I’ve just set up a little web app for Gran Turismo 5 players to store their tuning settings and vote on the best tuning settings for seasonal events. Head over to Gran Turismo Help and check it out!
Archive for the ‘Playstation 3’ Category
I’ve just posted my DJ Hero review over at Gizmag. I went into it with an open mind and was pleasantly surprised…
We’re going to take a look at the list of top video game sales from Amazon. This list doesn’t count the systems, accessories, or downloadables. I always found it weird that Amazon had a section of “Top Video Games” and they count accessories and the like. I’ve compiled the top 25 games so you don’t have to. There’s some analysis after the jump.
1.Wii Fit - Wii
2.Mario Kart Wii with Wii Wheel - Wii
3.Pokemon Platinum - DS
4.Wii Sports Resort (Pre-Order) - Wii
5.Wii Play with Wii Remote - Wii
6.My Fitness Coach - Wii
8.Killzone 2 - PS3
9.Mario Kart DS - DS
10.Shaun White Snowboarding - Wii
I’ve just posted my review of Killzone 2 over at Gizmag. For once, you can believe the hype.
Killzone 2 Review [Gizmag]
Next time you fire up Super Stardust HD, you’ll be prompted to download the 4.00 update, adding support for custom soundtracks and Trophies (and making SSHD the first game to do either).
Here’s a list of the Super Stardust HD trophies:
- Hero of Lave - Complete planet Lave
- Hero of Coventina - Complete planet Coventina
- Hero of Nemain - Complete planet Nemain
- Hero of Taranis - Complete planet Taranis
- Hero of Segomo - Complete planet Segomo
- The Tokenizer - Collect 5 tokens with a single boost in Arcade
- Scrooge MacBoom - Get 10 bombs in Arcade
- Extra Ships Optional - Survive 7 minutes without dying in Endless*
- Close Encounters - Survive 45 seconds without shooting or using bombs in Survival*
Firmware 2.40 is now live on the PlayStation Network, adding the long-awaited in-game XMB access, a Trophy system, and gives developers everything they need to support custom soundtracks.
Trophies are an unashamed carbon copy of the Xbox 360 Achievement system, the first of many steps Sony will have to make in order to catch up with Microsoft’s dominant online service.
Amazon has opened pre-orders for the Blu-ray Collector’s Edition of Iron Man, and knocked the price down to $28. Unfortunately, they also put a Region 1 code on the disc, so those of you outside the US/Canada will have to wait.
Consider me shattered this is disc is region-locked - I’m not sure how things fare in Europe, but most studios take way too long to bring their Blu-ray releases to Australia. Cloverfield and Resevoir Dogs are both still over six weeks away, with their region-locked US counterparts having been available for a good while. Do they want my money or not?
Iron Man Special Collector’s Edition pre-orders open [HD Cheaply]
They’re here! Mana Knight has found PlayStation Network Cards in the US at Meijer - who are the only people currently selling the cards, according to a manager at the PlayStation Network Hotline. So those of you in the Meijer-inhabited states of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, and Ohio are in luck - the rest of you will have to keep looking.
Sony has confirmed the release date of SingStar Volume 2 for the PlayStation 3 - provided you’re in a PAL territory. Australians get their on June 19, with Europe waiting an extra day to make fools of themselves on June 20. Click through for the tracklist.