234w ago - PlayTV Producer Mark Bunting has detailed some updates today on the European PlayStation Blog, including a Product Presentation video.
To quote: For those of you who are new to PlayTV, here is a little bit of background for you: PlayTV is a combination of a USB tuner and software that you install on your PS3 to watch your favourite free-to-air TV channels and listen to your favourite radio stations.
PlayTV works with terrestrial signals, which basically means the stuff that you will pick up with an aerial and not a dish or cable, the signal needs to be digital as this is the new format.
When we first released PlayTV, we enabled Remote Play which allowed you to use PlayTV via a Wi-Fi point anywhere in the world. There are some good instructions on how to do this in the online manual.
Right now, I'm working with the guys from Sony Ericsson to support their new mobile phone, the Aino, which will allow the same remote play functionality that you can get with the PSP. I am lucky enough to have one of these for testing and it's a very nice phone.
It took us longer than expected to make sure that we were compatible with the current set of games on the market but we were very pleased that, on release, we were able...
236w ago - One of Sony's biggest shockers at E3's press conference was Final Fantasy XIV, the next iteration in the online Final Fantasy series to be released exclusively on PlayStation 3 and PC. The new online game takes place in the vast realm of Eorzea.
The official site for Final Fantasy XIV has launched today as well. Screenshots as well as the trailer for the game are currently up on the site.
The game is currently scheduled for a simultaneous global release in 2010 with language support in Japanese, English, French and German.
Press Release: Square Enix Unveils Newest Addition to the FINAL FANTASY series, FINAL FANTASY XIV!
MMORPG Scheduled for Simultaneous Global Release on the PlayStation3 and Windows
LOS ANGELES, California (2nd June 2009) - Today, Square Enix Co., Ltd. (Square Enix), announced that FINAL FANTASY XIV, an all new massively-multiplayer role-playing game (MMORPG), is planned for a simultaneous global release with language support in Japanese, English, French and German.
Adventure begins anew in the vast realm of Eorzea!
More information on FINAL FANTASY XIV can be found at http://www.finalfantasyxiv.com/.
237w ago - Casual mini-games make for nice promotional gimmicks prior to the release of a real game, and Sony Computer Entertainment Europe and SPIL GAMES have teamed up for one such inFamous mini-game.
Press Release: The inFAMOUS Official Mini-Game Launches Exclusively to SPIL Games' Portals
Experience Fierce Action in Official Mini-Game of Upcoming PLAYSTATION¬®3 Title
HILVERSUM, The Netherlands - May 22, 2009
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe and SPIL GAMES, the world's ultimate online game destination, today announced that the official mini-game for the upcoming title, inFAMOUS, will debut exclusively on SPIL GAMES online casual game portals from May 22-29.
Playable directly in the browser window on both PC and Mac computers, the mini-game will showcase the action-adventure gameplay style featured in the hotly anticipated inFAMOUS PLAYSTATION¬®3 game expected to launch in Europe in late May 2009.
In the inFAMOUS mini-game developed by Kerb, players get to extend their inFAMOUS experience through playing this free platform based 2D version of the PS3 title. The plot of the mini-game is based around the game's main character, Cole, navigating his way to a power generator located on the roof of an abandoned...
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