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More Playstation 3 Details On GDC 2006

Finally, Sony will actually utilize a keynote at a game-related conference and reveal much needed details on the upcoming PlayStation 3. At this year’s Game Developers Conference in San Jose, Sony’s Phil Harrison will give a keynote on Wednesday, March 22nd at 10:30am PST titled “PlayStation 3: Beyond the Box,” likely to reveal important details […]

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Sony Planning Downloadable Games For PS3 in Asia

A partial translation of an interview conducted by Japanese website Game Watch with Sony Computer Entertainment Asia’s Tetsuhiko Yasuda suggests that Sony is planning to offer unspecified PlayStation 3 games for online download in South Korea and elsewhere in Asia, largely due to piracy-related issues prevalent on the Asian market.

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PS3 And PSP Tops Brand Awareness Percentage

The Sony PlayStation 3 and the PSP have the highest percentage of brand awareness amongst consumers according to Forrester’s latest report on the video games industry.

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Blu-Ray Read Speed

One of the biggest talking points about the PlayStation 3 has been its Blu-ray drive and how that will allow more gaming goodness on one disc. No one can deny that a Blu-ray disc can hold substantially more information than standard DVD, but what about the read speed of a Blu-ray drive?

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Sony PS3 Launch Could Be Delayed

Sony Corp.’s launch of its next-generation PlayStation 3 video game console could be delayed if industry specifications for some of its technology are not finalized soon, although it is still aiming for a spring rollout, it said on Monday.

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IBM starts selling Cell

The Cell processor has been one of the major marketing tools thus far for the PS3. The Cell is essentially 8 fast microprocessors being coordinated by one IBM Power processor.

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Spiderman and Call Of Duty 3 Headed To PS3

Popular video game career sites have recently updated their job boards with various employment listings for the respected Treyarch development studio. The jobs in question (Programmer, Tools Programmer, and Graphics Programmer) are all needed for two upcoming Activision-published projects, Spider-Man and Call of Duty. Though both companies are certainly known for their work on those […]

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