To the disappointment of some, a marquee announcement at Sony‘s pre-Tokyo Game Show unveiling was none other than a newly developed slimmed-down version of the PS3. Like iterations of the past, the PS3 will enjoy a smaller footprint with a 20% reduction in overall size and coming in 25% lighter — with no performance upgrades. [Read More]
More than three years since the release of Resident Evil 5, Capcom is back with its successor. It has been ten years since the infamous events that took place in Raccoon City and the President of the United States has decided to finally reveal to the public the truth behind what took place.
Set to be at the President’s side is close confidant and Raccoon City survivor Leon S. Kennedy. [Read More]
Sony'sAndroid-powered Tablet S gained the ability to access the PlayStation store and download classic PSOne titles in October, but who wants to play a PSOne game without a PlayStation controller?
There's a reason the thing's barely changed in fifteen years. Luckily, Sony realizes this, and they're about to add support for the Tablet to connect wirelessly to the PS3's Dual Shock controllers, reports Engadget. [See & Read More]
Check out this guy's room totally change into the movie he is watching. No SFX, no post production, no cuts, everything you see here is 100% for real.
Sony PlayStation made a series of movie related videos using Immersive Imaging which takes 3D projection mapping as its starting point, but gives the viewer a supercharged experience with the help of the PlayStation Move controller. Enjoy.
Do you remember the excitement when you first got your hands on Nintendo'sPower Glove? How about when you opened up that gift box and got that uniquely odd shaped Dreamcast controller?
Well, over the ages of video game history, the controller is the symbol of all that is good and fair in the land. From the simple, yet iconic Atari joystick to the wireless 23rd century vibe of the PlayStation 3, we have been glued to the advances made in gaming ingenuity. [Read More]
One of the greatest inventions since the microwave, DirecTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket allows subscribers to watch every NFL game week-in, week-out, out-of-market games included. If there’s ever been a drawback for the service, though, it’s been its reliance upon a satellite dish on your roof and the inevitable interference from shitty weather.
But now—albeit for the whopping price of $339.95—PS3 owners can stream the Ticket without a DirecTV subscription. If you do have one already, it’s only $50 more. And so, with a solid Internet connection, the nirvana that is sitting in your underwear on the couch guzzling beer every Sunday is attainable.
Recently, it was rumored that Nintendo is planning to announce the successor to the Wii at E3 this summer, with the new high-powered console scheduled for release in 2012. But we haven't had word on when Microsoft and Sony were planning to update their consoles, which have now been on market for five years. Until now. [Read More]
Ever want to be an MMA fighter? That's awesome, champ, but this game won’t teach you how to become one. UFC Personal Trainer will, however, put you through 70+ grueling MMA and NASM-approved exercises to improve your strength, endurance, and conditioning.
The fitness game will support the PlayStation Move and the Wii, but the Xbox Kinect will have exclusive features designed for full-body tracking. So if you need to look like you're rarin' to get in the octagon, then get ready to pony up $49.99 (360/PS3) or $39.99 (Wii) on June 21. [via Pastapadre]
A First Look at the Nike Air Max 2015 Blueprint Staff
Jul 9, 2014 1:43 pm
Nike presents a first glimpse of its newest upcoming Air Max. Featuring an Engineered Mesh upper, the shoe continues to offer a lightweight package with superior support. FashionSneakersRead More
2015 BMW M4 Convertible Anna Morgan
Jul 10, 2014 1:43 pm
Later this month, BMW plans to debut their new M4 Convertible for 2015. Along with the M3 Sedan and the M4 Coupe, BMW’s M4 Convertible will sport a new inline-six M TwinPower Turbo 3.0 liter engine. CarsRidesRead More