Sony shuts down PSP Comic Store after October 30th, leaves most of us in the lurch for now – Engadget
PSP Comic Store, we hardly knew ye. No really, we hardly knew ye -- which is probably why Sony is warning PSP owners that its comic book portal is shutting down after October 30th. Come Hallowe'en, we'll lose the option to download the necessary app or buy additional titles. Any currently owned comics will be available to download again until mid-January, but readers will be on their own to preserve existing libraries after that. Outside of Japan, that creates significant problems for literary PlayStation fans: while PS Vita owners in Sony's home country will get a Manga store and reader in October, there's no equivalent crutch for other countries (or any PSP owners) at this stage. The console maker is non-committal and says there's nothing it can discuss "at the moment," which to us is a hint that we shouldn't plan our reading hours around a PSP or PS Vita in the near future. [Thanks, Sooraj]Filed under: GamingSony shuts down PSP Comic Store after October 30th, leaves most of us in...
30 septembre 2012 à 17h08
FIFA Soccer 13 scores a goal on iOS (pictures) – CNet
FIFA Soccer 13 is as beautiful to look at as it is fun to play. Take a look at some of the action in our slideshow...
29 septembre 2012 à 15h46
Nintendo’s New Wii Has TV Ambitions – Wall Street Journal
Nintendo on Thursday said its Wii U videogame machine—its first new home console in six years—will go on sale in the U.S. Nov. 18, starting $300, and will include features aimed at making the device into a broader entertainment hub for TV viewing. A successful launch of the Wii U is critical for the Japanese company, which is coming off its first annual loss in more than three decades. Nintendo's business model is facing a threat from a technological shift enabling consumers to play games inexpensively on smartphones, tablet computers and other Web-connected electronic devices.
14 septembre 2012 à 9h29
OnLive’s founder leaves company – BBC – Technology News
Steve Perlman, founder of the OnLive cloud video games service, leaves the firm days after it said he would stay on as chief executive.
28 août 2012 à 18h02