With the news of a
Harry Potter movie coming out in digital format, we knew we would see tohers follow suit. And we were right. 20th Century Fox has decided to offer Live Free or Die Hard downloadable for computers and portable media devices.
It is said that the movies are complete, full quality and DRM-free. We'll believe it when we see it, but it is good to see that 20th Century Fox has started thinking outside of their name. (If you don't get the joke, listen to the show this week.)
It's official. The PlayStation 3 is finally getting to a price people might pay for it. The 80GB model is now $499 instead of $599. The 60GB model is now completely useless, also retailing for $499. The new 40GB model will launch Nov. 2, and will sell for $399.
The new cheaop-o model does have a fewmissing features, like no backward compatability. Sony's Jack Tretton says "We're choosing to focus on the PlayStation 2 consumer with the PlayStation 2, which remains incredibly relevant, and focus on the PlayStation 3 consumer with the new 40-gigabyte model and the great software coming out."
Nintendo announced that it will no longer support any of its old skool consoles, including the NES (Famicom), Super NES (Super Famicom), N64, Gameboy and Gameboy Pockets.
Nintendo cites the incredible difficulty involved in finding the parts and pieces to repair the consoles as the reason for the drop.
Maybe they should check
random countdown we told you about on Sunday? It turns out it wasn't for a Dark Void announcement. Nor was it about an explosion of their offices. It was an announcement of Street Fighter 4! If it had to be a sequel to an old game, we are definitely glad it was for Street Fighter one of our favorite franchises in gaming history.
Are you good at
Guitar Hero 2? Will you be in LA this weekend? Then why not take up a challenge from Target to become a pro? You can stop by any of the GH kiosks at the E for All event, play Guitar Hero 2 and try for a chance to be in the finals playing for $3000!
Even if you're not good, and just want to try out Guitar Hero 3, you can stop by and do that, too!
AT&T, the country's largest provider of wireless phone service, has followed the lead of Verizon Wireless in changing its contract terms. From now on, the early termination fee will be prorated, based on the customer's time into their contract (the farther along, the lower the fee).
Based on what we know about the wireless industry and the way handsets are priced, we suspect this will be reflected back into the pricing of the phones themselves.
The important thing to remember is, once you get pissed and destroy your iPhone, it won't cost as much to get out of contract.