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Monthly Archives: November 2005

Review: PGR3

November 18, 2005 |

Well, here’s a review of PGR3.

Now that I have the wind knocked out of my sails about lack of 4 player support in PGR3, I don’t know why I should bother.

Today’s Thursday, so I just got back from … Read More

PS3 Controller Design Not Changing

November 18, 2005 | | 11 Comments

According to Joystiq:

According to Japanese gaming-mag Famitsu, a Sony exec has denied rumors that a redesigned PS3 controller would be unveiled at this January’s CES in Las Vegas.

This could mean one of two things:

1. It could mean … Read More

Chat While Gaming on PS3

November 17, 2005 | | 3 Comments

Now that the furor has died down a bit about the lack of a centralized gaming service for the PS3, I just thought I’d bring up this old interview with Masayuki Chatani, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.’s Chief Technology Officer from … Read More

PS3Forumz

November 17, 2005 |

If you’re an astute reader, you may have noticed something new in the sidebar. A link to PS3 Forumz.

That’s right. PS3 Forumz is now the official discussion forum for PS3Blog.net. So if you have a need for writing your … Read More

Leaves and Trees and Branches for the PS3

November 17, 2005 |

SpeedTree has a product called SpeedTreeRT that lets developers create all sorts of cool trees, leaves, and fauna.

Interactive Data Visualization, Inc., (IDV), which developed and launched SpeedTreeRT in late 2002, will license the SpeedTreeRT SDK for “PLAYSTATION®3” at … Read More

Xbox 360 Dissassemble!

November 17, 2005 |

If you’re a surgeon, or want to be, this post by AnandTech might be right up your alley.

AnandTech got their surgical little hands on an Xbox 360 and vivisected it just for their own pleasure. How morose!

AnandTech – … Read More

PS3 Leading In 2007, Again

November 17, 2005 |

Gosh you know, it’s almost getting to be routine.

There’s another huge report, this one weighing in at 27 pages by a firm called “Research and Markets”. Kind of a generic name, I know. But it’s really a company! I … Read More

Video Game Crack

November 17, 2005 |

Researchers say that the same “physiological responses” that cause smokers to keep sucking death sticks are the same as the responses in brains of those who play a lot of video games.

Hmmm… that may explain a few things.

Like … Read More