A Michigan schoolboy was burned Wednesday morning when his PSP handheld that he was carrying in his pants pocket burst into flames.
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Microsoft has announced that it will be bringing it’s cheaper Xbox 360 Arcade console to Japan, in what appears to be one last ditch effort to capture a sizable share of the Japanese market.
It appears that Sony’s PSP may be slowly gaining ground on Nintendo’s DS handheld, which has had the Japanese handheld market in a firm stranglehold since it’s initial release oh, so many moons ago.
According to the Entertainment and Leisure Software Publisher Association’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit (or ELSPA IPCU, for those of you in the know) manager John Hillier, 90% of American Nintendo DS owners are playing pirated games.
Microsoft’s Vice President of Global Xbox Marketing, Jeff Bell, firmly believes that Microsoft is setting itself to be the console of choice for those Nintendo Wii owners who are ready to graduate to a full gaming experience.
If you haven’t noticed, BLORGE has been out of commission for the past couple of days. Apparently Jonathan knocked his ginger ale on our master control board, and knocked out power to the entire Blorge network. And Luxembourg. Regardless, one of the big stories of the past week was Fox News appalling hatchet job on BioWare’s Mass Effect. Well, on Saturday author Cooper Lawrence recanted on her earlier statements about the game, saying that primetime television has more sexual innuendo than Mass Effect.
Conspiracy theorists would say that Best Buy is clearing up space for a new SKU, but no matter what the reasons ultimately are, Best Buy will stop carrying the 80GB PS3 starting next week.
If you thought the Nintendo Wiiâ€™s success was somehow a fluke and would only be short lived, think again. According to one analyst, weâ€™ve only just seen the beginning of Nintendoâ€™s reign at the top.
The newer, cooler running processors installed in the new Xbox 360s promised to bring about an end to the dreaded Red Ring of Death. If that is true, then why is one insider saying that the Xbox 360s failure rate is still hovering around 10%?