Take on opponents across the globe while you take a bus across town. Control every movement with the tap of a finger or blow up enemy fighters soaring through your living room. Some of your favorite PS3 brands, and some new titles developed just for PlayStation®Vita let you discover a gaming experience with no limits. The world is in play.
Brand new ways to play
Transform your world. With front and rear cameras, you can turn kitchen counters into a fight ring or office boardrooms into a battlefield. Augmented Reality (AR) technology for PlayStation®Vita brings your physical world into the PlayStation® world.
Interact with the world. Wi-Fi and 3G* capabilities pinpoint the location of nearby opponents, send friends on treasure hunts, and keep the world updated on your rank.
Non-stop action. Literally. Keep the intensity up at home or on the go. With Wi-Fi or 3G connectivity, you can pick up games right where you left off, even from your PS3™ system.
Biggest and best games
PlayStation®Vita transforms the way you experience your favorites titles. Through technologies like the front multitouch screen and the rear multitouch pad, motion-sensors, and augmented reality, PS Vita brings the biggest and best games to life in a whole new way. Coupled with the rich graphics and new social gaming features play your favorite adventures with an all-new spin.
Stunning 5-inch multitouch OLED display with rear touch pad and dual analog sticks
Sleek new form. Modeled after the classic dual-stick control, PlayStation®Vita reinvents gaming experiences with its ultra-slim, pocket-ready form.
Beauty in the details. Experience rich, cinema-like content in this highest definition, compact 5-inch OLED display.
Complete your control. Front multitouch screen and rear touch pad pick up your every motion and put all your fingers to good use.
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AT&T. The nation's fastest mobile broadband network gets you connected. Whether It's gaming, sharing videos and photos with friends, watching a movie, surfing the Web, or listening to the latest music on your cool new wireless device or laptop computer, AT&T is delivering the network to help you meet your ever-growing mobile needs.
Specifications for PlayStation®Vita
ARM® Cortex™-A9 core (4 core)
Approx. 182.0 x 18.6 x 83.5mm (width x height x depth) (tentative, excludes largest projection)
Front touchscreen: 5 inches (16:9), 960 x 544, approx. 16 million colours, OLED multi touch screen, capacitive type.
#26 AsAsIN, pai trebuie sa-ti schimbi firmware, daca te intereseaza unde si cu cat pai PM me.
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#28 by arel (User) (0 mesaje) at 2007-08-26 15:51:37 (590 săptămâni în urmă) - [Link]
Word recently made its way to the QJ offices about an upcoming product called the KickStart from Solar Loyal Technologies. This item is said to allow users to launch homebrew, install custom firmware, or even downgrade a PSP's firmware.
KickStart's package is said to include a "special" battery as well as a memory stick. Rumor has it that the battery included in the product is an earlier leaked version of Pandora's Battery, though this has yet to be confirmed.
For those who haven't heard of Pandora's Battery, it was a collective effort by the Noobz team and C+D which unbricks any PSPs (makes them functional again). The process can be done with a spare battery and the information you can find in this article.
KickStart will be hitting the marketplace soon for an ESRP of US$ 60. Please note, however, that everything this product can reportedly do (i.e. loading homebrews, installing custom firmware, as well as downgrading PSPs) can be done without opening your PSP for free if you're a practicing member of the homebrew scene.
#33 arel, pai despre ce e joaca?adica e dupa chaos theory si pana la double agent?sau cum e ca nu inteleg
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#35 by arel (User) (0 mesaje) at 2007-08-28 23:47:05 (590 săptămâni în urmă) - [Link]
Monster Hunter Freedom 2
April 13, 2007 - After an hour of gameplay, it was clear that I'm a crappy monster hunter. The dragon-like creature called a Rathian leveled me with its tail, I couldn't scale a snowy cliff and my arrows did little to stop the Teostra from running me over at Capcom's Spring Gamer's Day in downtown San Francisco.
Monster Hunter Freedom 2, the sequel to last year's PSP hit, gave the ravenous public three four-player quests to hack though last night with Viking-looking guys packing enormous blades, a bow-hunting femme fatale and more.
I joined three other terrible monster hunters on the "Mountain" quest.
Nice doggy. Maybe I got a Milk-Bone.The level opened at our team's camp in the middle of the wilderness. We loaded up on supplies such as healing potions and exploding barrels and set out into the snowy landscape to find a giant Blangonga -- some sick lovechild of a yeti and a baboon. Armed and confident, the group stomped across the quest's eight-part map, battled moose-looking creatures and ran through ice caverns as we moved closer and closer to the blip on our small map that signified our foe.
He was 15 feet tall if he was an inch, I tell you! Enormous tusks, fur the kind of white that makes you think of the nothingness of death, and dark, deep eyes that meant he'd seen hell and wanted to show us, too.
Many of my guild-mates knew what it was like to be roasted in the belly of a Blangonga that day, my friend. I gave it my best as I hacked and clawed at the beast's limbs, but he just laughed and charged at me. I awoke on a medical cart that dropped me back at our camp. I tried to make it back to the frontlines, but time expired.
We failed. The Blangonga lived.
Just like the original, Monster Hunter Freedom 2 is an RPG to itself. Your character won't level up. Instead, you'll get better gear and a better understanding of how to play as you tackle the more than 350 missions on the UMD and brawl with the more than 700 weapons and 1,400 pieces of armor. Still not impressed? Capcom said Monster Hunter Freedom 2 is twice as big as the original PSP game and will feature downloadable quests through infrastructure mode to keep you busy after the initial batches of missions are done.
Multiplayer quests -- like the handful I bombed last night -- will be ad hoc only. To initiate the quests, you'll enter the guild hall, meet up with your crew and their created characters and head off to battle one of 60 monsters in the game. http://www.torrentsmd.com/details.php?id=137337