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Enterbrain: Wii sells 9 million in Japan, PS3 sells 4 million

Enterbrain, a Japanese magazine company,  reports that the PS3 has crossed the four million mark in Japan, selling over one million consoles in nine months for a total of 4,020,563. Several analyst believe that sale for the console will …

Modern Warfare 2 ‘Hardened Edition’ will cost $80

Activision and Infinity Ward have officially announce the “Prestige Editon” of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. The “Prestige Edition” was described by Community Manager Robert “fourzerotwo” Bowling as containing  ”fully functioning NVGs — night vision …

Sony patents more motion tech, uses everyday objects

According to a recent patent filed by Sony that Siliconera found, the precious contriollers of today might be gone by tomorrow thanks to the Nintendo’s MotionPlus, Microsoft’s Project Natal and Sony’s motion thing. The patent shows off a PlayStation …

Acti boss - “We might have to stop supporting Sony” next year [Update]

Activision CEO Bobby Kotick is starting to believe that there isn’t enough incentive to release games on the PlayStation 3 or PSP. He told The Times, “I’m getting concerned about Sony; the PlayStation 3 is losing a …

Pachter apologizes for comments about PSP Go’s rip-off price Pachter apologizes for comments about PSP Go’s rip-off price

Michael Pachter has stated he “sincerely” regrets commenting that Sony is ripping off consumers with the PSP Go’s $250 price point. In an interview with IndustryGamers, Pachter takes the opportunity at the end to retract previous statement …

Splinter Cell devs: We’re more immersive than Metal Gear

Splinter Cell: Conviction has no cut scenes. No even one, Metal Gear Solid 4 has a lot. A whole lot. Vg247 put two-and-two together and asked a Splinter Cell: Conviction developer at E3 this week about that particularly glaring difference between the two series.

Microsoft reveals Project Natal, motion camera for Xbox 360

Microsoft’s new motion controller is a camera, that uses object, movement, and voice recognition to deliver a new kind of immersive gaming experience Project Natal, as Microsoft is calling it at their 2009 E3 press conference, is a camera and sensor assembly that recognizes faces, body movements, objects, and even voices in order to integrate the player into the gaming environment.

Sims 3 pirated 180,000 times in four days

According to media measurement group BigChampagne, Sim 3 has been illegally download over 180,000 times between May 18 (the day the game hit the Torrentscape) and May 21.