View Full Version : ONLINE GAMES (COMING SOON)
The games that have been promised to be online when they come out:
- TIMESPLITTERS 3
- BURNOUT 3
If any of you know a game that maybe online please post them here :D
I dont play games online but it seems most games coming out now days are going that route one way or the other.
ps3 Wanna be
Would be nice to see that all games are playable online for all modern consoles.
I aint played any online games yet either!
Here are the supposed 30 upcoming PS2 Online Games, if that helps anyone...
*This is the first ONLINE FIGHTING GAME for the SCEA PS2, I believe*Mortal Kombat Deception
Gran Turismo 4
Burnout 3: Takedown
Hot Shots Golf Fore
Golden Eye: Agent Rogue
Star Wars: Battle Front
Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes the Neighborhood
25 to Life
Battlefield: Modern Combat
Final Fantasy XI Chains of Promathia, expansion
TimeSplitters: Future Perfect
Godzilla: Save the Earth
Colin McRae Rally 2005
Heroes of the Pacific
TOCA Race Driver 2: The Ultimate Racing Simulator
Crash 'N' Burn
Rise of the Kasai
Ghouls 'N Ghosts Online, Capcom game *Why not SF Online for PS2*
Commandos Strike Force
Notorious: Die to Drive
Hope it helps, I think
its good to play online but i think its a most to have broadband
i use the headset thing and its way cool you can talk shit and other stuff
i give it 2 thumbs up
Sony PlayStation 3 launch delayed until August
By: Dusty Stokes
Sony will postpone the scheduled launch for its PlayStation 3 (PS3) game console from this spring until August, as the company is facing several issues with its production plans, especially concerning its inclusion of a Blu-ray Disc drive in the PS3, according to Sony’s Taiwan-based contract manufacturers.
According to Sony’s company spokesperson, although the AACS LA (advanced access content system license administrator) was expected to finalize its copy protection specifications this month, members of the Blu-ray Disc were not satisfied with the level of copy protection and the release of the standard has been postponed.
However, Reuters reported on February 17 that a temporary agreement has been reached, clearing the way for the release of the blue-laser drives. Though a temporary agreement has been reached, backers of the Blu-ray Disc format do not expect products to hit the market until this summer.
Even with specifications for the Blu-ray Disc format being finalized, the high price of the drive will contribute toward Sony delaying its launch. According to a report from Merrill Lynch, the cost of the Blue-ray disc drive will be US$350, while rival Microsoft is currently selling its entire Xbox 360 game console starting from US$399. According to the contract manufacturers, with Microsoft not having to contend with Sony for much of this year, it may launch a version of its Xbox 360 featuring a HD DVD drive for about US$600.
Merrill Lynch put the total BOM (bill of materials) for the PS3 at US$900 initially, and the equity firm added that Sony is facing production issues with the IBM-designed Cell processor and Nvidia-designed graphics processor. Merrill Lynch believes that Sony will not release the PS3 in the US until the end of 2006 or early next year, and it has cut the shipment forecast to 2-3 million units for 2006. In recent media reports, different sources at Sony have been separately quoted as “flatly denying any delay” and “not ruling out a delay.”
According to estimates from Taiwan-based component makers, Microsoft has shipped 3-3.5 million Xbox 360 game consoles since its release, and by the end of this year, shipments should total 11-12 million units.
Even though its does have some similar stuff to Bhav's recent article, it's still got some new juicy pieces. Article live! Great stuff.
I do have some quick points to make. Instead of "will be sch. for August", why not "might be sch. for August" because we have not heard it from the horses mouth. Nothing is official as Sony still has 4 months to work everything out. This whole spur started thanks to the Merill Lynch report. As while a lot of people keep blowing this out of porportions.
Like I said before, Its not officially pushed back. Sony is still sticking by there Spring release.
Alrighty, good point, changed.