It's been a long time since my last post! The other night I preordered a PlayStation 4!
22 August 2013
28 January 2012
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15 January 2012
Posted by Killed-Bill
PS3 Labels: modern warfare 3
18 June 2011
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 - Official Gameplay Trailer! Funny how trailers always kick 'major' ass! The World is under Siege. This is War! Go shoot some in the next eagerly anticipated military shooter from Activision/Infinity Ward.
8 June 2011
Modern Warfare 3 (MW3) launches on all platforms on 8th November 2011.
Gun firing, rocket propelling, shrapnel wounding, death defying combat kill-streaks returns once again with the world's greatest first-person shooter video game Modern Warfare series. Developed by Infinity Ward with assistance from Sledgehammer Games and Raven Software it is the third installment in the Modern Warfare series.
To celebrate the imminent launch of Modern Warfare 3 I will be posting blogs about Modern Warfare 3 so be sure to follow this blog for updates on Modern Warfare 3 before it is launched on 8th November 2011.
Posted by Killed-Bill
PS3 Labels: modern warfare 3
23 April 2011
I want to write about games. Hacking was never on the agenda. But, the uninspiring message: 'PSN is undergoing maintenance' displayed each time I try and use an online feature is starting to... well you know!
Last night Sony confessed that an 'external intrusion' caused the company to take-down the PlayStation Network and also Sony's Qrioshity service in an effort "to verify the smooth and secure operation of our network services going forward".
Sony are not sharing any other information nor are they providing a time scale as to when gamers will be able to resume playing online not to mention the ability to download exciting demos like Infamous 2 Beta and Blockbuster movies!
Sounds like an 'Anonymous' user either related to the Anonymous group or otherwise has slipped in through the backdoor and has been busy setting up several payloads.
Sony had better do a very good job of cleaning this mess up, else things could get a lot worse. I do not need to mention in great detail that if you have ever used your credit card to purchase a game or movie, your credit card details are stored online (albeit encrypted). These may have already fallen into the wrong hands. Cah-ching!
Today, Saturday April 23rd, 2011 the UK PlayStation 3 site remains offline along with the European PlayStation store. The entire PlayStation online gaming service (PSN) is still down too. Boo!
This is a major inconvenience for all. However...
Anonymous have more razor sharp points than a set of Gordon Ramsay's knives.
It all started when Anonymous kindly promised Sony,
"You have now received the undivided attention of Anonymous. Your recent legal action against our fellow hackers, GeoHot and Graf_Chokolo, has not alarmed us, it has been deemed wholly unforgivable.
Now you will experience the wrath of Anonymous.
You saw a hornets’ nest, and stuck your penises in it.
You must face the consequences of your actions.
BIG WORDS! Words so big, they have taken Sony off-line since Wednesday 20th April 2011. In financial terms especially with the UK holidays this may have lost Sony hundreds of thousands if not millions.
Both GeoHot and Graf_Chokolo are geniuses! I am not going to go in to what these guys achieved, your best bet is to head over to wikipedia for George Hotz and PS3hax.net where GeoHot talks about Graf Chokolo for further information as their sites are just shells of a yesteryear explaining that their efforts for the good of all mankind have had to cease as Sony threw its solid 24K gold legal fists around in true rocky fashion.
However, interestingly enough, Anonymous stated "PSN Outage April 22 - For Once We Didn't Do It!"
They go on to say,
"While it could be the case that other 'Anons' have acted by themselves AnonOps was not related to this incident and does not take responsibility for whatever has happened. A more likely explanation is that Sony is taking advantage of Anonymous' previous ill-will towards the company to distract users from the fact that the outage is actually an internal problem with the company's servers."
You can keep up to date with 'Anonymous' here unless their server becomes subject of a DoS attack.
If Anonymous admitted that they were behind the latest PSN outage, their efforts are unlikely to be supported by the majority of gamers. To me sounds like a double-bluff. I think Anonymous are behind this attack and their message is being heard loud and clear regardless of whether they publicly acknowledge their involvement.
On a closing note, I know how upset many gamers will be, but let us not get too angry with Anonymous' actions. Their actions are well considered and serve a genuine purpose. Sony's stance on who owns what affects all of us both in the short term and long term. If we buy a product we should be entitled to use it as we see fit. Currently even though we have shelled out hundreds of pounds, Sony only want us to 'rent' the technology.
A modded platform does not lead all gamers down the road of piracy and even if someone were tempted that priacy never killed the PS1 or PS2. It also goes without saying that innovation only leads to greater advancements.
Don't punish your consumers Sony in an effort to control everything.
For those readers who want to know what all this about, tune in here.
30 November 2010
I was excited to see a PlayTV Premium Upgrade on the PlayStation Network.
Then I remembered I hadn't actually used PlayTV.com for a long time, well ever since I lost my Play TV disc. I have since watched TV via the integrated BBC iPlayer, I've no idea what's going on all the other channels!
After having shelled out about £60.00 for the hardware, I couldn't justify purchasing it again just to get the software - that would be complete madness.
Having researched online, it would seem that a lot of other Play TV users are experiencing the same problem. Some very nice folks are willing to lend their disk, nice offer indeed, but it's only a temporary solution to a permanent problem.
There are two things that need to happen here:
- Sony need to create a new 'Software' section on the PlayStation Network that enables users to download the most recent version of any installation software. There are two benefits to this;
i) Users that misplace their hardware installation disc aren't locked out
ii) Users that have their disc but have (for example) done a fresh install, rather than installing the disc and then patching the application they simply download the most recent version! Simple, quick and erm, modern!
- Alternatively the manufacturers need to provide the software on their site where users can download the software, load the file(s) on to USB and then transfer to their PS3
Meanwhile folks that have either lost or even damaged their Play TV installation disc can choose to:
- Borrow a buddies
- Search online to find someone trusting and willing enough to share their precious copy with you
- Have a look on Amazon, eBay or CEX to find second hand copies of the disc.
I'm sure the above breaks PlayTVs license terms and conditions, but what's a gamer to do when they need to change gears and opt for some quality 'TV Time'?!
Have you lost your PlayTV disc? Let me know what you're going to do about it!