PS3 Weekend Warrior: broken street dates, satisfying games, and throbbing muscles

The PlayStation 3 Weekend Warrior - Image 1It was a big week for the PlayStation 3. A whole bunch of new details for God of War 3 came out, including info on familiar mini games *cough*, and the Warhawk Command Center finally launched on PlayStation Home. LittleBigPlanet is also getting a bunch of new stuff, including a Patapon costume!

Check out what else is new this week in the full article!

Originally posted at Feb 26, 2009 on 11:36AM

The PlayStation 3 Weekend Warrior - Image 1


Originally posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 11:36AM

It was a big week for the PlayStation 3. A whole bunch of new details for God of War 3 came out, including info on familiar mini games *cough*, and the Warhawk Command Center finally launched on PlayStation Home. LittleBigPlanet is also getting a bunch of new stuff, including a Patapon costume!

Here's the biggest PlayStation 3 news this week!

Game News
  • Warhawk Command Center launches in PlayStation Home. Link.
  • Home users in Japan is getting an awesome new Japanese-style lounge called Irem Plaza. Link.
  • LittleBigPlanet update gives us new search options. Link.
  • We're also getting slightly creepy but still cute customizable sackboy toy figures. Link.
  • And for Patapon fans, a Patapon sackboy! Link.
  • Surprise! Or not really? Killzone 2 street date was broken. Link.
  • But sorry fellas, no more weak-ass bots in Killzone 2. Link.
  • Final Fantasy XIII is still on track for its still unspecified release date this 2009. Link.
  • The PS3 is being deprived of Lost Planet 2, and the DLC for Fallout 3. LP2 Link, Fallout Link.
  • New God of War 3 details, complete with throbbing muscles. Link.
  • Heavy Rain will be heavily satisfying, even without DLC. Link.
Industry News
  • Everyone wants a price cut except Sony. Link.
  • SCEE Boss David Reeves isn't sure the PlayStation 3 will live through its supposed 10 year lifespan. Link.
  • Word spread like wildfire that someone decrypted a retail PlayStation 3 HDD. Turns out it was an epic fake, but the homebrew community still learned something out of the experience. Link.
So Reeves isn't sure about the PlayStation 3's 10-year lifespan huh? I imagine sales will really pick up if people actually managed to crack the PS3's secrets - for realz - and opened it up for homebrew. Here's hoping it'll be sometime soon.

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