That´s right. Plenty of Sony news, less on Nintendo. Mainly good news for Nintendo, though.
Taipei Game Show brings no news about the PlayStation3. The console was not playable, old trailers were shown and I was totally wrong predicting that would be so.
PlayStation3 will launch in the US by September 2006.
Source: Next Generation
Thanks to: TVG
PlayStation3 will launch in Europe no earlier than March 2007.
PlayStation3 will have an optional hard drive.
Concerning the PSP, a number of movie studios have downsized their UMD disc output, including Sony Pictures.
Thanks to: Slashdot Games
Sony Computer Entertainment´s Phil Harrison is penciled in as the last keynote speaker at the Game Developers Conference.
The DS (and possibly the Revolution) will run a dedicated version of the popular Opera browser.
The DS will feature a digital TV tuner and antenna that will turn the DS into a mobile television.
Source: Ars Technica
A patent revealed a mysterious slot at the back of the Revolution console.
Thanks to: Connect Revolution
Thursday, February 16, 2006
I was away for a few days and unable to post updates. I have been checking news sites, though, and here is just a brief round-up of some important news.