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How to Upgrade Select PS3 Games to Their PS4 Versions Guide

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49w ago - Social Media Manager Sid Shuman made available a guide today on how to upgrade select PS3 Games to their PS4 versions below.

To quote: As announced during PlayStation's Gamescom press conference, there will be a simple way to upgrade to the PS4 digital version of four select games, for a low discounted price, when you buy the PS3 version of those games.

Here are the full specifics so you're set for November 15th - [Register or Login to view links] for full step-by-step instructions.

Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Watch_Dogs, and Battlefield 4 are the supported titles for this program. When you buy the Blu-ray Disc or digital version of these select PS3 games, for a limited time, you will receive an entitlement to download a PS4 digital copy of the same game from PlayStation Store when it becomes available, at the discounted price of $9.99.

Gamers who purchase a PS3 Blu-ray Disc of these four games will find a code packed into the PS3 version that they can redeem on PlayStation Store. To play the PS4 version of the game when it becomes available, you'll need to insert the original PS3 disc in your PS4 to activate and play the PS4 version, so hang onto that PS3 disc!

Gamers who purchase the digital version of...
 

Progskeet QT Flasher for PS3 Test and Localized Versions Arrive

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155w ago - Following up on their previous guide, this weekend DiGiTaLAnGeL has made available some Progskeet QT Flasher PS3 updates in both NAND Test and Localized versions below.

Download: [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] / ProgSkeet PS3 NOR Downgrade v2 Patcher

To quote: Hi Guys! Today I would like to introduce you the new step in the Progskeet evolution: the “QT” Flasher... The actual public version is a bit “buggy” and difficult to use, and it works well only on Windows XP, as Windows 7 and other OS have compatibility problems with it (some are just crappy things that you can fix with some tricks, while other makes the Flasher crash).

During the last times, the Flasher developer which constantly works on it to improve the stability and the...
 

PS3 USBLD Loader v0.3 RC1 & ModHook Versions Released!

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283w ago - After some time off since his previous release, this weekend Spanish PS3 developer Ifcaro has released two new non-final PS3 USBLD Loader test versions.

They appear to add both increased compatibility and a language/driver file folder (namely, x:/USBLD) as follows:

Download: [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] (Put in folder X: USBLD USBLDLNG.TXT where X is the letter of the usb disk and the setup screen select Import language file. Same thing with X: USBLD USBD . IRX driver for usb)

Rough translation: ATTENTION: This is NOT the final version. It is only a test version and find bugs etc.

The theme ps2load not finished because I realized that uses images ioprp well protected and is not it out XD. So if you test if the games run without requiring ps2load in this version in case.

I leave with you two versions one with and one without modhook, tell if something's modhook improved compatibility (or the worse) or if it does delete.
 

Is Nintendo Ripping Us Off With Wii 'New Play Control' Versions?

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292w ago - In the past we've seen some great examples of games that have been re-released in ways that improve the original, re-working content for a new audience to help spread the word of great games of the past.

However, re-releasing classics no matter how anticipated, is a practice that will always provoke scepticism, especially from an easily remorseful buyer.

After all if you are considering buying a new version of a product that you bought a year ago or even 10 years ago there has to be something there to validate that second purchase whether it's a facelift or just for the kicks of nostalgia.

A few months back Nintendo announced plans to bring some of the heavy weights from its previous effort the Gamecube and enlightening them with the unique Wii interface ala slapping some new controls onto the game and selling games ranging from about four to seven at the budget price of £29.99? Are you kidding me?

Let's go back a few years, as far back as TGS 2005, Nintendo had lifted the lid on their revolutionary controller to the world and behind closed doors were showing the press what the controls really meant for gaming to the extent of taking the opening level of Metroid Prime 2: Echoes and tacking Wii controls on. A good choice, we would have to wait two years until we saw such...
 

PS3 And PSP Versions of UNO Coming to PlayStation Network

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294w ago - The popular card game UNO is getting PS3 and PSP adaptations, courtesy of GameLoft. The two versions will be available on the PlayStation Store. Both versions will be available some time this year.

To quote: Gameloft, a leading developer and publisher of video games for mobile phones and consoles, announced today a worldwide multi-year licensing agreement to develop, publish and distribute the popular card game, UNO.

In addition to the iPhone and iPod versions currently available, UNO will now also be available across mobile phones, PlayStation 3 Network, PlayStation Portable Network, WiiWare and DSi Ware. The game will be available for these platforms in 2009.

"This agreement is the first step towards a long and successful relationship between Mattel, one of the world's premier toy companies and Gameloft, the global leader in video game development," said Michel Guillemot, president, Gameloft. "UNO is one of the most recognized card games in the world and we are excited to extend it beyond mobile and onto a whole host of console executions."

"Gameloft is a one stop shop for quality video game development and they have firmly established their excellence in this industry for years," said Cynthia Neiman, Vice President, Mattel Digital Play. "Gameloft's successful launch...
 
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