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Top Gun is a classic 1980s movie starring Tom Cruise and centres on elite American pilots trained to be the best of the best. This iconic movie has spawned several games over the years, and now it’s the PlayStation Network’s turn with a brand new HD title.
With the film’s popular following even to this day, does the game live up to the big name? Well not exactly.
After the recent release of Mafia 2, 2K Czech are now focusing their attention on another title, Top Spin 4.
They have now announced the next iteration of the series with a scheduled release sometime next year.
Tonight was the official unveiling of the Call of Duty: Black Ops multiplayer mode and we’re ready to bring you the story. Along with it, we have our own thoughts on the announcements that were made. So just what were those announcements?
The PlayStation 3 already supports 3D gaming with titles such as WipEout HD and Motorstorm 3D Rift, but it as of yet doesn’t support 3D movies on Blu-ray discs.
However, next month that is about to change as Sony has confirmed at IFA 2010 that the Blu-ray 3D update for movies will be released in October so you can watch titles such as Avatar or Toy Story 3 in 3D.
In another move designed to give greater incentive for PSN users to subscribe to PlayStation Plus, SCEA has announced a brand new addition to the service.
US PlayStation Plus subscribers can now purchase a two year protection plan, which extends the PS3 warranty from one year to three, for a discounted price of $44.99, that’s 25% off.
At GamesCom 2010, Sony announced two new PlayStation 3 models featuring larger hard disks, which are due to arrive by September. There will be a 160GB model which will be retailing at £249.99 / €299 and a larger 320GB model which will cost £284.99 / €349. Bargains.
Ever wanted to spy on people using a remote controlled surveillance vehicle? Well, now you can…
Next month Gamescom, the European gaming convention, returns to Cologne in Germany and all major publishers are expected to be there.
Sony has today announced the date and time for their conference there that could see a few exciting announcements.
PlayTV, everyone’s favourite digital TV receiver, is set to support 3D TV broadcasts later this year Sony has confirmed.
We can never have enough options can we? It seems these days that just when you think you’ve got it made with your console and gaming set-up, something new comes out. Well, Sony is about to continue that trend by offering a few new PS3 Slim models.
So what exactly is new about these models?
The PS3 has been out for nearly four years, but Sony can now confidently wear a smile on their faces as the system has finally reached the stage where it is no longer sold at a loss!
Up until now we have been buying their systems for less than it cost them to make it, proving how good value it really has been for us.
Metal Gear Solid Rising, the latest in the Metal Gear series, will be different from other Metal Gear games. The focus is on “lightning bolt action” not “tactical espionage action”, and it will have the agile Raiden returning as lead rather than the tough and resourceful Solid Snake. Rising will be the start of a new series of games that will run alongside the usual Metal Gear Solid titles; it won’t be a one-off game.
Today marks a momental moment in the PS3′s life as you can now purchase stereoscopic 3D content from the PlayStation Store.
No new firmware update is required, all you need is to be running v3.30 and have a 3D compatible TV.
“The pinger attacks at E3 2010.” Those are the ominous words from Crytek in the latest Crysis 2 teaser trailer. It produce two responses from us: we fear for the safety of our employees who will be attending E3, and we wonder who or what is this Master Pinger.
When Bungie recently announced that they were going multi-format by signing with Activision, it was music to the ears for us PS3 owners. The last time we got excited like that was when BioWare signed with EA.
What would you consider to be a highlight in your gaming month? Would it be that sequel to your favourite triple-A game or some surprise new IP that’s redefining its genre? If so, April wasn’t good for you.
‘Anger’ is the word of the day if you’re a PS3 Dragon Age: Origins fan, as there are numerous complaints that the latest console firmware update – 3.30 – is randomly crashing games.
And when we say numerous complaints, we actually mean twelve pages worth and counting. Eek!
Japanese gaming website Pocketnews has reported that the PS3 has received a minor hardware alteration. The changes include a new version of the RSX graphics chip that uses 15% less power. With the cost of electricity these days, this is pleasing news. Plus, it should help cut down on that dreaded ‘yellow light of death’ which causes your PS3 to overheat and die.
The good folk over at No Fuss Reviews have been conducting a massive survey into the failure rates for the three major consoles.
A source of 500,000 readers were asked if their console has had to be repaired or replaced due to a fault – the results are striking.