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PlayStation Home is set for a massive revamp which will turn the service into a social gaming hub. The virtual social-networking service was initially launched in 2008.
Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan exec has admitted that the launch of the PlayStation Vita is a critical time for the gaming giant. The Vita’s predecessor, the PSP, is unlikely to be held up as a pinnacle of marketing prowess, and has never reached the heights that its key rival, the Nintendo DS, has managed consistently for years. But, with the PlayStation Vita UK release date likely to be in early 2012 and the Japanese launch set for the end of 2011, Sony is aware that it cannot make the mistakes it made in the underwhelming PS3 launch.
Sony’s PlayStation 3D TV will go on sale in the UK this Autumn with a £499 price tag. The 24 inch set will be bundled with two pairs of PlayStation-branded 3D specs, said to be a cheaper version of its current Active Shutter models, and claimed to work with other manufacturers’ sets.
New specifications have been revealed for the Sony PS Vita and it seems that the handheld has not lost any of its power, despite reports insisting the console’s RAM had been slashed to make it cheaper. According to a new Sony press release this isn’t the case as the specs reveal that it will indeed have 512MB of RAM and some 128MB of VRAM to go alongside this. Feature focus Other features include a screen resolution of 640×480 (VGA) and frame rates will be 60 frames per second
Sony has announced that a new, low-cost PlayStation Portable model will launch in Europe later this year. The new PSP E-1000 will not have Wi-Fi, but will only cost €99 – which equates to about £86, although Sony is yet to confirm a UK price. The announcement was made during Sony’s Gamescon 2011 keynote, which also saw the company reveal a significant PS3 price cut
Sony has announced a significant global price cut for the PlayStation 3 console.
Sony’s PlayStation 3 has overcome an early hiccup to become a powerhouse of a console – but even though it’s still going strong attention has turned to a successor. As well as our extensive PS4 rumours: what you need to know about the PlayStation 4 feature, TechRadar has put together a video wishlist of what it wants to see in the next-gen console
GusGous writes “South African newspaper Beeld reports that the first person known to be arrested for jailbreaking the Playstation 3 was arrested in Parktown, Johannesburg today. This raid was conducted by the South African Police Service’s Commercial Crime Unit, after receiving criminal complaints from the South African Federation Against Copyright Theft (SAFACT).
Sony has announced that it is not going to release the new PlayStation Vita in the UK or the US in time for the Christmas rush, with Kaz Hirai suggesting that it will not arrive until early 2012. Sony’s exec deputy president Hirai confirmed that the PS Vita will not get a Christmas release in Europe or the US, although it will launch in Japan before the end of December
The PlayStation Vita is getting ever closer, with the latest handheld console looking to take on the Nintendo 3DS when it launches later in the year. The original PSP was a decent piece of kit, but with it never really looking like it could battle with the mighty DS, Sony fans will be expecting more from its successor. TechRadar has put together an exclusive video highlighting the things you should be aware of in the PS Vita to go alongside our PS Vita: what you need to know feature.