Less than a year ago, the guys at Techcrunch broke the news that Google was working on a phone of its own – which was eventually revealed as the Nexus One. This time, the guys from the same website says that sources tells them that Facebook is building a mobile phone, and that the source “has knowledge” of the project. That Facebook is developing the software and is working with a third party developer to build the actual hardware.
Dont you just love adventure games/RPGs with Big Swords and Big guns?
No exact date yet but is coming to Japan this October and to North America sometime later by 2011.
According to the numbers, the PSP is leading the pack in this weeks Japanese sales chart. This is according to the latest figures from Media Create, Sony’s PSP and PlayStation 3 secured the first and second positions, while the combined sales of the DS line up tops the overall platform charts.
This past week, the PSP sales is down by 4,078 units from last week, but still manage to take the lead. Following in second spot is the PS3 with 19,907 units sold with the DSi LL coming in third.
So who the hell is Shaun Himmerick? He’s Mortal Kombat’s executive producer.
Despite the fact that the PSP2 still not officially announced, Mortal Kombat’s executive producer Shaun Himmerick praised it in a recent interview with trade site IndustryGamers, and he sound quite excited and delighted by it:
Here’s your first look at the upcoming PSP game, Final Fantasy: Dissidia Duodecim. A sequel to the highly popular Final Fantasy Dissidia, it is said to include new characters, new maps, BGM, a new battle system and much more. Here’s the video right from the TGS 2010 show floor. Enjoy!
What it does is it lets your PSP access your multimedia files on your PC via USB or through your Wifi Network and it even lets you use your PSP to stream it to your TV! neat huh?
Here are the supported file formats:
This could have been named better, but what can i do? the developer of this named it that way. Maybe has a big gripe against Sony.
What it does is basically it gets your PSP back on PSN — giving you PlayStation Store access and online gaming. Since Sony almost always require you to update to the latest Official Firmware in order to gain access to PSN, this is a good work around for it.