Originally Posted by omio
This game is really worst one I have ever seen,
I just put some of them name- hanan sarkar- hanin sakir mohammod asharaul- mahbub asral ............................ ......................
yeah, even some of the famous names are screwed up (e.g. sachin tendulkar = something really weird) but mahbub asral? oh man that's hillarious.
still waiting for the BL '07 release.
Screw the IPL, I'm going to the MLC!
best first person shooter game for pc is HALO .. if u havent played this game.. just download the trial version, u can even play online with trial version, its awesome .. check out the link for free demo download..http://www.microsoft.com/games/pc/halo.aspx
For what it's worth...
Old nintendo fan. Mortal Kombat II, Mario Brothers, Mario Cart. But the best has to be two player Tetris. If any game is an addiction then this is it. In my sleep I use strategize how to kick rear of the opponents and they did them the same.
Bura anggul'er kor porey emon hoisilo jey likthey partam na.
The Weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is an attribute of the Strong." - Ghandi.
Last edited by Tigers_eye; March 16, 2007 at 04:42 PM.
Halo is pretty fun playing with your friends in multiplayer. I love God of War It's challenging + fun + Great Graphics + Great Plot all in one.
12.6 Syed Rasel to Sangakkara, OUT: What a delivery, completely fooled Sangakkara, first five delivery were the outswingers and now, this one comes in sharply, Sangakkara tries to left it and ball hits the off stump, top class bowling!
Full Press Release
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCEI) today announced the unveiling of a first-of-its-kind 3D online user community service for the PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3™) computer entertainment system. The service, known as “Home,” will enable users to create their own avatar and explore a real-time virtual community, as if they are playing a detailed 3D game for PS3. The service will become available globally beginning in fall 2007.
Home will be demonstrated at the Game Developer’s Conference (GDC) in San Francisco, California on March 7 as a key element of SCEI Worldwide Studios’ President Phil Harrison’s keynote presentation titled “Game 3.0: Developing and Creating for the 3rd Age of Videogames.”
Home is a real-time online 3D, networked community available on the PLAYSTATION®Network. It allows PS3 users to interact, communicate, join online games, shop, share private content and even build and show off their own personal spaces to others in real time. Home will be available as a free download from the PLAYSTATION®Store and will launch directly from XMB™ (XrossMediaBar) on PS3.
With an avatar uniquely customized according to each user’s preference, users can explore the 3D community that is Home – a sleek, modern environment featuring spacious common areas; custom spaces dedicated to specific games; and personal apartments. Each user is assigned an apartment in Home where they can invite others to join them as they show off their own style in an area they can personalize themselves with furniture, art and other items – even a different view from their windows. They can also show their personal video, pictures and other digital media content found on their PS3 hard drives in their apartments. Very rich interactive communication with others is achieved through built in text, audio and video chat, along with sophisticated emotional animations for each character.
Sharing continues in the “Hall of Fame,” where users can display new 3D trophies that will be unlocked through in-game milestones for the games they own as well viewing the trophies of other users across the PLAYSTATION Network and for other games they’ve yet to purchase.
“This is a significant step forward in the area of user community services and emergent entertainment experiences,” said Izumi Kawanishi, Corporate Executive and CTO Software, SCEI. “While the 3D graphics demonstrate the power of PS3 and the PLAYSTATION Network, the most impressive feature in Home is the variety of ways in which multiple consumers, as well as our third-party partners, can experience the next generation of communication by interacting and sharing among each other. I feel strongly that this unique blend of community, user-generated content, collaboration and commerce will expand the future of computer entertainment.”
Home will go into a closed beta test this spring with a full launch targeted for later this year. By having a broad range of business partners participate in Home – from 3rd party publishers and developers to brands outside traditional gaming categories - along with a powerful selection of upcoming game software titles for PS3, SCEI will continue to expand the horizons of networked entertainment and vigorously promote PS3 as the next generation computer entertainment platform.
Impending death of XBL and Mii? I sure think so.
Also check out this damn cute, fun, and innovative game called Little Big Planet:
Looks like Sony is catching up fast. Europe launch only weeks away and major titles are on the way. It's only a matter of time PS3 gives 360/Wii the boot and takes its rightful place at the top.
The awesome power of Sony’s ‘Cell Broadband Engine’ is being put to use to save the world – or at least save humans affected by cancers, cystic fibrosis, Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s disease – could it be the first time a console has been used to do genuine good?
The PS3’s Cell chip, officially entitled the ‘Cell Broadband Engine’, has an awesome amount of power, and when connected to the Internet, can have some of that power used to solve some of our most compelling and pressing medical problems. Read more>>
February's NPD hardware figures continue to show Nintendo's Wii selling well ahead of the other Gen Now consoles, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. In February, Nintendo's $249.99 Wii sold 335k units according to the NPD group. Microsoft's Xbox 360 sold 228k units at roughly $389 per system sold across the two SKUs. Sony's PlayStation 3 sold 127k units at roughly $598 per system sold.
Mostly play 1st person shooting and sports game
Got 3 consoles.
Xbox 360 - Fav games: Perfect Dark Zero, Gears of War, G.R.A.W, NHL 07
PS2 - Call of Duty 2, Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, Resident Evil 4
N64 - GoldenEye 007 and Perfect Dark
Not a big fan of portable gaming (ie PSP)
I like an escalator, man, 'cause an escalator can never break. It can only become stairs. There would never be an "Escalator Temporarily Out of Order" sign, only "Escalator Temporarily Stairs. Sorry for the Convenience."
PS3’s European Launch to Reignite the Battle of Gaming Consoles?
In total, Microsoft has sold 5.1 million of its consoles, while both Nintendo and Sony have yet to reach the 2-million mark for either of their gaming machines.
The markets Sony is ready to be launched on March 23 are vast enough to absorb the millions of Play Station 3 consoles, provided Sony doesn’t face production difficulties once more.
Also, European gamers may have another reason to buy a PS3. At GDC 2007, Sony has announced a customizable, networked community service for the console, in which users will be able to navigate in 3D while being represented by avatars. It is the first practical step of a new gaming concept Sony calls Game 3.0, together with LittleBigPlanet, a community-based game where users play, create and share what they build.
Sony's 'Home' for PS3 users appears to be a mix of SecondLife and Nintendo's Mii. However, the avatars don't look like cartoon figures. They are very customizable and designed to look like real life humans. Fortunately, you get some free clothes when you start out, so your avatar doesn't have to run around naked. If you want to be more chic, just buy a few clothes online. Players can communicate via voice, text chat (supported by a USB keyboard or a virtual keyboard) and through canned speech and gesture. The environment looks like a luxury resort.
The first (closed) beta testing phase will take place from April to August, and will host around 15,000 users. The next (open) beta will allow for some 50,000 users, and will continue from August until October - when the Home service is planned to go live.
As you can see, Sony has every chance of regaining its lost position as long as the European launch proceeds well. If it doesn’t…the battle of the consoles could very well be a battle between Microsoft and Nintendo.
Lately Virtual Reality/3D game control devices have been all the rage. Wii Remote or various VR gloves come to mind.
But while Wii Remote is good at tracking your 3D hand movements, basically that’s it. VR Gloves can capture a wider array of control gestures, but they are very inconvenient to use. Just think of putting them on and off everytime you want to play a game.
What if you could have a device that is as easy to use as Wii Remote, but could capture all you palm, finger and hand movements? Wouldn’t it be cool?
Sony thinks so too and may soon have a 3D PS3 game controller to prove it. At least that’s what their patent application for “Hand-held computer interactive device” describes:
This 3D game controller is designed to be held in your hands, is able to capture all your palm and finger movements and transmit them as commands to your PS3 or Vaio PC. You can pick up and manipulate various objects on screen just by squeezing and relaxing your fingers.
The device is even able to give you a tactile feedback. That is, you will be able to “feel” when you pick up or press something on the screen.
Add to it a few gyroscopes and 3D hand motion detection technology described in previous Sony patents and they may have a perfect 3D game controller for your PS3 soon.
i think the reason ps3 is so expensive and high tech because this might be the only console from sony in the next ten years.they might come out with a psp2. they want ps3 to be there for a long time.
i think the next gen from nintendo after wii will come out in 5-6 years. couple of gameboys and ds versions in the mean time.
and xbox360 is probably here for 7-8 years.
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