235w ago - Featuring a collection of new and classic tracks from their multi-million album selling career, SingStar Take That is packed full of those tunes that will tug on your heartstrings and have you delivering the performance of your life.
Grab your Wireless SingStar Microphones and get your mates together for a harmonious performance of uplifting, chart topping single Shine - or serenade your loved one with the heartfelt Back for Good and Could it be Magic.
Press Release: Let it Shine with SingStar Take That!
London, 5th June 2009: Sony Computer Entertainment Europe today announced SingStar¬® Take That is coming to PLAYSTATION¬®3 (PS3™) on Blu-ray Disc and PlayStation 2. Take That fans are in for a treat this year as one of Europe's hottest acts comes to SingStar.
Set to launch late 2009, SingStar Take That will have fans and music lovers singing along to classic pop hits and soulful ballads that span the group's hugely successful career. You can get practising this summer when the Take That SongPack comes to SingStore™, giving you five exclusive tracks so you'll be ready to impress when SingStar Take That arrives later this year!
Whether Take That stole your heart in their early days or won you over with their latest releases, prepare to put on a performance...
236w ago - When I had a look at the Lian Li XB01 case, I was jumping for joy, the case looks pretty badass. It's black, has a load of vents for air to pass through, or as Homer Simpson would say "Speed holes".
Overall at first impression, was very pleased with the design and even install manual they provide. It was very detailed screw by screw. I couldn't wait to get this going.
I should have had a feeling this case was designed by satan himself to bring my Xbox 360 consoles to hell with him, what I was about to place my 360 in wasn't a case to run cool, it was about to be housed in a pizza oven.
As you start to install your Xbox motherboard, you chuckle and laughing in the face of RROD claiming "heat cannot hurt me now!"
Little do you know friends, things are about to heat up.
Once I secured the last screw... I powered this bad boy up... then the bad things started to come through... sort of like that girl you thought was a good idea to date...
Need to charge your controller or like me and the only person known to man with a wired Rock band guitar? Guess what, you need to open a garage door to find the usb plug. Not only Lian Li not think about style with respect to this, but it really takes away from the look of the case. Rather than having a case looking like...
236w ago - For the longest time there has been a distinct difference between PC games and console games. The thought of the 2 merging together was blasphemy to some and ludicrous to others.
As time passed however, the gap between the two has merged closer together with each passing console generation.
In past generations we have been blessed to have an abundant amount of games that varied across both PC and consoles. PC was more focussed towards FPS, RTS and MMO. Consoles were more towards platformers, fighters, JRPG and adventure games.
It was enough to warrant the purchase of a PC and a console if one wanted to experience all that was available. Best of all it pushed PC development in a different direction to console development. While PC devs were working on Half Life 2 console devs were working on Gran Theft Auto. For the gamer this presented an expensive problem, especially if one couldn't afford to buy a PC and a console.
The big difference between PC and consoles is obviously hardware. PC could upgrade its hardware continually, consoles not so. Even without upgrades PC hardware is far superior when compared to console hardware. Games that come out on console and PC, generally, look better on PC thanks to their superior CPU and GPU.
236w ago - Today Nao Zook, the PR/Marketing Coordinator of NIS America, Inc has announced that Cross Edge hit the PS3 console.
To quote: As of today (May 26th), Cross Edge has officially been released!
Cross Edge is a dream-come-true RPG for hardcore gamers. It is the first RPG on PLAYSTATION 3 that has 5 different companies collaborating for one incredible adventure!
You'll see some familiar faces from Darkstalkers (Capcom); Disgaea (Nippon Ichi Software); Ar tonelico (Bandai Namco); Atelier Marie and Mana Khemia 2 (Gust); and Spectral Souls (Idea Factory). And all the characters are playable. Isn't that cool?
You can also collect costumes for all the different characters, and their stats and abilities will change depending on which costume they are wearing.
And when you change costumes on female characters, their appearance will also change! It's really cute! If you are into these characters, Cross Edge is a must-have!
I would also like to talk a bit about the battle system. Cross Edge has a unique hybrid battle system that combines a classic RPG setup with an intuitive grid-based SRPG style.
In battle, a square grid will appear beneath the units, and players can move their characters...