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Video: Datel TiltFX Brings Motion Sensing to PSP Games

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249w ago - Today Codejunkiestv has shared a video of the new Datel [Register or Login to view links] device, which brings motion sensing to commercial games on Sony's PSP console.

Current commercial PSP games that support TiltFX include Need for Speed, Wipeout, Loco Roco and more using FX custom profiles.

The plug-and-play device itself features a 3-axis high resolution MEMS sensor and works on the PSP 1000, 2000 and 3000.

To quote: Tilt FX redefines the way you play, taking your games to the next level with super smooth 3 axis motion control at your fingertips.

Tilt FX works with all games and is perfect for racing games, platform classics, pinball and balance games, replacing the normal direction pad and analog stick with high resolution 'tilt' control, using the 3D movements of your PSP to actually control the game.

Customised FX profiles and stunning effects are also selectable for tons of the latest and greatest games like Wipeout, Loco Roco, F1,Need for Speed and many more. The Tilt FX 'G' sensor snaps into your PSP to provide seamless 3D game control so you can now Feel the Game.

Features:

Tilt FX is the first 3D motion control for the PSP:

• Tilt FX sensor features a 3 axis high resolution MEMS sensor.
 

VIZ Media Brings Monster Exclusively to PlayStation Network

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268w ago - Today VIZ Media has launched Naoki Urasawa's Monster, an animated drama based on the Manga series, to Sony's PlayStation Network video delivery service.

Available exclusively for the PSP and PlayStation 3 systems, episodes 1-6 of the animated series are now available for download for $1.99 each via PSN's VIZ Media Channel page.

Press Release: VIZ MEDIA BRINGS THE DRAMA AND SUSPENSE OF Naoki Urasawa's MONSTER TO THE SONY PLAYSTATION® NETWORK'S VIDEO DELIVERY SERVICE

Animated Drama Based On Critically Acclaimed Manga Series Weaves A Tale of Conspiracy, Political Intrigue and Serial Murder

San Francisco, CA, November 5, 2009 - VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), one of the entertainment industry's most innovative and comprehensive publishing, animation and licensing companies, has launched Naoki Urasawa's MONSTER on the PlayStation®Network video delivery service, available exclusively for PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) and PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3™) entertainment systems. Episodes 1-6 (dubbed) of the animated series are now available for download for $1.99 each via the Network's VIZ Media Channel page.

What would you do if a child you saved grew up to be a monster? An ice-cold killer is on the loose, and Dr. Kenzo Tenma is the only one who can stop him! Tenma,...
 

EA Brings Command & Conquer Red Alert 3 to the PlayStation 3

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309w ago - Command & Conquer Red Alert 3 blends the over-the-top humor and fast, fluid and fun gameplay the series is known for with exciting new innovations for the RTS genre, including fully co-operative, story driven-campaigns and an unprecedented emphasis on naval gameplay.

Press Release: EA Brings Best-Selling RTS Franchise to the PLAYSTATION 3 for the First Time with Command & Conquer Red Alert 3: Ultimate Edition

Red Alert 3 Comes to PS3 This March With a Ton of Extras Including
Exclusive Multiplayer Maps, Over an Hour's Worth of Bonus Videos and More

LOS ANGELES, Jan 21, 2009 (BUSINESS WIRE) - Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:ERTS) announced today that the Command & Conquer(TM) Red Alert(TM) 3: Ultimate Edition will be bringing the best-selling Command & Conquer franchise to the PLAYSTATION(R)3 computer entertainment system for the very first time this March.

The Ultimate Edition includes everything from last year's award-winning release of Command & Conquer(TM) Red Alert(TM) 3, while taking full advantage of the PLAYSTATION 3's Blu-ray disc capacity, offering an extensive array of exclusive bonus content, making the Command & Conquer Red Alert 3: Ultimate Edition the ultimate Red Alert 3 experience and an incredible value for PLAYSTATION 3 gamers.

"Our team has been...
 

.hack Brings the World to Sony's PlayStation Portable

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310w 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 [Register or Login to view links].

We'll find out for sure on Friday!
 

Sony's New Blu-spec Brings Blu-ray to CD Audio

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320w ago - Today Sony Music Entertainment Japan has unveiled a new Blu-spec CD format that promises higher quality audio by using Blu-ray technologies.

Sony will release 60 Blu-spec music CD's (mostly Classical and Jazz albums) on December 24, 2008. Sony also state they are hoping to encourage rival studios like EMI & Universal to support the format.

To quote: Blu-spec uses the blue lasers that would normally master Blu-ray movies to cut CDs more accurately than would be possible with red lasers.

In tandem with the use of polymer plastic for the discs themselves, the format should improve the quality of audio CDs while remaining compatible with existing CD players; the latter has been a weakness of Super Audio CD and other defunct sound formats.

The first Blu-spec discs are due to reach Japan on Christmas Eve and will focus mostly on classical and jazz music, including Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 and Miles Davis' Kind of Blue; 60 titles in all will be available from Sony.

The company is hoping to foster cross-label support from rivals such as EMI and Universal that have developed their own proprietary approaches to CDs.
 
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