By now you should have heard about the first downloadable content to arrive for the biggest PS3 title to release so far this year â€“ Thatâ€™s right, the Killzone 2 Steel and Titanium pack.
Well Sony have given updated details on the North American PlayStation.Blog about the content, specifically when we will see it.
David Reeves, CEO of SCEE, is to step down at the end of April after first joining the company in 1995.
As of May the 1st, Andrew House who has taken the role of Chief Marketing Officer at Sony since 2005 will acquire Reevesâ€™ role. He has been with the corporation since 1990.
Jeff Rubenstein from the US PlayStation Blog has posted a little lease about Killzone 2 DLC. No, he hasnâ€™t given any details at all, apart from one thingâ€¦
If you fancy a long night, and you live in North America, tune in to GameTrailers TV on Spike tonight at 12:30am at your local time.
Welcome back to another weekly analysis of the goings on in PlayStation Home. This week we talk about new stores, new spaces, the 1.2 patch, and much more.
But first, we will talk about â€˜Picture Framesâ€™. A few weeks ago, Sony Computer Entertainment America announced that, amongst other things, picture frames are in the works.
Back in February we found out that Prototype, the action adventure game set in the open world of New York, and being developed by Radical Entertainment, was due for June 2009 after initially getting delayed from its original release date in 2008.
Now Radical Entertainment is back to announce specific dates for this unique game.
Firmware updates have become an integral part of the PlayStation 3 experience, with new ones coming in every three months on average.
So what do we think of the latest firmware (2.70) and the new additions it brings to the system?
You know what they always say: Why do buses always come in threes? Well you could say that MAG (Massive Action Game) is just like buses â€“ We wait nearly a year for more information about MAG, and then 3 pieces of news come at once, in the space of just 4 days.
Tony Iuppa, from Zipper Interactive, has been speaking to NowGamer who are behind the Play magazines in the UK…
Wow, you guys are signing your hearts out! Sony have announced to Eurogamer that nearly 100,000 SingStar videos have been uploaded online, thatâ€™s 96,000 to be exact.
We hope you like statistics because we got moreâ€¦
Dan, The European Home Business Manager, has spoken out about the criticism from gamers in the region about the variation that Europe receives when compared to North America.
Users have also criticised the service in general as a waste of time and resources. So what did he have to say? Keep reading…
Last week we said that PlayTV is getting a new patch that adds new features including an SD upscaler, skip the menu system to go straight to watching TV, and allowing you to adjust the volume on the Blu-ray remote.
Well the patch has now been released today! The update will take the software version of the PlayTV device to v1.10.
TedTheDog, Home Community Manager from the Official European PlayStation Forums, has informed gamers that Home update version 1.20 will be delayed.
On Thursday we informed you that the update for PlayStation Home was due this Thursday, however, you may have to wait around two weeks before it lands onto PS3s worldwide…
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has appointed Target Entertainment to take the job of transferring some of PlayStationâ€™s biggest brands into consumer products.
Fancy a Sackboy teddy? How about a Ratchet and Clank pencil case? Or a Warhawk remote control plane? Keep readingâ€¦
Activision exec Simon Wells has high hopes for Modern Warfare 2. After all, Infinity Ward worked on the first game back when it carried the Call of Duty name; one of the most popular and well-known franchises in the video game industry – so why shouldn’t he?
But he isnâ€™t going to settle for simply being the best selling game of the year! He has his eyes set on the podium for the best selling gameâ€¦ of all time!
SCEA Marketing manager John Koller has spoken to VG247 about MAG, the game currently billed for the end of this year.
MAG, which is a massive online battle game, was announced at the climax of Sonyâ€™s E3 conference last year. Little has been revealed about the game since, however, Sony appears to be starting to finally talk more about the title to the public.
The Homerun returns for another week. So what is new this week we hear you ask? Well inside of Home itâ€™s all been about Xi.
On Monday, a brand new space was opened as part of the Alternate Reality Game. Alpha Zone One delivers gamers the chance to beat the clock by completing mini-arcade games within six minutes.
The digital switchover is starting to roll out across many regions in the UK, so what better time for the popular Digital TV adapter for the PS3 to receive a brand new feature-filled update.
PlayTV is currently only available in a select number of countries within the PAL market, and not only does it allow you to watch programmes, you can record them too and even stream content to your PSP.
The first downloadable pack for Call of Duty: World at War, which launched on the 19th of March from the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live, was downloaded 1 million times over the first weekend following the pack releasing across both platforms.
David Reeves, from SCEE, is back, and speaking to NowGamer about their strategy for the PS3 in Europe.
He was asked some big questions regarding the console and what is in store for the future.
Sony are continuing to go back to some of their most popular first-party titles and adding support for trophies, with the next game being Singstar.
PlayStation Universe has published a list of trophies that Singstar will be receiving at an unknown time in the future.