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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Vamps Poster Release

MTV has premiered a poster for Vamps, one of my favorite movies of the late 1980's, Amy Heckerling's horror-comedy that reunites the director with her Clueless star Alicia Silverstone. The film follows Stacy (Krysten Ritter) and Goody (Silverstone) who have been living the good "night-life" in New York City as two young, beautiful vampires until love enters the picture and each has to make a choice that will jeopardize their immortality and much more. Sigourney Weaver and Malcolm McDowell co-star. No word yet on an exact release date.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Sony PS3 E3 2011 Live Stream Starts 4:45PT

How will Sony make amends for the now inFamous 4/20 hack debacle? It looks like we have to wait and see what Sony has up their sleeves. What sequels will Sony reveal? Syphon Filter 4? a new God of War? Sly 4? Will there be shock and awe or a loud thud?

Thursday, June 2, 2011

PSN Store up and running "Welcome Back"

Every since April 20th 2011, when Sony pulled the plug on it's PSN service gamers has not been able to access Sony's digital store front. Will great news Sony PSN Store is up and running in North America with a few hiccups.

There is the occasional error message when trying to download content especially Infamous 2.  This could be from the instant influx of gamers out there trying to access the same content all at once. 40 day and 40 nights later and Sony's PSN is finally back up to full functionality are you happy?  I am--now off to try out Infamous 2

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

NanoGeekTechTV: Kinect Modded to Work on PS3

YouTube user shantzg001 has successfully modded his Kinect camera to work with the PlayStation 3, creating a sense of unity between console manufactures Sony and Microsoft.

Kinect Modded for Sony PS3 Video

Rumor Alert: Will Syphon Filter 4 appear at E3 2011?

Apparently a stealth game was accidentally revealed on the, but then taken down. There were apparently discussions of this on the PlayStation Community Forums, but they too were taken down.

According to a post on, the game is going to be a PS3 title and will be out in late 2011. Sony has mention in the past that they 're currently developing 50 3D games for the PS3 platform.  Guess what ladies and gents one of these game is actually hold your breath..........Syphon Filter 4.  To be reveal at this year's E3.

Rumor Alert: Nintendo "Project Cafe" Specs

Are these the leaked specs of Nintendo's next true HD console code name "Project Cafe"?

Saturday, May 28, 2011

NanoGeekTechTV: Happy Feet 2 in 3D - Trailer

The sequel to Warner Bros' hit 2006 animation comedy and one of my favorite movies about the world of dancing and singing Penguins is due out in "November."

Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Sofia Vergara, and Hank Azaria are lending their vocals to the 3D flick, alongside the first film’s stars Robin Williams and Elijah Wood.

The teaser, below, shows the all-singing, all-dancing penguins flapping around to renditions of LL Cool J’s “Mama Said Knock You Out” and Justin Timberlake’s “Sexy Back” - swapped for “fluffy back” in the PG adventure.

Happy Feet 2 3D Trailer

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Kojima Productions to announce "Big Surprise" at Next Month's E3

Kojima Productions has promised surprises as part of Konami’s pre-E3 event next Thursday. Speaking in the studio’s official podcast, host Sean Eyestone mentioned that company has “something special” to announce before the big event in L.A..

“We are going to have a few announcements at E3 and we have some surprises, so be looking forward to that,” he said.

“And we have something special lined-up going on a little bit before E3. So next week, we’re going to have a little special something on June 2.

“Can’t say too much about it, keep your eyes and ears peeled. There’ll be some interesting news coming out of that leading into E3. It’s a Konami event that we’re holding. And, of course, Kojima Productions has a few things in there. But be excited, folks!”

Sony has to make some huge strides to win back it's reputation and fans after the 4/20 debacle.  So I expect Sony to pull no punches this year for E3.

Sony hint's at PS4

Cash being spent on R&D for future console

It's only inevitable someone would spill the beans about's Sony's future console plans. Lucky for us the firm's chief financial officer, Masaru Kato, yesterday explained to investors that "future platform" development was the reason for Sony's spike in R&D costs.

Kato explains that future platforms are on the agenda. "The PS3 still has a product life," he said in an investment meeting, as quoted by Eurogamer. "But this is a platform for the future platform... our development work is already underway, so the R&D costs are incurred there." He said he could not specify which platform he was discussing in regards to these costs. Could this be proof the PlayStation 4 is in development, though Kato could nevertheless be referring to other new technologies, or even Sony's next platform, the NGP.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Sony brings PSN back online with firmware update 3.61

Sony has announced that online matchmaking for the PlayStation Network is back online, and that a mandatory install of a new firmware will be required.

According to the blog post, update 3.61 is mandatory and as soon as you log into PSN, here is what you need to do:

If using a PS3, your password can only be changed on your own PS3 (or a PS3 on which your PSN account was activated), as an added layer of security. If you have never downloaded any content using your account on the system, an email will be sent to the registered sign-in ID (email address) associated with your account when you first attempt to sign-in to PSN. This e-mail will contain a link that will enable you to change your password. In this email, click on the link and follow the instructions to change your password. Once you have changed your password you can sign-in to your account using your new password.

 We strongly recommend that all PSN account holders with PS3s update their systems to prepare for when PlayStation Network is back online. The release of this update is a critical step as we work to make PlayStation Network significantly more secure. Thank you for your continued support and patience.

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