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Metal Gear Solid Dated, Priced For PlayStation Store Metal Gear Solid Dated, Priced For PlayStation Store

Konami has annouce that the original Metal Gear Solid is coming to the PlayStation Store as a “PS one Classic,” playable on the PSP and PlayStation 3. The Hideo Kojima epic will arrive at the PS one Classic premium price of $9.99 USD on June 18th.

PS3 Update to be Release Soon at E3, VidZone Included PS3 Update to be Release Soon at E3, VidZone Included

According to Jake Osuwah, a Sony PR spokemen, a new update for the PS3 will be release soon. Sources speculate that it will likely arrive some time during E3 or a short time after, as VidZone is coming soon. He doesn’t mention if it is a firmware update, or something that will be in a PS Store update.

LittleBigPLanet Getting Web-Based Level Sharing Portal LittleBigPLanet Getting Web-Based Level Sharing Portal

Sharing LittleBigPlanet levels with your friends and strangers will soon be a lot easier, with a web-based portal on the way that will allow players to queue up levels using a handy web link. Media Molecule is hard at work creating a portal that will allow players to share their creations with a custom URL.

Killzone 2 ‘Flash and Thunder’ pack dated June 11 Killzone 2 ‘Flash and Thunder’ pack dated June 11

The second map pack for Killzone 2 has just been announced by Sony. The “Flash and Thunder” pack contains two Killzone 1 level remakes. The remakes are Beach Head, in which you’re tasked with resisting a Helghast invasion force on a coastal stronghold, and The Southern Hills, in which it’s the ISA’s turn to invade a Helghast hilltop compound.

Bethesda confirms Fallout 3 DLC for PS3, two more DLC releases planned for all three platforms Bethesda confirms Fallout 3 DLC for PS3, two more DLC releases planned for all three platforms

Bethesda announced today that the previously exclusive downloadable content for the Xbox 360 version of Fallout 3 will be coming to the PlayStation 3. Bethesda has been working on implementing it for a while and are looking forward to bringing it to PS3 gamers via the PlayStation Network. Operation: Anchorage will be released for PS3 in June, followed by the release of The Pitt and Broken Steel 4-6 weeks apart.

Fight Night Round 4 demo dated, PS3 coming soon

EA has dated the Fight Night Round 4 demo, that means that you can start putting your boxing gloves on. Everyone who pre-ordered the game from GameStop will be able to download the demo on PSN and XBL starting today. Everyone else however will have to wait a bit, June 4th to exact.

Rumored PS Store Content for 05/14/09

Confirmed content for this week is pretty non existent. However what has been confirmed for this week is an exciting offering, mainly due to Zen Pinball. Texas Cheat Em will also pleased the poker fans. Of course there is the weekly Rock Band and Guitar Hero DLC to look forward to. A PSP game is expected this week, as Sony makes more PSP games available as a digital download.

Gran Turismo 5: Prologue has sold 3.3 million Gran Turismo 5: Prologue has sold 3.3 million

According to Polyphony Digital, this “extended demo” of the upcoming racing simulator has now sold more than 3.3 million copies. The demo is available on Blu-ray disc as well as via Playstation Network. However, there is no mention on Polyphony’s page if the sales numbers include downloads from PSN or not. Which potentially means, the numbers could be even higher than 3.3 million.

Sony’s Stringer discusses PlayStation Network’s “open” expansion beyond PS3

The PlayStation Network has come a long way since its inception back in late 2006. At first, it wasn’t a major focal point for Sony in pushing the PS3 forward, but since then things have changed immensely. “We developed brand new, absolutely incredible technology for the PlayStation 3, but the cost was high. We’ve adopted a slightly different approach now, and are evolving the PS3 into a platform for web services,” said Sony Corp. head Howard Stringer, speaking in an interview with Nikkei Electronics Asia.

Battlefield 1943 will cost only $ 15

Each game fanatic who likes online gaming, and shooters Battlefield next month can enjoy the latest offspring of the Battlefield series: Battlefield 1943. The games developed by DICE and published by EA are always a success. This new game is only on the PlayStation Network (PSN) and XBLA and only $ 15. Translated for European markets is that only € 11.20.