The is the third home video game console produced by Sony Computer Entertainment and the successor to the PlayStation 2 as part of the PlayStation series. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PlayStation_3]
The latest video from Sony Gamers' Day 08 showing more insight of the game...
I should be able to play with it starting on 22 October 2008 :-)
Here is a rundown of exactly what you can enjoy today by updating your playstation 3 to the latest firmware.
The LittleBigPlanet experience starts with players learning about their characters powers to interact physically with the environment. There are obstacles to explore, bits and pieces to collect and puzzles to solve requiring a combination of brains and collaborative teamwork. As players begin to explore, their creative skills will grow and they will be ready to start creating and modifying their surroundings the first step to sharing them with the whole community. Characters have the power to move anything in this glued and stitched-together landscape; they have the power to design, shape and build both objects and entire locations for others to play. Players can make their world as open or as secretive to explore as they like. When its ready, they can invite anyone within the LittleBigPlanet community to come and explore their patch or can go and explore everybody elses.
The capability to upscale DVDs to HD quality is a feature normally only associated with top range DVD players, and its inclusion in the latest firmware upgrade now allows PS3 owners with an existing DVD collection to dramatically enhance the viewing pleasure of their DVD collection when viewed through a compatible HD TV set1. Not only can DVD movies be enhanced to full 1080p HD quality but so too will PlayStation 2 and PlayStation games be upscaled to provide much improved gaming pleasure.
In a comprehensive update to PS3's already impressive capabilities, Version 1.80 also allows users to enjoy Remote Play on their PSP across the internet, allowing them to access their PS3 anywhere in the world where a broadband internet connection is available2.
Version 1.80 also allows users on a home network to seamlessly view and play rich media content such as images, music and video on their PS3, that is stored on their DLNA3 enabled devices such as PCs and laptops elsewhere in the house, reinforcing PS3's credentials as a home entertainment hub that truly deserves pride of place in the Living Room.
A host of other enhancements include the ability to print photo images stored on PS3's hard disk or inserted storage media to a selection of Epson printers.
PS3 owners will be able to upgrade their PS3 with the latest Version 1.80 firmware from 24th May 2007.
Sony PS3 love linux...
These instructions show you how to install LINUX on a Playstation 3 with the latest firmware.
Downloading a Linux flavor
Download one of these Linux versions:
Sony will deliver a new firmware 2.0 on 23rd march 2007, which will improve PS1 compatibility.
Phil Harisson also present below the new "Home" feature that should come later this year.
I simply love my PS3, so quiet and open to changes...
I have bought a bluetooth Plantronics discovery 655 headsets which simply work. I've choose an expensive models because I want to use it with my cellular as well, but people have reported that even $9 headset are working.
The S.N.F event is simple. On Sunday Night (March. 25th 2007) everyone who wants to participate in the S.N.F event simply turn there PS3 on and start the folding program, could be anytime you want or when you goto bed, you may let the program run as long as you want but would be great if it could atleast last till 7am Monday morning, its all up to you since anything helps. This is to see how much help we (the playstation community) can be for this program and to show them that the feature is being widely used and maybe saving lives in the process.
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