We have been receiving reports that some users were unable to download media from the Media section. We believe we have located and fixed the issue. If anyone else experiences any further issues, please let us know, and thanks to those of you who informed us of the glitch!
Tonight we have launched version 4 of DDRLover! The new layout includes many features no previous version has had, including:
Categorized games Easy information creation and editing Calm, natural colors
We here at PLuGHiTz Technologies know that under version 3, many things were let lapse, such as locations and mixes being created and edited by you, the community. Fortunately, we developed a system for the staff to easily keep up with the many submissions we receive every day so that we can keep the site constantly up-to-date with the latest games, music and arcade locations that you care about!
We encourage all of our members to check the site and edit anything you see that is incorrect. If you are unable to correct anything, please let us know. If you would like to report an issue, click on my picture in the top-left and contact me or jump on the Community Forum and post in the help topics.
On behalf of everyone here at PLuGHiTz Technologies, we hope you enjoy the new DDRLover!
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Love the PLuGHiTz Live! Radio show but always wanted to see the hosts? Well, now you can! Check out the new PLuGHiTz Live! TV below (posted in 3 parts).
Check them out after the break!
Now that the format war has concluded,
Netflix will be raising the prices on Blu-Ray discs. They explain the hike on the price difference between Blu-ray and DVD discs. They have said that the increase will not be significant, and will only affect the less than 9% of their customer base that rents Blu-rays.
Anyone who knows anything about the PS3 knows Sony is losing their shirts on every PlayStation 3 they sell. Now that the parts are smaller and cheaper, that might be a thing of the past. Also, with smaller components, the rumors of a slimline PS3 are out in full force again. The smaller PS2 helped Sony last generation, so let's see if it helps the PS3. (BTW, more PS3s means more good PS3 games!)