first thing that we need to take a look at is the multiplatform games. In the past, some games that have been released on multiple platforms haven't always been as good on PS3. Prime examples of this are Madden NFL 08, F.E.A.R, and the infamous [Register or Login to view links], which all suffered from similar issues with framerate, load times, and glitches.

Now look at other games, like Grid, Bioshock, ES:IV Oblivion,...
 
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