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Following the PlayStation 2, Sony's PS3 is a sophisticated home video gaming console with a huge emphasis on online gaming. The PlayStation Network took online gaming under its wing with the release of the PS3, instead of leaving it up to individual game manufacturers to create links for online play. On top of the wonderful online gaming capabilities, the PS3 also has other intense multimedia functions, including the ability to handle the popular Blu-ray discs. In fact, the PlayStation 3 was the first Blu-ray 2.0 device on the market.
Similar to its grandfather, the PS2, the PlayStation 3 has gone through several remodels in its short years on the market. Sony is always vying to make the system more compact, sleeker and more stylish. Since it is backwards compatible and can play media from all models of PlayStation games, this small system can effectively replace several larger ones in the multimedia entertainment center, including the DVD player.
Ironically, the PS3 struggled upon its first release. Following riots and shootings outside of stores on its release date, the PS3 met with critical demerits for its high price and lackluster launch library. All critics and gamers could plainly see the machine's potential, but felt the PS3 was not living up to it. Since then, Sony has concentrated on an interesting gaming library, and the rise of the Blu-ray disc has bolstered sales and helped to put the PS3 where it needs to be.
Sony Playstation 3 Console Review made by: Classic Game Room from InecomCompany YouTube Channel
There are some words that just go with terms like “old school” or “classic”. Classic cars, old school games, classic movies, old school wrestling, yes wrestling. Come on. It’s fake as hell, but everyone watched it as a kid. Watched it and loved it.
It’s been in development for over a decade. It’s been canceled, open, canceled again and re-opened again. We have waited and waited. We have seen earily trailers and we have heard people talk about it. Today we get the news everyone has been waiting for. 2K Games has announced a release date for Duke Nukem [...]
Do you ever get to playing a game, almost to the point of obsession, only to suffer a monumental let down when you reach the final fight? When the game is over and the last puzzle is solved and the last boss is defeated, how badly do you want to start over? Some games are [...]
The title pretty much says it all. In December of 2010, SNK Playmore announced that many classic Neo Geo games were going to find their way onto the PlayStation Network. Games will be available for download and play on the PlayStation 3 gaming console and will utilize a standard controller, although special peripherals may be [...]
SNK, partnered with Exar (fairly famous for some handy peripherals in the gaming industry), has recently released a new controller for the Neo Geo games available via the PlayStation Network. Called the SNK Neo Geo USB Pad, it is very similar to controllers already on the market, but it features two major differences.
A person might wonder how many times Pac-Man can get a face lift in order to retain his simple agelessness. After all, the guy is getting sort of old. Originally introduced in the coin operated cabinets in 1980 by Midway, this is one of the most resilient gaming figures still alive today. Big or small, [...]
The very first original Monkey Island game, The Secret of Monkey Island, was released in 1990 (for MS-DOS, 1991 for other consoles) with EGA graphics. The game was released on floppy disks and even had a copy-protection in form of a code wheel. A few months after the big release the MS-DOS version was updated [...]
Christmas is coming and so is the resurgence of the old, classic Intellivision games. Intellivision Lives! is a compilation of sixty classic Intellivision games that retro gamers fell in love with thirty years ago. While the gaming group is already available for units such as the iPad, iPhone, PS2 and the Xbox 360, it is [...]
There are very few retro gamers that can’t recite the opening introductions of the original Mortal Kombat from memory. Music remained similar throughout the series, as did the eerie command: “Finish him” when an opponent was failing. Finishing moves are forever ingrained in old school gaming memories. However, one character from the first Mortal Kombat [...]
It’s been almost 20 years (1991) since the second game in the very popular Monkey Island series, Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge, was released. Monkey Island is a adventure point and click game with a wannabe pirate as the main character named Guybrush Threepwood!