256w ago - Social Media Senior Specialist Chris Morell reports from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas of big news for PlayStation Home.
EA officially announced its plans to launch the EA Sports Complex in the Home Beta this spring, the first Home space from EA. To quote:
For now, take a look at the EA Sports Complex trailer to whet your appetite, and stay tuned for more CES coverage today and throughout the week.
EA and Sony have been hard at work to create a space that both casual and hardcore gamers will enjoy, allowing Home users to play exclusive new EA Sports multiplayer games, meet EA Sports fans, check leaderboards and watch EA Sports trailers.
And better yet, EA is currently working with Sony with further PlayStation Home support, with announcements coming in the future.
282w ago - Update: The Official Web site of Digital Extremes, better known as the developer who brought us Dark Sector but who are also helping in the BioShock port, displays the very same box art. This must at least be confirmation that Home will be out before BioShock releases in October.
On Monday, SpikeTV are set to reveal BioShock PS3 goodness, making us unconventionally excited about what most would call a "port." But hey, one of last year's most critically acclaimed games is meeting an entirely new audience. A glance at the box art reveals another reason for PS3 owners to get excited.
On his very own blog, Geoff Keighly hints at what will be in store for BioShock fans this Monday;
Another game set to debut on the show is BioShock PLAYSTATION 3. Now I know what you're thinking...'why are you guys making a big deal out of a port?' Well I can't spoil the surprise just yet, but let me tell you there is way more to this game than you might think. There have been hints about some "exclusive features" in the game and on Monday night I'll finally reveal the details on Spike - and of course show you the first real gameplay footage from the PS3 version.
So what could this exclusive content be? For a start we know...
319w ago - Nintendo's Wii Sports has swept the board at the 2007 British Academy Video Games Awards in London.
The energetic title took home awards in categories such as gameplay, strategy and simulation, innovation and sports.
The game allows players to compete in onscreen sporting events using the Wii's controller as a tennis racquet, golf club or even bowling ball.
However, the title did not manage to take the coveted best game award which went to Xbox title Bioshock.
The first-person shooter, released in August, is set in an underwater world populated by mutants and mechanical drones. It received acclaim from gamers and the Bafta judges.
The evening ended with Will Wright, creator of The Sims, being awarded a Bafta fellowship in recognition of more than 20 years' work in the industry.
Mr Wright is currently working on the hugely-anticipated life simulation game Spore.