This is the Store update for North America which occurs every Tuesday, the European Store updates occur every Wednesday.
- SOCOM 4 Multiplayer Beta (PS+)
- PS Move Heroes & PS+ Trial (Thursday)
- DC Universe (Full Downloadable Game)
- Ghostbusters: Sanctum Of Slime Game & Demo
The full list of content can be found after the break:
Hey everyone, i have a few DLC codes to give away to you! Here is what is available:
6 Killzone 3: Retro Map Pack DLC
2 Gran Turismo: Special Tuned Car
1 Battlefield: Play4Free Beta Code (PC Only)
*Extras (it is possible that i will have even more codes to give out later).
This is also for US members only.
I’m going to keep this giveaway as simple as i can, so please follow the instructions below (after the break):
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You may be wondering, what does this have to do with gaming? well, let me tell you, it has a lot to do with gaming, specially if you just bought OnLive’s micro console. Unlimited date will soon be a thing of the past for all AT&T customers, as the company confirms it will put a cap on data usage for its DSL and U-verse broadband services. Customers who exceed a monthly limit of 150GB of data in three separate months will be charged $10 extra for every additional 50GB of data they consume. Customers subscribing to AT&T’s fast U-verse broadband service will have a limit of 250GB. the new policy goes into effect starting May 2.
The new capped data policy is aimed at reining in heavy data users. The way it will work is that only users who exceed the new usage cap three times will be charged the overage fees. AT&T will alert users multiple times if they are near the limit or if they exceed their limit. To put this type of usage into context, Comcast says on its web site explaining the policy that customers would have to do any one of the following to exceed its 250GB cap.
- Send 50 million e-mails (at 0.05KB per e-mail)
- Download 62,500 songs (at 4MB per song)
- Download 125 standard-definition movies (at 2GB per movie)
- Upload 25,000 high-resolution digital photos (at 10MB per photo)
Sadly, there is no way of knowing how much data online gaming consumes. This will a lot of gamers who spend hours playing Call of Duty, Killzone and many other games that are more enjoyable when you play it online. My Netfilx account will become obsolete and the Netflix app on my Playstation 3 will be useless. Don’t be to happy just because your are not with AT&T because if this works for them then it wont be long before other companies start to do the same.
This is the PlayStation Store update for Europe which occurs every Wednesday, the North American Store updates occur every Tuesday.
- MotorStorm Apocalypse Single Player Demo
- Explodemon! Trial & Unlock
- Bionic Commando: Rearmed 2 Demo
- AC Brotherhood – The Da Vinci Disappearance DLC
The list of full content can be found after the break:
This is the PlayStation Store update for North America which occurs every Tuesday, the European Store updates occur every
- Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood – The Da Vinci Disappearance (DLC)
- Mortal Kombat Demo (PS+ Only)
- Killzone 3 Soundtrack
- QORE Episode 34
The full list of content can be found after the break:
SOCOM 4 developer Zipper Interactive has revealed the PlayStation 3-exclusive shooter’s multiplayer beta schedule, a multi-step program that will see it rolled out gradually to ever-larger groups from March 15.
Initially, it’ll be private for select “eligible players,” who’ll soon be contacted if they’re one of the lucky ones. On March 22, PlayStation Plus subscribers get in. Come March 29, it’ll open to everyone with a code from Killzone 3. Finally, on April 5, it’ll become an open beta, freely available to everyone on the PlayStation Network.
The beta will contain two maps and the game’s four multiplayer modes. It’ll shut down on April 13, in advance of the game’s April 19 launch.
As most of you have noticed, the news has be coming a little slow lately and we hope this will be one big fix for the issue, please welcome a new author to the site MAXVTEC, his bio below.
It has been over two decades since I played a video game for the first time, I started the same way as thousands of other gamers playing Super Mario on the NES (Nintendo Entertainment System). Oh what a glorious day that was until I found out my controller was not plugged in. The first game console I could really call my own was a Super Nintendo, by 1996 I moved on to the revolutionary Playstation One clocking in thousands of gameplay hours and pay thousands of dollars in electric bills. Then the Playstation 2 came out and I partied like it was that Y2K thing all over again.
I’m currently on my third Xbox 360, first two died from a horrible depressing decease called RROD. On November 10, 2006 I experienced what it was like to be a homeless sleeping outside an electronic store waiting for it to open next morning to purchase my Playstation 3. It got worse, when they finally opened the store me and about 50 other frozen souls were slapped across the face with “we don’t have any PS3′s,” and then a sour after taste, “we do have Nintendo Wii’s in stock”. After all the pain and suffering I finally got my Playstation 3 months later during the second shipment. In my opinion, the Playstation 3 is one of the most beautiful consoles ever made. Shiny and expensive like a diamond, its eye candy with sexy curves like a super model.
When it comes to games, I don’t even know where to start. I have played them all well, at least the good ones. Metal Gear, Resident Evil, Ico, you name it i have probably played it. I’m currently enjoying Killzone 3, when it comes to trophies I’m still in level 13. I owned a Wii but sold it because the graphics were horrible, I was playing COD W@W online once and I could not tell if it was a bush or someone shooting at me, it turned out to be a dog. Like most gamers I like to stay current with technology I also own a few iOS devices, PSP GO, and I owned a DS at some point in my life. Last but not least, I defected from Windows to the Mac operating system about a year ago and I’m glad I jumped out of that window.
It seems that Sony is trying to get the last of life out of the PSP before the NGP releases later on. No huge games have really been announced for the PSP this year but it is only the last year for the PSP so not very much support is expected. Even though PSP wont see much new major games this year Sony is doing big things to old games and the system itself. First of all the biggest news is that the PSP has dropped in price to $129.99 and can be bought right now at that price (I would probably wait to buy the NGP though!)
Next up there are some games that will be added to the PSP’s Greatest Hits Line-up ($19.99 a game) and its “Favorites” line-up ($9.99 a game) and here they are!
New PSP “Greatest Hits” Titles ($19.99)
- Assassin’s Creed Bloodlines
- DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY
- LittleBigPlanet (PSP)
- METAL GEAR SOLID: PEACE WALKER
- Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters
- Resistance: Retribution
- Toy Story 3: The Video Game
New PSP “Favorites” Titles ($9.99)
- CRISIS CORE-FINAL FANTASY VII
- Monster Hunter Freedom Unite
- Killzone: Liberation
- SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALs: Fire Team Bravo
- Tomb Raider Anniversary
Above this text is the new launch trailer for the highly anticipated game, Killzone 3. It releases today! (Sadly people in Europe will have to wait until Friday). From what we’ve been seeing, there are a lot of improvements and just an overall better looking experience from the second game in the series. The game has been getting some good reviews from the big review sites ranging from 8.5 to 9.5. Many people have it and are playing with it right now too, remember to check out US_ARMY’s Twitter to see what he’s been doing on Killzone 3. Most importantly of all, I always love reading your comments so give us a quick update on how you like it so far or if you plan to get it if you don’t have it!