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Call of Duty takes another stab at battle royale. But is it King of the Hill, or stuck in the Gulag?
Go big or go home, says Corsair.
Follows Sony's PSP Go path.
Sony has cancelled plans for the PS Room, a Home-like system for the PSP, after a Japanese beta.
Gavin Cheshire, Vice President of Codemasters, reckons that the PSP is, ahem, not very good.
Sony has finally launched a PS3 and PSPGo Video Delivery Service with more than 800 films available worldwide.
Independent retailers such as Chips have said that the PSPgo will fail miserably.
The PSPgo has already been hacked by gamers, kind of.
Sony says that the retail problems facing the PSPgo aren't as bad as they expected.
Sony has cancelled plans to let PSP owners transfer their UMDs to the digital format used by the PSPGo.
Sony has cancelled plans to feature wireless multiplayer and DLC with Minis.
The largest Dutch retailer, Nedgame, is apparently refusing to sell the PSPgo.
The first day of Europe's biggest games shows - GamesCom in Cologne - is over and we've been very busy. We've played Scribblenauts, Shattered Horizon, Little Big Planet on the PSP and a small game you might have heard of called Starcraft 2.
GC 09: Sony has issued details of how to get Gran Turismo on the PSP for free.
Sony's financial results for for the last financial quarter have revealed that the PS2 is still Sony's best-selling console.
A number of indie developers have said that the PSPgo will struggle to take off in the indie community due to the cost of the dev kit - even after a 80 percent price cut.
Sony has confirmed that it will be launching a new app store on the PSP in an attempt to rival Apple.
UK retailers have begun to express doubt over the PSPGo, claiming they don't see much of a demand from customers.
March 25 2020 | 14:00
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