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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.
Ben Heck, famous for his laptop-ification, has taken his talents to task on the PS3 Slim.
Not only that, he has created what is quite possibly the neatest, most viable product re-design we have seen in quite some time.
It’s all about the PSPgo and PSP minis all over the world. But for the PSPgo-less crowd (the lot of you we hope) there’s a ton of games for you to sample on your PS3 Phat or Slim. Brütal Legend is the one we have all been waiting for, but there’s also Star Wars, Need for Speed, TMNT (which you can buy) and Up.
Up is a pretty fun coop game for the family. And speaking of family, LittleBigPlanet has a new costume pack featuring characters of a movie that the kids are not allowed to watch. They sure do look cute in sackperson form though. FIFA 10 and NBA 10 get DLC as well, one of which is free.
If we asked you guys which brand you think is cooler, PlayStation or Xbox, we would predict that the vast majority of you would go with the former.
After all, you are on a PS3 news website so we couldn’t expect any different.
We knew it was coming, but now it’s official: The 250GB slim PS3 is real, and will be coming to the UK and Europe.
For just £284.99 and €349, you can buy a 250GB PS3 with two platinum titles or inFamous from the 1st of October.
Sony Computer Entertainment CEO and President Kaz Hirai took the stage at Tokyo Game Show 2009 to deliver Sony’s keynote speech titled ‘Sony Computer Entertainment 2009 Strategy’.
While no major announcements were made, there were plenty of numbers to be crunched…
Those crazy cats over at Colorware are up to their old tricks once again.
Not content with “colourising” the original PS3 when it came out back in 2006, the custom console company (we like alliteration here) have now turned their paint covered hands to the new PS3 Slim.
Yesterday we heard the news that Japanese gamers will finally get their chance to play Final Fantasy XIII on the 17th of December this year.
Now, Square Enix has released a statement on the European release for the game…
That’s right, folks – there’s a new Uncharted Demo in the pipeline.
It’s not just a re-run of that beta demo that some managed to wangle their way into, either.
This will be a fully fledged demo open to everyone, and will available sooner rather than later to boot.
How soon is that?
The first details of the reception that the new PS3 Slim has received are starting to crawl in, and it’s good news.
According to Chart-Track, sales in the UK are eleven times higher last week than the one before. Granted, stock for the original PS3 was small and many gamers were waiting for the Slimmer console, but this is still a massive achievement.
We don’t know how it happened (honestly*) but Afrikan zebras have been spotted in America. The sound of hooves are driving us insane. One of the cooler additions of firmware 3.0 were dynamic themes, one of which we saw in motion already (we’ve called it ‘Globetrotting Sackboy’) and was available for purchase since September 1st for a price.
However, ‘Afrika Theme Zebra’ was also available on the 1st in Japan for free. That may explain the penetration of these black and white equids to American soil. This week a third theme is available, PixelJunk Monsters, but you already know all about it. Other than that, Japan’s Store offerings are slim this week. Not even a PSone classic for crying out loud!
Sony has been speaking to Edge magazine where they have made some interesting comments regarding the PlayStation 3.
Game companies and analysts in the past have predicted that the current generation of consoles will last longer than previously, and Andrew House, head of SCEE shares this view, at least for the PS3 anyway.
The one feature that the PS3 Slim lacks but all of its bigger and fatter brothers do have is the support for ‘Other OS’, in other words the ability to install Linux on the system.
Although it isn’t really a feature that has taken off, some users are a little annoyed that they cannot enjoy the same pleasure as others
Remember we all got super-excited about the prospect of getting the original God of War goodness in 720p on out PS3s in time for Christmas?
Well, cool your Blades of Chaos and prepare yourself for bad news if you live in Europe.
Thanks to the official launch of the PS3 Slim across the world PlayStation 3 owners can now get their hands on Firmware 3.0.
So what does the latest upgrade offer and, most importantly of all, do the battery meter and clock still clash on screen?
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…
One of the things we have been saying about the new PS3 and price is that Sony needs to back it with advertisements.
It’s all very well making your hardware more affordable for consumers, but you need to make sure they are in the know.
With the massive price drop, and introduction of the slimmer PlayStation 3, SCEE boss Andrew House can see the company fully taking on the challenge presented by Microsoft that has seen the PS3 linger behind Microsoft’s Xbox 360 in total sales for the region.