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Diablo 3 to Arrive in Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 (0)

Something exciting will arrive in your Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 before they are replaced with newer, more modern consoles. Blizzard has confirmed that Diablo 3, the world's fastest-selling PC game, would be available on these two consoles starting this fall. Owners of Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 would be able to enjoy the full Diablo 3 experience, but without the keyboard-smashing moments as the game is tailored for "gamepad-driver action." The game can accept up to four players and host it either on the same screen or online. "Playing Diablo III on a big screen with your friends brings a whole new level of intensity to the game," said Blizzard's CEO Mike Morhaime in a statement. "And with all of the control and interface adaptations we've made, it's extremely fun to play on PS3 and Xbox 360." Morhaime added that the console version would include "major content and design updates" they have made on the PC version of Diablo 3 since last year, as well as some "fine-tuning" that would set it apart from the popular PC time waster. One of the features from the PC version that allegedly would be removed from the console version is the much-dreaded "Real Money Auction House," where high-level items are being offered at as high as $250 worth of in-game gold, which players purchase using their credit cards. Diablo 3 for consoles will retail for $59.99, with both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions will drop simultaneously on September 3. Source: Neoseeker Read More

70 Million PlayStation 3 Units Sold in Six Years (1)

Sony Computer Entertainment has announced that 70 million units of its PlayStation 3 were sold cumulatively as of November 4th, a few days shy of the gaming console's sixth anniversary. In comparison, rival Xbox 360 from Microsoft achieved the 70 million cumulative sales mark back in September. Considering that the device was release about a year before the PS3, it took the Xbox 360 longer to clock up sales. Meanwhile, the Nintendo Wii (launched in 2006) remains the leader in console sales, achieving worldwide sales of 97.18 million units as of end of September 2012. Sony has also announced that global cumulative sales of PlayStation Move motion-based controller, its answer to the Microsoft Kinect and Nintendo Wii Remote, passed the 15 million unit mark on November 11. Launched in September 2010, the Move is now compatible to over 400 titles. Also, software titles fo PS3 has reached 3,590 with over 595 million units sold all over the world. Source: TechCrunch Read More

Sony PlayStation 3D Display (7)

Console gaming is becoming more and more advanced, not to mention more exciting as console game makers like Sony tries to develop new ways to enhance the gaming experience. This might also be needed in order to keep their new PlayStation consoles in demand from gamers. And this time, Sony is not just focusing on its consoles to keep the interest up. Sony has also recently introduced the new PlayStation 3D Display. The new Sony PlayStation 3D Display is a 24 inch LCD display that offers its users with full HD 1080p in 3D. The PlayStation 3D Display also offers a special two-player feature that optimizes two-player mode gaming by giving each person a full screen view of the action in full HD. It comes with built-in speakers and subwoofer and can be used for the PlayStation 3 as well as for PC or even a cable TV box. The new Sony PlayStation 3D Display is expected to be available this fall. It is expected to cost around US$499. Image Source: PlayStation Blog Read More

Playstation 3 Shipments Seized in Europe After Legal Dispute with LG (1)

Sony and LG have been suing one another over claims of patent infringements and it seems the Korean electronics manufacturer gains an upper hand after European customs officers have been ordered to seize shipments of Playstation 3. This comes after LG won a preliminary injunction against Sony. The Civil Court of Justice in the Hague, Netherlands, has ruled out that all new PS3s that are being imported into the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe for at least 10 days have to be confiscated. An extension of the injunction could mean the popular console disappearing from retail shelves. So far, tens of thousands of PS3s were seized in the Netherlands. The dispute centers on Sony's alleged infringement on the use of LG's Blu-ray technology. The Japanese electronics giant is trying to file an appeal to the European Patents Office as of this writing, hoping that the ban would be lifted in the soonest possible time. Meanwhile, LG could apply to the same office to get the 10-day import ban extended. The company could even apply for a court order to get the consoles destroyed. The two companies are involved in seven separate patent disputes. Sony is also seeking to block shipments of LG smartphones to the United States. Source: The Guardian, photo by David Levene Read More

Sony Bluetooth for PlayStation 3 Gets an Upgrade (2)

Sony updates its Bluetooth headset with a more elegant design. The latest model now features dual microphones, USB pairing, in-game status indicator, a charge cradle that also works as a desktop microphone, and a big mute button (just in case you need to curse your teammate 2,000 miles from you without them hearing it). It also becomes smaller and even glossier, yet still costs US$49.99. Expect the Sony Bluetooth headset for PlayStation 3 later this month. Source: Engadget Read More

New PlayStation 3 Bundles Announced (4)

The new slimmed-down version of PlayStation 3 will come in a bunch of variations. First, we have the Movie Bundle features a 320GB model with a PlayStation Eye, Move motion controller, and a Move-compatible game all for US$399. If you find that too pricey, there is a cheaper alternative. There is a 160GB unit that you can buy for only $300. Expect these packages to arrive at an authorized retail store near you sometime before the holidays. Source: CrunchGear Read More

PlayStation 3 Now HDTV-Ready (3)

Several years after its introduction, Sony PlayStation 3 is finally capable of playing games or movies in high-definition as its latest version now comes with a free HDMI cable. The latest PS3 bundles comes in either 120GB or 250GB edition, with the latter also coming with a 6-foot HDMI cable and the Greatest Hits Game of the Year Edition of LittleBigPlanet, both for free. The game and HDMI cable alone cost about US$50 for those who already bought the gaming console. This update has yet to be announced by Sony Computer Entertainment America, but PlayStation Lifestyle has reported that there are several retailers who have these latest PS3 models and will place them on the shelves once the official announcement comes underway. Source: PlayStation Lifestyle, via Engadget HD Read More

PlayStation 3 Motion Controller Formally Introduced as Move (0)

Sony Entertainment unveils its motion controller named More for the PlayStation 3 during this year's GDC, not Gem or Arc as previously posted.  There are actually two types, one with the familiar ball on top and nunchuk-like controller without the ball at the tip.  The two controllers can even be used simultenously, much like the Wiimote and nunchuk controller on the Nintendo Wii.  Latency is said to be under one frame, or probably around 30 microseconds.  So expect several demonstrations in the next coming days on how the Sony Move would incorporate motion to upcoming games.  Sony is said to be aiming for a US$100 starter kit, but we'll see if that materializes. Source:  CrunchGear Read More

Sony PlayStation 3 Slim (0)

Sony has recently said that it will be offering a lighter and slimmer version of the PlayStation 3 gaming console. The new PlayStation 3 Slim is said to be 36 percent lighter and 33 percent smaller than its predecessor. It also offers other features that consumers would likely welcome. First of all, the Sony PlayStation 3 Slim will be available in its 120 GB version. The previous 80 GB versions of the older PS3 console would be discontinued to give way for the PS3 Slim. Not only that, the Sony PlayStation 3 Slim will also be available worldwide for only US$ 299, quite a departure from its more expensive predecessor which may have cost Sony quite a lot in terms of retail sales. The new price tag would really seem quite an attractive feature to have for the Sony PS3 Slim. These new gaming console will be out in the market on September 1.Image Source: Sony Read More

Logitech Harmony Adapter for PlayStation 3 (0)

The Logitech Harmony universal remote control can command almost every important piece of your home entertainment system, except for one notable device:  Your PlayStation 3.  That problem would finally be over in a few weeks as Logitech has unveiled a Harmony Adapter specifically for PlayStation 3.  Just plug it on any Harmony remote and the adapter converts the infrared prompts into Bluetooth signal that the console understands.  The Harmony Adapter works with every Logitech Harmony remotes.  There are no compatibility issues whatsoever.  The adapter has controls for all 51 PlayStation 3 commands such as controlling your DVD and Blu-Ray Disc movies, navigating the XrossMediaBar, and even turns your PS3 on and off without using your game controller. The Harmony Adapter is compact and uncluttered.  It blends discreetly not only to your Harmony remote, but also to your whole home entertainment environment.  If you are having problems with the adapter or your Harmony remote, simply connect your remote to your computer and you are guided through every step with the help of our guided online setup.  This adapter uses AC power and Bluetooth wireless connection to communicate with your PS3.  Not only your remote works even when the console is on or off, it also keeps your USB ports available for more controllers. With the Logitech Harmony Adapter for PlayStation 3 in your, you can now control your entire home entertainment system.Image source:  Read More

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