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  • Sony on DLC: "Nothing is ever exclusive"

    Speaking at the London Games Festival this week, Sony Computer Entertainment UK Managing Director Ray Maguire has told Videogamer that there's no such thing as exclusive downloadable content. When asked if he had anything to say to PlayStation 3 owners irked by Sony's refusal to secure unique DLC...

  • PS2 becomes "effectively an open platform"

    Speaking to GameDaily at the Casual Connect event in Kiev, Ukraine, Sony Europe's Developer Relations Manager George Bain has revealed that European developers will no longer need content approval to create titles for PlayStation 2. As a consequence, he said, the PS2 "is effectively an open...

  • Treyarch confident they have "best shooter" this Xmas

    Treyarch has boldly claimed that the studio has the best shooter lined up this Christmas in the form of Call of Duty: World at War. “There’s a lot of competition this year, but I feel very strongly we have the best shooter this Christmas,” said Senior Producer, Noah Heller. &ldq...

  • LittleBigPlanet servers pulled to avoid "glitching"

    Those lucky enough to secure a copy of Media Molecule's scrumptious LittleBigPlanet might have noticed that the servers were taken offline earlier this week. Kotaku has been talking to the developer, and has learned that "glitching" is to blame. Here's the key snippet: "Media Mo...

  • 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...

  • Q2 PS3 sales up 86% from last year

    The last few weekly hardware sales charts have been a tad depressing for fans of PlayStation 3, but be not afeared- it seems the console is still doing rather well on the whole. Sony has just announced that sales of the PS3 for the financial period July to September have risen 86 per cent from l...

  • GTi Club+ dated for Europe

    Konami has announced that GTi Club+ for PlayStation Network will be released in PAL territories on December 4. According to reports, the racer will be available for EUR 14.99 and clocks in just north of 330MB. Developed by Sumo Digital, GTi Club+ is an enhanced remake of the original title r...

  • Maguire: PS3 price won't be an issue this Xmas

    Sony UK Managing Director Ray Maguire has dismissed the need for a PlayStation 3 price cut this Christmas, believing the console has a strong enough line-up to see it through the holiday season without the price becoming an issue. "Well the pressure comes from the consumers obviously and so ...

  • iPlayer in works for PS3, says BBC

    The BBC has confirmed that the company currently working on a PlayStation 3 version of its popular iPlayer service. "We're... working on bringing BBC iPlayer to Sony PS3, but we're not quite there yet as the PS3 uses a slightly older version of Flash which doesn't support some of the feature...

  • Dead Space prequel comes to Blu-ray

    The animated prequel to sci fi scare-em-up, Dead Space, has been released today on Blu-ray and DVD. Dead Space: Downfall is set just before the events of the critically acclaimed horror outing, explaining how the ‘Marker’ was found, and what exactly happened on the ship and the planet...

  • Activision confirms Guitar Hero: Metallica

    Activision has confirmed to Gamespot that the next band-specific entry in the Guitar Hero franchise will be based on heavy metal group, Metallica. The game is out sometime next year, according to a teaser trailer hidden away in Guitar Hero World Tour (now doing the rounds on YouTube). Platforms, ...

  • Evolution Studios promises weekly Pacific Rift DLC

    Stung into action, perhaps, by Criterion's marathon run of DLC packs for Burnout Paradise, Evolution Studios has announced it intends to give MotorStorm: Pacific Rift players something new (and possibly free) to chow on every week. That's according to a post on the U.S. PlayStation Blog by Game D...

  • Sony: "plenty of space" in market for competition

    Speaking to Videogamer (among many others) at the London Games Festival's Gamer 3.0 Conference yesterday, Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios Vice President Jamie MacDonald has insisted his employer is "incredibly well positioned" in the social gaming space. "I wouldn't s...

  • UK Quantum of Solace Collector's Edition unveiled

    UK high street retailer Gamestation has detailed the contents of its forthcoming Quantum of Solace videogame Collector’s Edition pack for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Set to retail for approximately GBP 49.99, the Collector’s Edition release contains the following items: Xbox 360: ...

  • LittleBigPlanet servers online, preorder codes functional

    If you've already got your hands on the lovable LittleBigPlanet you should be pleased to know that the game's servers are now online. Community levels, including content from the beta, can now be played, and your own personal creations can be uploaded to the LittleBigPlanet globe. Meanwhile, thos...

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