Posts Tagged ‘Eric Lempel’

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Sony: Star Wars Battlefront VR Mission Is an Iconic Experience “Worth Bragging About”

It’s free to all Star Wars Battlefront owners.

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PlayStation Vue Expands Across the US, New Slim Pricing Starts at $29.99

203 markets added.

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PlayStation Vue Prices Now Start at $39.99, Disney & ESPN Channels Added

“We’re listening to your feedback and are working on getting PlayStation Vue out to more cities.”

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November 2015 NPD: PS4 Outsold Xbox One, Was the #1 Console Overall

Back at #1.

PSN Director Talks Firmware Roadmap, Cross-Game Voice Chat

One of the very best features of PlayStation family products (PS3 andRead the full article…

SCEA on PSP Minis, UMD Conversion, And Amazon

Introduction of the PSP family’s newest member went off with hardly aRead the full article…

PSP Trophies Aren’t Down for the Count

Find out what Mr. Shu Yoshida had to say when asked about the possibility of the Trophy System making its way to the PSP.

Sony: PSN No Longer Playing “Catch up” With Xbox Live

Sony Computer Entertainment America’s director of PSN Operations, Eric Lempel, recently statedRead the full article…

Retailers Heart PSP Go, Says Sony

During this year’s E3, Eric Lempel, director of PSN operations, talked aboutRead the full article…

PSP Trophies Have Been Denied

Time and time again, developers and publishers alike have put blame onRead the full article…

Firmware 2.52 [Update]

Written by Chris Rah Osiris A new PS3 firmware is on theRead the full article…

PlayStation Firmwares Coming Soon

Written by Chris Rah Osiris Eric Lempel announced the obvious to PlayStationRead the full article…

Firmware 2.41 Is Available

As reported earlier today, the patch for FW 2.40 was likely to be released sometime this week. Well for everyone that missed out on the initial release, 2.41 is available for all to download. Go get it and enjoy in-game XMB and trophies in Super Stardust HD! Sony mentioned that the problem that caused the initial 2.40 firmware release to be taken down was the xmb disappearing after some individuals had updated their systems.