Posts Tagged ‘PS3’
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’
This is the second day in a row we’ve posted a story about Home
Hey, you like Fallout 3, right
Speaking with Develop, Crytek UK (previously Free Radical) claimed that the poor quality of Haze was largely due to “technical issues” with PS3 development, but still backed the console. Crytek UK’s Karl Hilton said that more time was spent trying to get Haze to run on PS3 than actually making it a good game.
Motorstorm fans now have their own space in Home, the Motorstorm Sphere, although this apparently isn’t the final Motorstorm space, it’s just a temporary, small-scale teaser space
Square’s Vagrant Story, a game described by Play as “one of the most sublime gaming experiences you’re likely to encounter on the PlayStation”, just went up on the Japanese PlayStation Store
Find out all about Heavy Rain, here, in this informative video…
It seems like forever since we ran a ‘gratuitous boobs’ story on the Play blog (although we know for a fact that it hasn’t really been that long at all) so here’s one featuring the PS3’s favourite women in uniform out of uniform
A very reliable source at a major UK retail chain has told Play that the PS3 price-drop is definitely happening soon
Prototype has made a few million for Activision, but it’s a drop in the ocean really
Cast your eyes below for a peak at the new gameplay trailer for Fairytale Fights, a game in which you play as a cute little fairytale character – in this case Little Red Riding Hood – and hack your way mercilessly through a number of blood-soaked levels, leaving nothing but blood and body parts in your wake
Really small news for really small people. And people of all other sizes too.
Hothead Games has confirmed that platform-puzzler Braid, previously only available for the 360 and PS3 will be making its way to the PS3
Sony has revealed its quarterly financial records and it isn’t all very positive reading. Game business revnue for instance was own by 18 per cent from last year. PS3 sold 1.1 million in Q1 2009 as opposed to the 1.6 million that were shifted in the same time last year. PSP was also hit by the economic downturn dropping by 2.4 million units compared to last year, down to 1.3 million.