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Yearly Archives: 2005

Analyst Predicts PS3 Lead

September 30, 2005 |

According to 1UP.com, analysts Piper Jaffray have predicted that the PS3 will be the leading next-gen platform by 2008 with a a market share of 45% – 50%. The 360 will trail with a 35% – 40% marketshare.

Hmm, didn’t … Read More

PS3 Losing Support? Not!

September 30, 2005 |

At TGS this year 102 games were announced as being in development for the PS3. And yet there are rumours that the PS3 is losing support from developers. The rumours are based on a hard-to-decipher article on a Japanese website.

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Sony on PS3

September 29, 2005 | | One Comment

PS3 playable at TGS? Didn’t happen. It was quite a disappointment, because Mr. Kutaragi had previously said that we would see such. Reason? Well, according to Japan’s Famitsu magazine:

Sony could have shown playable software, but it decided that since … Read More

God of War for PS3… Eventually

September 29, 2005 | | 2 Comments

The smash hit God of War may be coming to the PS3 by way of a sequel. According to C&VG, Electronic Gaming Monthly says that there are two sequels planned for God of War. One for the PS2 and one … Read More

Sony’s PS3 Development Tools

September 28, 2005 |

Sony has made a range of announcements about development tools for the PS3. Sony is beginning its tools and middleware licensing programs on October 1st. SCEI will start offering technical and marketting support at that time as well.

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Jim Merrick Interview

September 28, 2005 |

Jim Merrick is Nintendo’s head of European marketing. He’s recently been interviewed by C&VG, and he gave away some juicy morcels.

Nintendo had several objectives with their new controller – interesting new gameplay was just one of them. They also … Read More

MotorStorm: Racing Redefined

September 28, 2005 |

bPlaystation3 has an article about MotorStorm. MotorStorm is a mayhem racing game that looks unbelievably cool.

Players simply choose their vehicle from a massive range – including dirt bikes, ATVs, sand rails, rally cars, monster trucks and everything in between … Read More

Sony Unified Behind Stringer

September 28, 2005 |

Sony solidarity in the ranks:

Sony Corp. President Ryoji Chubachi said Tuesday there was no division in the company’s management team, despite CEO Howard Stringer’s recent remarks indicating he met resistance in trying to cut more jobs than the 10,000 … Read More