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More details on the PlayStation Phone

Posted in PSP Phone by Conner Flynn on October 30th, 2010

We now have more details on the PlayStation Phone. First, it looks like the model is codenamed “Zeus” and it is running Android 2.2, though apparently there are multiple devices out with different versions, at least one having Android 3.0.

Also it looks like there will be an 8GB microSD card slotted, and at least 512MB of internal storage. The handset looks to be about 17mm thick, about the same as the PSPgo. More details should emerge soon.

PlayStation Rewards coming on October 28

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2010

Good news PS3 owners, PlayStation Rewards will launch tomorrow through an invitation-only beta to all eligible PlayStation Plus and Gamer Advisory Panel (GAP) members. This beta will collect feedback from the most loyal PS3 fans, making sure that the end result will be the “best possible rewards program it can be”.

The beta phase might include PSP users sometime later. For now just PS3 users. PlayStation Rewards will be free. The more you play and participate, the more progress you’ll make on the three reward tiers which are “Select,” “Pro,” and “Legendary.”

Sony Japan launches Digital Strategy Guides

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on October 15th, 2010

You know how it is. You are playing a game and you get stuck, so you look up the info online and find out how to beat the current boss level. We’ve all been there. Now Sony wants to make things a little easier with the introduction of its new PlayView for Games over in Japan, which is a digital strategy guide service on the PlayStation Network.

The guides are designed for PSP games and can be purchased and downloaded onto a PS3 so that gamers will be able to play the game on their portable console while using the TV for reference. The guide features digital pages that players can zoom in or flip through easily.


Sony PS4 not download only

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on August 26th, 2010

Digital downloads might seem like the future when it comes to consoles, but realistically it is still a long way off, according to Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Kaz Hirai. He ruled out future digital-only PlayStation consoles (perhaps thinking about the PS4), despite Sony being the first company do so with the PSPgo. In that case it didn’t go over so well.

Most gamers still prefer physical media anyway, so it will be a long time before we see digital only consoles go mainstream. Would you want physical content or digital?

Metal Gear Solid Astro A30 Headset

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2010

Check this out MGS fans. The Astro A30 cross gaming headset is now available and as you can see, they are branded with Metal Gear Solid. Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker has been available in Japan for about two weeks and is now available in North America. It will hit Europe within 10 days.

These headphones have been getting great reviews from gaming sites and they even come with three different adapters that will allow you to connect them to almost any game console including the Xbox 360, PS3, Nintendo DS, PSP, PC and even your iPhone.

Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker Entertainment Pack

Posted in PSP by Conner Flynn on June 6th, 2010

Fans of MGS will love this PlayStation Portable 3000 Limited Edition Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker Entertainment Pack. It features the latest hardware revision of the PlayStation Portable and comes with your favorite Metal Gear Solid tactical stealth action.

You get a “Spirited Green” PSP-3000 system, a copy of Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker in UMD format, a 2GB Memory Stick PRO Duo, a PlayStation Store downloadable movie voucher and a code to unlock in-game content which includes the Stealth gun and FOX T-shirt.

Sony to reveal PSN+ subscription service at E3

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2010

Word on the street is that Sony is set to reveal a premium tier of the PlayStation Network service, labeled PSN+, during E3 2010. Unlike Microsoft’s Xbox Live Gold service, PSN+ will focus on giving paid subscribers additional bonuses without limiting online multiplayer between paying and nonpaying users.

Subscribers will have access to a rotating list of PSP Minis and PSone Classics, exclusive in-game DLC, discounts to the PlayStation Store and “first hour” demo access on full retail titles. After the first hour of gameplay, players will be able to purchase the full title, but demo access will only be available once the entire title has been downloaded.


Sony Walkman W252 Metal Gear Solid edition

Posted in Walkman by Conner Flynn on May 12th, 2010

Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker is coming soon for the PSP, and to celebrate, Sony has a custom-painted W252 Walkman. The wearable MP3 player can hold up to 2GB of your favorite music, and comes with six preloaded tunes from the Peace Walker soundtrack.

Aside from that, it has the camo theme and is water-resistant and super durable. If you love MGS, keep an eye out for this one. Available from June 2010.

USB Wrist Band Battery

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on May 9th, 2010

This gadget is proof that having some extra battery power will severely mess up your fashion sense. The USB Wrist Band Battery is compatible with a range of devices like your mobile phone or handheld games console. And while you are charging your device, others will think you are wearing some sort of medical splint on your wrist.

It features a built in rechargeable 1500mAh battery and will work with a number of connections like microUSB, Mini USB, Sony PSP, Nintendo DS, and mobile phones from manufacturers like Sony, Samsung and Nokia.

Sony selling ‘PlayStation Protection Plan’

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on May 4th, 2010

Sony’s game consoles are solidly built and super reliable, sure there’s the occasional issue, but they don’t exactly suffer the RRoD. Even so, things can happen. And if you’re willing to pay for peace of mind, Sony has a new service agreement.

The “PlayStation Protection Plan,” extends the full warranty on your PlayStation 3 or PSP for another year or two. Sony’s plan requires you to mail your system to Sony and wait for the repair or replacement system; GameStop’s warranty allows you to turn in your system and leave with a replacement. Apparently controllers and cables are included with the GameStop protection plan, while Sony only covers the system itself.

PS3 firmware 3.30 adds remote play from PC, bitstream audio options

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on April 25th, 2010

Aside from additional trophy sorting and 3D gaming readiness, the latest v3.30 system update has a few surprises in store. There’s a toggle for Bitstream Direct (output audio with the original digital signal prioritized) or Mix (mixed with sound effects such as button sounds and then converted to bitstream format) on Blu-ray movies. Future VAIO PC owners can even use remote play without any PSP intermediary.

Some other, unconfirmed reports include updated Flash compatibility, enhanced region free Blu-ray movie playback.


Buy used video games at your local 7-Eleven

Posted in Games by Shane McGlaun on April 20th, 2010

When I think of 7-eleven stores, I think of gas, Big Gulp’s and Slurpees. The stores have all sorts of stuff that you might want for your daily travels. 7-Eleven locations are now unveiling a new offering.

After trialing a used game program in 600 locations last year around the country, 7-Eleven is rolling used game sales out to 3000 stores around the country. The used games are sold in conjunction with Game Trading Technologies.

Nintendo 3DS concept turns up

Posted in Concepts by Shane McGlaun on April 5th, 2010

Other than playing games on my iPhone, I have never had a real desire for mobile gaming. My son has a PSP (which he never plays) and a Nintendo DS, which gets player a lot. I just stick with the iPhone.

The announcement of the coming Nintendo 3DS has me intrigued though. I especially like that you don’t need glasses for 3D games. We aren’t sure what screens the device will use at this point or even what it will look like, but I hope it looks like this concept.

Xbox outsells Wii and PS3 in February

Posted in Microsoft by Shane McGlaun on March 12th, 2010

I have all three game consoles in my house and my son and his friends spend lots of time playing games around here most weeks. When it comes time to play games they all typically want to play the PS3 the most. The Wii is the second choice and they rarely play the Xbox 360.

Despite the preferences of a bunch of 7-year-olds, the Xbox 360 has taken the top spot for sales in February according to NPD. NPD’s numbers show that Microsoft sold 422,000 Xbox 360 consoles; the Wii was second with 397,900 units sold.

Sony ready to take on Apple

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on March 4th, 2010

According to the Wall Street Journal Sony is getting ready to take on Apple this year, with a long-awaited PSP phone and a netbook/eBook reader/PSP hybrid iPad competitor.

There aren’t many details just yet. We know nothing about pricing and specs, but word is that we can expect the PSP phone and the PSPad as soon as this year. The Sony Ericsson PSP phone has actually been in the works since 2007, but has had many delays.

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