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Windows 8 will get grown-up games as Microsoft backtracks

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Shield your eyes! Microsoft has decided to allow mature games into the Windows Store after all.



Grown-ups now get to decide for themselves whether they want to pollute their eyes, brains and other squidgy bits with whatever manner of smut and filth they desire from their Windows PC. Previously Microsoft announced it wouldn’t sell any game with a 16+ PEGI rating in Europe or a Mature rating in the United States.

Games that are rated PEGI 18 for violence or other content unsuitable for delicate sensibilities will be sold on the Windows Store, the app store for Windows 8 computers and tablets.

Adult games on their way to the Windows 8 store include The Witcher and Grand Theft Auto IV, pictured above. 

Microsoft will prevent nippers from getting hold of games that could warp their tiny minds using Microsoft Family Safety, a feature that allows parents to monitor their younglings user account on your Windows 8 computer or tablet. Family Safety sends you a weekly review of your kid’s PC use, allowing you to monitor them first rather than restricting their use right from the off. You can then set extra options for limiting what your little’uns can or can’t do or how long they can do it for.

In the Windows Store, you can set a game rating level to make sure nippers can only download and play games that are appropriate to their age. Games rated higher can’t be downloaded, so they’ll have to borrow them off their mates in the playground on a floppy disk like we had to. 




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Posted on December 19th, 2012 by  |  No Comments »

PS3 Slim news: All they want for Christmas…

The people behind the video games you love tell us what they’re looking forward to playing over the Christmas break.

Draw up a fantasy list of dream careers and the job of video games developer would surely feature. You get to make and play amazing titles all day long, right? Make them, yes, but play them? Not always. That’s why the people involved in creating the biggest video games of 2012 – some of the most passionate fans there are – look forward to the chance to down tools over Christmas and catch up on the games their fellow developers have crafted.

Discover what the talented minds behind the likes of Wonderbook: Book of Spells, Dishonored and Need for Speed Most Wanted are hoping to unwrap on Christmas morning.

“Given all the superb releases in the last few months I wouldn’t normally have any time to leave the house. However, this year I’ve got a few great games to play on my PlayStation Vita, including LittleBigPlanet PlayStation Vita, Assassin’s Creed III Liberation and Need for Speed Most Wanted, while on my PlayStation 3 must-play list this Christmas are Wonderbook: Book of Spells, Sleeping Dogs and Hitman: Absolution.” (Robert Karp, producer, XDev Studio Europe)

“Obviously, Christmas is the season of goodwill, but I also like to think of it as the time when Santa dumps a load of wicked games down the chimney, and I take time off work to blast through them.

“This year, while my family busy themselves exchanging gifts, eating mince pies and enjoying a little quality time together, I’ll be battering my friends’ high scores and driving my way to the top of my Most Wanted List in Need for Speed Most Wanted on PS3. And if my family insist on me making an appearance at the dinner table, I’ll bring my PS Vita version and just keep on scoring.” (Rob O’Farrell, producer, Criterion Games)

“I’m looking forward to playing Dishonored on PS3 and having the time to finally finish Rayman Origins on my PS Vita.” (Warren Spector, vice president, Junction Point Studios)

“I’m way behind so I am looking forward to finally playing Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception. I’m also going to be catching up with The Walking Dead on my PS3.” (Paul Weaver, senior director, Junction Point Studios)

“I’ve started playing the adventure game, The Walking Dead, and I really like it. The branching choices are great and make it feel like my experience, my story. Harvey Smith [see below] and I are both playing XCOM: Enemy Unknown, along with people from the Dishonored team in Lyon and in Austin. There’s a good chance we’ll be starting it all over again during the holiday.” (Raphael Colantonio, president and co-creative director, Arkane Studios)

“XCOM: Enemy Unknown. I need to start again because my entire squad, in Iron Man mode, got slaughtered. All of them were named after friends and family. Raphael Colantonio and I died last, at least. Also, my wife is a PS Vita fanatic, so she will be playing LittleBigPlanet PS Vita and Sound Shapes. I love to watch her play and hear her commentary on what she likes in games and in the PS Vita system itself.” (Harvey Smith, co-creative director, Arkane Studios)

“I’ll be replaying Journey, squeezing in some fights on PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale and working my way through Papa & Yo. I love a good beat ‘em up, so I’m playing Double Dragon Neon which I got free through PlayStation Plus. I’m also travelling a lot over the holiday, so I have my PS Vita stocked up. I’m playing through LittleBigPlanet PS Vita, Gravity Rush and also Assassin’s Creed III Liberation.” (Brandon Laurino, executive producer, CCP Games) “My daughter and I have been discussing some themes and ideas for our next LittleBigPlanet PS Vita level. The plan is to get that up and running and play-tested (by Mummy), and then I have some serious catching up to do in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.” (Atli Már Sveinsson, creative director, CCP Games)

“I’m going away for the holidays with my family, so it’s all going to be about PS Vita. LittleBigPlanet PS Vita and Sound Shapes I’ve already started, and Christmas will be the perfect time to play them some more. Plus I’m really looking forward to playing two new exciting games, Surge and Big Sky Infinity, which I’m hoping everyone else picks up so I can challenge them on the leader boards.” (Paul Rustchynsky, design director, Evolution Studios)

“My stack of must-play games grows ever taller. I feel shame. But the annual mini-holiday grants me the opportunity to turn my attention to the pile. Beautiful, shiny, unopened PS3 versions of Far Cry 3, Dishonored and Deus Ex: Human Revolution (I am fully aware how long ago that came out) wait to be enjoyed with eggnog, turkey sandwiches and sometimes cake…in fact, most of the time cake.” (Matt Turner, scriptwriter, Ubisoft Montreal)

“Maybe I’ll put Heavy Rain back in the tray for a replay, or some XCOM: Enemy Unknown. As a lot of us are just taking a break after finishing Assassin’s Creed III, there’s also the threat of some four-player Borderlands 2 action, but the wife is already giving me the death stare and I’ve only just typed this.” (Alex Hutchinson, creative director, Ubisoft Montreal)

“I’ll be playing God of War Collection followed by God of War III as there’s nothing like a bit of Spartan spirit to warm up the festive period.” (Ben Walke, community manager, Codemasters)

“I’m hoping for a few new 3D Blu-ray movies from Santa to watch on my PS3. I’m also looking forward to Ratchet & Clank: QForce as it’s awesome in stereoscopic 3D and is good for all the family – I can buy it for the kids and play it myself when they’re in bed!” (Simon Benson, senior development manager, Evolution Studios)

“I can’t wait to play Assassin’s Creed III and FIFA 13, as well as watch trailers for Dead Space 3 and The Last of Us on my PS3 at home.” (Brian Hayes, creative director, EA SPORTS)

“2012 has been a busy year for London Studio – and this Christmas I fully intend to reap the rewards. My kids love Wonderbook: Book of Spells already and when their cousins are over at Christmas we will definitely be playing it. Let’s face it, everyone loves levitating a jar of eyeballs…

“I know that LittleBigPlanet Karting is on at least one wish list in our house as well as Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two and LEGO The Lord of the Rings. And we won’t forget our party favourites: SingStar and DanceStar Party Hits. Doubtless these will be a big part of our post-lunch afternoon. My niece has a grudge match with me on DanceStar Party as I beat her hands down last year. Merry Christmas everyone!” (Dave Ranyard, director, London Studio)

After a certain game yourself this Christmas? Why not head over to Facebook.com/SonyPlayStation and tell us what you’re most looking forward to playing. You never know, someone might spot your comment and take the hint…

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Posted on December 17th, 2012 by  |  No Comments »

Sony to relaunch PlayStation Store – Console news

The online virtual market is to receive an extensive makeover that makes it more inviting and logical to navigate

Sony has treated its web-based PlayStation Store to a major – and no doubt, PlayStation 3 owners would contend, much-needed – redesign. It will go live on 17 October, perfectly timed for the games industry’s crucial Christmas sales period, and amounts to a tacit acknowledgement by the Japanese company of the increasing importance of digital downloads in comparison with traditional disk-based games.

Gordon Thornton, vice-president of Sony Network Entertainment Europe network operations, explains the company’s motivation behind the redesign: “We wanted to create a PlayStation experience, and we wanted to address some of the issues that consumers were telling us about the old version, which were around search and navigation – they wanted us to make it easier for them to find content.” Sony took pains to emphasise that the move was consumer-led – according to its Game Store development manager, Elliott Dumville, “The essence of this is driven by what consumers are telling us – it’s not just that we read articles in the press, forums, blogs and so on. We’ve been getting to know our consumers better, getting to understand their needs, likes and dislikes as far as shopping for games and other content on the web is concerned.”

So what is new?

The most obvious alteration to the PlayStation Store is a new home page, titled What’s New, which scrolls sideways, carousel-fashion, and looks an awful lot more inviting than the old home page, featuring cutouts of games characters, screenshots, videos and a parallax effect which comes into play when you scroll. “It’s an all-new user interface,” says Dumville. “What’s New always covers a mixture of content, and what we asked was: ‘How do we make the products the stars of the store?’ So it’s a more HD experience – every page of the carousel has one ‘hero’ title.”

Perhaps more importantly for digital shoppers, the site’s structure has been improved. “One of our design principles was that we always want people to know where they are, so they never hit a dead end,” says Dumville. Thus, if you do scroll to the end of a section, you’re given a number of options to go to what Sony reckons are other parts of the site you might be seeking. The main menus at the left of the PlayStation Store are split into what Dumville calls “above the line and below the line” sections – so are essentially two menus in one.

One particularly welcome upgrade for more decisive digital shoppers is a proper filtering system. Dumville says: “You can filter by game type, price (such as seeing what’s available for under £10), online multiplayer games, release date, accessories and so on.” And Sony has ripped out the old search engine, with its familiar but ugly and rather daunting on-screen keyboard, with a much friendlier and more intelligent system, which encourages you to build searches one letter at a time, and tries to anticipate what you’re seeking. Dumville, for example, searched for Call of Duty Black Ops: Rezurrection by simply inputting R, E and Z. And he admitted: “One of the challenges for the existing store was if you were looking for an add-on to a game, you’d have to head to multiple places.” Basic stuff, for sure, but given the popularity of downloadable content these days, at least one cardinal sin previously performed by the store has been rectified.

Dumville and Thornton confirmed that the PS Vita and PSP Stores will remain separate entities from the PS3 store – you’ll have to select a menu option for each from the home page. “That comes from a lot of feedback that told us people don’t want to be distracted by things they aren’t interested in,” says Dumville. “Most consumers at the moment are looking for PS3 content.”

It would be easy to argue that the redesigned PlayStation Store is merely what it should have been in the first place, but Sony deserves credit for listening to its consumers and taking the trouble to fix it. It’s certainly impressive as such things go, in that it looks and feels inviting (surely, a greater inclination to browse will lead to more impulse purchases), and is much quicker, easier and more logical to navigate. And Dumville and Gordon promise that Sony will continue to update it, on a more or less fortnightly basis, with a flow of content including streaming trailers, and structural tweaks if consumers demand them.

PlayStation Store: key improvements

• Carousel-style, content-rich, side-scrolling menus.

• Full filtering system.

• Much friendlier and more intelligent search engine.

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Posted on October 13th, 2012 by  |  No Comments »

Sony announces new super slim PS3

Smaller, lighter version of the PlayStation 3 console to be available in 12GB and 500GB models

Sony is to launch a new smaller, lighter version of the PlayStation 3 console.

Half the weight and volume of the original machine, the update will be available in two specifications: one with a 500GB hard drive, which launches on 28 September, and the other, a budget version, arriving on 12 October with a 12GB flash memory.

Originally launched in 2006, the PS3 was redesigned in 2009 and has now sold in the region of 66m units worldwide.

The new version retains the curved styling of its predecessors and once again features a Blu-ray drive for playing high definition movies as well as games.

Owners are also able to use the hard drive to store photos and videos as well as digital games. Buyers of the limited 12GB flash version will be able to attach an external hard drive to boost capacity if needed.

Like Nintendo, Sony will allow stores to set the retail price for the new super slim consoles. However, the 500GB model is expected to match the current 320GB model (around £310), while the 12GB option, which is exclusive to Europe, should come in at the same price as the 160GB machine (£189-199).

Sony will also be making a range of bundle deals available in the run up to Christmas featuring titles such as Fifa 13 and Assassin’s Creed 3, as well as the company’s Wonderbook augmented reality reading peripheral.

Launching a refreshed machine with an “entry-level” option just before Christmas will suggest to many in the industry that this is the seven-year-old console’s last hurrah before the announcement of a follow-up at the E3 games conference in Los Angeles next June. Rival manufacturer Microsoft is also expected to reveal its successor to the Xbox 360 at the same event.

Sony announced the new machines at its press conference proceeding the Tokyo Game Show on Tuesday night.

The company also confirmed that its PlayStation Mobile platform will launch on 3 October. The service offers PlayStation certified games on compatible Android handsets and tablets.

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Posted on September 19th, 2012 by  |  No Comments »

PS3 news: Weekend Essentials 139

Make Hong Kong your virtual playground on PS3 this weekend and catch up on all the news from Europe’s biggest video game show.

Welcome to Hong Kong

The vibrant, sprawling metropolis of Hong Kong is yours to explore this weekend as Sleeping Dogs high kicks its way onto PlayStation 3. As undercover cop Wei Shen, you’ll use a dizzying array of martial arts moves, shooting action and brutal takedowns to eliminate the Triads from within. Torn between your loyalty to the badge and a criminal code of honour, are you prepared to risk everything?

Did you miss anything from gamescom 2012?

Thousands of gamers flocked to Cologne in Germany this week to get their hands on the latest and greatest PlayStation innovations. Sony Computer Entertainment Europe kicked off the action with a press conference on 14 August and you can catch its highlights on our official YouTube channel at youtube.com/sonyplaystation. Let us know what you think by joining the conversation on the future of PlayStation in the official PlayStation Forums at community.eu.playstation.com.

Play, compose and share

Available to download from PlayStation Store, the unique Sound Shapes is out now on PS3 and PlayStation Vita. Get it now and immerse yourself in a fresh take on classic side-scrolling platforming action, then create your own levels and share them with the rest of the PlayStation Community via PlayStation Network. Best of all, buy it once on either PS3 or PS Vita and download it to your other system at no extra cost, then use Cross-Save to play at home or on the move depending on your mood.

New to download

PlayStation Store is the place to go this weekend to pick up PS3 exclusive Papo & Yo, a fun-packed puzzle-platforming tale of a young boy named Quico and his best friend, Monster, a huge beast with razor-sharp teeth and an addiction to poisonous frogs. You’ll need to build your friendship with Monster by solving puzzles as you adventure through a magical world in which you can conjure up solid objects from thin air.

For a different kind of challenge, download Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends. Prove your driving credentials in the hot seat of some of the world’s most powerful cars across a series of single player and online multiplayer modes?

Try before you buy

Download new demos from PlayStation Store this weekend. Get a taste of high fantasy, open-world action in the Dragon’s Dogma Adventure demo as you battle through to a thrilling showdown with a fearsome magical beast, then take a sneak peek at the mean streets of Hong Kong in the Sleeping Dogs demo. Grab them now from PlayStation Store at no extra cost.

More for your PS3 games

Two of the most popular titles on PS3 have brand new content available on PlayStation Store this weekend. All the family can get creative with the Disney Princess Costume Pack 2 for LittleBigPlanet, featuring four costumes based on iconic characters including Ariel from The Little Mermaid and Belle from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.

Alternatively, shooter fans can snap up Elite Drops 16, 17 and 18 to experience thrilling new maps and scenarios for the best-selling Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, including the adrenaline-pumping Vertigo in which players must shoot down waves of helicopters from the rooftop of a luxury hotel before parachuting to a ground level extraction point.

More from PlayStation

Keep an eye on PlayStation.Blog at blog.eu.playstation.com for the latest PlayStation news.

Visit eu.playstation.com/competitions for your chance to win great prizes.

Follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/PlayStationEU.

Join in with a variety of activities on the Official PlayStation Facebook page at facebook.com/SonyPlayStation.

Have your say in the official PlayStation Forums at community.eu.playstation.com.

Sign up to Inside PS Vita at eu.playstation.com/psvita to be first with the news on the revolutionary handheld.

Check out pictures from recent events and the latest PlayStation games at flickr.com/playstationblogeurope.

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Posted on August 17th, 2012 by  |  No Comments »

Sony PlayStation Vita overheats, tech watchdog investigates – Console news



Mind your fingers, gamers — the Sony PlayStation Vita has suffered problems with overheating while charging.



More than 30 people have complained about the Vita heating up: 23 in Japan and eight in the US, Europe and Australia. That’s not many in the grand scheme of things, but it is enough for Japanese consumer body the National Institute of Technology and Evaluation to investigate the complaints.


The Vita is reported to overheat while charging, with the cable burning out and changing colour. Sony blames customers getting their Vita grimy: “When the PS Vita or multi-use terminal on its USB cable have foreign matter or liquids on them and are connected for charging etc, a partial short that leads to the terminal burning out can occur.”



Sony adds, “There is no defect”, and will not be recalling any units.

Anyone affected by overheating can exchange their Vita, but for a fee — so don’t get liquid, food or general gunk on your charging cable, you mucky pups, or you’ll have to fork out.




The Vita suffered early problems when it was launched in December last year. It sold in the hundreds of thousands in the first weekend on sale in Japan but some of those wouldn’t turn on.



Still, it’s a rare bit of kit that works perfectly for everyone from day one. The new iPad, iPod nano and Sony Bravia TVs have all been known to overheat to varying degrees of meltiness.


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Posted on July 27th, 2012 by  |  No Comments »

PS3 Slim news: Rainbow Moon: Release Dates Confirmed, Pricing, and Developer Diaries

Latest news: A lot of tasty Rainbow Moon news has come our way recently.

First of all, the release dates and pricing have been confirmed and are as follows:

Europe (SCEE): July 4th (12.99/£9.99)
North America (SCEA): July 10th (US$ 14.99)
Southeast Asia (SCE Asia): July 10th (US$ 14.99) Slim-PS3.com is updated frequently per day with the very latest Free Slim PS3 news.

Posted on June 30th, 2012 by  |  No Comments »

Nintendo 3DS XL has 4.9-inch screen, out in the UK in July

Nintendo’s made a super-size version of its 3DS console, dubbed the Nintendo 3DS XL, and has confirmed that it’ll be released across Europe on 28 July, and will be sold — astonishingly — with no charger.

Called the 3DS LL in Japan, this gargantuan handheld offers a 4.88-inch (but let’s just call it 4.9, shall we?) upper screen — almost as massive as the gargantuan PlayStation Vita’s.

The lower screen measures 4.2 inches on the diagonal — compare that with 3 inches for the current 3DS. It’ll come with a 4GB SD card and in three colour options: silver and black, red and black, or blue and black.

The new machine measures 156 by 93 by 22mm, which means that despite its extra size, it’s only a tiny bit thicker. It is heavier though, tipping the scales at 336g compared to the 3DS’ 235g weight.

A new design has been thrust upon this mammoth system, with rounded edges that bring the system in line with Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U console. Battery life seems to have been given a boost too, with Nintendo touting three and a half to six hours of game play.

So what’s missing? Well, there’s still only one analogue stick — despite the increased real-estate Nintendo hasn’t opted to add a second waggle-wand to the 3DS XL, meaning if you want to play with two sticks you’ll still need something like the funny-lookin’ Slide Pad.

It doesn’t look like the screen resolution has been boosted, so although visuals will be physically bigger, there won’t be any more detail to see. As such, you might find things looking occasionally blocky.

Finally, the 3DS XL doesn’t come with an AC adaptor in the box, so you’ll have to buy one separately. “Even with the addition of the bigger screen,” Ninty explains, “Nintendo’s aim was to still make the system available at a reasonable purchase price.

“Because of this,” the house of Mario continues, “and because so many fans already own a previous handheld, an AC adaptor will not be included.”

The 3DS hasn’t exactly been a roaring success, with Nintendo issuing a price drop last year to tempt gamers into trying its no-glasses 3D console — so I’m not sure exactly how many people will already have spare chargers lying about. I wonder how many kids will be left playing with an unchargeable gadget come Christmas morn’.

Finally the size is a double-edged sword. This giant new system could make the most of those three-dimensional visuals, but it will make the system much less portable.

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Posted on June 27th, 2012 by  |  No Comments »

news: Wonderbook™: Book of Spells comes to life on PS3

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Bring wizardry to life in your living room on PlayStation 3.

At its pre-E3 press conference on 4 June 2012 in Los Angeles, Sony Computer Entertainment announced Wonderbook: Book of Spells from SCE London Studio in collaboration with J.K. Rowling. Wonderbook: Book of Spells is the first title to be published which uses the innovative new PlayStation 3 peripheral, Wonderbook, and will transform the world around you with the next step in reading and augmented reality gaming.

It is also the first product to result from Sony’s partnership with Pottermore, J.K. Rowling’s unique and free-to-use website that builds an exciting online experience around the reading of her hugely successful Harry Potter™ books.

One Book: a Thousand StoriesWonderbook will bring to life a thousand stories in one physical book with a brand new series of adventures and experiences to explore. A powerful storytelling vehicle and tool for the imagination, Wonderbook will bring exclusive content in immersive new ways by putting you at the heart of the action, using augmented reality technology to transform the world around you. Bringing mystery and discovery to your living room, Wonderbook titles will draw you into new worlds, and give you the chance to live in the stories you love.

The first story: Wonderbook: Book of Spells

Book of Spells is the first title for Wonderbook, the latest addition to the PlayStation experience. Written by Miranda Goshawk over two hundred years ago, Book of Spells can be found in the Restricted Section of the Hogwarts™ library.  It is an advanced textbook for students, which will assist them on their journey to becoming an accomplished witch or wizard.

Book of Spells provides students with a safe environment in which to read, discover, learn and practise spells they already know and love, such as Incendio, Wingardium Leviosa and Expelliarmus, as well as discover mischievous notes and spells scribbled into the margins by previous Hogwarts students, and humorous anecdotal facts relating to the spells. J.K. Rowling has written a conundrum that leads you through the experience, providing insight into the values a witch or wizard has to learn, and inviting you to journey through the book to unlock new content, rewarding successful students along the way.

Features

Discover the magicWonderbook takes augmented reality to spectacular new places with an intuitive and easy to use book. Tilting, rotating, or simply turning the pages bring stories to life all around you like never before.

Learn the art of spell-castingChapter by chapter, you will be able to read about and practise 20 spells, picking up valuable experiences and lessons along the way – as well as house points – just like a student at Hogwarts.Original content from J.K. RowlingFrom the world of Harry Potter, the Book of Spells reveals new and exciting content by the world’s best-loved author. Offering backstories to the famous spells, valuable lessons and brand new creatures, student wizards can unlock more writing with every chapter test.

Keep an eye on eu.playstation.com and PlayStation.Blog at blog.eu.playstation.com for more exciting developments ahead of the product’s launch later in 2012.

 

 

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Posted on June 5th, 2012 by  |  No Comments »

news: G4 – One Piece: Pirate Warriors Hands-on Preview — Weird, Wild, Elastic Stuff

G4’s Kevin Kelly writes, “Based on the ultra-popular Japanese manga, One Piece: Pirate Warriors is coming to North America and Europe after being released in Japan last month, and it is truly one of the most bizarre (and enjoyable) Japanese properties Ive spent time with in a good long while.” Slim-PS3.com is updated frequently each day with the latest Free Slim PS3 news and games reviews.

Posted on April 17th, 2012 by  |  No Comments »