Sony Ericsson‘s Aino isn’t the PSP phone, but maybe it’s the next best thing—it’s the first phone with Remote Play, so you can remotely control your PS3 and watch videos from it over Wi-Fi or anywhere through the internet. Why the hell didn’t Sony do this before? [Source: GizModo]
Just bought Resident Evil 5…can’t wait to go home and check out its graphics. I still remember that I got scared of playing the first gen at afei’s place. The new one “supposely” is not that scary and more focus on the play style. The co-op feature should be fun and great!
Again…just got my 3rd PS3 game: Killzone 2. Also got a bluetooth headset for it so I can chat with my friends in game. I am an enthusiastic Counter-Stirke player since 1st year of college life until now. 1st personal shooting plus online multi player environment is just the killer combo…every male gamer will fall
This may be an interesting concept for a controller, but I can’t figure out what the point of it is. What’s the benefit of being about to twist the two sides of your controller around? Apparently, it’s designed as another way to control what’s on the screen. You twist the controller, the dude on the
SF IV is my 2nd PS3 game. SF plays an unforgettable role in my childhood memory that I used to play with other teens in a smoky arcade room a “decade” ago…And I believe this new release will rock 2! Several of my friends already purchased this game and we are ready to battle each
Prince of Persia is my first PS3 game. Really satisfied with its graphics. The watercolor painting theme is just off the hook. Feel like playing games in a comic book. Highly recommanded!
This game will be played similar to Guitar Hero and Rock Band, but the player will use a turntable controller to play the game. The turntable controller is called the “Scratch Deck,” was created by Numark, the world renowned DJ equipment manufacturer. I definitely will purchase this game if I have a PS3 or Xbox360.
From the folks at PlayStation: The brief was to create a promo outlining key moments in our ‘twisted’ history of the Resistance universe. Where most first-person shooters are based in either a Sci-fi or World War II context, Resistance blends the two with a story set in an alternative version of the 20th Century. In