Today’s a brilliant day for PlayStation news at GamesCom, so let’s round it up without delay…
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The PSP version of Media Molecule’s ground-breaking user creation game is a tale of two halves: one good, the other no so
Another day of GamesCom has passed by and NowGamer has all the top stories covered. Here’s a small selection of NowGamer’s PlayStation news…
In yet another Gamescom announcement that shows Sony are really making a big push this year, it’s been revealed that the upcoming Home 1.3 update will finally include the ability to launch games from within the Home..
Play’s parent site, NowGamer, has all the GamesCom coverage you need. Here’s a selection of the top PlayStation stories on NowGamer today…
Those who already own PS3s may feel a bit left out of the Gamescom announcements (as seen on the lovely Nowgamer) if they have no intention/ability to upgrade to the new model Slim
Some are calling it the worst-kept secret in the history of all things ever and, frankly, they may be right
News reporting that wears its lack of depth as a badge of pride.
After Bethesda Softworks’ top producer/director Todd Howard’s comments at QuakeCon last week were taken by some to mean that there were no plans to release a fifth Elder Scrolls game ever, Bethesda’s Pete Hines – vice president, PR and marketing – has decided to clear matters up via Bethesda’s official blog
Those of us who are unable to attend Gamescom may want to drown our collective sorrows in a long, hard bout of gaming
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Editor In Chief Nick Jones and I (News Editor Jon Gordon in case you weren’t sure) will be leaving for Cologne tomorrow for Gamescom and you can keep up with our coverage via a number of different locations.We’ll have every angle covered and we’ve got hands on time with some of the biggest games coming out in 2009 and 2010. Find out more after the jump.
The above diagram is taken from a Sony patent application for a, to give it its full name, ‘laugh detector and system and method for tracking an emotional response to a media presentation’