Tired of having to turn on your PS3 to check out the PlayStation Store? Or are you just plain ol’ sick of the interface for it? Either way, Sony has something for you. During the CES, Sony unveils their plan to launch a web version of the PlayStation Store this month. From here users will be able to browse the store and buy content for their PS3. The next time the user turns on their PS3, their content will be waiting in the download list.
As inevitable as the rolling tides and the passing of a monarch, Sony has ended all production of the PS2, so that its progenitors may thrive.
Ubisoft has announced that Assassin’s Creed 3 will receive yet another massive update fixing various bugs and glitches to single player and multiplayer.
Remember when women were like children? As in they should be seen but not heard from? No? Yeah, me neither, but as it turns out some of us do. The upcoming PlayStation 3 game The Last of Us revolves around Joel and Ellie trying to survive in a post apocalyptic world, and In an interview with VG247, The Last of Us‘s creative director, Neil Druckmann, has had “discussions where we’ve been asked to push Ellie to the back.” His response, along with everyone at Naughty Dog, they “flat-out refused.”
Pictured: Gamers target practicing for the NEXT time Bioshock Infinte gets delayed
Talking about yet another delay to Bioshock Infinite without bringing up certain other games that have done the same thing is going to be tough, but here we go. In a media conference, Ken Levine announced Bioshock Infinite‘s delay by exactly one month from the previously announced release date of February 26, 2013 to March 26, 2013.
Square Enix Pulls Viral Marketing App for Hitman: Absolution on Facebook, Requisce In Pace, Wait Wrong Series
Sometimes companies get so big that it can be hard for everyone in the company to know what everyone else is doing. That’s fine when the only mix up this created is ordering the wrong kind of ink refills, but when the marketing side approves of and releases an incredibly tasteless, misogynistic, and quite possibly illegal viral marketing app to the general populace, you have a real problem at hand. This morning Square Enix released a Facebook app, “Hire Hitman” that lets you create a contract with Agent 47 of the Hitman series to take out your friends. Within hours, the app was pulled from Facebook and Square Enix issued a statement of apology.
Companies patent the craziest things, and many never see the light of day. That won’t stop us from peering into the many, publicly available patents for our “what if” pleasures. Today the internet unearthed Sony’s attempt at combining both the DualShock controller and PlayStation Move. The result looked a little bit like what you see here.
While you were playing Assassin’s Creed III, did something feel a bit off? Did you fall through the floor or have important people disappearing? Ubisoft feels your pain and discomfort and will be releasing a major patch by the end of next week that will address a whole slew of these inconveniences, a.k.a. bugs. Some of which can outright block your progress.
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Bioware has responded to the reports of Call of Duty: Black Ops II install disc issue. Their plan, taken straight out of some romantic comedy somewhere, can be boiled down to this statement on their website. “If the universe thinks that you should be playing Mass Effect right now, who are we to argue?”