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Last night, the PlayStation Blog held a PAX East meet-up […]
The XMB gets generally positive feedback from the PlayStation community. […]
The PlayStation 3 has been long criticized for its bloated […]
Firmware Update 3.10 was recently announced for the PlayStation 3, including improved social network connectivity and general interface improvements. The system update for the console is now live.
It turns out those leaked shots of a supposed new […]
BBC iPlayer is a video streaming and downloading service that allows UK citizens to watch BBC shows online a mere 1 hour after it has shown on television for up to 7 days as well as having the ‘Series Stacking’ feature which allows viewers to watch previous programmes from selected series until the series has ended, with a limit of up to thirteen weeks after first broadcast. While the service came under heavy criticism, with the development costing well over Â£6million and with running costs estimated to be as high as Â£830 million, BBC iPlayer has become a highly requested feature among UK gamers.
PS3’s new firmware 3.0 has totally changed the way the […]
The PS3 Slim hit some retailers today, and now a […]
One of the rumors for Firmware 3.0 is that the […]
Sony seems to have slipped a feature into the XMB […]
On December 13, 2003 the PSX was released in Japan. […]
Written by BigPete7978 This is by no means an official […]
Along with the major enhancement – you know, the one that prevents your PS3 from bricking – PS3 Firmware 2.41 also includes some other minor enhancements. I haven’t been home to download the new firmware today, so this reporting is based on many other people’s reports. I just wanted to put it together in one place.
I am not sure about the authenticity of this one. […]
Breaking News… What PlayStationLifeStyle.net has been reporting now for close […]
Maxconsole member Medran has uploaded the first images of 2.40 […]
Some great info from around the web has reached Sev1512. […]