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In the important world of virtual supercar collecting the Mercedes SLS AMG gull-wing has snagged the cover of imminent PS3 release Gran Turismo 5.  In other news Sony farm out more info on soon-to-be-released PS3 titles ModNation Racers, MAG, Heavy Rain and God of War III amongst others.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 13 January 2010 03:00

Puzzle Chronicles, the next PuzzleQuest announced

Infinite Interactive, makers of PuzzleQuest: Challenge of the Warlords and Galactrix have thieved a significant amount of time from this planets population, in a nice addictive kind of way.  Now Puzzle Chronicles the next in the Puzzle series has been announced.

Published in Entertainment
Saturday, 19 December 2009 15:20

2009 Game Of The Year

As the year draws to a close a critics mind wanders back across the titles he has paused to look at.  In the ever moving world of video-games the demographic has widened even further over 2009, as a result, picking a GOTY is more difficult that it ever has been.

Published in Radioactive IT
Friday, 18 December 2009 02:38

Digital Comics for PSP

A wide range of comics is now available on the PlayStation Portable platform.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 01 December 2009 06:38

No future for game consoles

The head of one of the world’s most successful game developers has stated that his company is ready for the demise of the home entertainment game console as we know it today.  Could it be another entry in an expanding conspiracy that will become clearer as time goes by?

Published in Radioactive IT
Thursday, 05 November 2009 07:27

Tekken 6 ready to fight in 2.5 million homes

NAMCO BANDAI is taking no chances with today’s release of Tekken 6.  2.5 million copies of the fighting game have been shipped to retail outlets.

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 02 November 2009 04:57

PS3 PVR? PlayTV launches this year

It has been available in many other parts of the world, but before the end of the year, Australian  PlayStation 3 owners will get a chance to turn their game console into a Personal Video Recorder with the PlayTV device. 

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 20 October 2009 10:56

PSP Go immediate price drop but sales flop

The PSP Go is a vanguard for dedicated game machines utilising digital distribution of software.  But despite an immediate price cut of AU$50, sales of the device since launce have been sluggish at best.

Published in Entertainment
The recent Digital Distribution Summit held in Melbourne was a chance for game developers and publishers to talk through the pros, cons and challenges of a world without retail.  Much of the talk was positive, but tempered by an undercurrent of uncertainty surrounding the launch of the PSPgo and a definitive shift towards targeting Apples smart phone in the future.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 01 October 2009 10:09

PSPgo launch mystery shop

Taking a walk through the city electronics retailers today, searching for signs of the new PlayStation Portable Go model.  It seems there is an easy formula to work out who will be pushing to sell the new digital distribution only gaming platform.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 29 September 2009 06:24

Digital Distribution Summit: Small Games, Big Market

Film Victoria’s sponsored Digital Distribution Summit kicks off today with game developers, venture capitalists and enthusiasts meeting to disucc the rapidly growing business of digital game distribution.  Game retailers will no doubt have ears pressed to walls as well as faces and fingers splayed across the windows trying to get a peek at the future of game publishing.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 24 September 2009 04:58

Has Sony made a big mistake with the PSP Go?

It is only a week away from launch, but large gaming retailers are either on record or rumoured to be refusing to stock the PlayStation Portable Go.  The PSP Go contains no UMD disc support, relying on digital distribution predominantly for software sales, something that irks bricks-and-mortar stores such as EB Games in Australia.

Published in Radioactive IT
Wednesday, 23 September 2009 10:51

Beaterator gets peer review at Video Music Awards

Rockstar Games has the upcoming Beaterator for PSP to spruik.  Now the debate begins on whether this application is a game or a tool for hand-held music creation.  At the recent MTV Video Music Awards Rockstar handed Beaterator around the audience for some reactions:  footage after the click.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 15 September 2009 17:04

Sony invites us all to 'œmake.believe'

Sony has ushered in its new “Spring Summer Collection 2009” of high quality consumer electronics, along with a new group-wide philosophy of “make.believe”, where the spirit of creativity and imagination can make anything possible, replacing the previous “like.no.other” slogan. It’s easy to believe this new strategy will be quite a success!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Friday, 11 September 2009 08:11

PS3 sales sniff at the heels of Xbox 360

NPD Group has released the August North American sales for video-game hard and software.  Whilst the Nintendo DS and Wii are still king and queen of the race, the big mover was the PlayStation 3.  Overall however, the industry has suffered its sixth straight month of decline.

Published in Entertainment
Friday, 04 September 2009 11:46

Beaterator trailer debuts

Rockstar Games and Timbaland present Beaterator, the music mixing game/application now has a rocking trailer.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 01 September 2009 05:07

Rockstar bringing Grand Theft Auto to iPhone

Rockstar games has the iPhone and iPod Touch in its sights with versions of Beaterator and Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars making the leap to Apples devices.

Published in Entertainment
$450. That's 200 Mars Bars, 2 DS Lites, or 1 current PSP with $150 in change. Local pricing has just been announced for Sony's PSP Go, but the big question is, can anyone even afford it?

Published in Entertainment
Friday, 17 July 2009 12:08

Video game sales slump further in June

The NPD figures for June are out, and they tell a continuing tale of decline in the sector once thought to be recession proof.  In particular, pressure on Sony to drop the PlayStation 3 retail price is building.

Published in Radioactive IT
Thursday, 16 July 2009 09:47

Last FIFA game for PS2 gets release date

Fans of virtual soccer have a date to put in their calendar as Electronic arts confirm the release date for FIFA 10.

Published in Entertainment
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