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  • PSP gets free Media Manager

    In celebration, possibly, of the fact that my Internet connection appears to have magically fixed itself, Sony has released a new free version of the PlayStation Portable's Media Manager on the PlayStation Store. Good going, chaps. The Media Manager lets you organise your MP3s, photos and so fort...

  • Sony claims half of Japanese software top ten

    According to the latest Media Create figures (courtesy of ChartGet) Sony and Nintendo have split the Japanese software top ten for the period October 13-19 evenly between them. Sony's best-selling contender at number 3 is PlayStation Portable dungeon puzzler Yuusha no Kuse ni Namaikida Or 2, whic...

  • New Star Wars MMO may come to consoles

    BioWare-owned Electronic Arts and LucasArts announced one of the world's worst kept secrets during a press conference yesterday in San Francisco, officially unveiling their new MMO, Star Wars: The Old Republic. Originally believed to be a PC-only title, EA has recently said that the publisher is...

  • PSP Firmware 5.01 to fix download bug

    Following the release of Firmware 5.0 for PlayStation Portable recently, those with memory sticks larger than 8GBs have reported difficulties while downloading from the PlayStation Store. The problem itself boils down to the fact the firmware update is unable to recognize the ample amount of spa...

  • Ubisoft veterans form new studio, Trapdoor

    A new development team has been founded in Montreal, formed by Ubisoft veterans that have worked on titles including Prince of Persia Classic, Splinter Cell, Shaun White's Snowboarding, and the soon to be released Far Cry 2. The new studio has been named Trapdoor, and is currently working on an o...

  • D3 Publisher unveils Coraline for PS2

    D3Publisher announced today that a videogame based on the new Coraline movie - the first-ever stop-motion animated feature to be made in 3-D – from Focus Features and LAIKA, will be released for Sony's PlayStation 2 console. The game will let players take on the role of the adventurous hero...

  • Sony: no plans to fix PSP-3000 screen issues

    You might want to hold your horses if you're thinking of picking up a PSP-3000. According to PSPFanboy, the new model's brighter, crisper screen has been achieved at the cost of a nasty issue whereby ghostly horizontal lines mar areas of high contrast. Both Sony Computer Entertainment (SCEI) and ...

  • First E3 2009 details emerge

    According to Internet reports, next year’s E3 Media and Business Summit is scheduled to take place in early June 2009, with the ESA allegedly hoping to nab an estimated 40,000 attendees for the popular event. News originates from U.S. TV show X-Play, which yesterday claimed that "the ...

  • Max Payne film tops U.S. box office

    20th Century Fox’s movie adaptation of Max Payne has proven to be a success among film goers across the pond, with the film grossing $18 million USD during its opening weekend, topping the U.S. Box Office in the process. Based on Rockstar’s highly successful videogame series, Max Payn...

  • PSP no.2 in Japan, PS3 sales slump

    Media Create has just released Japanese hardware sales charts for the week ending October 12, and Edge Magazine has whisked in with an English translation. It doesn't make for especially pleasant reading, whatever your choice of platform. DS Lite: 31,914 PSP: 23,901 Wii: 22,877 360: 7,763...

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