Sony has revealed that between Friday 7th October and Monday 10th October, thousands of PlayStation Network and Sony Online Entertainment accounts were hacked. This news arrives just a few months after the last security breach in which Sony had to fork out millions to fix the PlayStation Network, as well as angering many of it’s customers.
With 250GB being the previous highest spec Xbox, you might think that’s enough space for anyone, but with all of the movies, games and files you can store on the Xbox, it can soon run out. So now, Microsoft have released a new storage device that comes bundled with loads of space and a special download code.
Finally Activision and Infinity Ward has released a 90 second trailer of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3′s campaign. Showing all its anxious waiting gamers some footage for when its released.
Brand new Ice White Nintendo 3DS has now been confirmed and it’s expected to hit british soil within the next few months.
The Sony PlayStation Vita is the device that Sony are hoping will put them back on top, but a Sony spokesperson has recently stated that any files larger than 20MB will not be able to be downloaded over a 3G connection.
FIFA 12 has only just been released, but the price wars have already begun. Asda priced up the eagerly awaited football game at £35.99, but HMV swooped in and definitely stole the show by selling the game for £1.99 when you trade in your old copy of F1 2011.
Sony has confirmed more maintenance on the PlayStation Network this evening. The service will be offline from 5PM to 9PM UK time.
Rumours have it that Mountain Dew and Doritos might be teaming up with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 to bring gamers a some kind of EXP bonus when purchasing their products.
For those of you old enough to remember, I’m certainly not, the old-school Mac game “Glider”, you’re in luck because the developer says he’s ready to jump right back into the gaming industry after a long period working as an Apple Developer.