275w ago - Per Grace Chen (Senior Manager, PLAYSTATION Store) today:
Hey, everyone. It's time again for the PLAYSTATION Store weekly update.
Qore Digital Magazine
Qore Episode 04: September, 2008 ($2.99 Issue, $24.99 Annual Subscription)
Episode 04 of Qore: Presented by the PLAYSTATION Network explores a number of upcoming games, including LittleBigPlanet, MotorStorm: Pacific Rift and Prince of Persia, it also includes 30-day exclusive access to the MotorStorm: Pacific Rift demo (scheduled to be available 9/11/08), some great artwork and a new mini-game.
File size: 1.54 GB
NFL Head Coach 09 ($49.99)
Brought to you by EA SPORTS, NFL Head Coach 09 gives you the opportunity to make all the decisions that win championships. You can scout players, draft players, sign free agents, chose gameplans, create plays, hire assistant coaches and make all the critical calls to build your favorite franchise into a perennial champion.
ESRB Rated E
File size: 4.84 GB
Add-on Game Content
HAZE Destruction Pack ($9.99)
Discover 7 exclusive multiplayer maps and a totally new team game mode: the Capture and hold mode.
File size: 256 MB
275w ago - Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) has got a new gig up their sleeves. Come October, they will be launching the PlayStation Collection - Power Pack for the PlayStation Portable.
There will be two Collection discs,and will each have three first party published PSN games. There's the PlayStation Network Power Pack, which includes: flOw, Beats, and Syphon Filter: Combat Ops. The other one is called the PlayStation Network Collection: Puzzle Pack, bringing you Go! Lemmings, Go! Sudoku, and Go! Puzzle.
We've yet to hear any word regarding the price of these Power Packs, but we'll be sure to keep you posted on more details as they come along.
[Free] Movement - London: Hats Off
[Free] Movement - London: It's a Wrap!
[Free] Movement - Missing Andy: Under Pressure
[Free] Movement - Missing Andy: Dance
[Free] Movement - Missing Andy Interview
[Free] Movement - Dead Monroe: Sweetheart
[Free] Movement - Dead Monroe: You're No Good For Me
[Free] Movement - Dead Monroe Interview
[Free] Soulcalibur IV - Wallpaper 01
[Free] Soulcalibur IV - Wallpaper 02
[Free] Soulcalibur IV - Wallpaper 03
[Free] Soulcalibur IV - Wallpaper 04
275w ago - Update: According to Play3-Live, two of the main PS Home functions promised since launch may be withdrawn for security reasons... namely, sharing content from your hard drive and music between friends.
We've been informed that PlayStation Home invites are going out. Yes, invites to the extended private BETA that was promised back in early August. An excerpt from the invitation message:
"Thank you for downloading the PLAYSTATION¬®Home Theme! You have been selected to help beta test the next phase of PlayStation¬®Home's evolution.
As a Beta Tester, you will be expected to help shape the PLAYSTATION¬®Home experience by providing feedback and submitting to us any issues you may find. We appreciate your help in making the PLAYSTATION¬®Home experience the best it can be!"
If you weren't fortunate enough to receive an email, the latest...
March 23rd 2007. This was the date that many Europeans had been anxiously awaiting, counting down to the day that they would get their shiny piece of the future. Expecting to find graphics that blew away the competition, and features that left all before it in the dust, many early adopters fired up the latest iteration of the Playstation only to be met with a system that lacked support, and had only a handful of exclusive features.
It is true that on launch day the PS3 did not seem to be the powerhouse, or gamer's choice machine that it promised to be. Despite having great launch titles such as Motorstorm and Resistance, the PS3 was a victim of its own hype, delivering nothing more than a standard console launch with only a handful of killer titles. This was to continue, as time went on the entry 20GB system was axed, leaving the 60GB as the only option for those who wanted to enter the next generation of Playstation, and at £425, it was by no means cheap.
This combination of price, lack of support and only the mere promise of killer apps and a bright future held the PS3 back at the beginning of its lifecycle. Sony believed that they had an ace in the hole however with the inclusion of a Blu-Ray drive and HDD as standard on all...