Tag Archive: Sony


Have you ever wanted to be a super hero after reading a comic book or seeing a movie about them? Many game developers and designers have attempted to tap into this daydream with varying degrees of success, but Sucker Punch hits the target with panache and finesse with the inFAMOUS series, exclusive to the Playstation 3. If you’ve never heard of it, this is the review for you as I’ll attempt to cover everything inFAMOUS so far, from the original to inFAMOUS 2 and the downloadable standalone title, inFAMOUS: Festival of Blood.

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Sony came out with a press release just minutes ago detailing exactly what it is they’ve done and what they’re doing in the near future to get the Playstation Network online. I’ll give you a hint: It starts with an F and rhymes with “tree buff.” Details after the break.

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Last week, the Playstation Network was hacked. Sony immediately took it offline and hired a forensic security team to investigate. A week later, Sony revealed that the forensic team discovered widespread information theft, from names and addresses to PSN login IDs and their passwords. People were pissed. Here’s why I think everyone needs to quiet down and take a deep breath.

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In the latest half-baked scheme by hacktivist group Anonymous, Sony’s websites and the Playstation Network (PSN) have been targeted in retribution for the ongoing legal action against George “Geohot” Hotz for breaking the Playstation 3’s security. The websites, such as the Official Playstation Blog, and some of the PSN apparently went down last night for just a few hours.

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Images courtesy of the Official Playstation Blog

First unveiled at the Spike Video Game Awards, Resistance 3 for Playstation 3 looks to be a visually impressive PS3 shooter. New screenshots and a brand new trailer came out today from Sony and the game is certainly shaping up to be a feast for the senses.

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There is an absolute and veritable plethora of news flooding in from the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) occurring right now in Los Angeles, CA and I would be neglecting my duties to not at least comment on some of the biggest happenings of the gaming world. Arguably the most colossal news has come from a little Japanese company that you might have heard of, one who has its roots in Hanafuda cards and dates back to 1889.

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