Sunday, December 26, 2010

From Thrustmaster details of the steering wheel for GT5

Here is the T500 RS ... Thrustmaster has officially introduced the steering wheel fitted with pedals T500 RS, ie one designed exclusively for Gran Turismo 5, which then replaces the previous one made by Logitech. Have been issued the first images for the product as packaged, can be found attached as always in our image gallery for the title at the bottom of the article.

Here are the key details: the weight is 4.6 kg and 7.3 kg for the steering wheel to the pedals, the steering wheel itself has a rotation equal to 1080 ° motorized adjustable thanks to a block, the force feedback is generated by an industrial engine from 65W 150mNm able to develop at 3000 RPM.

Perfect Dark (X360): Perfect Dark at half price for today

As reported by Major Nelson usually, the cheapest day of the catalog of Xbox Live Arcade today sees the protagonist remake of Perfect Dark, Rare's classic originally released for Nintendo 64 and revisited by Microsoft on the tenth anniversary of the publication. At half the cost of 400 points, just for today, you can download on your console one of the most respected shooters in history, partly on the revised plan still graphic and appreciation for the many ideas put into long single-player campaign and multiplayer segment.

The software classifies Japan December 13 to 19

Monster Hunter and Monster in the head and Gundam mobile suits is always on top of the charts show preference for the Japanese public, as evidenced by the recent top ten list compiled by Media Create on the basis of sales in the week between 13 and 19 December 2010 in Japan. Here is the chart in question 01.

3rd Monster Hunter Portable (PSP) - 581.543 02. Gundam Musou 3 (PS3) - 185.908 03. Inazuma Eleven 3: Chousen and no Sekai! The Ogre (DS) - 175.604 04. Donkey Kong Country Returns (Wii) - 152.990 05. Pokemon Black / White (DS) - 115.438 06. Shining Hearts (PSP) - 106.733 07. Pary Wii (Wii) - 92.949 08.

DEAD RED REDEMPTION (PS3): A music video for Red Dead Redemption

Thirties, the Swedish-born Argentinian José González already has two albums and various EP assets but has been working with Rockstar Games to bring to the attention of players: the song "Far Away", the soundtrack of Red Dead Redemption, it was awarded "best song in a video game" at the recent Spike Video Game Awards - which also crowned the latest work by Rockstar San Diego Game of the Year.

GEARS OF WAR 3 (X360) Epic reveals new IP at GDC?

The latest issue of U.S. magazine EGM, as reported by Examiner, contains an interview with Cliff Bleszinski of Epic Games, which begin to emerge the first details on new intellectual property in production at the studios creators of Unreal Tournament and Gears of War. The announcement, it seems, could come as early as the upcoming Game Developers Conference in San Francisco in late February, but nothing is impossible to know at the time about gender and setting of the game, much less on the platforms to which it is directed.

PLAYSTATION PLUS (PS3): Sony: PSN is not yet generating profits

During a recent interview with Reuters, Kaz Hirai - President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment - admitted that the PlayStation Network service is not yet a source of profit for his company, compared to around 36 billion yen ( or $ 430 million) in turnover for the current year. The reason for this of course lies in the fact that the service is free, while Microsoft competitor requires the payment of a monthly fee for Xbox Live (which, in fact, generates substantial revenue for the Redmond).

Braid (PC): $ 1.8 million for Humble Indie Bundle

As expected, the site of Humble Indie Bundle concluded yesterday after a further five days, the sale of the package containing five indie games according to the formula "pay what you want" (ie the price fixed by the same customers), having collected well total $ 1,822,522. A few days ago all those who had paid more than the average (ie more than seven dollars) received a complimentary bundle of last year (containing among others a certain World of Goo) and an invitation to make an additional donation to the developers or two organizations to Child's Play and Electronic Frontier Foundation.

ASSASSIN'S CREED: BROTHERHOOD (PS3): A Strategy for MMOG Assassin's Creed?

As noted by Kotaku, the Massive Swedish studies, have long been owned by publishers Ubisoft have launched a Twitter work for those interested in working on Assassin's Creed - and in collaboration with the studios of Ubisoft Annecy. Since Massive is known to work on a MMORPG (just visit the official website to note it), and that has never abandoned the genre of real-time strategy, it is reasonable to assume that Ubisoft is trying to assemble a massively multiplayer online game with strategy elements Set in the Assassin's Creed.