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Starting Tuesday, September 9, PlayStation users will be able to watch the first episode of the final season of HBO's original show "Boardwalk Empire"...
Sony has announced plans to launch new original TV shows to distribute exclusively through the PlayStation console, in an attempt to expand beyond gaming...
Late yesterday the Mass Effect 3 demo launched on PlayStation Network, allowing PSN members to download the single-player demo.
The US debut of the PlayStation Vita is just a couple of weeks away, and with so-so sales so far in Japan, Sony is sweetening the pot for early adopters with some newly-announced bundle deals. Customers who pre-ordered the 3G version at $350 will get a free PlayStation Network game and 250MB of data from AT&T, along with the previously promised limited edition case, 4GB memory card and copy of Little Deviants.
Sony will release a software update for PlayStation3 (v4.00) that makes the console a content manager, allowing the copying and backup of files from PS3 Vita to the PS3 hard-drive, as well as updating the PS Vita system software via the console's network connection.
If you're looking for a new game to check out id Software's Rage demo is now available on Xbox Live. With plenty of blood, violence and gore Rage takes you into a post-apocalyptic world called the Wasteland. For gamers who get excited about detailed environments, Rage is loaded with texture. According to id Software President Todd Hollenshead, the extensive details in the game are possible because textures are streamed in to avoid being constrained by system memory. If you haven't seen Rage yet here's your chance to get a look. And, those of you with PS3 consoles should be able to download the Rage demo from the PlayStation Network on December 6. Rage carries an MSRP of $59.99 but this Black Friday weekend you'll be able to find it from various retailers for $29.99. Rage is published by Bethesda Softworks and was released for Xbox 360, PS3, and Windows PCs on October 4, 2011.
Sony's Chief Information Security Officer has revealed there have been multiple attempts to access the company's network database, and that possibly 0.1% of Sony accounts may have been affected. The CISO also suggested that data from other companies including paired user IDs and passwords were used in mass to attempt to access Sony's Networks.