This Week on PlayStation Network – Magic, Monster Trucks, Apaches, and Murder Video Feature
This Week on PlayStation Network - Unlikely Allies, Undead Rise Again, and More
This Week on PlayStation Network - Fast Hedgehogs, Viral Outbreaks, and More Force Powers
TGS 2010: Sony 3D Panel
The Future of Gaming: 3D Gaming
This Week On Playstation Network - Lots of Air Combat, Stunts, and Trailers Video Feature
3D Gaming Video Feature
50+ PS3 games going 3D - Report
Sony says 20 first-party games are being given three-dimensional graphics; third-party 3D outreach on the rise.
PS3s getting 3D Blu-ray playback Sept. 21
Sony reveals next firmware update will add 3D Blu-ray playback to the console's list of functionalities; current catalog includes Monster House, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
Sony launches 3D PS3 games tomorrow
First batch of stereoscopically enhanced titles includes Wipeout HD, Super Stardust HD, PAIN, and MotorStorm Pacific Rift demo; first 3D Move game confirmed.
Wii, Natal-mocking PS3 ad says PlayStation Move due by November
Latest "It Only Does Everything" TV spot blasts Wii Remote waggle, Xbox 360's controller, confirms camera-and-LED controller-based system will be out before holidays.
PlayStation Move to cost under $100, SOCOM 4 support revealed, full conference video inside
[UPDATE 2] GDC 2010: Sony press event reveals name for PS3 motion controller, Nunchuk-style sub-controller due this holiday; Little Big Planet; starter kit includes a game, controller, and PlayStation Eye; ...
Uncharted, others to be PSP Pinball Heroes
ESRB rates handheld spin-offs of Sony first-party properties, including Hot Shots Golf, Pain, High Velocity Bowling.
PS3 motion controller games named; PSP Go gets accessorised
TGS 2009: Sony reveals new and existing first-party games that will use its motion sensing technology next spring, including a PS3 Ape Escape and Echochrome 2.
Smash Cars peels out in PSN update
RC racer arrives with Bloody Roar and Warriors Orochi; Andy Dick in Pain, BlazBlue charges for downloadable colors.
Rad Doll Kung Fu fights for free on PSN
Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic received a critical drubbing when it first debuted for $9.99 on the PlayStation Network in April. Happening upon perhaps the best way for ...
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