Are you having problems with your PlayStation 3? Is your console not starting up, or maybe giving you the Yellow Light of Death? Maybe you need to crack open the box and check it out to see what happened to it.
While the wait for Gran Turismo 5 is hasn’t yet approached Duke Nukem Forever proportions, we are getting kind of sick of waiting. Especially when Sony sneaks out fine looking video footage the likes of which they showed off at this week’s Tokyo Game Show.
Can you believe that it’s been 15 years since the original Sony PlayStation came out?
In celebration of the dawning of the modern console era (ok, the Dreamcast was really the better console, IMHO), Sony has released this short film documenting the brief history of the PlayStation line…
It seems to me that a Sony PS3 might be a little big and heavy for lugging around your portable electronic gadgets inside of. But this is a tiny, soft PS3 we’re talking about, so maybe it’s not that bad.
If you didn’t think you looked stupid enough flailing your arms around with Sony’s new PlayStation Move motion controller, wait till you get a load of this. Sony has revealed their first add-on accessory for the Move, which looks like a ray gun.
With the abundance of website, blogs and forums dedicated to gaming, one would be inclined to think that Sony could have consulted the information readily available online for “ideas to improve the PlayStation experience.” But no, the company chose to open PlayStation.Blog
It was only a matter of time before people got bored with the plain old black plastic shell on the exterior of the Sony PS3 Slim. I knew we could count on the guys over at XCM to come up with a sexy exterior upgrade for the PS3’s dull stock black case.
Maxconsole got a couple of videos from console-modders XCM showing the latter’s prototype light gun for the PS3. It’s basically half of a PS3 controller stuck to a light gun. I think XCM is shooting for a controller that’s compatible with all shooters, hence the need to come up with something with a sizable amount of buttons.
Ahoy, ye landlubbers! Little Big Planet just got a little better. You see, Sony and Media Molecule just released their new Pirates of the Carribean add-ons for LBP.
It’ll be a pirate’s life for you when you install these new add-on packs.
ZOE fans rejoice! In an entry at Kojima Productions’ blog (translated from Japanese) last Saturday (Oct. 17), Kojima revealed that 2003’s Zone of the Enders The 2nd Runner (released in JAPAN as ANUBIS:Zone of the Enders) will not be the last installment in the beloved series.
The XBLA hit Castle Crashers is set to come to PS3, according to an announcement at Comic-Con. PS3 owners everywhere let out a roar of approval, while Xbox 360 owners stomped around and demanded Noby Noby Boy in exchange.
Move over, Project Natal and Wii-mote: here comes Sony, trying to break into the let’s-make-it-real movement with a new patent for image-scanning with their EyeToy camera. Oh, did you think I meant their oddly-shaped wand controller from E3?