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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #40 on: September 14, 2005, 08:05:01 AM »
That is not the only thing. The consumer only follows the producer. If all the companies hop on the MS bandwagon and bring exclusives to the 360 who is gonna back SONY? The only trump card the SONY is holding is the SCEA company. SquareEnix and ROckstar to name a couple companies that were initially all SONY have signed with the 360 not to mention some of the producers of some of the most memorable games (Street Fighter, Final Fantasy) have signed first priority to MS with their own EXCLUSIVE companies.

MS is doing some SERIOUS P.R. this rounds with the comapnies and its beginning to show. Most of these companies dont care WHO is on top, they just want to know how much they will GET PAID for doing what they do. That would include consumers and the value of the game. That however is secondary. If MS pays X dollars and SONY is paying Y Dollars where X is more, where you think they gonna go? I always say......money talks. and MS doin PLENTY talking

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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #41 on: November 30, 2005, 03:33:11 PM »
Ok yea..I dont really like to revive an old thread, but then again, doh really wanna make a new one...

Even though this is speculation, I dont see how it can be otherwise...


Thats so cool...pretty much what ive been trying to say, but a picture is worth a thousand words...but a moving one is worth even more!

Also, in other news...well instead of me typing over EVERYTHING i'll just quote most of it.... And to sum it from now...there is going to be a MAJOR convention comming up, sony has promised us a big suprise (i know for a fact that certain people *cough cough* are going to speak about sony's promises....<_<...but whatever)

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Yes i know dont get our hopes up again ut i made it any ways.
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Gaming
Reach the next level.

Take your business to the next level. Gaming and digital entertainment make the International CES a massive multiplayer for those looking to profit in 2006. The business year starts here for the consumer electronics industry — the largest consumer technology tradeshow. Join the who's who in consumer technology in Las Vegas January 5-8, 2006.
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Gaming Exhibitors
It's all fun and games for AMD, Apex Digital, ATI, Logitech, Nvidia, Alienware, Microsoft, Sony and Gizmondo. Okay, maybe not all. These companies are serious when it comes to gaming and digital entertainment, and that's why they'll be at the 2006 International CES.

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Meeting the need for high definition video - the Blu-ray Disc is here.  Blu-ray offers five to 10  times more storage capacity than DVD, offering room for interactive and bonus features for Hollywood movies or more room for storing personal, digital assets such as photos, music, data and video.  With 25-50 GB data capacity, Blu-ray Disc is the high definition format of choice. Blu-ray Disc is supported by more CE, PC, gaming and entertainment companies than any other HD format, offering consumers a broad range of hardware and content to choose from, as well as the ability to enjoy their Blu-ray discs (and existing DVDs) in more players, PC and gaming consoles.

we might learn something about blue ray.
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Bluetooth
Sands Expo and Convention Center
Sponsor(s): Bluetooth SIG

We all want low-cost, low-power wireless personal connectivity—at our fingertips. If you want to see the newest developments in short-range wireless technologies and interoperability, you need to make your way to the Bluetooth TechZone at the 2006 International CES. Make strategic connections at the only show focused on the most complete range of technologies servicing the entire consumer electronics market.

What to expect

    * Software developers
    * Silicon vendors
    * Peripheral and camera manufacturers
    * Mobile PC manufacturers
    * Handheld device developers
    * Consumer electronics manufacturers
    * Car manufacturers
    * Test and measurement equipment manufacturers


Bluetooth TechZone exhibitors are members of the Bluetooth SIG.

2005 participating exhibitors included: 

    * Airlogic
    * Cardo Systems Inc.
    * CC & C
    * Cellpoint Connect AS
    * DSP Group Inc.
    * freedom input.com
    * Gennum Corp.
    * mVox Electronics, Inc.
    * VXI Corporation
    * Zeevo

we might learn something about bluetooth ans PS3.

http://www.cesweb.org/attendees/show_floor/maps/default.asp

you will get the full picture of it.

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Sony Corp. of America
10202 W. Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
Telephone: 310 244 3698
Fax: 310 244 1866
E-mail: alessi@am.sony.com
URL:    CEA Member
 
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Company Booth(s):    
Booth Number   Show Location   
 RD1   Renaissance

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Company Contact(s):
   None listed.

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Brand Name(s):
   None listed.

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Product Categories:
   None listed.

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New Product(s):    None listed.

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Export Market(s):   None listed.

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Financial Exchange(s):   None listed.

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Public
Relations Contact(s):    Year-round
None listed.

   On-site (at the show)
None listed.


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Investor
Relations Contact:    
None listed.

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Press Event(s):   Sony Press Conference


Attention exhibitors: Edit your directory listing.

sony has a press confrence

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Press Event Detail
Sony Press Conference
January 4, 2006, 5:15 PM - 6:15 PM    [Add to Outlook Calendar]
Booth #14200 LVCC
   
 
Press event
 
This event is sponsored by: Sony Corp. of America
[view exhibitor details]

Contact:  Rick Clancy rick.clancy@am.sony.com 


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2006 International CES Exhibitor Directory
Sony Electronics Inc.

Sony Electronics Inc.
16450 W. Bernardo Dr.
San Diego, CA, CA 92127
USA Telephone: 858-942-2400
URL: www.sonystyle.com   CEA Member
 
Sony Electronics is the largest component of Sony Corporation of America, the U.S. holding company for Sony's U.S.-based electronics and entertainment businesses. Sony's principal U.S. businesses include: Sony Electronics Inc., Sony Music Entertainment Inc.; Sony Pictures Entertainment; Sony Broadband Entertainment; Sony Computer Entertainment America.
 
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Company Booth(s):    
Booth Number   Show Location   
 N110   Meeting Room
 14200   Central Hall

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   None listed.

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Export Market(s):   None listed.

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Financial Exchange(s):   
Exchange    Ticker Symbol
New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)   SNE

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Public
Relations Contact(s):    Year-round
Kirstie Pfeifer
Ph: 858-942-2400

   On-site (at the show)
Kirstie Pfeifer
Ph: 858-942-2400

Sony Electronics Inc.
John Dolak
Ph: 858-942-2400

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Investor
Relations Contact:    
Justin Hill
Ph: 212-833-6800

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Press Event(s):   None listed.

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Day 1 Opening Keynote Address: Sony Chairman and and CEO Sir Howard Stringer
9 a.m. Thursday, January 5, Las Vegas Hilton Theater
CES welcomes the return of Sir Howard Stringer, chairman and CEO of Sony Corporation. Appointed chairman and CEO of Sony in June 2005, Stringer also serves as the head of Sony Corporation of America and as a member of Sony's board of directors. See more about this and other keynotes.



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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #42 on: November 30, 2005, 03:47:39 PM »
i hate fanboys  :rolleyes:
can we bring back this argument when ps3 comes out
360 is here for yall that want it enjoy the moment and plus
there are still tons of games for ps2 , xbox and gamecube ...
>.> next gen nirvana has not fully reached yet so RELAX TILL IT OCME OUT
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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #43 on: November 30, 2005, 03:48:56 PM »
lol, whats that supposed to mean?

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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #44 on: November 30, 2005, 03:50:19 PM »
none i jus frustrated at seeing all this movement towards all 3 next gen consoles man



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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #45 on: November 30, 2005, 03:52:04 PM »
I dont feel SONY will use that controler. Seeing the thing up close, it just dont look right atall. The thumbsticks should be offset and that thing have carpel tunnel write all over it. No freedom of wrist movement.

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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #46 on: November 30, 2005, 03:54:04 PM »
ahh my ignorance of the topic lead to my annoyance lol
well the controller isnt bad but honestly it could be a prototype and what well see in the finishing product is a even better sleeker interface but hell i love the dual shock 2 why not jus make a sleeker interface dualshock 3 cause normal ps2 controllers rock already



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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #47 on: November 30, 2005, 03:56:52 PM »
i hate fanboys  :rolleyes:
can we bring back this argument when ps3 comes out
360 is here for yall that want it enjoy the moment and plus
there are still tons of games for ps2 , xbox and gamecube ...
>.> next gen nirvana has not fully reached yet so RELAX TILL IT OCME OUT

lol, ok yea...i understand your point and all....but you rather sitting in the dark not knowing anything untill it finally comes out?

I dunno about you, but i like getting small bits of snippiets of info...builds up the anticipation (well...i guess thats the point of it)

And I'm just saying on my behalf, personally, I dont care about this 'war' very much...I already knwo I wanna get a ps3 mostly because of the games that are going to be on it...i have nothing against the 360 (maybe alittle against M$, but not the xbox...)

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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #48 on: November 30, 2005, 04:03:52 PM »
ok ^_^
but again i really do hate the fannies lol

well first off i dont sit in the dark when the system is near launch date
then i do the research it helps cause then everything is on fine print and nothing can be altercated
which saves me the trouble of reading news and anticipating something that is ever changing



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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #49 on: December 16, 2005, 06:26:08 AM »
hehe

you said fannie

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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #50 on: March 03, 2006, 12:56:55 PM »
heres a article of acumalitve(sp?) info for the ps3....most of the stuff is already known...BUT LOOK AT THE GAMES!! WOW!

http://www.1up.com/do/feature?cId=3148332

THATS ALOT OF NUTS GAMES!!(for those of you who have seen kung pow.... :ph34r:

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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #51 on: March 03, 2006, 05:11:38 PM »
umm, ok yea...good take awhile...

The Games: Details on Every PS3 Game Known to Man
With much of the information about the PlayStation 3 so scarce, many people probably don't realize that there are between 100 and 150 titles currently announced for release on the PS3. These games range from big-budget projects by industry leaders, to ambitious projects by upstart development houses, to small-budget parlor games from tiny Japanese developers. Here's a look at what you can expect to see.


2 Days to Vegas
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Steel Monkeys

Steel Monkeys, best known for its Corvette and Bob the Builder games, is working on this graphically stunning third-person action-adventure about a guy named Vinny that gets caught up in the gangster life.

   
   
211
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Gaia Industries

This ambitious project by Gaia Industries is a part of a partnership with MissionNYC and Thousand Words to create a series of videogames, movies and comic books that focus on a plot about hostage rescue.


6GUN II
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Battleborne Entertainment

Not to be confused with Activision and Neversoft's Western-themed Gun, this title is a sequel to Battleborne's yet-to-be-released current-gen third-person tactical shooter about an elite military assault team called The Gunslingers.


   
ActiveDogs
Publisher: TBA
Developer: MTO

MTO is probably best known for their GT Advance series of racing games for the GBA. Little has been announced about ActiveDogs save for the fact that it features dogs and is a sports title, although exactly what sport is anybody's guess.


Akari Project
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Takuyo

Considering that most of Takuyo's previous "simulation" titles have been anime-style adventure games (i.e. dating sims) that have never come here, don't keep your hopes up for this one.


      
Alan Wake
Publisher: Remedy Entertainment
Developer: Remedy Entertainment

A stunningly gorgeous psychological thriller set in the quiet picturesque town of Pride Falls stars a writer with insomnia, whose horrible nightmares take life after the sun sets and the town is draped in darkness.


 

Alone in the Dark 5
Publisher: Atari
Developer: Eden Studios

After a failed attempt to revive the franchise in 2000 with Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare (and an infamously terrible attempt by Uwe Boll to turn the games into a film), the series largely credited with birthing the survival horror genre is back.


   
Angel Rings
Publisher: SCE
Developer: SCE

Angel Rings is an RPG from the folks at Sony Computer Entertainment, and that's about all anybody knows. Considering that the RPGs developed by SCE have ranged from Beyond the Beyond to Legend of Dragoon, what we can expect is anybody's guess.


 

Ape Escape
Publisher: TBA
Developer: SCE

While not officially announced, it's pretty much a given that Sony's monkey-catching platformer series will make its way to the PS3, considering the renewed interest in the series thanks to the recent PSP titles.


   
   
   
Aquanaut's Holiday: IMA
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Artdink

Inner Mind Adventure is the sequel to the quirky PlayStation non-game Aquanaut's holiday, which placed players in a role of an underwater explorer searching for artifacts in exotic environments deep at sea.


 
Armored Core 4
Publisher: TBA
Developer: From Software

A PlayStation system lineup just wouldn't be complete without a title in From Software's popular mech series. The title will feature a new online mode, more customization options and a reworked damage system.


   
   
Avalon
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Climax

Developed at Climax's Brighton studio (known for the Moto GP series), little has been announced about Avalon other than the fact that it is a car combat game being developed using the Blimey 2 engine.



BB
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Arc System Works

Another mysterious announcement, this time in the form of a 3D fighting game from the folks responsible for the Guilty Gear series - which is really enough for any fighting game fan to get excited about.


      
Bipedal Movement Simulation
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Artdink

One can only guess what type of game this will be, but it seems a safe bet that it will involve walking with two legs. For the record, Artdink developed the A-Train train sim series of games in Japan.


 
Black Blade
Publisher: TBA
Developer: From Software

Not much has been said about this action game from the folks behind the Otogi series and Metal Wolf Chaos on the Xbox... but if it's anything like those games, it'll look damn good, be full of action, and become an instant must-have title.


   
   
   
Blade Storm: Hundred Years War
Publisher: Koei
Developer: Omega Force

A beat-'em-up from the developer of the Dynasty Warriors series, it's probably a good bet that the game will involve taking on hundreds of enemies at a time with a superhuman warrior in a medieval Asian setting. Just guessing.


Bomberman
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Hudson Soft

Bomberman makes its way to the PS3, and will undoubtedly feature a bunch of cartoony little men blowing the crap out of each other. If ever there was a game to justify the ability to use seven wireless controllers on one console, this is it.
   
   
   
   
Broken Saints
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Gnosis Games

This game is an action-adventure title that developer Gnosis Games describes as a combination of the communication and puzzle elements of Myst and Kings Quest with the action and mature themes of Resident Evil and Eternal Darkness.


 
   
   
   
      

Brothers in Arms 3
Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Gearbox Software

The third title in Gearbox Software's fantastic WWII first-person shooter series will use Epic's Unreal Engine 3 and will see the return of Sgt. Baker and Sgt. Hartsock, as well as an improved version of the "command ring" gameplay system.


   
   
   
Call of Duty 3
Publisher: Activision
Developer: Treyarch

And because one good turn deserves another, Activision and Treyarch's highly-lauded WWII first-person shooter series will be on the PS3 as well, although not much is known about the game at this point. Shooting Nazis, most likely.


 
   
   
   
      

Castlevania
Publisher: Konami
Developer: Konami

Koji Igarashi, the man behind the recent Castlevania games, has mentioned that he's working on a next-gen (read: PS3) Castlevania title, which he hints will likely be thematically similar to the current-gen console Castlevanias rather than the more Metroid-style handheld Castlevanias.


   
   
   
Clown Combat
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Eagle Claw Studios

Clown Combat will be a first-person clown combat game created using the Unreal Engine 3 by the upstart Eagle Claw Studios, whose president, William Anderson, worked on titles ranging from Maximo and Abe's Oddysee to Aladdin and Cool Spot on the Sega Genesis. Intrigued? We are.


 
   
   
   
      

Dark RPG
Publisher: TBA
Developer: From Software

An RPG from From Software, whose previous works in the genre include the King's Field series, the Lost Kingdoms series, and PS2 launch titles Eternal Ring and Evergrace... but don't hold that against them.


   
   
   
Dark Sector
Publisher: D3 Publisher
Developer: Digital Extremes

A first-person shooter with stealth elements. Players take the role of Hayden Tenno, who has the ability to use his futuristic suit to become invisible and use telekinesis, as well as other various abilities.


 
   
   
   
      

The Darkness
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Starbreeze

Based on the comic book and upcoming movie by the same name The Darkness comes from Starbreeze, the developer of the phenomenal Chronicles of Riddick: The Escape From Butcher Bay. That means it'll probably be really good.


   
   
   
Data-Fly
Publisher: TBA
Developer: ORiGO Gaming Entertainment

Data-Fly is a futuristic third-person action-adventure stealth title starring a young female protagonist who can mimic enemies, blend into the environment, and hack into computerized enemies to make them do her bidding.


 
   
   
   
      

Def Jam 3
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Developer: EA Chicago

The sequel to Def Jam: Vendetta and Def Jam: Fight For NY will undoubtedly feature a bunch of hip-hop artists like Snoop Dog, Method Man and Lil' Kim beating the crap out of each other. But look even better now.


   
   
   
Derby Stallion
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Enterbrain

From developer Enterbrain, best known for the RPG Maker series, comes Derby Stallion, a horse racing simulation, naturally. Needless to say, this title is somewhat unlikely for a U.S. release.


 
   
   
   
      

Devil May Cry 4
Publisher: Capcom
Developer: Capcom

Sword-wielding, gun-toting series protagonist Dante is back, wandering through snowy landscapes and beating up poor, defenseless cameras and generally just looking damn cool (as he's been known to do from time to time).


   
   
   
Dirty Harry
Publisher: Warner Bros. IE
Developer: Warner Bros. IE

The movie classic becomes a PS3 action game featuring Clint Eastwood's voice and likeness. You just have to ask yourself one question... "Do I feel like making a fool out of myself by quoting an old movie?" Well, do ya', punk?


 
   
   
   
      

Driver
Publisher: Atari
Developer: Reflections Interactive

Atari and Reflections Interactive have announced that the PS3 will receive a title in their action-packed mission-based driving series. Most likely this will be the fifth game in the series, rather than a port of the upcoming Driver: Parallel Lines. Not that it probably matters much to you anyhow.


   
   
   
Dynasty Warriors
Publisher: Koei
Developer: Koei

While not technically announced, Koei has released some tech demos to show what a new Dynasty Warriors game might look like on the PS3. Considering that the Dynasty Warriors series has become Koei's bread and butter since the PS2 launch, just consider this one a done deal.


 
   
   
   
      

Elveon
Publisher: TBA
Developer: 10tacle Studios

10tacle, probably best known for their GTR FIA racing titles, is using the Unreal Engine 3 to develop this action-RPG across multiple next-gen platforms. The game features stunning graphics depicting a world with a unique elvish culture.


   
   
   
The Embrace of Time: Chapter 1 Ressurectio Ocolus
Publisher: TBA
Developer: ORiGO Gaming Entertainment

The Embrace of Time is planned to be a four-part RPG series, with Ressurectio Ocolus planned to be the first installment. Early renders have so far only revealed a blue-haired protagonist with a glowing eye.


 
   
   
   
      

Endless Saga
Publisher: Webzen
Developer: Webzen

Webzen's previous titles include multiple Korean MMOs like MU Online and the very Wind Waker-esque Wiki. Endless Saga is yet another MMO set in a fantasy world, with footage so far spotlighting a buxom young woman and a butterfly.


   
   
   
The Eye of Judgement
Publisher: TBA
Developer: SCE

One of the more mysterious games Sony has announced. Sony has said nothing about this game other than the title itself, and even that is tentative. This could turn out to be just about anything, so Eye'd rather not make any Judgements yet (ha).


 
   
   
   
      

Eyedentify
Publisher: TBA
Developer: SCE

This quirky title uses the EyeToy camera and microphone headset to turn gamers into some sort of secret agent comm specialist, talking with the game's two scantily-clad female protagonists via in-game communication screens.


   
   
   
Fatal Frame 4
Publisher: Tecmo
Developer: Tecmo

Producer Keisuke Kikuchi has said in an interview that a Fatal Frame title for next-gen consoles is already in planning stages. Survival Horror fans will be delighted at the notion of snapping photos of ghosts in glorious high-definition.


 
   
   
   
      

Fatal Inertia
Publisher: Koei
Developer: Koei

Fatal Inertia is a futuristic aerial combat racing game from Koei Canada (there's a Koei Canada?), featuring extremely fast action, detailed and destructible landscapes, and a meticulously-crafted physics engine that affects everything from the ships to the environments to the weapons themselves.


   
   
   
Fear & Respect
Publisher: Midway
Developer: Edge of Reality

Fear & Respect is a third-person action-adventure set in the hoods of South Central Los Angeles, written and directed by John Singleton (the man behind Boyz N the Hood), and featuring the voice, likeness, and songs of Snoop Dogg. Word on the street, though, says this one may have been canned. No respect, it seems.


 
   
   
   
      

Fifth Phantom Saga
Publisher: Sega
Developer: Sonic Team

Sega's Sonic Team is apparently taking a break from the animal mascots to create this unusual first-person shooter that has players teaming up with a ghost-like companion that can be directed to assist them in various ways.


   
   
   
Fight Night Round 3
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Developer: Electronic Arts

Right now Xbox 360 owners are already getting the opportunity to download and play EA's next-gen boxing game, and it's due to be released shortly, but this was one of the first titles used to demo the PS3. Still, better late than never.


 
   
   
   
      

Final Fantasy VII Remake
Publisher: Square Enix
Developer: Square Enix

When Square Enix showed off a tech demo of the opening of FFVII with improved graphics and character designs more like Advent Children, many people took this to suggest that a remake was in order. Which is indeed the case - director/producer Tetsuya Nomura admitted to 1UP that he does indeed intend to turn it into a remake (when he gets to it).


   
   
   
Final Fantasy XIII
Publisher: Square Enix
Developer: Square Enix

Square Enix is still polishing up Final Fantasy XII, but talk is already heating up about the next game in the series. Rumors abound that it may even be a multiplatform title, but it is guaranteed that the next Final Fantasy will be coming to the PS3 (and likely first). Even though XII still isn't released, look for first details to start hitting in the next few months (perhaps at E3?).


 
   
   
   
      

Formula One
Publisher: SCE
Developer: SCE Liverpool

SCE Studios Liverpool has developed numerous racing titles under the Formula One license, and looks to raise the stakes with not only better graphics, but a more detailed and responsive crowd, vehicle damage such as flat tires, and more realistic AI. F1 fans are drooling right now.


   
   
   
Genji II
Publisher: SCE
Developer: Game Republic

The sequel to Sony's PS2 action title set in a mythical feudal-era Japan once again follows the adventures of Yoshitsune as he goes around slashing the bad guys while looking cool. Of all the PS3 titles in development, this one is actually quite far along and is slated to be finished by summer.


 
   
   
   
      

The Getaway 3
Publisher: SCE
Developer: SCE Studios Soho

The third title in Sony's action game styled like a Guy Ritchie-inspired London crime drama will feature what has been described as a stunningly detailed portrayal of modern-day London. Oh, and expect shooting, driving and Cockney accents, too. Don't expect it anytime soon, though, as the team are busy working on the PSP's Gangs of London.


   
   
   
Gradius VI
Publisher: Konami
Developer: Konami

Konami's phenomenal side-scrolling space shoot-'em-up series blew away fans of the genre with the phenomenal Treasure-developed Gradius V, and one can only imagine what the Vic Viper will look like on a next-gen platform. Unfortunately, this one may never see the light of day - 1UP has been told by a source close to Konami that the game is on "indefinite hold".


 
   
   
   
      

Grand Raid Offroad
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Asobo Studio

This game is being developed by Asobo Studio, who most recently worked on Special Forces: Nemesis Strike. Grand Raid Offroad is a multiplatform next-gen off-road racing title that will boast 3,500 square-mile stages and real-time climate changes.


   
   
   
Gundam World
Publisher: Bandaii
Developer: Bandai

Gundam World will naturally feature giant mechs fighting each other in war-torn cities, with characters and story based on the popular anime. Of course, if you're the kind of person who's interested in these games, you already know that, don't you?


 
   
   
   
   

Heavenly Sword
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Ninja Theory/SCE

Heavenly Sword is an action game whose female protagonist (dressed in skimpy garb, naturally) can switch freely between various types of weapons, and use elements of the surrounding environment to take on numerous enemies.


   
   
   
Hot Shots Golf 5
Publisher: TBA
Developer: SCE

Sony's whimsical golf series is confirmed to be making another appearance on the PS3. Expect to see big-headed, cartoony characters hitting the greens and fighting their way out of sand traps on various nice-looking fantasy courses.


 
   
   
   
   

Indiana Jones
Publisher: Lucas Arts
Developer: Lucas Arts

Lucas Arts is aiming for a 2007 release date on their upcoming Indiana Jones game on next-gen consoles. They claim gamers will experience "an interactive story unlike any that's ever unfolded before them, as well as a noticeable evolution in physics and artificial intelligence." Great!


   
   
   
Infraworld
Publisher: TBA
Developer: Quantic Dream

Quantic Dream, who recently developed the impeccable Indigo Prophecy (if you haven't played it yet, do so now), is working on a new franchise that will supposedly offer "enhanced physics capabilities through a recently signed partnership with Novodex and a range of action oriented features".


 
   
   
   
   

Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball
Publisher: Konami
Developer: Konami

Konami's odd Baseball series featuring players that look more like Bomberman than Roger Clemens has never been brought to America, but the Japanese will undoubtedly eat it up, like they always have.


   
   
   
Killing Day
Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: TBA

At E3 2005, Ubisoft showed off an impressive-looking first-person PS3 shooter, with footage depicting a shootout in an expensive-looking mall with marble floors, hulking statues and a glass ceiling.


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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #52 on: March 15, 2006, 10:47:27 AM »
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060315/ap_on_bi_ge/japan_sony

Take a read, is anyone REALLY surprised though? I'm not, it was a lot to be asked of them and such is what happens when you are banking on brand new technology....
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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #53 on: March 15, 2006, 11:13:36 AM »
Actually, this isnt really that bad of a thing... At first I was pissed as hell..then I took a sho..umm, i just calmed down >_>

But really, if you look at it, it isnt that bad! Imagine the number of games (GOOD games at that) that would out for sale by the release date. Not only that, Sony has time (alot of it...sigh, brb....whoo, good to go again :D) to fine tune all of the faults and bugs in the system. Now this seems abit better than a half baked system being rushed...Plus its going to be a world wide launch with a shit load of systems to go with it! :D

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PS3 worldwide in November [UPDATE 21]

Posted Mar 15th 2006 1:43AM by Dan Choi
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PS3 Early November 2005 Worldwide Launch cropped montageIt looks like the PS3 press conference is just getting started.

IGN reports Ken Kutaragi's opening statement as follows: "It is my aim to clear things up about the PlayStation 3 today. The PS2, the PS3, the network, and Future Cell Network, this will all be addressed."

More as we get it... Update 16--the wrap-up: The PS3 will launch "in early November 2006 in Japan, North America and Europe simultaneously." Incorporating the final specifications of the Blu-ray format will enable "playback of BD software at a high bit rate," with "a maximum storage capacity of 50 GB (dual layer) and robust security." The PS3 will be compatible with all kinds of TVs and a high-speed broadband connection. Update 19 (via 1UP's updated page): DRM was what delayed the launch, but the system will come with a 60GB HDD preinstalled before 11/11/06.

[Thanks, bv; pics used to create new montage from Watch Impress]

Update 1: IGN further reports that Sony will "continue selling [the PS2] at its current price of $149 for some time," killing any chances for a current-gen price drop in the near future. Thanks again, bv!

Update 2: 1UP is reporting on "a major new PSP update this spring," including "the ability to hook up a camera to the PSP" and "use the system for GPS location." Also listed at 10:42 PST: "There will be a web browser upgrade shortly, but it still won't have Flash support."

Update 3: IGN comes back with a few more details concerning the PSP, including its lopsidedly male user base (sitting at 96% male), a silver PSP EyeToy attachment via the USB port in September, video and voice-over-IP in October, RSS functionality in the fall, and Macromedia Flash support in a spring Network update. Thanks, bv and untitled!

Updates 4 & 5: IGN confirms PS3 worldwide launch in November for "the North American, Asian, and European territories." In addition, Sony will release "one million units per month [after launch; sorry for any confusion this may have caused] with a total of six million units in 2006 alone. Production numbers are higher for PS1 and PS2 in their initial years." Update 18: The 6M unit total will "be produced in Fiscal Year 2006 (through March 2007)."

Update 6: IGN fills us in on the PSP's "E-Distribution" features, which mean that portable owners will be able to boot directly from Memory Sticks without the use of hacks and "download classic PlayStation titles and play them on your PSP." Thanks, bv!

Update 7: IGN says a $199 PSP "base unit" to mirror the original Japanese release will hit U.S. shelves by the end of March. Europe will be similarly fitted with a 199 Euro package on March 22nd, while Japan will get "a new white PSP SKU... starting April 15th... for 19800 Yen (~$168 US)." Thanks, bv and Jake!

Update 8: IGN reports that the PS3 will be "100% backwards compatible," and that "all legacy titles played on the system will be displayed at high-definition resolutions," similar to the Xbox 360's BC upscaling (but hopefully without the profile downloading). "[F]ull Blu-ray support" and "the latest HDMI connection" were also touted. Thanks, bv!

Update 9: Kutaragi proclaims that the PS3 will require a hard drive, but not whether all systems will come bundled with one or not. What he does say is that the HDD "will be 60GB big, be completely upgradeable, and support Linux OS. Additionally, the peripheral will act as a home server and allow users to store various forms of media to be pulled up elsewhere." Thanks, RobR and sullyj! [Update 17: The same link now says that "the unit will ship with the system right out of the box."

Update 10: Ken says that "all PlayStation 3 games will ship on Blu-ray [only!] to help prevent piracy," and that "initial BD-ROM production [is expected] to reach 2.5 million in Japan and Europe and 5 million in the US." Thanks, RobR and bv!

Update 11: Beginning this November at launch, the PS3 "will feature community tools including lobby matching and voice chat," as well as "commerce features that includes bootable software via the hard drive." This is basically the PS3's online service, which was created with Sony Online Entertainment's assistance and will be provided free of charge--well, the "basic" service will be at any rate. "Premium" Live features, anyone? Thanks, bv, RobR, and untitled!

Update 12: The wild statements continue with a new set from Ken regarding the PS3. He says that the "games are 'live' and that the PS3 concept is '4D,'" with titles going "from 8-bit to 16-bit planes, to the 'space' that you saw on the PS1/PS2, and now PS3 will be 'live.'" That's quite a look at console history there, Ken.... Thanks, bv, CB4D, and everyone else who chimed in on this!

Update 13: Final PS3 dev kits "will be shipping out to production houses in June." 15 different companies will be making SDK tools and middleware for the PS3, including the company we've sourced with this news, IGN/GameSpy. Thanks, RobR!

Update 14: Post title updated to reflect most important info given today.

Update 15: The PlayStation Business Briefing 2006 is now over, but there were no revelations made about new software or the PS3's actual price. Bummer. We'll all have to wait for E3 for more details, as we imagine Phil Harrison will simply elaborate on one of the announcements made today for his GDC keynote. Thanks anyway, TMJ, bv, mirobin, and Jason M!

Update 20: While an exact price was not released, GamersReports claims that a minimum price range was announced, which was nothing "less than 50,000.00 JP YEN" (or "$425.607 USD"). Perform your own up-to-the-minute currency conversion here. Unless the PS3's cheaper in the U.S., that means that the HDD-bundled Xbox 360 will remain cheaper than the PS3 in the States even without a price drop. Link found via digg.

Update 21: New pictorial montage created for the post from images found on Watch Impress.

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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #54 on: March 15, 2006, 11:26:24 AM »
tekkenzaibatsu had a list of the games that would(should) be available at launch. Among them most noticably was Gran Turismo, Tekken, DMC4 and surprisingly MGS4.

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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #55 on: March 15, 2006, 12:33:18 PM »
Actually, its not that suprising that MGS4 would be for launch, from long ago Hideo said that the game would be finished late 06, it just makes sense to have it as a launch title. Heres alittle bit more to it;

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« Reply #56 on: March 16, 2006, 11:36:14 AM »
i hate to say it but with those games as launch titles
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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #57 on: March 16, 2006, 11:58:16 AM »
I read that it'll be coming with Linux installed on it as well. Awesome. GNU/PS3 here we come.
http://games.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=06/03/15/1551246
Plus here are some details on PS3s online service. It'll be co-developed with GameSpy which is promising. It'll be completely free unlike Xbox Live which is great, except for the quality assurance that a paid service brings of course.
http://games.slashdot.org/games/06/03/16/0028201.shtml
http://www.gamesindustry.biz/content_page.php?aid=15378

Finally some real PS3 news to get excited about. I think in the online area, as a hardware company, they still have a challenge going against an accomplished software company like Microsoft. Typically the software that comes with most hardware peripherals suck. However with people like Sony Online Entertainment & Gamespy working on it hopefully it'll work out. I just hope it'll be more of an open platform. If they attracted hackers to a device like this, that'd be great. Then again they are sony so never mind.
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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #58 on: March 22, 2006, 02:31:36 PM »
To all those waiting on teh PS3.... take ur abuse quiet :p
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Column Arrogance: The sign of a true winner


By Martin Lynch: Wednesday 22 March 2006, 11:27

THERE'S A point where a company becomes so big and successful that it starts to trip out on the power and do some really stupid things. There must be a chapter in the Company Success Manual entitled "Crapping on Your Customers" because they all seem to do it at one stage or another. Microsoft, over the years, has elevated the process to an art form but has shrugged off any permanent negative impact due solely to the fact that the world now relies on its software. Regardless of how offended customers get, they’re screwed because they’re too far in: reluctant junkies. Apple, which has gone from being the cherished industry underdog to digital music Godfather, has snorted once too often from the carefully cut lines of power. The MiniStore data collection scandal, anyone? Now, the French government now has Monsieur Jobs spluttering latte over his carefully crafted ‘blue collar’ image after voting that Apple should open up its DRM technology to rivals. Sacre Bleu! Apple’s response? We’ll pull iTunes from France – maybe.
And now we come to Sony. Sony is no stranger to the arrogance that comes with lots of power. Remember last’s year’s spyware DRM rootkit that installed itself secretly on PCs to protect the precious copyright of newer Sony music CDs? Fortunately, consumer pressure and outrage prevailed. And now we have the PS3, which has had more false starts, delays and changes to bury a lesser offering but, which will still win out in the end. In all cases of corporate arrogance, there is no excuse for trying to con or bully customers. A company can raise its metaphorical hands, shrug and meekly apologise but it does not exonerate the behavior. I mean, can we truly be expected to believe that an attempt to install a covert piece of spyware on our PCs was an oversight or poor judgement? It was arrogance, plain and simple. The more successful the product, the more arrogant the company can become and get away with it.

This is why the PS3 can’t lose, despite how much crap Sony shovels on its devoted customers. It knows that there is a huge installed base waiting for the PS3. Some may dabble with the Xbox 360 but there are millions of PS devotees just weathering the PR storm and prepping their sleeping bags. Sony knows this. Despite the threat of the Xbox 360 or the lesser one from the Nintendo Revolution, Sony has ignored it all, steadfastly screwing with product details, games developers, launch schedules and potential pricing.

There was the Blu-ray or No-Ray drive problem, opening and closing launch windows before Sony finally settled (for the moment) on a November launch date, scary pricing rumours and now, the inclusion of a HDD. That’s right, your PS3 which exists somewhere in time, will come with a 60GB HDD as standard. All of this is good, but surely it can’t be the end of the surprises. General estimates hold that Sony ,before including a HDD, was going to take a major hit for the first few years on the price of the PS3. One thing was certain: because of the inclusion of an expensive Blu-Ray drive and chips, it was going to cost a lot more than the Xbox 360. At the top end, the Xbox 360 premium package ran at $400. Some estimates put the retail cost of the PS3 at an optimistic minimum of $500 and most likely $600-$700. Some analysts have pushed that to $900 - based on reported component costs - which I think is a mite suicidal, even for a company as egotistical as Sony. Those prices held as true as speculative prices could until yesterday’s confirmation of a 60GB HDD as standard, with bigger drives being offered as options. Now, the ballpark figures are set to be re-jigged and re-guessed once again. Sony is no rush to reveal pricing because, and this is key, it knows people will pay whatever it asks. Within reason of course, but Sony is damn sure that it can squeeze a few hundred dollars more per console from users than the Xbox 360 and still dominate the market. And what’s more, the analysts tend to agree.

The bottom line is that Sony is no longer really selling a console, is it? Blu-Ray drives and HDDs? C’mon, Sony is positioning this baby as the heart of your gaming, Internet gaming and high-def movie watching future. After all, even if it loses a few extra percentage points to the Xbox 360 and Revolution, it doesn’t matter in the big scheme which involves making Blu-Ray drives and HD movies the dominant format. The fastest way to do it is via the PS3. The knock on effects of that to its other divisions - PC drives, standalone burners, consumer recorders, HD movies etc. will more than make up for it. There are new stats out there this week from In-Stat that predict Sony will hold 50 per cent of the console market through to 2010.

However, you don’t need stats to see why that will be. The PlayStation fan base has taken a lot of crap in the past couple of years. As gamers go, those waiting for the PS3 are strung out but they didn’t desert the fold. Just look at those Xbox 360 sales figures which are good but do not reflect any mass desertion. With the guarantee of a 60GB HDD thrown in now, those users have one more reason to suck it up and wait it out. After all, most will need all the time they can get to save up enough cash to afford the damn thing.

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Re: !EVERYTHING! PS3
« Reply #59 on: March 23, 2006, 02:14:53 PM »
Good news I guess:
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It has confirmed

By Nick Farrell: Thursday 23 March 2006, 13:41
SONY has confirmed that its next generation Playstation three will be region free, at least for gaming.

The outfit had hinted that the move was possible some months ago but it was only officially confirmed yesterday.

Ironically the move is designed to combat piracy. If game players can’t play imported games they tend to chip their consoles, which in turn allows pirates to release illegal copies. Illegal games also run better on chipped consoles.

The move would also enable games makers to do world-wide launches of games, particularly as Blu-Ray will mean that multiple languages can be stored on each disk.

More here. µ

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Playstation 3 gets controller make over

Death to the boomerang

By Nick Farrell: Thursday 23 March 2006, 13:42
SONY is to kill off its boomerang shaped games controller when it releases the new PS3.

According to Engadget, here, the shape is being tossed and will not come back.

Sony's president of the Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios division Phil Harrison said that the design was being scrapped mostly because the original design was being crucified by the PS3's own fan base.

Sony also has to outdesign gaming blog readers who have been turning out nice looking possibilities to whet everyone’s appetite.

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