Sony has registered a trademark on the term â€˜PS Cloudâ€™ for use with a cloud computer network on PlayStation products.
Little other information is given, but the unannounced service could offer a number of opportunities.
On Friday, we told you that the Killzone 2 v1.21 patch will be coming this week with the actual date announced on Monday.
Well, considering today is Monday, the patch has been confirmed for tomorrow, Tuesday March 31st, at 8AM GMT.
Media Molecule, the developers behind LittleBigPlanet, discussed the game and the continuing development of the BAFTA award-winning title at this year’s GDC.
First off, they revealed that the team is in fact only halfway through the development of LBP, and their focus right now is on the creation side of the game…
So, itâ€™s a big one this week and the highlights of the European PlayStation Store update are the Resistance 2 packs, adding great new multiplayer maps and player skins to the game.
Without further ado, here is the update in fullâ€¦
Uncharted 2. It has to be one of, if not the most anticipated games that will definitely release this year.
Weâ€™re sure you canâ€™t wait to see what the game looks like in action. Forget trailers, you want to see some actual gameplay!
The very first Call of Duty is making its way to the PlayStation Network, according to European rating authority, the PEGI.
The discovery was made by some forum members at NeoGAF, and it shows that the first game in the famous first-person shooter franchise will be ported over from its original PC format to run on the PS3 and Xbox.
The newly announced game, Ratchet and Clank: A Crack In Time, will have its debut trailer revealed to the public tomorrow, at 9am GMT (5am EST), over at Threespeech.
It’s Thursday, and as with many Thursdays, Home has some new content. Today, both North America and Europe get Resistance 2 outfits. You can purchase these from the Shopping Centre/Mall in the Threads store.
There have been reports of the costumes disappearing from your wardrobes in the US, however, SCEA insist this is a bug and that they will reappear within 24 hours.
It has been announced by Capcom today that Bionic Commando, the hotly anticipated remake of the classic NES game from 1988, will be released in Europe on May 22nd.
The game which was featured on the December edition of Qore, for the first time allows players to jump.
Capcom has reassured gamers that the DLC, which introduces â€œVersus Modeâ€ to the popular title, is still “on track” and there is no risk of it getting delayed in Europe.
Just yesterday, the unfortunate news for people in Japan was that the content had been delayed for that region.
Why is it that quite often some of the best news comes in the form of replies buried in PlayStation Blog posts?
One interesting comment today came from CydoniaX, who is part of the North American Home team.
The wait is over. The questions and theories can stop. Xi is here!
From today, you can download a new space called ‘The Hub’ which launches from the teleport in the Home Square/Central Plaza by the spray painted logo.
In Media Moleculeâ€™s latest podcast, they released some details for the next LittleBigPlanet patch, codenamed â€˜Cornish Yargâ€™.
As we have seen in previous patches, this is another type of cheese, and it brings a couple of new features.
PSU has some promising data on LittleBigPlanet. The game has been around for over 4 months now and over 650,000 levels have been created in total.
The game has a total of 1,935,000 online players, with an average of 35,373 levels delivered each week…
PS3 gamers have had to wait till the end of 2008 before award-winning Bioshock was ported over to Sony’s console.
Very little is currently known about the sequel, however, there are some new clues on Bioshock 2’s website.
Richard Lemarchand, the co-lead designer of Uncharted from Naughty Dog, has been seized by IGN to talk Uncharted 2: Among Thieves.
He answers questions on how the developers have improved the features of the first game for the sequel.
There is no new content for European Home users today, however, there is news on what is on the cards.
A Spanish Moderator on the Official European forums, called Huntson, announced to forum users that although there was no new goodies today, there is something worthwhile waiting for next week.
In a follow up to our previous story on Sunday, it turns out Sky reported on Criterion Games producing Burnout Paradise 3D a little while ago.
Burnout Paradise is currently available in 3D for PC owners who have purchased special TVs or monitors with 100Hz or higher.
Itâ€™s common knowledge that the PlayStation Stores in Europe and North America lack many PSOne games.
For a company who made their landmark PS2 compatible with nearly every single PlayStation game, itâ€™s surprising that they appear to be making little progress in delivering classic titles to the PlayStation Network.