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.
A few months ago it was widely reported that a Sony PlayStation user had reached the PlayStation’s trophy level cap of Level 50 (1%). It seems that is no longer the case.
The God of War series has two excellent entries on the PSP. The problem with that is most people probably never played them. Well you may be in luck as it looks like we might be seeing both of those games on the Playstation 3.
This weekend we saw the glorious return of the PSN. Like a speedo wearing muscle man who was ordered to, “Rise From His Grave!” The service sprang to life all over the world, well almost everywhere.
As of this writing the PSN has been offline for the last few weeks. It looks like this isn’t only causing problems for current games but at least one future release is being affected by the outage.
It’s been a crazy week for Sony with all the PSN problems they’ve been dealing with. Well, now it appears the atom bomb has been dropped and they may be in deeper trouble.
The PSN has been down for about a week as of today. Yesterday we learned the service was hacked and some of our personal data was stolen. Sony offered an update on the problem today.
The currently in public beta Socom 4 is set to be released on April 19th. If you pick up a copy you’re going to find an extra surprise in that Blu-Ray case, a voucher for the Resistance 3 beta.
A few weeks ago we brought you a story that seemed a tad far fetched. Today, it is sobering news out of Europe that LG was awarded a preliminary injunction against Sony. This has lead to tens of thousands of PlayStation 3′s being confiscated. While the system is still available for purchase further stock imports have been banned.
I always knew the video game industry would, more so than any other industry, bring about the real life version of Skynet. The Air Force Research Laboratory has a new toy called the Condor Cluster comprised of 84 coordinating servers, 168 separate graphical processing units, and most important of all, 1,760 Playstation 3s.