Articles tagged with: hardware
Sony may have high hopes for 3D, but EA Sports are one company who won’t be jumping on board right this minute.
In an exclusive interview with GamesIndustry.biz, Peter Moore, president of EA Sports claimed there will be “nothing at all” coming from their studios in 2010 which will be popping out from your screen. Read on to find out why…
According to a report on Nikkei, the PS3’s Motion Controller is expected to have ’10 or so’ titles support the device before the end of the year.
The report, which was picked up by Andriasang doesn’t name specific titles but does claim that sports and pet raising games are among the first to explore the device.
Earlier we announced that Sony Computer Entertainment had dated their new Motion Controller (a provisional title) for release this autumn. With its release in sight, we contemplate whether the PS3 with motion sensing is a match made in gaming heaven or whether we should expect to be overrun by a deluge of lobotomy-inducing novelty games – as has arguably been the case with the Wii.
PlayTV has been a large success in the PAL territory as it provides free digital TV content and recording just by purchasing the twin decoder.
Now Japan as its own version in the form of ‘Torne’.
Earlier this year the Street Fighter IV FightSticks and FightPads made a huge impact and sold incredibly well and were highly praised. Due to that success, a second wave of SFIV peripherals are to be released.
A Marvel vs Capcom 2 TE FightStick was rumored to be in the making, and it was officially announced in September. The arcade stick is now available to purchase at GameStop.
The Sony Ericsson Aino is the first mobile phone to include the PSP’s Remote Play functionality, allowing you access to your PS3 whilst you are away from home.
With an 8.1 megapixel camera and a new (for Sony Ericsson) touch-screen interface, it would seem that this phone is perfect for any PS3 owner. But is that really the case?
The Turtle Beach Earforce P21 headset is a gaming headset that allows PS3 owners to hear great quality audio from their favourite game, whilst being able to chat to their friends at the same time.
So how does this unit perform during a long gaming session, and can it improve your enjoyment of PS3 multi-player titles?
Gaming headsets are a dime a dozen. They come in a variety of designs, features, and prices. TRITTON Technologies have designed the AX 720 specifically for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 video game systems with superb audio quality and voice communication. If you’re looking for gaming headphones, then these are the ones to own.
Well we knew it was coming, but now it is official: the 250GB PS3 is arriving in North America.
On the third of November, you will be able to walk into a store and pick up a 250GB PS3 for just $349, that’s $50 more than the 120GB model.
Back in May we previewed the Sony Ericsson Aino that has the unique ability of supporting PS3 Remote Play – and we liked it!
Well today we saw the launch of the phone, but we warn you that it will empty your pockets.
October 1st, 2009 marked the worldwide debut of the PSPgo; Sony’s latest PSP redesign with downloadable games and ultra portability in mind. That got me thinking, could the PlayStation 3 ever get the go redesign? Has Sony Computer Entertainment even toyed with the idea?
A lone document in an unsecured public FTP site had the answer to all of my questions. The PS3go was indeed under development but it was canceled before hitting the production line. The answer lied in a ten point feature sheet of an unreleased secret press release.
The recent showing of the Motion Controller at TGS, and the subsequent PR pieces that came flooding through to Attitude Towers, make one thing very clear to us.
Sony don’t have an official name for the glowy wand right now.
So go ahead, give the stick a name, and we’ll send all the most popular suggestions direct to Sony…
Mad Catz has announced that they are unleashing more Street Fighter IV goodies for fighting game fanatics. It appears that they want to capitalize on the overly successful first round of peripherals released in February. Who can blame them? They were great.
Find out which six characters will be featured on the Mad Catz FightPad and get a look at the new TE FightStick.
We’re big fans of the classic Sony DualShock design here at Attitude Towers, so whenever we are presented with the opportunity to use optional third-party hardware to control our games, our eye is often super-critical.
So what did we think when we tried out the most unusual controllers yet devised for the PS3; the SplitFish Dual SFX Evolution and the FragFX v2? And do they make you better at online gaming?
The PS3 re-design was recently revealed by Sony at GamesCom in Cologne.
While we were not surprised to see the new PS3 unveiled, it struck me as somewhat odd that no-one had thought that a re-design of the PS3 would look like the model that was unveiled.
Recently, ShopTo.com announced they were taking pre-orders for the new PS3 Slim at only £229.00 in the UK. So we thought we’d do some digging around to see if this really was the best deal for British PS3 fans.
As with any article of this type, the details are correct at the time of writing. With ShopTo putting pressure on other retailers, anyone could meet or beat that deal at any moment.
So where should you place your bets if you want a PS3 Slim next week? We’d suggest to take a look at all the options first…
We’re at GamesCom in Cologne this year, and the first order of the day is to cover the much-anticipated Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Press Conference.
Whilst the rest of the Internet has been awash with rumour and speculation, as usual we at PS3 Attitude have bit our lips (and kept the ‘Drawer of Secrets’ locked), preferring instead to wait for the official word.
And now that word comes to you via our people on the ground, (almost) live from Germany.
It is fair to say that Americans are quite a patriotic bunch and it appears Sony have taken notice. Announced today, they will be releasing red and blueDualShock 3 controllers in the region this October.
Speaking at the Develop Conference today, SCEE Research & Development demonstrated the motion control wand that was so well received at E3.
So did we learn anything new from seeing the device on this side of the pond?