Have a PSP but not a PS3? There is a good chance of it. Well, now you can download PSP and PS1 games anyway. So long as you have a Windows-based PC, head on over to the
PlayStation Store and rustle you up some fine gaming.
Microsoft is stepping up its fight against its own machines. Microsoft will now be looking at the discs themselves inside each console while connected to
Live to detect if they are, in fact, exactly as they should be. If not, the console will be banned from the service, based on serial number, not gamertag. In other words, if you get caught, you get to buy a new console. Just don't buy it on eBay, as it is probably also banned already.
Uncharted: Drake's Fortune is Indiana Jones meets Pirates of the Caribbean. That is why it only makes sense that there be no blood shown.
That's right. Japan has decided that there will be no blood shown in the game. You can still shoot and fight, but there will be no visible response. Why would the consequences of our actions need to be shown to make the game more realistic? That would just be silly.
The rock band The Romantics are suing Activision because of the song "What I Like About You," which has a cover version on
Guitar Hero Encore: Rocks the 80s that sounds too much like them. If I'm not mistaken, the idea of a cover is to pay homage to the original artist, usually in the form of trying to mimic them down to the clothes they wear on stage.
The Romantics want the game pulled, we want the Romantics to get a life. Just be glad someone remembers you.
The Sidekick Slide, made by Motorola and released by T-Mobile, is having more problems than most other Sidekicks. When you flip out the screen, it has a tendency to turn off. That makes it a fearful experience just trying to use the phone.
Fortunately, T-Mobile has decided to try and do something right, and have stopped selling the phones until the problem can be isolated. If you already have one of the phones, you can go into a T-Mobile store and they have some options worked out.
Ever wanted a real Peavey guitar, but can't play? Well, now you can get a genuine Peavey guitar controller for Guitar Hero courtesy of
Says Steve Spurgeon, ArtGuitar CEO,
The AG RiffMaster Guitar Controller is ideal for anyone seeking the most realistic interaction with guitar-based music videogames. With the quality and value of a real guitar customized with iconic rock band artwork valued at $1,500 and up, the limited edition AG RiffMaster offered at $399 is an amazing value for music enthusiasts, collectors and gamers alike.