This one always surprised me.
It should feel appropriate to the current times of Red Dead Redemption wanking.
A touch screen. It was about time.
More cores. Well, this will prove useful during winter and will keep the hands warm will sitting on the cold edge of the toilet seat.
Sony also says the new version is going to offer both physical format and download.
Basically, let's merge the failed and sluggish UMD format with the downloadable content function which, as we all know now, has proved to be terrific on the PSP Go.
Read : no intelligent use of a memory card. Yes, those little, light weight, fast access and versatile cards which can be used to store several gigas of data.
Oh, by the way, I just don't get why so many people want the console to be a phone as well. Mmm... perhaps it's because of the 3G support that will also be added to the console?
Tell me, people, does the iPhone handle like a console? Is it even enjoyable?
Ok, the console mainly has mediocre shooters, and this video is horrible.
The Russian government has been asked to fund the bulk of a 720 million roubles ($24m / £16m) game project designed to boost the country’s international hi-tech image and increase patriotism among teenagers.
That’s according to Russian daily Vedomosti (via RIA Novosti), which claims that the country’s Communication Ministry wants to work with developer 1C to create a series of six flight simulator games.
1C is one of Russia’s biggest independent software developers and publishers. Outside of its home country, it’s perhaps best known for developing the IL-2 Sturmovik line of combat flight simulator games.
The Ministry has asked the government to allocate 520 million roubles ($17.5m / £11.6m) to the project, with 1C stumping up the remainder. It said that the series would work as low-cost educational and professional simulators for pilots and increase Russia's hi-tech exports.
1C CEO Boris Nuraliev is said to have demonstrated one of the titles to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, although the project has yet to win the backing of the government.
The report claims that the series would be expected to sell ten millions copies worldwide in four years, and help grow Russia's share in the games market to ten per cent.