118w ago - Sony VP of Product Marketing Scott Steinberg has posted up two new videos today in the PS3: It Only Does campaign, this time spotlighting sharp shooting and hard-hitting 3D games featuring Kevin Butler.
To quote: Once in a great while, a game comes along that challenges what we know to be true about certain genres.
Starting next week, the way you play and experience first person shooters will forever change when Killzone 3 and the PlayStation Move sharp shooter make their way to store shelves around North America.
Now, what would a launch as significant as this one be without an instant classic Kevin Butler ad? Better yet, how about we feed that excitement with two new Kevin Butler ads? Boom...
Starting this morning you can catch Kevin Butler and, well, more Kevin Butler, on some of your favorite networks including ESPN, G4 and Comedy Central.
Of course this all leads into next week when you'll finally have your chance to take Killzone 3 home to play...
144w ago - Today we have some new PlayStation Move video footage, including the PS Move shooting peripheral, more Taiwanese Girls, a PS3 Ping Pong Demo, and The Shoot, Sport Champions, and Start The Party PlayStation 3 GamesCom 2010 demos.
For those who missed it, on the boxart of PlayStation Move games, underneath the PlayStation 3 logo banner, a blue bar with white letters indicates when a game supports the PlayStation Move.
When a game can only be played with the PlayStation Move, it will say "PlayStation¬®Move Required".
When a game supports traditional DualShock 3 controls and PlayStation Move controls it will say "PlayStation¬®Move Features".
293w ago - This is sadly becoming an all-too-common occurrence. :/ Below is from the article linked, with more info available as they update it along with some details here too.
A gunman opened fire in a downtown high school on Wednesday, and five people were taken to a hospital, the mayor said.
The suspected shooter, a 14-year-old male student, apparently killed himself after the rampage, police said.
The student identified as the shooter by students at the school had been suspended Monday for fighting, said Charles Blackwell, president of SuccessTech's student-parent organization. School officials said the suspect was not supposed to be at school that day.