Articles tagged with: SingStar
Spotted by the eagle-eyed staff at PSN Stores, the SingStar Viewer app has been discontinued. The app, designed to allow users to browse and purchase songs and view uploaded videos, has been discontinued by Sony. Now why would they do that?
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and believe us when we say that there are some incredibly talented teams included. We’ve now revealed sixty developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing ten more.
The UK’s position as a world-leading developer of video games is under threat. For years it has been the third largest employer of development staff in the world, with the USA and Japan in first and second position, but recent times have seen the UK overtaken by the Canadian games industry.
SingStar is one of the most popular family game on the PS3, and Sony has announced details for the June update.
First up in the features is SingStar Remote.
A new mode is coming to the SingStar series! Online Battle Mode will see singers compete against their friends live.
How does it work? It’s simple. Send an invite to a PSN friend, pick a song, and compete for the highest score! There is even support for the PS Eye so you can watch your friend sing really badly.
Rob Rutter, European Product Manager of SCEE has announced that the Stereophonics will be coming to PlayStation Home. The event will be taking place sometime in March in The SingStar VIP rooms; it will feature exclusive live footage and a backstage interview from the Welsh rockers.
Having diligently hoovered my original PS every month since the day one purchase, I think that there was dust in places that there really ought not to have been. The fan would kick in even after being on for 10 minutes and the heat coming from my original 60Gb PS3 was a concern to say the least.
So I decided to go for the fat-to-slim upgrade. Turns out there a few things I should have known…
Sony has announced a brand new application to soon be available on the PlayStation Store in Europe.
SingStar Viewer is a downloadable feature that will allow you to purchase music from the SingStore, and watch, rate or review video clips, photos and profiles from the community.
Welcome to the first in a new series of articles here at PS3 Attitude.
Instead of being written by the awesome volunteers that help run PS3 Attitude, these reviews and stories have been created by various well-known public figures, world-renowned gamers and media personalities.
First up is a review of SingStar Motown, written by Ortis Deley, all round good egg and presenter on Channel Five’s ‘The Gadget Show’ in the UK.
A special SingStar Take That Extravaganza is taking place on the 22nd of October where the band and other famous faces will be there.
The event is being held at the The Tabernacle in West London to celebrate the launch of SingStar Take That.
Six months ago we started a new regular article called The Homerun that provided news and views on what’s new with PlayStation Home.
Now in September, the Homerun is still going strong and we have seen Home grow at a rapid rate to what it is today.
Welcome back to another Homerun PlayStation fans!
This week we will be giving you more news and views on all the new content for PlayStation Home that has arrived and been announced for Europe and North America.
Well we weren’t so sure if there was enough Home news this week to warrant a Homerun, but it turns out we got more than we bargained for with the recent announcement of PlayStation Home version 1.3.
This update is the most significant change for the product since its launch so here are all the details.
We’re big fans of SingStar here at PS3 Attitude, and the already burgeoning song catalogue is about to take another leap forward.
Today, Sony have announced a deal that will bring a whole slew of Universal Music UK tracks to the SingStore for download over the next few weeks.
So what can we look forward to warbling along to?
Speaking at the Develop Conference today, Dave Ranyard has been outlining what the SingStar community has taught Sony through interaction with the game, and what developments we can expect in the future.
One of the big issues for Sony is balancing the features the existing users require – small, monthly updates – versus the big new additions that would bring new users to the SingStar franchise.
So here’s what they’ve come up with.
There are new online features of SingStar under development which – come September – will make the SingStar community an even more interactive and exciting place. With these new additions, we are really going to see the community moving forward in leaps and bounds!
Do you love SingStar as much as the next guy, provided that the next guy is not this guy? Because we don’t think anybody likes SingStar as much as this guy; not after this. If you do like SingStar at least as half as him (who shall remain nameless) we have some great news for you. SingStar received a global patch today that brings some features that our Europeans brethren already had and then some.
A new update for SingStar hits today. Expect downtime and a download of unknown size. It will take your cruddy old version of SingStar and update it to the shiniest version, 3.01! Hurrah!… But what does it actually do?
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€¦