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Sony: GT5 US and Europe dates to be announced “soon”

SCEA’s Jeff Rubenstein just said on the US PS Blog that European and US dates for GT5 will be announced “soon”. The social media manager also confirmed a solid date for the game’s Japanese release as March 31, 2010. It was widely reported this morning that Polyphony’s racer would ship in Japan next March, the […]

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Jeff Rubenstein headlines

  • PlayStation Blog gets redesign

    PSBlog social media manager, Jeff Rubenstein, has announced that the site is to undergo a redesign aimed at keeping as many stories at the top of the page as possible. “As I see it, the main problem with blogs in general is that if it’s not at the top – nobody’s going to read it,” […]

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  • We're still working on 2.40, says SCEA

    Speaking to Loot-Ninja, SCEA’s Jeff Rubenstein has confirmed that work is still ongoing on Firmware 2.40. “We’re still examining the cause of the problem,” he said. “We’ll announce as soon as we are ready to resume the system version update.” Firmware 2.40, the PS3 software that adds in-game XMB and various other anticipated features to […]

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  • Rubenstein: No reported 2.40 problems after successful install

    Replying to users on the US PS blog, SCEA’s Jeff Rubenstein has said that so far, all the complaints the firm has received regarding the now-pulled Firmware 2.40 update have been regarding installation. “We’ve received no reports of hardware issues following a successful install,” he said. Sony took the drastic step of removing 2.40 from […]

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  • Playstation 3 firmware 2.4 video coming tomorrow

    Social media manager for SCEA, Jeff Rubenstein has confirmed that at around midnight Pacific time – 8 a.m. BST – the Playstation Blog will be showing a video of the new PS3 XMB features in action. “Planning 2 videos, 5 or so mins each. One for XMB features and one for Trophies,” replied Rubenstein to […]

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  • Sony working on "addressing needs" for global PS blogs

    Jeff Rubenstein, social media manager for SCEA, has moved to allays concern that America is the only region with a “proper” PlayStation blog. “We know that there are a lot of readers coming here from beyond North America (notably the UK, Oz, Germany, and more). We’re in the process of working out how to make […]

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