Playstation 3 game news

  • Gamespot's Game of the Year is ... not available in Australia

    Gamespot's Game of the Year is ... not available in Australia

    After a tough year for lovers of electronic gaming down under, Gamespot in the US has announced its overall Game of the Year, and it wasn't even released in Australia. 8

  • 3D Blu-ray standard outlined, includes PS3

    3D Blu-ray standard outlined, includes PS3

    PlayStation 3 owners will not need a new Blu-ray player to watch 3D films such as Up and Avatar, as the final specifications for 3D Blu-ray are announced. 3

  • Students access HSC results via PlayStation 3

    Students access HSC results via PlayStation 3

    A spokesperson for the Board of Studies confirmed that in the first 24 hours, 33 students had used a PlayStation 3 to access its website to get their HSC marks, while 21 more have used a PSP. 3

  • GT5 demo due 17 Dec, GT Academy open to Aussies

    GT5 demo due 17 Dec, GT Academy open to Aussies

    A single track demo of Gran Turismo 5 will be released on the PlayStation Network on Thursday, 17 December. For the first time, Aussie and Kiwi virtual racers will be eligible for the GT Academy competition that aims to convert a virtual racer into a real-world race champion. 5

  • Sony ramps up PlayStation 3 video content

    Sony ramps up PlayStation 3 video content

    Gamers will be able to download movies to rent or buy directly from their PlayStation 3 within the next few months, Sony Computer Entertainment announced today. 9

  • ABC iView live on PS3

    ABC iView live on PS3

    Less of a "channel" and more of a "bookmark", ABC's iView service went live after months of anticipation on the Sony PlayStation 3 on the weekend. Is this a new area of video-on-demand free of the shackles of Freeview? 1

  • Gran Turismo 5 will cost US$60 million

    Gran Turismo 5 will cost US$60 million

    Polyphony Digital head Kazunori Yamauchi has revealed that next year's sprawling racing simulator will cost nearly three times as much as Killzone 2. 2

  • PlayStation Network cards coming this month

    PlayStation Network cards coming this month

    Sometime later this month, retailer Game will begin selling cards with prepaid PlayStation Network credit. 3

  • Modern Warfare 2 makes players crowd-killing terrorists?

    Modern Warfare 2 makes players crowd-killing terrorists?

    GameSpot has reported that the new game Modern Warfare 2 features a section of gameplay which casts players as terrorists gunning down civilians inside an airport. 32

  • PlayTV ready for Aussie launch?

    PlayTV ready for Aussie launch?

    New patch released by Sony for the UK version of the PS3-based PVR adds in Australian TV support. 14

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