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Did you avoid buying the Zone of The Enders HD Collection because it operated worse than Optimus Prime without the Creation Matrix? Then you may wish to reconsider as Hexa Drive has tuned up the
demake remake of the PS2 classic. Performance issues were raised in our review but thankfully ZOE now plays and looks better than ever before. It’s almost as if it has been remastered.
Earlier today, a couple updates went live for two PS3 games, the God of War collection and the Ico/Shadow of the Colossus collection, that enable the remote play feature on the PlayStation Vita to handle these games. This means people that own those two games for PS3 can now stream them to their Vitas via the aforementioned Remote Play feature.
For those wondering about L2 and R2 inputs, those can be mapped to the rear touchpad, which, in my opinion, is a good way to map them. Maybe we’ll see even more titles that use it in the future? Would you be more inclined to pick up a Vita if more software supported this feature?
DICE released a massive Patch for Battlefield 3 this morning. The patch holds minor tweaks and improvements and will introduce the “Rent A server” feature for consoles. Rent a Server has 4 options to choose from:
1 day: £1.19 ($1.89)
7 days: £5.49 ($8.71)
30 days: £19.99 ($31.73)
90 days: £47.99 ($76.18)
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Gran Turismo 5 fans are treated with a new update for the PS3 exclusive racer. The new update will bring the game to version 2.03 and add a bunch of improvements to the experience. Along with the update, 2 DLC will be available for purchase as of today. Starting off with the all new Car Pack 3, priced at $5.99, which will include six cars: the astonishing Lamborghini Aventador, Jaguar XJR-9 LM, Ashton Martin V12 Vantage, 66′ Volkswagen 1200, Mini Cooper S Countryman, and the Nissan Leaf.
A new test Course pack will also be available for the price of $3.99. The course pack will feature Route X test course, best described by PlayStation blog as a “massive oval with giant banking corners”.
Here is Update 2.03 full details:
Via Twitter, Bethesda announced that the next Skyrim patch (Patch 1.4), available this month, will address the PS3 framerate issue that has been bugging PS3 users since the 2011 game of the year winner was released a few months back.
Its about time, I say …