According to Criterion’s site, the developer’s got 1080i support working in the PS3 version of Burnout Paradise, allowing people that own a 1080i TV that doesn’t support 720p to run the game in HD as opposed to SD. The feature is to be included in the next patch, 1.3 or “Cagney” as it’s called by the studio. More through the link.
After watching this fan-made video for Midnight Club, we really want Rockstar, get started on another one.
Splatoon 2 players are being handed a new weapon.
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Criterion’s confirmed that update 1.2, codenamed Bogart, has been made available for the 360 version of Burnout Paradise. There’s a full list of changes here. The developer’s also announced that the PS3 version of the smash racer will include custom soundtracks in the following patch, codenamed Cagney. See here. Cagney’s got no date at the […]
Sony’s patching Warhawk to v1.3 today, according to this, a an unspecified time up to 4pm. The update adds some pretty specific gameplay features, such as a “Bio-Field Emitter”, which “creates a zone of healing for allies and a zone of damage for enemies”, and a “Mechanic Field Wrench that can be used to repair […]
Sony’s senior development manager, Simon Benson, told attendees during his 3D demo at Develop this week the guidelines for 3D gaming on PS3 limit the display resolution at 720p.
Atari’s released a patch for the PS3 version of Ghostbusters which it claims provides “an increase in resolution to match that of Xbox 360 and some freeze issues, along with numerous other localization fixes.” The 360 version runs at 720p, for the record. Does the update do what it’s supposed to do? We have a […]