After getting to delve into Sony’s preliminary slate of stereoscopic 3D games on the PS3, I have to say there’s a reason for all this excitement but also a reason for the skepticism.
Following some wayward code on the Hulu Plus page that was discovered, Hulu has confirmed that Playstation Plus will be required for its premium service at first, but then it will transition to a feature for all PS3 users.
It never stops; console makers continue to one-up each other, and now Sony is taking it up another notch with a 320 GB hard drive.
Sony's motion controller for the PS3 has already climbed into the top 10 video game items at ToysRUs.com, encouraging a strong beginning for the inventive PS3 controller.
Is Sony confusing gamers by simultaneously promoting the casual Move alongside its more core-oriented 3D titles?
Hulu's new premium TV-watching service is on its way to a whole bunch of platforms, but there are now rumors that the $10/month fee may not be the only cost that users face.
With this generation of home entertainment, Sony has taken a lot of risks. It put its neck on the line with the first fully-HD equipped video game console, it gambled with Blu-ray in the format war, and now it's pouring all sorts of money into 3D development.
Peter Molyneux, the man behind such high-concept video games as Black & White and Fable, says that Sony's Playstation Move is not really distinguishable from the Wii's motion controls.
Even though it took Microsoft nearly 5 years to incorporate wireless technology into the Xbox 360, a feature that PS3 had from day one, Microsoft now claims its console is technologically superior.
Nox Audio has debuted an $80 "cross-platform" headset for PCs, iPods and cell phones.
The $200 PS3, the ability to watch Hulu on Xbox 360, and yet another addition to the PSP library are all ideas that are now officially shelved to the pile of unsubstantiated E3 rumors.
One of the less inspiring parts of Sony's E3 presentation today was the introduction of a $50/year subscription service that gives gamers access to a handful of special and exclusive content, but there's nothing super exciting about it.
Without question, one of the biggest themes of this year's E3 expo will be 3D gaming, but Microsoft isn't quite ready to embrace the new standard.
Sony has confirmed the imminent launch of the first 3D games for its Playstation 3 (PS3) console.
Here's a change of the tides - Square Enix, which decided to turn the PS3-exclusive Final Fantasy XIII into a multiplatform game, has now placed an Xbox 360 exclusive on the PS3.
A handful of first-party PS3 games will be the first to incorporate the new stereoscopic 3D standard, and gamers should be happy to know that those 3D updates won't cost a thing.
Foxconn, the Taiwanese manufacturer that is responsible for creating iPods, Xboxes, Kindles, and cell phones, has brought in an army of counselors and even an exorcist to figure out why dozens of people continue to attempt suicide, and more than a handful have succeeded.
After years of lambasting Microsoft for charging users to access premium online services on the Xbox 360, Sony may finally break down and start doing the same thing on the PS3.
Many gamers were disappointed when Sony remotely deactivated the PS3's ability to run Linux or another operating system...but what happens when the US Air Force was using that feature for important computing processes?
Microsoft and LG have reportedly entered into a memorandum of understanding to jointly market the latter's new 3D televisions alongside 3D-enabled Xbox 360 games in the Asia Pacific region.