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  • 160GB PS3 being used as a test, says Reeves

    Sony Europe boss David Reeves has said that the platform holder aims to utilize the new 160GB PlayStation 3 unit as a means of determining how consumers respond to a higher capacity version of the popular gaming system. Speaking to MCVUK, Reeves commented, "The 160GB is a limited edition tha...

  • Reeves: Home on track with "lots" of third party support

    Speaking during an interview with MCVUK.com, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) President David Reeves again confirmed that PlayStation Home is on track, with the open beta scheduled to launch this fall alongside strong support from third party companies. "It’s completely on tra...

  • Socom Confrontation beta footage leaked

    Gamers who have yet to receive an invite for SOCOM: Confrontation’s online multiplayer beta may want to turn their attention to a mammoth 10 minute video of the game in action to see what they’re missing out on. The first half of the video includes footage of nearly all the customizat...

  • Puzzle Quest, Dead Head Fred to hit PSN

    According to Joystiq, D3 Publisher intends to bring its back catalogue of PSP titles to the PC PlayStation Store. Topping the list from a quality perspective are scintillating Bejeweled/RPG fusion Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords and gruesome action platformer Dead Head Fred. Puzzle Quest ...

  • Intense new BioShock PS3 trailer

    2K Games has just released a new trailer for the upcoming PlayStation 3 version of Bioshock, showcasing explosions, flying corpses, and in-your-face action. BioShock for PS3 will hit stores on October 28, complete with a host of exclusive content, including an all-new Survivor Mode difficulty se...

  • Pachter: PS3 beat Xbox 360 in August

    Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter has posted his latest US hardware estimations ahead of official NPD figures, putting Sony’s PlayStation 3 ahead of Xbox 360 for the month of August 2008. Pachter forecast PS3 sales of 225,000, beating out Microsoft’s competing platform at 200,000...

  • Oddworld creator says consoles are "problem"

    Lorne Lanning, creator of the classic PSone Oddworld games, has criticised consoles for making game development too expensive. "Personally, I think the consoles are a problem," he said in an interview with GameDaily. "Years ago I was excited about consoles, but anything that makes ...

  • Novastrike update hits PSN

    Sony America and Tiki Games have finally got an update out for punishing scrolling PSN shooter Novastrike. The update includes four 'tamed' difficulty modes, trophy support (12 bronze and 4 silver), customisable controls and the option to play your own music in-game from the XMB. Friendly fire is...

  • Tomb Raider: Underworld 'To Kill a God' trailer

    Crystal Dynamics has released a new developer diary discussing the cultural inspirations used for the story behind Tomb Raider: Underworld. In the latest entry to the series, Lara Croft will learn the mythology behind the Norse legends, inspiring her to seek out Thor's Hammer. But when her own pursu...

  • [UPDATE] Leaked Killzone 2 multiplayer beta footage

    It has been rumored that specific PlayStation 3 owners have been receiving invites to the Killzone 2 multiplayer beta, and for at least one lucky soul, it appears to be true. Initially this was leaked onto Gametrailers.com, however, was removed from the site moments later. Now the multiplayer footag...

  • Guitar Hero III snags first full album

    It's been awhile, but Guitar Hero III is finally getting its first full downloadable album. When Metallica releases their newest album, Death Magnetic, worldwide on Friday, it will simultaneously make its way onto the PlayStation Network. Guitar Hero III has also landed an exclusive dual-version of ...

  • Harmonix lowers price of Rock Band bundle in Europe

    When EA announced that the oft-delayed European iteration of Rock Band would cost almost double the price of its North American counterpart, Europeans were not so pleased to say the least. With the PlayStation 3 version scheduled for release around Europe this month, Harmonix has taken it upon itsel...

  • Soldner-X coming to PSN this October

    If you're a fan of side-scrolling shooters, you'll be pleased to know that Soldner-X will be hitting the PlayStation Network this October. Developed by SideQuest Studios, the story follows an anti-hero mercenary/bounty hunter who is on a mission to save Earth from an infection that attacks life orga...

  • EA confirms delay for latest Harry Potter title

    Electronic Arts has confirmed that the upcoming videogame adaptation of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince has been pushed back to Summer 2009 in order to coincide with the release of the movie. The title was originally pencilled in for release this winter; however, in light of the film&rsquo...

  • SOCOM beta experiencing problems

    Sony's Seth Luisi has apologised to thousands of SOCOM fans following some serious issues with the high-profile beta, stating the company hopes to have everything back on track by next weekend at the latest. "These issues are causing abnormal latency, disconnects, long load times, login erro...

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