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The news in brief – Tuesday 7 July

In the News

DUTCH CHAIN STORES ORDERED TO STOP SELLING 360 GHOSTBUSTERS
They were US copies, therefore selling them outside the US is illegal. This has nothing to do with Sony crying to anybody.

PSP 2 DETAILS LEAKED
The tech specs sound plausible and Sony might indeed be planning to support a new handheld in tandem with the PSPgo, but it could also just be bullsh*t.

UNCHARTED 2 RUMOURED FOR PSP
Every good Sony franchise makes its way to the PSP eventually, so we’d say this is pretty much inevitable, even if this leak isn’t genuine.

WILL ACTIVISION KILL SONY?
No. Only Emerald WEAPON can kill Sony.

SHOULD SONY EXIT GAMING HARDWARE?
No. Someone’s got to make a console that doesn’t habitually melt from the inside out and carve fatal wounds into its own game discs.

PS2 EMULATOR ON ALL PS3 UNITS ALREADY?
If it is, there’s no way to use it yet. But recent patent applications would suggest that Sony might be working on a solution.

CALL OF DUTY: WORLD AT WAR CAUSES DISC READ ERRORS
It also causes disappointment, embarrassment, shame and boredom.

PS3 SLIM READY TO SHIP THIS MONTH?
Don’t be silly. There’s no such thing as a PS3 Slim. But if there was it might well be due at retail very soon. But there isn’t.

PACHTER SAYS WII HD TO SUPPORT GRAPHICS ON PAR WITH PS3/360
Play says Pachter makes living out of having no idea what he’s talking about.

NAUGHTY DOG SHARES UNCHARTED SOURCE CODE WITH ALL OTHER SONY DEVS
Now, this is the kind of thing that should see Sony’s first-party PS3 line-up continue going from strength to strength.




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