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This Week's PS Store Update Brings NCAA Demo, Fatal Inertia EX, Trailers

I guess the biggest notable on this week's PlayStation Store update is Fatal Inertia EX, the download-only racing title previously found on the Xbox 360 last year. Hopefully Koei has taken advantage of the extra development time, because the 360 demo proved to be a slap-awful experience. Three new demos including NCAA 09 and some new Hero/Band content plus some new trailers round out this week's update. Oh yeah, and there's that Metal Gear Database thing, too: Demos: NCAA Football 09 Demo Hail To The Chimp Demo Wolf Of The Battlefield Commando 3 Demo Applications: Metal Gear Database Games: Fatal Inertia EX Games Trailers: Golden Axe Beast Rider Teaser Pain Character Intro Trailer Fatal Inertia EX Trailer Linger In Shadows Trailer Prince of Persia Debut Trailer Add Ons: Hot Shots Golf Out of Bounds Oceania Course The Incredible Hulk Downloadable Content GH3 Legends of Rock Coldplay Track Pack Rock Band Track Pack Read More

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PlayStation Store Updates, New MGS4 Theme Now Available

Since your PlayStation 3 is probably already turned on -- you know, with Metal Gear Solid just releasing today -- should you decide to take a break, you won't have to travel far to visit the PlayStation Store. And considering Sony just updated the store today with a number of goodies, including a Metal Gear Solid 4 PlayStation 3 theme, you might want to check it out. Check out a full list of what's new on the PlayStation Store after the break. Read More

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Unreal Engine 4 Being Targeted for Consoles, Not PCs

Game engine developers have mostly targeted PCs as their starting point when developing the next "next-gen" engine in the past. It's natural fit, like peanut butter and jam, or Subway and those creepy Jared cardboard cutouts. Like the Subway ads, change would be good. At least that's what Tim Sweeney, founder and CEO of Epic Games, believes. Epic's Unreal Engine 3 has been used in some of this generation's biggest games, like BioShock, Gears of War and Unreal Tournament III (no, Fatal Inertia doesn't count). But hey, no time like the present to start planning for the next engine, right? As Sweeney puts it, "Version 4 will exclusively target the next console generation, Microsoft's successor for the Xbox 360, Sony's successor for the PlayStation 3 - and if Nintendo ships a machine with similar hardware specs, then that also. PCs will follow after that." Doesn't sound too hot for PCs, does it? Yet the PC may not even need graphics hardware in a few years: "Your graphics hardware will be a VGA and a HDMI-out connector and that's about it." He continued, "All the time, you had these high-end, ultra-expensive sound cards and different levels of sound acceleration. And then look at what happened when Vista arrived...things are much cleaner now and much more economical." What about it? Does that make a good strategy. Voice your opinion by leaving a comment. Read More

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Fatal Inertia Ex for PS3 Revealed in ESRB Listing

Though usually known for drawing out their "Warriors" franchises longer than the actually dynastic battles even lasted, this past fall Koei released a futuristic, high speed racer on Xbox 360: Fatal Inertia. Though reception was anything but stellar for the title, Fatal Inertia drew attention to itself from controversy over its origin on the PS3, and subsequent jump to the 360 after citing indefinite issues with Unreal Engine III. Apparently, those problems have found a solution. Fatal Inertia Ex was just rated according to the ESRB website. No further details about the game are available, but expect at the very least some ex(tra) content in the PS3 counterpart. Read More