Posts Tagged ‘PlayStation 3’

If you ever owned a PS3, Sony may owe you $65 and you have a month to claim your cash. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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PS3 CFW custom firmware 4.82 download installer 2017 released for installing homebrew software. Here are the details.

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PS3 4.81 firmware IDPS Dumper has been released with full hack coming in 2018. Here’s what you need to know!

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PlayStation 4 backwards compatibility for PS3 games won’t happen any time soon, according to Sony, which might come as disappointing news for a lot of gamers.

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Times are hard, and with smartphones and watches costing hundreds of dollars, each something has to give. Thankfully, that something doesn’t have to be your gaming obsession thanks to Sony and its latest gaming sale. In fact, we would probably say that the word ‘sale’ doesn’t truly do this thing justice. Now ‘price massacre,’ that sounds a little more like it.

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If there’s one thing about Sony’s PlayStation 4 that is undoubtedly better than its predecessor, it’s the DualShock 4 controller. The third-generation DualShock came in quite a lot of criticism, and rightly so, and the folks in Japan clearly paid attention to that criticism because, thankfully, the DualShock 4 is a much better proposition, which means you might want to use it with your PlayStation 3, too.

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To win any war, sometimes you have to fight dirty, and while this might be a bit of a loaded term to describe Microsoft’s latest marketing ploy, it’s fair to say that the proverbial gloves are well and truly off. The Redmond company is trying hard to sell you its new and improved Xbox One, and if you happen to be in ownership of the PlayStation 3, then it is especially interested in your custom. So much so, in fact, that those trading in their PlayStation 3 at any US-based Microsoft Retail Store can save $100 off the purchase of the One, which arrives with the second-gen Kinect as standard.

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Although the PlayStation 4’s lack of backwards compatibility threatened to spill over into hysteria, Sony promised that Gaikai, a service recently acquired by the Japanese company, would allow gamers to enjoy PlayStation 3 titles via cloud streaming, and now, it has been revealed that the service will also be launched on the PS3 and PS Vita. Although the Vita had been looking like a bit of a dead horse – particularly given the popularity of mobile gaming via smartphones and tablets – its integration with the often record-breaking PS4 could bring a new lease of life to the handheld, and Gaikai support will certainly do its cause no harm.

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As pre-orderers of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 get sweaty palms as the two machines’ launch days draw ever closer, it’s safe to saw that we’re all very keen to get our hands on the new hotness from both Sony and Microsoft.

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Microsoft’s Xbox 360 has, for a very long time, dominated the console market sales charts, and although Nintendo’s 3DS may have piped it to top spot in recent times, it has still continued to enjoy one-upmanship over the PlayStation 3 in the home entertainment system bracket; that is, until now. Thanks to the record-breaking success of GTA 5, which, it would seem, nearly every gamer went out to purchase, the PlayStation 3 has leapfrogged its close rival to outsell it for the month of September in the United States.

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Much of the excitement and hysteria surrounding the gaming industry may be focused on the soon-to-be released PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One, but that doesn’t mean Sony are ready to give up on their current-generation hardware. The PlayStation 4 is likely to prove to be extremely popular when it is released later in the year, but it also seems that the Japanese electronics giants are giving more budget focused consumers what they want by making the much talked about flash-based 12GB PlayStation 3 available in two of video games biggest markets.

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The PlayStation 4 may be on the agenda for many a Sony fan this year, but as the company has indicated on numerous occasions, there’s still plenty of gaming to be had, and money to be made, from the current-gen PlayStation 3. As such, Sony announced just last September that it was planning to throw out a 12GB, flash storage-based version of the console, with the catch being that it would only be made available to the Hong Kong and European markets. However, much to the benefit of US-based PlayStation 3 fans, the company has gone back on its word, and decided to throw out the new variant of the ageing games machine to those based in the States.

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