Archive for March, 2010

Final Fantasy XIV: “Life in Eorzea” Gameplay Video

Square Enix just released the first gameplay video of Final Fantasy XIV via their official FFXIV channel. The video, with the title “Life in Eorzea” shows us what type of life they have in Eorzea, accompanied of course by an amazing music score.

The video introduces us to merchants, chefs and other workers in Eorzea. No actual combat was featured so don’t get all dissapointed, I’m sure well be getting that soon.

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Last day for entries in the PS3Blog.net T-Shirt Giveaway!

Tonight at 9 PM MT I pick the winners for the T-Shirt Giveaway! Be sure to get your lottery entries in before then.

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Former Sony President to Work for Capcom in Europe

David Reeves retired from Sony last year. I remember his speech on what he was going to do with his time and it was something along the lines of a ski instructor, car mechanic or physics teacher. He said that it was his time to repay society for all he has taken from it. I’m guessing he just couldn’t leave video games alone.

David Reeves has accepted the position of chief operating officer of Capcom Europe with the goal of exploring new growth areas throughout the region.

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Cross-game chatting In the Works Says Head Honcho PS Home Community Manager

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PS Home Community Manager CydoniaX has revealed that several features are in development that a lot of PS3 owners have been clamoring for, particularly cross-game chat and voice messaging.

The reveal was given in a discussion thread in the PlayStation blog where one user gave the following comment:

When are we getting game launching abilities for every multiplayer game in the PS3 library? Why is it that the most basic of features for both the XMB and HOME get prioritized and delivered before all the extra stuff?

1) XMB – Voice Chat across games

2) XMB – Voice messaging(30 sec clip)

3) HOME – Game Launching for all games


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